There are plenty of nits to pick in the art of Sarah McEneaney, the subject of an exhibition at Gallery Schlesinger. Ms. McEneaney, a figurative painter based in Philadelphia, employs egg tempera on panel as a form of autobiography.
Look at the paintings and you’ll get to know her home, her dog, her two cats, Read More
Abstract Photographs Sexier Than Anything O’Keeffe Did
During his lifetime, Konrad Cramer was known, primarily if not widely, as a painter. Born in Wurtzburg, Germany, in 1888, Cramer emigrated to the United States in 1911, hobnobbed with the Stieglitz circle and was among the first stateside to pursue abstraction. (He died in 1963.) At Read More
When does an art-world promotion become a respected art-world tradition? Maybe when it enters upon its second decade with a record of delivering the goods. This is pretty much what has happened to The Art Show , the annual exhibition extravaganza organized by the Art Dealers Association of America at the Seventh Regiment Armory on Read More
The late Clement Greenberg once said of the French artist Robert Delaunay (1885-1941) that he was “an enterprising painter whose influence is perhaps more important than his art, fine as that is.” Greenberg was writing on the occasion of Delaunay’s first solo exhibition in America in 1949, at the Sidney Janis Gallery. That show was Read More