- Christopher Knight on Andy Warhol’s camouflage paintings. [Image: Warhol, Camouflage, 1986.]
- In Ocean Drive magazine, Brett Sokol looks at the latest ideas for the planned, new Miami Art Museum. In a related story, new MAM director Thomas Collins loves the smurfs.
- Knight on Doug Aitken’s newest video installation, which he says tends toward mannerist installation art. In a related story, I saw Aitken’s migration again over the weekend, and it made me giddy.
- Wayne Thiebaud just turned 90 and he’s still conducting public conversations. Here’s his latest, with Kenneth Baker.
- I’m not sure if the subject of this Holland Cotter review is a Robert Rauschenberg estate sale or his passion for Gagosian Gallery.
- In the Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid devotes only half of a review to Charline von Heyl’s new mural at the Worcester Art Museum, which is too bad. I’ve only seen JPEGs, but the von Heyl looks legit, a step beyond her presentation at Chelsea’s Friedrich Petzel Gallery earlier this year.
Art-focused Journalism by Tyler Green
Tyler Green Modern Art Notes
November 29, 2010, 8:48 am