by Wallace Ludel for Cultured Magazine | 6.13.2022
Ringgold is no doubt one of the country’s most significant living painters, and at 91 years old she’s hot off the heels of a retrospective at the New Museum and has spent much time in the news in recent years after her 1967 painting American People Series #20: Die was relocated during MoMA’s 2019 redesign to hang beside Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d'Avignon.
by Barry Schwabsky | March 2021
Curated by Alison M. Gingeras, this compact quasi survey gathered twenty-six modestly scaled works made between 1989 and 2020, including sculptures, drawings, collages, and photographs, though the accent was where it should have been: on Kilimnik’s paintings.
by Tom May for Creative Boom | 9.14.2020
Taka for Widewalls | 7.17.2020
3 Must-See Gallery Pop-Ups in the Hamptons | by Paul Laster for Art & Object |
At This Hamptons Exhibition, Art History Is on the Menu | by Helena Madden
for The Robb Report | 7.15.2020
New Montauk Gallery? It Takes a Village | by Jennifer Landes for The East
Hampton Star | 7.29.2020