The Class Divide As A Threshold In The Paintings Of Late Artist Noah Davis
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The Class Divide As A Threshold In The Paintings Of Late Artist Noah Davis

I really can’t decide what’s more shocking: that Noah Davis painted the beautifully macabre images adorning the walls of his posthumous retrospective at David Zwirner before the artist was 33 years old, or that these gorgeous works were painted by someone who ever lived at all. So saturated with ghastly resignation and mourning, Davis’s paintings … Continue reading

Let’s Get Unconscious, Honey: Leonor Fini “Theatre of Desire, 1930-1990”
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Let’s Get Unconscious, Honey: Leonor Fini “Theatre of Desire, 1930-1990”

Mystics are having a welcome moment of resurgence, from Hilma af Klint’s Painting for the Future at the Guggenheim, to Leonora Carrington’s Magical Tales at The Contemporary Art Museum of Monterrey, to Leonor Fini’s overdue first survey in New York at the Museum of Sex, Theatre of Desire, 1930-1990, curated by Lissa Rivera. This is … Continue reading