Marianna Olinger Interviews Keren Moscovitch

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In this interview, Marianna Olinger sits down with artist Keren Moscovitch. The two discuss the nature of sexuality and spirituality in Moscovitch’s work. Using photography, video and her own personal life as a medium, Moscovitch attempts to explore her own definitions of intimacy.

Marianna Olinger:        You often describe your work as being about connection, intimacy, sexuality and taboo. How did that emerge?

Keren Moscovitch:     I was in a fairly traditional … Continue reading »

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Lost for Words by Matthew Rose in Paris

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To Leo, A Tribute – Sideshow Galley

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by Paul Corio

Matthew Deleget, Shuffle (for Felix Pupi Legarreta), acrylic on MDF 18×18 inches 2010

The big story in the New York art world for well over a year now is the broad reemergence of abstract painting.  After nearly fifty years of adamant declarations of its death, its self-indulgence, its inaccessibility, its inadequacy in the face of political injustice, plus a laundry list of other indictments articulating its lack … Continue reading »

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Books for Fall 2014

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Noah Becker – Oil Paintings

Noah Becker, born in 1970, is a Canadian artist and publisher who lives and works in New York City.… Continue reading »

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BAWDY BY NATURE — GEORGE SCHNEEMAN’S FAMILY STYLE SOLIPSISM

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by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

George Schneeman. Zig Zag Jag. January 22, 1986. Collage; 5 1/4″ diameter. Image courtesy of Pavel Zabouk Gallery

George Schneeman (1934 – 2009) added vivacity and zeal to a fizzing atmosphere. In scores of his artworks, he collaborated with a stellar group known as the Second Generation of New York School poets. He was also considered by many to be a master collagist.… Continue reading »

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Paging Yolanda

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by Eric Sutphin

“PAGING YOLANDA” Johannes Vogt Gallery June 18 – July 17, 2014 LUIS MIGUEL BENDAÑA – HARRY FINKELSTEIN – DONNA HUANCA – BRIAN KOKOSKA – JAMES O. CLARK – JASPER SPICERO – ELIZABETH JAEGER

Spry, colorful and  at times little sinister, “Paging Yolanda”, the summer group show at Johannes Vogt Gallery, was filled with work that straddled the line between irreverence and rigor. The exhibition took shape through … Continue reading »

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Lauren Luloff

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by Kendra Jayne Patrick

For as long as she can remember, Lauren Luloff has been trying to make a good, beautiful painting, and by many accounts she has succeeded. New York Times reviewer Roberta Smith reported being “knocked out” by a recent one at her Show Room show earlier this year; upon learning that I recently sat down with Luloff, Gallerist Editor Andrew Russeth remarked that she was “fantastic…a real … Continue reading »

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