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Interview: Emily Noelle Lambert in Greenpoint

Contributed by Rob Kaiser-Schatzlein / Emily Noelle Lambert's recent paintings are large abstracts, rendered in vivid acrylic paint. On display in "Ideé Fixe," her solo show at Denny Gallery, through November 15th, they vary in line,...Show More Summary

Report from Greensboro, North Carolina

In October, the Art Department of the University of North Carolina Greensboro invited me for a visit, and while I was there I participated in a panel discussion that had been organized by Barbara Campbell Thomas at the beautiful Weatherspoon Art Museum in conjunction with the Maud Gatewood exhibition. Show More Summary

Sense and sensibility at Lennon Weinberg

Contributed by Jonathan Stevenson / Though skewed towards this century, the paintings in Lennon Weinberg’s elegantly expansive group show “A Few Days,” from all twenty of the painters the gallery has represented since it opened in 1988, range from 1957 to 2014. Show More Summary

RESIDENCY: Nancy Morrow’s New Paintings

Contributed by Jacquelyn Gleisner / In September, I visited the studio of artist Nancy Morrow at the Two Coats of Paint Artist Residency. Morrow, an Associate Professor of Art at Kansas State University, had spent the previous week at the space in DUMBO, Brooklyn and was scheduled to fly home after our meeting. Show More Summary

My Chelsea morning

Beatriz Milhazes @ James Cohan Beatriz Milhazes @ James Cohan Michelle Segre @ Derek Eller Printer Matter--new location at 231 11th Ave! Louise Fishman @ Cheim and Read Mary Heilmann @ 303 Gallery Svenja Deiningers @ Marianne BoeskyShow More Summary

Objecthood: Joan Miró's painted sculptures

Last week "Miró and the Object," curated by William Jeffett, opened at the Fundació Joan Miró in Barcelona. The role of the object has never been fully considered in Miró's work, and in light of the success of the Picasso sculpture show at MoMA, I thought readers might like to take a look at Miró's early exploration in three dimensions. Show More Summary

Jennifer Tee wins the Cobra Art Prize

The Cobra Museum of Modern Art has announced that Jenifer Tee (NL 1973) is the winner of the Cobra Art Prize Amstelveen. By awarding the biennial prize, the museum hopes to draw attention to the experimental nature of the Cobra movement and its relationship to contemporary art. Show More Summary

Quick Study: Tijuana, Cozzolino, Cassab, Bob Ross, Priska Juschka, Moby Dick

Carolina Miranda is covering the Tijuana's art scene for the LA Times. Image above: A guest checks out a painting during a 10th-anniversary party at La Caja Galeria in Tijuana. Its mission isn't just to show art but also to foment an appreciation for it in both children and adults. Show More Summary

Exhibitions: Heilmann, Marden, Riley, Hollowell, and last chance for Krebber

"Geometrics: Waves, Roads, etc.," Mary Heilman's upcoming show at 303 Gallery, will feature paintings on canvas and handmade paper, glazed ceramics, and more furniture sculptures. Opening is Thursday, November 5, 2015. Read more. Goodbye...Show More Summary

2015 Holiday Painting Sketch Sale

Looking for that perfect gift for yourself or a friend? Look no further! Below are unframed small plein air sketches, both oil and pastel, from my Arizona studio inventory. Keep in mind that these are sketches. These were all done in...Show More Summary

The paintings in "Greater New York"

[Image at top: Eric Mack, Pain After Heat, 2014 "Greater New York" at MoMA PS1, New York] This iteration of "Greater New York," the sprawling group exhibition at MoMA PS1 that traditionally highlights the most prominent young artists...Show More Summary

Link list: Artists to follow on Instagram, Part 2

This is the second part of a three-part post on artists who use Instagram. As I said in Part I, my favorite artists to follow are those who post regularly and whose feeds include more than images of their art work. These artists are communicating with each other, not potential dealers and collectors. Show More Summary

Subject or Object?

Slide Rock Apple Barn - 12x16 oil/canvas by Michael Chesley JohnsonAvailable - $800 - Contact Michael In my plein air painting workshops, I often get students who make the mistake of confusing object with subject. I can hear you asking,...Show More Summary

Images: John Walker

Julian Kramer wrote in Art in America, February 2015."Walker belongs squarely in the tough-guy visionary camp of postwar British painting, along with paint-splashers and big-tube squeezers like Peter Lanyon and Roger Hilton. Like them,...Show More Summary

Ode to Robert Bordo

Robert Bordo's easel-sized paintings are prominently featured in "Greater New York," the big quintennial exhibition at MoMA PS1. Set aside in their own room, hung on white walls and carefully lit, the paintings walk the lines between painting and drawing, and representation and abstraction. Show More Summary

Keith Mayerson redux

Keith Mayerson's poignant painting compilation "My American Dream" was originally installed in the 2014 Whitney Biennial, and this month Marlborough Chelsea has recreated the massive painting installation. Mayerson did an interview with Exhibition A last year about the experience of being in the Biennial, and here are some excerpts. Show More Summary

Sharon Louden: Animated life

For several years Sharon Louden, who studied painting when she got her MFA at Yale, has been making large-scale, site-specific installations using flexible sheets of shiny aluminum. Her 2013 exhibition at Morgan Lehman featured a few...Show More Summary

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Instagram art world: 25 DebKassArtists

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Sarah Cain: Super fun and not too complicated

Based in LA, Sarah Cain makes large scale paintings and site-specific installations that focus on love, relationships, and a muscular form of femininity. This fall, CAM Raleigh invited Cain to take over their gallery, and the result is "The Imaginary Architecture of Love," on view through January 3. Show More Summary

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