Kiki Smith, Daisy Chain

Kiki Smith, Daisy Chain, 1992 Bronze and steel Installation dimensions variable Courtesy Pace Wildenstein, New York Photograph by Ellen Page Wilson Kiki Smith: A Gathering, 1980 - 2005 On view through February 11, 2007 As you may know, there  ...

Impressionists in Winter

Six artists respond to snow. Three use snow as a constant reference in their paintings: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Alfred Sisley. Three paint with occasional deference to the surprise of winter color: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Gustave Caillebotte and  ...

Tom Friedman: A Survey of Recent Work

Gallery openings are, more often than not, events where social and imbibational interests tend to eclipse the ostensible purpose of unveiling a new exhibition. Seldom will you see a crowd so completely engaged in the art as it was  ...

Vidya Gastaldon

At the Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art through March 10, 2007 is a solo exhibition of works by Vidya Gastaldon, entitled, “Stop Believing, Start Knowing.” The title alludes to something one discovers on the journey through her world, that there  ...

Sol Lewitt: A Retrospective

Buy the Lewitt poster at barewalls.com The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is housed in a striking 1995 building by Swiss architect Mario Botta. At the heart of the building is a skylit atrium, a soaring space in  ...

Carleton Watkins: The Art of Perception

It may come as news to Ansel Adams fans that a photographer working 100 years earlier took a series of photographs of Yosemite Valley that surpass Adams’ own work there in immediacy, composition, and lushness of detail. It may  ...

Alex Katz Paints Ada

Alex Katz Paints Ada Jewish Museum New York website Ada and Alex (1980) Life is funny. We're in public even when we don't want to be, and someone's always watching. The process of being  ...