Posts Tagged ‘painting’

MIXED MEDIUM: MATT TIERNEY

By Conor Riley My friend Matt lives in a studio with high ceilings and tons of light right off the Graham L train in Williamsburg. Anyone who lives in Brooklyn knows that this find is […]

OFF THE WALL: JASPER JOHNS ‘REGRETS’

“Dead ends and fresh starts.” That’s the ethos behind Jasper Johns’ latest body of work Regrets, which was inspired by an old photograph of Lucien Freud holding his head in his hands. Basing these works on the […]

OFF THE WALL: LARRY CLARK AT HOME ALONE 2 + ADAM GREEN (AND FRIENDS) AT THE HOLE

January is as much a transition as it is a beginning, and while galleries and museums all over NYC ready themselves for their latest openings, two worthwhile things to check out are happening right now. […]

OPENING: KAREN FINLEY’S ‘SEXT ME IF YOU CAN’ AT NEW MUSEUM

Presented in conjunction with “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star” and IDEAS CITY 2013, artist Karen Finley’s interactive instillation Sext Me if You Can begins today at New Museum. Here’s how it […]