Art In America

Richard Kalina

Experience pays off—again—in Richard Kalina's 23rd solo exhibition, his 10th at this gallery. The paintings and watercolors are energized by scattered dots, some of them vaguely targetlike, connected by lines that deftly subdivide the pictorial field....

High Style, Clear Form, Sharp Edge

Embracing myriad forms of experimental art and criticism in the 1970s and ’80s, Scott Burton brought a precise yet idiosyncratic intelligence to every project he undertook.

The Master of Aix

PAUL CÉZANNE (1839-1906), the subject of Alex Danchev’s sympathetic, well-researched biography Cézanne: A Life, was the quintessential artist’s artist.

Pier Paolo Calzolari

Pier Paolo Calzolari’s first solo show in New York since 1988, titled “When the dreamer dies, what happens to the dream?,” displayed works ranging from 1967 to 2012 in the temporarily conjoined Marianne Boesky and Pace Gallery spaces in...

Richard Kalina

Richard Kalina's recent paintings are systematic yet intuitive, summoning-despite their rigorous abstraction-the optical play of color and light in Seurat's work. This handsome exhibition, Kalina's ninth at the gallery since 1993, included six...

Roy Lichtenstein

In February 1969, at the invitation of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Roy Lichtenstein spent two weeks at Universal Studios participating in the museum's Art and Technology program. Although Lichtenstein had planned on producing 15...

Jan Schoonhoven

Jan Schoonhoven’s drawing exhibition at Peter Freeman was the artist’s first solo show in the United States since 1999. A cofounder in 1960 of Nul—the Dutch complement to the German Zero Group—Schoonhoven (1914-1994) played an important role in the...

Leo Castelli

Leo Castelli (1907-1999) was famously charming and famously hard to really know. Arguably one of the three most influential 20th-century U.S. dealers (Alfred Stieglitz and Sidney Janis are the other two), he brought a European elegance and grace to a...

African American Abstract Masters

This show of 10 African-American abstract painters—Betty Blayton, Frank Bowling, Ed Clark, Herbert Gentry, Bill Hutson, Sam Middleton, Joe Overstreet, Thomas Sills, Merton Simpson and Frank Wimberley—highlights the work of a group of underknown...

Robert Morris

Robert Morris has re-created one of the key works of Post-Minimalism, Untitled (Scatter Piece), 1968-69, at Leo Castelli Gallery on 77th Street. First exhibited along with Continuous Project Altered Daily at the Castelli Warehouse on West 108th ...

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