Ying Li’s recent paintings, on view at the College of Staten Island, fuse natural phenomena and the act of painting.
Geoffrey Dorfman discusses the life and work of painter Milton Resnick.
Braque’s “second career” may, in retrospect, constitute his greater legacy.
Cezanne himself was right in maintaining, “We are all derived from Pissarro.”
Jon Imber’s current paintings are born of a similar allegiance to the one standard every artist of quality must follow, freedom.
The general neglect of de Staël is a missed opportunity for American painters.
The graphic monumentality of Al Held’s Alphabet Paintings comes from vigorously painted architectonic arrangements of letterforms painted on near-mural scale canvases.
A short film by Bill Haynes documents painter Nick Miller’s mobile studio.
An exhibition that showcases a number of Jan Müller’s mature, large-scale paintings is a welcome, if short lived, opportunity to see his monumental Abstract Expressionist allegories.
A selection of Clyfford Still’s 1,500 drawings reflect a practice of lifelong visual inquiry and show drawing to be an important, perhaps crucial, tool in Still’s dramatic evolution from regional artist to icon of the New York School.
“Gabriel Laderman on Art,” represents the best of what blogging can be – personal, thoughtful reflections and opinions based in real experience.