Manet, though older by only two years, is positioned as the wiser, more formidable painter.
This spring and summer, New York City’s art scene clearly began to recover its energy—and audiences—after a full year of Covid-19 shutdowns and restrictions. The situation may not be back to “normal,” but each gallery and museum I visited managed to project some credible version of normalcy. Artists helped provide art audiences with some hopeful […]
I was fortunate to visit Judy Pfaff in her studio recently to discuss her exhibition, ar.chae.ol.o.gy, which is currently on view at the Pamela Salisbury Gallery in Hudson, New York, through July 25. The exhibition features an elaborate installation spanning three floors of the gallery’s historic “Carriage House,” as well as an alcove featuring […]
1. Tracey Emin at Galeria Lorcan O’Neill In this particular moment of apprehension and anxiety in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, the tumbling financial markets, and against the backdrop of climate change, not to mention the tension-fraught U.S. presidential election, Tracey Emin examines “how it feels.” Her beacon-like pink cursive neon sculpture hung high […]