Links for today include Crossing Brooklyn, Frieze London, Arts Gowanus, Ebola, Cubism, Gavin Brown’s new location, and more.
series), 2012. C-print, 45 � x 35 � in. (115.6 x 90.2 cm). Courtesy the
artist and Catharine Clark Gallery. � Nina Katchadourian
At Art F City Whitney Kimball pans “Crossing Brooklyn,” the Brooklyn Museum’s survey of Brooklyn artists. “If you ran post-gentrification Brooklyn through an Auto Art Generator Machine, we now know the results would look like. They are on view at �Crossing Brooklyn�, the Brooklyn Museum�s attempt to create a significant borough-wide survey. Instead it has served up a cross-section of formulaic and utterly uninspiring works, all sourced locally, right here, in Brooklyn….” Read more.
Karen Archey is covering Frieze London art fair via Instagram today.
And at Greg.org: “In honor of Frieze London, and all the awesome sales going down this week, I have created a special edition. Untitled (Tanya) is a black & white lasercopy printed on 11 x 8.5 in. paper. It is titled, dated, stamped, and numbered in an edition of 50. Untitled (Tanya) depicts at actual size Tanya, the photocopy work of Cady Noland, which is being sold at Christie’s contemporary day sale
Thursday Friday morning. Purely for reference, the dimensions of that work (7 5/8 x 6 1/8 in.) are marked in pencil.” Only ten bucks! But sadly sold out. I hope he saved one for me.
This weekend is Arts Gowanus Open Studios. 320 artist studios and arts venues will be open to the public on Saturday, October 18, and Sunday, October 19, from noon to 6pm. Get a sneak preview on the Directory of Artists. Additional special events take place during the weekend.
From the Yale News: Initial test results for a Yale graduate student suspected of having
Ebola have come back negative, Yale-New Haven Hospital announced shortly
after 5 p.m. Thursday. (Phew.)
According to ArtNews: In November, Gavin Brown is opening a second space on the Lower East Side at 291 Grand Street. Read more.
In the NYTimes, Roberta Smith calls �Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Collection� at the Met “an exhilarating exhibition laid out with a sharp sense of history and some humor.” Read more. [Image above: Juan Gris, The Man at the Caf�, Paris, 1914, oil and newsprint collage on canvas, 39 x 28 1/4 inches. Promised Gift from the Leonard A. Lauder Cubist Collection.]
Abstract Critical calls it quits. Long a critic of Provisional approaches to painting, the UK art blog announces that they are ceasing publication.
Everyone is gushing over Matisse’s cut outs at MoMA. Must see.
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