Art In America

What's Being Hidden?

"Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture" currently on view (in part) at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., has been called "Virulent," "vile," "strident," "decadent," by Mr. William Donohue, spokesperson for The...

Joan Snyder

In her third show at Betty Cunningham gallery, Joan Snyder, painter of anxiety and disquiet, presents a mellower side. "A Year in the Painting Life," the exhibition title, emphasizes autobiographical threads in her work. As a committed feminist Snyder...

Jocelyn Hobbie

"Entre Nous" is Jocelyn Hobbie's first solo exhibition in New York in four years; preceding and overlapping Halloween, it's an appropriate prelude to traditions, high art and folk, of the grotesque. The artist's hyper-realistic, lushly-executed style...

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