Archive for March, 2009



Andreas Fischer at Hudson Franklin, February 26-April 11, 2009. (sorry, that link is as close as I can get. you’ve still got to click a couple of times to get to the Fischer page.)


And some other NY shows:



Seems to me that the relationship between material, technique, form and content gets more complicated with every batch of these.  Seems like folks who mostly focus on her technique and subject matter have decided to hate on this exhibit, but I think it looks like her best work so far.  Older Yuskavage paintings had a kitschy thrift store painting sensuality.  It always just seemed too easy to conjure up to me.  These are actually uncomfortable, and that unease seems embodied by the paint as well as in the image.
I’m going to bet on a round of backlash for Dana Schutz as well.  Her new exhibit Missing Pictures is at Zach Feuer Gallery, March 13-April 25, 2009.

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Tom Gregg’s Seven Lemons, 2008.  Tom Gregg  at George Billis Gallery in NYC, March 3-March 28, 2009.

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