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Galleries as Galleries, but More, and Happily, So – New York Gallery Week!

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 8 May 2010

Martin Creed/Ozier Muhammad/The New York Times

Martin Creed’s floor at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, which is made up of 100 marble planks

The wonderful Roberta Smith has written an article entitled “Galleries Being Galleries, but More So” in the Art & Design section of The New York Times (online) looking at the first edition of New York Gallery Week, with its with its 50 participating galleries and its coordinated solo exhibitions, special events and extended gallery hours, runs through 10 May 2010 and is a wonderful opportunity and an enormous pleasure.  Smith’s article includes a day-by-day list of many of the shows, events, etc.  Get a move on, only three days left!

Get the New York Gallery Week app on iTunes, here, to help you organize your weekend!

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“Robert & Ethel Scull: Portrait of a Collection,” at Acquavella Galleries in Manhattan – More on This Wonderful Exhibition

Posted by the editors on Friday, 16 April 2010

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Robert and Ethel Scull: Portrait of a Collection Art by, from left, Larry Poons, Myron Stout and Frank Stella at Acquavella Galleries

Our favorite Roberta Smith has written another excellent, perceptive article entitled “Appetite for New and Next New” in the Art & Design section of The New York Times offering a further, and moving, look at this excellent exhibition of, not only, Pop Art, but Abstract Expressionism, and Minimalism, to name just a few of those so-called “-isms”.  Includes a nice photo of the installation (shown above) and a slideshow.  See our previous post on the exhibition  for more on this amazing show at the Acquavella Galleries in New York, “Incredible Pop Art at Acquavella Galleries”.
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A New Whitney Museum of American Art Downtown

Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Robert McKeever/Gagosian Gallery

The Gagosian Gallery’s recent exhibition of works produced by Alexander Calder from 1957 to 1970

The perceptive and dynamic Roberta Smith has written another very good article, this one, entitled “Artful Way to Expand a Museum” in the Art & Design section of The New York Times (online) looks at the many good reasons for the Whitney to go ahead with its plans for a “downtown” branch (actually on the far West Side), warns against, and makes very clear, the errors of other “starchitect” museum constructions and/or expansions and proposes, rightfully enough, opening up the input into museum design to those who have the most at stake (aside from the museum and its public), namely, artists and gallerists.  Clear, interesting, forward-looking.
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