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NYC Selected Gallery Guide: April, 2023
Painting-centric guide to exhibitions in NYC galleries
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide NYC: July, 2022
Is summer my favorite season in the city? Emphatically, YES. A few galleries, having staked out space in the mountains or at the beach, are closed for the season. But plenty are open, and some are presenting exuberant group shows that defy the gloomy and anxious national mood. Highlights include “Painting As Is II” at Nathalie Karg, “ASKEW” at DC Moore, “Pattern and Recognition” at Sperone Westwater, “Early Summer” at Theodore, “Catechism” at Bridget Donahue, “Ink” at McKenzie Fine Art, and “Weeds and Spores” at Alexandre. I’m not sure precisely what to expect from “The Tale Their Terror Tells,” which opens at at Lyles & King on July 9, but it features a huge roster of artists and promises to be intriguing. On July 13, stop by the opening of “TANGO” at Jennifer Baahng Gallery at 790 Madison Avenue on the UES. I’ll have a couple paintings in the show. Then, the next day, on July 14, don’t miss the opening for “Psychedelic Landscape” at Eric Firestone. Should be lit.
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide NYC: June, 2022
Contributed by Sharon Butler / For the past week I’ve been holed up in my apartment with Covid, so I may not make it to your opening tonight. No need to send condolences — at this point it’s just a case of the sniffles and I’ve enjoyed hanging around the house. I’ll be back out in a day or two, bike riding around town and (once an academic always an academic) spending long, lazy days in the studio. There are a lot of good exhibitions to see this month including …
The inside creates the outside, and vice versa
A conversation between artists Robin Hill and Elisa DArrigo, whose solo show at Elizabeth Harris is on view through July 31.
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: July 2021
This month we’re recommending all the excellent group shows, especially the ones where old favorites hang next to younger artists who weren’t on our radar.
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: June 2021
A painting-centric guide to art exhibitions in New York City, featuring Wendy White at Denny Dimin, Josh Abelow’s take on abstraction at Magenta Plains, and Alyssa Fanning at Platform Project Space.
Textility: Idiosyncratic materiality at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey
To kick off the new year, I will have work� in “Textility,” a big exhibition at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey that brings together 28 artists who use (or reference) fiber and cloth in their work. Co-curators Mary Birmingham and Joanne Mattera coined the word “textility” to describe […]
Two Coats Selected Gallery Guide: April 2019
UPDATED–April 14 / I want to give a quick shout out to DUMBO Open Studios, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday, April 27 & 28, 1-6pm. Stephanie Theodore of Theodore:Art and I are co-curating an exhibition in the Two Coats HQ (aka my studio) of work made by artists born in […]