Monthly Archives: July 2010

Marjorie Strider


Is it just a coincidence that the two women who figured in early New York Pop art were subsequently edited out of most exhibitions and books on the subject? Only now, after decades of revisionist/feminist art history is some attention … Continue reading

Jean-Michel Sanejouand


Some artworks are so superficially of their time that they never transcend it. Others are so profoundly of theirs that it may take 20 years or more for the world to catch up with them. The downside of being ahead … Continue reading

Gene B. Beery


I’ve only seen one show of Gene B. Beery’s paintings, at Mitchell Algus Gallery in New York in 2001.  Each painting in the exhibition followed an identical format: a phrase quickly written out in black block letters on a primed … Continue reading