William Powhida, “An Incomplete and Biased Guide to Some Critics” (2011) (click to enlarge)

For tonight’s Triangle Arts Association benefit at Beacon restaurant in midtown Manhattan, artist William Powhida submitted this wry drawing of his thoughts about some of the city’s art critics.

At an event devoted to critics discussing artists and their work, Powhida found a way to turn the tables and tell us what he thinks about art critics themselves.

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5 replies on “William Powhida Opines About New York Art Critics”

  1. Where’s the part where he bashes them all and criticizes them for cashing in on the art world more so than up and coming artists?
    Oh, right… he’s expecting a review.

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