Art Book Roundup
On the new-book shelf this week we have a handsome, sprawling catalogue of paintings by the New York-based painter R. H. Quaytman, an anthology of writings by the art dealer-critic-Whitney Biennial curator Klaus Kertess and an unusual collection of pieces by critic Bruce Hainley.
Miguel Abreu may be New York’s most intellectual art dealer. That is what we always think when we visit his elegant gallery on Orchard Street, and gaze at bookshelves populated not by the usual art monographs, but by volumes of Lacan and Badiou. Not surprisingly, given his literary and philosophical bent, Mr. Abreu is fond Read More