Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art and The Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
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Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art and The Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Rachel Whiteread at the National Gallery of Art included works that were on view at the Tate Britain’s exhibition last fall including “Untitled (Yellow Bath). The British artist has spent decades making sculpture from interior spaces and everyday household objects using her practice of materials including plaster, rubber or resin. Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s exhibition “Pulse”, is … Continue reading

London: Frieze Week, Paris: Basquiat/Schiele, Picasso – October 2018
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London: Frieze Week, Paris: Basquiat/Schiele, Picasso – October 2018

On our way to view the Renzo Piano exhibition, “The Art of Making Buildings” at The Royal Academy, we stumbled upon a fascinating exhibition, “The Secret To A Good Life” The Artist “Bob and Roberta Smith”, a pseudonym for the artist Patrick Brill,  “explores the sometimes strained relationships between women artists and the Royal Academy, … Continue reading

John Giorno/Basel/Ile de Porquerolles/London June 2018
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John Giorno/Basel/Ile de Porquerolles/London June 2018

On June 5, I was delighted to join Melissa Chiu, Director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and other guests on a visit to John Giorno’s studio in Lower Manhattan. Giorno is an American poet and performance artist.  He was featured in Warhol’s film “Sleep” in 1963 and founded “Dial-A-Poem”, using a telephone service to communicate … Continue reading

Frieze Week: London, October 2017
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Frieze Week: London, October 2017

Arriving in London a few days prior to the opening of the Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters offered me extra time to view the works at Christie’s, Phillips and Sotheby’s on Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. Christie’s added a group of smaller works called “Up Close” including a 15 inch Alberto Giacometti sculpture, entitled “Man (Apollo)” which tripled … Continue reading