Derrick Adams shows how the nature of an urban environment, like New York City, is found in its inhabitants.
Jeff Sonhouse’s exhibition at Tilton Gallery is visually rewarding and acutely intelligent.
Ed Clark’s approach is simple and straightforward, and he has not altered it much over the years. I don’t think he needs to.
Tomashi Jackson found that the language Josef Albers used to describe color perception mirrored the language of racialized segregation.
David Hammons’ thoughtful curation of the exhibition, ‘Ed Clark: Big Bang’, currently at the Tilton Gallery helps establish a much needed context for an important artist of the New York School, who, now in his late 80s, continues to make boldly exuberant paintings.
After Gagosian collected Bob Dylan into his roster of artist for an underwhelming exhibition in his Upper East Side gallery, it’s hard to take these celebrity-turned-artists seriously.