In Larry Groff’s recent paintings, visions of contemporary reality give way to surprising optimism.
Avital Burg’s compelling paintings are a product of the convergence of attentiveness to the thing seen and the materiality of the paint itself.
Painters’ Table readers are invited to an exhibition of my new paintings at the Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York.
Although resolutely abstract, Julian Hatton’s new paintings deliver the full, immersive effect of the landscape.
Discovering tiny shows like these in the midst of the broader spectacle leaves the art fair visitor with a hopeful feeling.
One common thread that runs through all of Robinson’s work is a complex psychology – a tension and a depth of feeling that results from intense and perceptive observation.
Painters’ Table readers are invited to an artist talk at the New York Studio School.
Tom Burckhardt, Clare Grill, and Sangram Majumdar discuss their painting process and its relation to image-making.
Artist Helen O’Leary discusses her artistic background and the origins of her current body of work.
A conversation around alternative career strategies (including blogs) open to artists today, including those who live outside major art centers.
For the inaugural show at Damian Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery, the artist has curated a show of paintings by the late John Hoyland.
Pat Steir discusses her work while painting in her Vermont studio.
Painters’ Table readers are invited to an exhibition of recent paintings at the Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York.
Whitney’s abstractions remind us of the sumptuousness that surrounds us, then propel us back out into the world to see it for ourselves.
An exhibition of early works by Pat Passlof tells the story of a talented, audacious painter coming of age during a legendary decade of New York painting.
Katherine Bradford discusses her recent “shelf” paintings on view at Arts+Leisure, New York.
John Walker’s recent paintings, on view at Alexandre Gallery, continue to revitalize abstraction through intense, prolonged immersion in nature.
Joanne Greenbaum, Philip Taaffe, and Stanley Whitney discuss themes of authenticity and painting as a worthy, and a necessarily lifelong pursuit.