THE NEW YORK TIMES: April 8, 2005
Galleries: 57th Street

Review of In Black and White: Roberta Smith

By Roberta Smith

 

'IN BLACK AND WHITE,' Lori Bookstein Fine Art, 37 West 57th Street, (212) 750-0949, through April 29. This ecumenical group show follows its color scheme across the party lines separating generations, mediums, styles, and cliques. One of the earliest works is an unusual 1950's oil-on-board by Ad Reinhardt that looks like Willem de Kooning might have had a hand in it. Recent standouts include a drawing, collage and sculpture by, respectively, Susannah Phillips, Ken Kewley and Garth Evans. In between there's De Kooning himself, Jan Müller, Anne Tabachnick and an assertive bust of a woman in white plaster by Louisa Matthiasdottir. SMITH

 

 

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