“Ordinarily, I feel a sense of solidarity in isolation with other artists. I feel it even more during our enforced isolation.”
Caroline Wells Chandler
Painting Isn’t Dead! It’s Just Slow
Quicktime takes its cue from Raphael Rubinstein’s “Provisional Painting,” published in the May 2009 issue of Art in America. In the essay, Rubinstein discusses a handful of artists who seem to “turn away from ‘strong’ painting” in favor of works “that look casual, dashed-off, tentative, unfinished or self-cancelling.”
Digging into the History of Cake at Mrs. Gallery
Learn about the history of this many-layered dessert — and pick up a freshly baked cake art zine — on March 19 at the Maspeth, Queens gallery.
NADA New York Gets Nasty
NADA New York, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s (NADA) hometown art fair, has a reputation for showing a certain type of clinical, vaguely cynical, and aggressively cool contemporary art.
Spring/Break, a Sprawling Alternative Art Fair that Delivers
On Tuesday, at the preview of the Spring/Break Art Show, a writer I know told me she’d been sent there on an assignment to cover the “little” fairs surrounding the Armory Show.
Crocheting a Queer Vision of Art History
PHILADELPHIA — Just as you’re rounding the corner, lamenting the fact that you must, in fact, climb another set of stairs, a smiling face greets you.