artnet news: On View

 |  artnet news  |  Written by : Sarah Cascone  |

From ‘dOGUMENTA’ to ‘Seated Ballerina’: 34 Amazing Public Art Shows to See in New York This Summer


16 Feminist Art Shows to See In Honor of Women’s History Month

 |  artnet news  |  Written by : Sarbani Ghosh  |

"'Future is Goddess,' playing off the phrase “The Future is Female,” expands the role of feminine power by invoking goddesses and symbolic imagery from the past, and mixing it with contemporary influences. The eight-year survey of works at Pen + Brush, an organization founded on the idea of gender equality in the arts, showcases Michela Martello’s range of mediums and cross-cultural projects."


Exquisite Puddles

 |  New York Observer  |  Written by : Mario Naves  |

"Last spring, Ms. [Tricia] Wright all but stole a group show devoted to color in DUMBO, Brooklyn." September 16th, 2002


Tricia Wright, Carlos Estrada-Vega, Jeffry Mitchell, Manifest Artistry The imports

 |  The NW Drizzle  |  Written by : Jeff Jahn  |

"In most pieces, there's an intense sense of anthropomorphic empathy implied by the various constructivist abstract forms. Although Wright's work is invariably going to be compared to British legends Victor Pasmore and Patrick Heron, her overall tone is less ambivalent and more personable."


Trailblazers and Mavericks

 |  PoetsArtists  |  Written by : Victoria Selbach  |

A series of conversations with art-world instigators. Victoria Selbach in conversation with Janice Sands and Dawn Delikat at P+B.