Art In America

Rubens Ghenov

Rubens Ghenov’s paintings employ an abstract visual language of controlled spills, color-gradient shapes, and slender lines to conjure the displays of books, objets d’art, and pictures typically found on bookcases in the offices and homes of...

The Big Picture

It's not easy to convey humor through the modernist grid, but Rochelle Feinstein finds the format—along with painted texts, stock photographs, and videos—surprisingly congenial for satirizing the art world and her personal life.

Carrie Moyer

Mythical sirens lure listeners to their enslavement and eventual death with songs of irresistible beauty. As the title of a recent solo show by Carrie Moyer, an artist with queer activist roots, “Sirens” suggested the threat lurking behind beauty,...

John Walker

There aren’t many painters making abstractions as convincing as John Walker’s. 

Angela Dufresne

With a euphoric whoop and enough painterly smarts and braggadocio to take on all comers, Angela Dufresne once again entered into the fray of high-end painting, an arena currently preoccupied with rich bad-boy artists and intellectual abstractionists...

Michael Berryhill

Michael Berryhill has a most delicious way with paint. In "Beggars Blanket," the second solo show at Kansas by the Brooklyn-based artist, Berryhill brought a heightened sense of color and tactility to his intimate consideration of life in the studio

Maria Lassnig, 1919-2014

Painter Maria Lassnig has died in Vienna at age 94. A representative of Hauser & Wirth gallery in New York has confirmed her passing.

Zachary Keeting

From a distance, the eight paintings in Zachary Keeting's recent show looked like collages; up close, they revealed themselves to be layered acrylics.

Dennis Congdon

Rome is a city that can morph from ancient to modern at the turn of a corner. There, the physical sediments of human history commingle in such a way that old and new are often inseparable. 

Sensibility of the Times Revisited

In these pages 45 years ago, Irving Sandler and Barbara Rose polled artists on the temperament of the 1960s. A duplicate questionnaire today elicits very different responses.

A Restless Spirit

Louise Fishman reframes the conventions of gestural painting in three career-spanning exhibitions this fall. 

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

With an ever-growing number of galleries scattered around New York, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? Here at A.i.A., we are always on the hunt for clever, memorable shows that stand out in a crowded field. Every Thursday, we'll post...

The Deconstructive Impulse

“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure Signs ofPower, 1973-1991,” organized by Helaine Posner and NancyPrincenthal for the Neuberger Museum, is a highly entertainingand groundbreaking exhibition that should ...

Lawler, Wearing Put Women on Top at Gallery Week

An ambitious exhibition that opened Friday night in Harris Lieberman's cavernous temporary space at 508 W. 26th Street in Chelsea is titled, in a pointedly innocuous way, "A Painting Show." Works by 35 artists hang cheek by jowl, and though nothing...

Programming Shake-Up at fordPROJECT

The recently launched art space fordPROJECT, located in a duplex penthouse on 57th Street in New York, has been ruffling art-world feathers, with two consecutive projects canceled, for disputed reasons. The gallery was the brainchild of Guerman Aliev,...

Roving Eye: Dan Cameron's Week in Review

Sometimes art is most meaningful when you least expect. If you'd told me a month ago that the most engaging encounters I would soon have with art would be connected to institutions of higher learning, I might have just rolled my eyes.Yet a few days...

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