LILLY WEI is a New York-based art critic and independent curator.
MAY 2018 | Art
Mel Chin is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist and activist. In addition to that, his work demonstrates a sense of play and poetry, a kind of quixotic romanticism that, however, does not preclude skepticism.
DEC 12-JAN 13 | ArtSeen
Crisis has been the defining mode of our culture for so long that it seems a normal state. That said, I don’t believe that criticism, a hard-wired human impulse (wasn’t the Biblical lusting for the apple of knowledge the first step toward criticality?), is in particular crisis at the moment.
JUNE 2009 | ArtSeen
Judith Murray is a New York-based abstract artist who, in the course of her long career, has shifted from a graphic, hard-edged style and sensibility to a more painterly mode, increasingly enamored, as is abundantly evident, by the luminosity and versatility of oils, her preferred medium.
FEB 2012 | ArtSeen
Americana is the name of Doug Wadas smart, smashing show of new paintings, which coolly depict spot-on artifacts/icons of postwar American life.
JUL-AUG 2010 | ArtSeen
Christine Hieberts soaring installation, Reconnaissance: Three Wall Drawings, has been in residence on the top floor gallery of Wellesley Colleges Davis Museum (designed by Rafael Moneo in 1993) for the past year.
FEB 2005 | Art
By now, everyone knows that the renovated and greatly expanded Museum of Modern Art has re-opened, returning after a two and a half year residencyor exile, depending upon whom youre talking toin Queens. Leading the welcome home committee was The New York Times, which turned into The MoMA Times for the duration, reporting on every conceivable aspect of the projectbefore, during, after, stillomitting, it seems, only the brand of toilet paper available in the shining new bathrooms.