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Lui Shtini’s Enigmatic Paintings

by John Yau on May 1, 2016

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I imagine that Lui Shtini has a growing group of admirers – many of them painters – just as Myron Stout, Christina Ramberg, Barbara Rossi, and Thomas Nozkowski did before him.

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Post image for Flesh and Bones: Philip Guston’s “Thingness”

The idea of an abrupt transition between the abstract work and the late figuration has become so ingrained in the narrative of Guston’s career that a view suggesting a more gradual evolution might meet with resistance.

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Post image for The Poetic Verse of Our Collective Google Queries

Type a search into Google and the most popular terms start auto-populating below, suggesting the collective desires, queries, and curiosities of internet users.

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Post image for Paintings that Sensuously Shift in Tone and Texture

Nathlie Provosty’s current exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, (the third ear), is a study in the emotional, sensuous (and sensual) potential of tightly bound, minutely considered, rigorously constructed abstraction.

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The Rebellious Spirit of Paint

by Seph Rodney on April 28, 2016

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The Christopher Stout gallery opened in Bushwick in 2015 with, in their own words, a program of showing work that engages with current discourses on feminist, queer, anti-establishment, mystic, and provocatively sexual art pro

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The Poetics of Torn Posters

by Joseph Nechvatal on April 27, 2016

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PARIS — Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois has launched a chic additional space wth a historical show of Jacques Villeglé and Raymond Hains’s abstract, 35mm animated film “Pénélope” (1953).

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Post image for Grafting Puerto Rican Architecture onto the Lower East Side

Edra Soto attempts architectural transplants the way a doctor might replace skin, seeing if an unfamiliar addition will take.

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Post image for How Serge Poliakoff Predicted 60 Years of Painting

Deep inside every great painting is the question of what it means to paint.

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Post image for A Cassette-Based Symphony that Erodes with Time

WASHINGTON, DC — For the past several weeks, Transformer Gallery has played host to a dissonant symphony.

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Post image for Paintings Playfully Distilled from 18th-Century European Portraiture

Currently on view in the project room at ART 3 in Bushwick are a half-dozen canvases by Deborah Brown, consisting of figures, some based literally, others emblematically, on the portrait styles of various historical periods.

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