Report from London

March 27, 2020

Over the past several weeks Londoners have been living in a time warp. On Friday, March 12, I visited White Cube Bermondsey where, as my phone convulsed with push notifications and emails of museum closures in the United States, a gloved gallery attendant stood by the entrance to open the door for me. As each […]

10 Highlights of the 2020 Armory Show

March 8, 2020

2. Edward & Nancy Kienholz at Pier 94’s Town Square/L.A. Louver.    Known for poetically grotesque sculptures and installations laden with acerbic, socio-political commentary, American artists Edward Kienholz (1927-1994) and partner Nancy Reddin Kienholz (1943-2019) created The Caddy Court (1986-1987) as a scathing critique of the U.S. Supreme Court. On view in the U.S. for […]

SPRING/BREAK 2020: Less Rowdy and a Little More Grown Up

March 6, 2020

It seems almost comical that this year’s theme for the SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York is “IN EXCESS.” I feel obligated to ask: When was that never the case? Celebrating its ninth edition in the borough of Manhattan, the preeminent satellite fair of New York’s Armory Week, has always celebrated surplus, overabundance, and superfluity: […]

David Ebony’s 10 Highlights of The Art Show 2020

March 2, 2020

1. Pablo Picasso at Jeffrey H. Loria & Co. Each year The Art Show, hosted by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), affords the rare opportunity to see what treasures some of the country’s preeminent private dealers and appointment-only galleries have sequestered behind those mysterious closed doors. This year, Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., […]