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Jennifer Field

Jennifer Field is Executive Director of The Estate of David Smith. She received her Ph.D. from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.

Ad Reinhardt’s Prints

As a body of work, Reinhardt’s prints raise issues of authorship, authenticity, and politics in ways that appear neither in his painting nor in his satirical cartoons and written work.

Aliza Nisenbaum: Queens Lindo y Querido

Aliza Nisenbaum: Queens Lindo y Querido, which concludes the artist’s two-year residency at the Queens Museum, occupies two ground-floor galleries with multiple points of entry, no doors, and vast overhead skylights, all of which contribute to a feeling of openness and accessibility that is consonant with the humanistic philosophy underscoring her practice.

Robert Motherwell and David Smith: Paper Trails

The three artists exchanged letters across long geographic distances, with Smith chiefly writing from his home in Bolton Landing in the Adirondack Mountains, and Motherwell and Frankenthaler writing to Smith from their homes in Provincetown and New York City or while on international vacations. Yet the letters tell only a partial story: The artists’ drawings, paintings, and sculptures reveal a largely non-verbal and, arguably, more intimate dialogue.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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