Walking west on 22nd Street the other week, I glanced in the window of the Max Protetch Gallery, noticed gallery personnel hanging paintings by David Reed and experienced something unexpected: anticipation.
I stopped and craned my neck, puzzled. Having kept Mr. Reed’s art at arm’s length in the past, I couldn’t believe I was Read More
The Philadelphia-based painter Sarah McEneaney, whose recent canvases are the subject of an exhibition at Gallery Schlesinger, has been compared to Florine Stettheimer, one of the great eccentrics of 20th-century American art. The comparison holds in that Ms. McEneaney is a strong individualist whose art is a form of autobiography. Painting what she knows best, Read More