Posts tagged as:

paul kasmin

We Went to Gagosians

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on April 10, 2014
Thumbnail image for We Went to Gagosians

We checked out some of the Gagosian shows on the Upper East Side. We saw some jewelry and the last supper.

Read the full article →

Art Now! Vol: 4 on Shelves This September

by Paddy Johnson on June 21, 2013
Thumbnail image for Art Now! Vol: 4 on Shelves This September

The art coffee table world got a little more current. Josh Baer tells us Art Now! Vol:4 will be on shelves this September, and for those of us who need an easy overview of the contemporary art world this is a great place to start.

Read the full article →

This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Beyond the Gallery

by Whitney Kimball on April 1, 2013
Thumbnail image for This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Beyond the Gallery

This week’s art events support Jerry Saltz’s recent theory that the gallery show is dead. Our picks include karaoke, net art, a trip to Venice, a show on the white cube, and two separate nods to 1920s film screenings.

Read the full article →

We Went to Chelsea: Blue Chip Edition, Part Two

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on March 28, 2013
Thumbnail image for We Went to Chelsea: Blue Chip Edition, Part Two

We visit Gianni Colombo at Greene Naftali Gallery (LOVE), Will Ryman at Paul Kasmin Gallery (meh) and Brandon Lattu at Leo Koenig (THE INTERNET).

Read the full article →

We Went to Chelsea: Blue Chip Edition, Part One

by Paddy Johnson Whitney Kimball and Corinna Kirsch on March 27, 2013
Thumbnail image for We Went to Chelsea: Blue Chip Edition, Part One

Mitchell-Innes & Nash smells like hamster shavings, the quality of paintings made out of paint brushes at Paul Kasmin is debatable, and Zach Feuer’s Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg ain’t for kids.

Read the full article →

Frieze In-and-Out

by Paddy Johnson and Corinna Kirsch on January 28, 2013
Thumbnail image for Frieze In-and-Out

Frieze New York has released their list of fair exhibitors, so we took the liberty of charting exhibitor movement in and out of the fair. Expect a slightly more upscale fair without much change in size. Their debut last year included 180 “of the most exciting contemporary art galleries working today,” whereas this March,we’ll see “a carefully selected presentation of over 180 of the world’s leading contemporary art galleries.” They can’t expand their tent—it’s apparently as large as legally possible—so the bulk of the changes we’ll see won’t be with the shape of the floor plan, but rather who’s on it.

Read the full article →

The Armory: In-N-Out

by The AFC Staff on January 7, 2013
Thumbnail image for The Armory: In-N-Out

Here at AFC we like to carry on traditions worth repeating. One such tradition is Art Market Views’s annual summation of galleries joining and leaving the fairs. Editor Lindsay Pollock is now Art in America’s Editor-in-Chief, so we’re picking up this one up in her absence and, as it happens, just in time for the Armory show.

Read the full article →

Walton Ford at Paul Kasmin: The Best Show in Chelsea [NSFW]

by Paddy Johnson on November 18, 2011
Thumbnail image for Walton Ford at Paul Kasmin: The Best Show in Chelsea [NSFW]

Yes, I meant it when I said the Walton Ford show at Paul Kasmin Gallery is the “best show in Chelsea”. This comment originally appeared in Wednesday’s link list, and has subsequently prompted a few private emails to the effect of, “You’re not serious?”. Well, yes I am, but for all the reasons those asking the question might think: It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a show look this hilariously wrong in a gallery.

Read the full article →