Recent art writing by Dana Gordon:

June 28, 2024

Phalanxes & temples

On “Kim Uchiyama: Loggia,” paintings at Helm Contemporary, New York

February 8, 2024

Notes and Reflections on Rothko in Paris

December 7, 2023

Another Bronze Age

On “Personage: Bronze Sculptures by Mark LaRiviere,” at the New York Artists Equity Gallery.

November 18, 2022

Ab Ex Lives

On “Life in Action,” recent paintings by Francine Tint at the National Arts Club.

September 24, 2022

Old Master of new abstraction

On “Ronnie Landfield: Recent Works” at Findlay Galleries in New York.

May 4, 2022

Slabs & brushstrokes

On Hans Hofmann and Nicolas de Staël.

How Hans Hofmann stole from Nicolas de Staël.

May 2, 2022

Scott Kahn’s Intensely ‘Unique Voice’ Haunts Manhattan

Although there is a great variety of subject, his work changes little in its basic vibe or its look. It does not lose for this steadiness, always containing simmering drama.

April 18, 2022

The Single Best Work in the Whitney Biennial

In the show of 63 artists, about 10 are working in this old-fashioned sense of painting. The one who addresses the art of painting in the purest and most complete way possible is James Little.

April 10, 2022

Thornton Willis, Illuminating the Future of Abstract Art

These shows confirm Willis’s preeminence even while his work already resides at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, and the Guggenheim Museum.

Earlier art writing by Dana Gordon: