At Five Myles Gallery – a solo exhibition by Etty Yaniv in the front Plus/Space: “Into the Maelstrom”. In the main gallery, a four-person exhibition co-curated by Charlotta Kotik and Hanne Tierney. It matches up two sculptors, Gerard McCarthy and Gunnar Theeland with two painters, Kathleen Maximin and Michael Filan.
On view through November 9th are Kiki Smith River Light and Outlooks: Martha Tuttle, two separate exhibitions that share an installation art character in that they are made of many parts, but otherwise very different in feel and temperament.
This is the second part of a three-part series featuring Elizabeth Murray, that traces Katherine Keltner’s experience in the art world through her work for key artists and an art historian and critic, all of whom have had significant impacts both on contemporary art in New York and beyond.
POVarts was fortunate to meet with New York artist Diana Cooper on the heels of her fantastic recent solo show, Sightings, at Postmasters Gallery. Sitting in Cooper’s studio, in The Old American Can Factory in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, POVarts got to ask the artist questions about her recent work, studio practice, and upcoming projects.
Here’s our Lookbook from the 2016 Edition of Frieze in NYC! All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
Here’s our Lookbook from the Spring Break Fair in 2016. All photos courtesy of POVarts staff.
The ambitious but uneven group show INTO THE WOODS starts with a quote from the Brothers Grimm’s Hansel and Gretel:
“Early tomorrow morning we will take the children out into the forest to where it is the thickest. …”
But is any of that in the art? Is Mark Benson in the art? Is there heart in the art? No. It’s all too cynical. There is too much about other people and their stuff, and their stories – those dead vanished people and their awesome weekends.
Jordan Doner’s debut solo show at Serge Sorokko Gallery called A Revolution in Luxury, is part of the artist’s ongoing series about fashion, consumption, and vague concepts of utopia.
The Asian Art Museum partnered with the SFMOMA to present 72 artworks drawn in what appears to be a random sampling from both the collections of the Asian Art Museum and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.