Tag Archives: Eric Fischl


Morning Links: DNA Signatures Edition

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When SoHo Met Hollywood: Revisiting ’90s Films by ’80s Art Stars

On the directing careers of Schnabel, Salle, Sherman, and Longo Read More

The Parrish Art Museum.

A Weekend in the Hamptons: The Parrish Midsummer Party, Art Southampton, and Market Art+Design in Photos

A woman in a sparkly top glared disapprovingly as I pulled a Hyundai Elantra rental car into a space between a Maserati and an Escalade at the Art Southampton fair late Saturday afternoon. In front of the entrance was a … Read More

Mary Boone and Eric Fischl. COURTESY CROWN

Eric Fischl Ends 30-Year Relationship with Mary Boone Gallery

The Art Newspaper reports that Eric Fischl, the painter known for his surreal images of suburbia, is leaving Mary Boone Gallery after more than 30 years. The news comes as a surprise, considering an interview between Mary Boone and Fischl, … Read More

A view of the new Whitney building from the West Side Highway. TIMOTHY SCHENCK/COURTESY WHITNEY MUSEUM

The Whitney Moves Downtown: Artists and Curators on the Museum’s History and Future

It’s not every day that an institution the size of the Whitney Museum moves to a different building. The Whitney began in 1914 as an informal salon founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. Whitney had amassed a collection of hundreds of … Read More


‘Portraiture From Manet to the Present’ at Leila Heller

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Facing the Blank Canvas: Artists’ Tips for Getting Started

Terror. Doubt. Anxiety. Artists offer their strategies for getting beyond the roadblocks and starting new work Read More

In Joan Semmel’s Crossed Legs, 2011, the sexuality is more restrained than in her earlier work.

The Body In Winter

Artists are taking on themes of aging, transformation, and decay Read More


Are You Looking at Prices or Art?

Experts discuss how market appreciation is affecting art appreciation. Read More


Slides and Prejudice

The controversy around painting from photographs continues as new generations and new image-making technologies keep the debate alive. Read More