Dawn in New York
Writer and musician Richard Hell is the author of the novels Go Now and Godlike, and the collection Hot and Cold. He is currently writing his autobiography and will be reading from it at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library on 10/11.
Dawn Clements: Living Large: A SurveyBy Tom McGlynn
SEPT 2021 | ArtSeen
The immediacy of Dawn Clementss drawing acts as a seismic register of emotional states transcribing both real and imagined landscapes
Kennedy Yanko: Postcapitalist DesireBy Folasade Ologundudu
MAY 2021 | ArtSeen
In the historic landmark townhouse housing Tilton Gallery on New York Citys Upper East Side, Kennedy Yanko presents her latest exhibition and first solo show with the gallery, Postcapitalist Desire.
Light and Desire: Illuminating Anger and TransformationBy Jen C. George
OCT 2021 | Dance
On September 15, New York Live Arts opened its doors, elevators, and stairwells, and welcomed an audience into an unconventional space for an opening night performance: its third-floor studio. The front row (masked, of course) settled into cushions on the floor, as the seated rows filled behind them, ready to witness Colleen Thomass Light and Desire.
Roma/New York, 1953–1964By David Rhodes
FEB 2023 | ArtSeen
From the moment of entering David Zwirners expansive first floor galleries, Roma/New York, 19531964 compels. There are so many great worksdrawn from museums, private collections, foundations, and estatesjuxtaposed in revealing combinations, that for direct visual pleasure and intellectual provocation it could not be more engaging.