Soloway presents The Best of 2012, “the finest combination of established experts and promising adepts in the fields of art-creation and meaning-production.”
On February 1 at 7:00PM the NYPL Stephen Schwarzman Building presents On The Street, a film that documents Amy Arbus as she tracks down the subjects of her photographs from 30 years ago.
Joyce Pensato’s show at Friedrich Petzel features “paintings and drawings incorporating her familiar cartoon imagery of clowns, Homer Simpson, Groucho Marx, Mickey Mouse, and a character the artist refers to as ‘The Juicer.'”
Nick Mauss’s show at 303 Gallery “articulates the experience of looking at something that you have seen, thought about and made.”
Jason Fox’s show at Peter Blum “creates a dialogue between pop culture, religious icons, and abstraction.”
Günther Förg’s work at Greene Naftali “reduces the act of painting to its most elemental gesture, monumentalized on a human scale.”
Graham Durward’s show at Louis B. James “renders formally the intangibility and ephemerality of desire.”
Don’t Let Me Disappear, Slater Bradley’s video at Team, “follows Bradley’s Doppelgänger, model and actor Benjamin Brock, as he wanders alone through New York City.”