Finding her subject matter in ordinary, everyday encounters, Levinthal hints at a subject’s interiority and to the way strangers are separated from each other.
Is the earth a necropolis in which the survivors live among the dead and their sarcophagi, which includes museums, pyramids, and monuments of all kinds?
Emily Pettigrew and Aubrey Levinthal are two painters who have much in common, but their differences run deeper and are more telling.
What distinguishes Levinthal from her contemporaries is her ability to evoke a melancholic state that has been heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monya Rowe started her space not with a degree in curating or art history but by selling her eggs to a fertility clinic and through experience in gallery settings.
The characters of novels often know things the reader doesn’t.