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  If you're an artist who has the time and, often, financial wherewithal to afford yourself a residency somewhere, the good news is that there are loads of them out there. The bad news is the same: there are loads of them out there. In other words, there are so many that the best way for you to start looking for one that suits you is to narrow your search dramatically. You want to do...
No visible staples. No unstretched canvases. No exposed stretcher bars. No threads of fabric adangle. No apparatuses denuded with certain airs of overtness. No trappings, in other words, of some of Sharon Butler’s more readily familiar tendencies and techniques that have been key to her particular contributions to the New Casualist aesthetic in recent years. Abundant, though, in her very strong solo show of 19 small and medium-size oil paintings at Theodore:Art (through February...
I was fortunate enough to see, experience, ponder and absorb a great deal of wonderful artwork all around town this year, and I was happy to be able to write about quite a lot of it for The L and Brooklyn Magazine. Had I my druthers, though, and perhaps a few fewer part-time gigs—and maybe also the super power of ubiquity, likely wished for by many others who cover art in New York City—I would’ve...
Situated quite advantageously between Williamsburg and Bushwick, more or less, The International Studio & Curatorial Program, more commonly known as the ISCP, is a wonderful resource for artists from anywhere—from abroad as well as from the United States, that is, or even already based in NYC—who’d like to spend some focused time honing their craft in Brooklyn. From its studio spaces of variable sizes and sorts to its exhibition rooms and common areas, the...