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A Renaissance Master Finally Gets a Showcase by CAROL VOGEL


By CAROL VOGEL

The National Gallery of Art in Washington will present the first major retrospective of Piero di Cosimo, the Italian Renaissance painter.

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

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Polly Apfelbaum: ‘A Handweaver’s Pattern Book’ by KAREN ROSENBERG


By KAREN ROSENBERG

In her latest show, Polly Apfelbaum’s lush, multicolored fabric installations delve into the history of handmade textiles, taking inspiration from a 1950s pattern book.

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Spare Times Listings for July 25-31 by ANNE MANCUSO, JOUMANA KHATIB and ANDREW BORYGA


By ANNE MANCUSO, JOUMANA KHATIB and ANDREW BORYGA

A guide to street fairs, film festivals, literary events, walking tours and other cultural events in New York City.

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

‘This is what sculpture looks like,’ at the Postmasters Gallery by ROBERTA SMITH


By ROBERTA SMITH

An exclusively female show of sculptures by 16 artists has a freewheeling spirit and sprawling diversity of approaches, materials and subjects.

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

‘Displayed’ at the Anton Kern Gallery by KEN JOHNSON


By KEN JOHNSON

Organized by the artist and curator Matthew Higgs, this excellent show presents works by 18 artists exemplifying a trend he calls “displayism.”

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Patricia Esquivias: ‘111-119 Generalísimo/Castellana’ by ROBERTA SMITH


By ROBERTA SMITH

A Venezuelan artist’s work that focuses on five apartment buildings in Madrid, erected in the late 1950s, is as much art history or urban archaeology as it is art.

Published: July 25, 2014 at 4:00AM

Christopher Sabec