Marcia E. Vetrocq
MARCIA E. VETROCQ is a writer, educator, and editor based in New York.
APR 2018 | ArtSeen
The six new paintings in Allison Miller’s compact exhibition at Susan Inglett make a convincing case for a capacious abstraction that is exacting yet playful, rich in smart art references yet firmly colloquial.
APR 2017 | Art
Peripatetic and prolific, Simon Starling (b. 1967) has traveled to and across five continents since the early 1990s to research, fabricate, photograph, film, perform, and install his work.
NOV 2014 | Art
With solo exhibitions in Brooklyn and Amsterdam and the publication of an artists book, the photographer Steel Stillman is going public with a deceptively quiet and often disquieting body of work that has absorbed him for many years.
NOV 2018 | ArtSeen
There are two statues of Peter Stuyvesant—one in Jersey City and one in Manhattan’s Stuyvesant Square—among the seven monuments photographed by Hew Locke for his 2018 “Patriots” series.
SEPT 2015 | Art
The Venice Biennale of 1990 was the first of manyevery Biennale since, to be precisethat I’ve written about, and I was prompted to look back after returning from the 2015 edition.
JUL-AUG 2013 | Editor's Message
Our understanding of the art of the near and distant past is now bound up with the ways we deploy and respond to an array of replicas and re-enactment.