Raymond Hendler in British Vogue
March 15, 2017 - British Vogue
March 15, 2017 - British Vogue
March 14, 2017 - Melissa Minton for Architectural Digest
You may know the Woolworth Building as one of the most historic places in the United States, formerly housing a shopping mall, but now it's getting a different title: luxury apartment building. Completed in 1913, it stood as the tallest building in the world until 1930, when the Chrysler Building was erected. The top thirty floors have been converted to residences, though the 33 units are still under construction, which will include full-floor homes on the market for $26.4 million. Designed by French architect and designer Thierry Despont, all of the apartments feature custom kitchens with Dada cabinetry, Calacatta Caldia marble countertops and backsplashes, solid oak herringbone floors, and a suite of integrated Miele appliances. The building's amenities include a pool, spa, and sauna; a wine cellar and tasting room; and an exclusive entertainment salon. With one-bedroom units starting at $4.6 million, it may be worth it to live in the "cathedral in the sky."
Below is a model apartment, decorated by Alan Tanksley, which represents 2–3 bedroom units that will be priced around $9.5 million.
February 27, 2017 - Jennifer Wolf
Berry Campbell’s current exhibition highlighting the stain paintings from the last decade of Dan Christensen’s career brings to life an intriguing body of work from a perhaps under the radar artist working in the Abstract Expressionist and Color Field traditions at the close of the twentieth century. The works included in this aptly titled “Late Calligraphic Stains” exhibition hearken back to the work of icons of mid-century art history: Pollock, Rothko, and Twombly among them, but Christensen’s handling brings something truly unique to the conversation.Read More >>
February 8, 2017 - Blouin Artinfo Datebook
Berry Campbell, New York presents an exhibition of paintings by late artist Dan Christensen (1942-2007) that will run from February 9 through March 11, 2017.Read More >>
January 26, 2017 - Star Staff for East Hampton Star
The United States Consulate in Hong Kong is currently exhibiting two paintings by Eric Dever, who has a house in Bridgehampton. “NSIBTW-40” is an oil on canvas measuring 72 inches square; “NSIBTW-22” is an oil on linen of the same dimensions.
January 26, 2017 - Roberta Bernstein for New York Post
In 2012, the venerable 120-year-old museum moved from Southampton to a stunning Herzog & de Meuron-designed building on 14 acres of meadow in Water Mill. The collection ranges from the 19th- to 21st-century (adults $12 , seniors $9, children under 18 free).
January 25, 2017 - Denise M. Reagan
Some of the additions are featured in The Evolution of Mark-making, now on display on the second floor. Project Atrium artist Shinique Smith donated her Something from Nothing Bundle (2008). The hanging satellite contains clothing and accessories donated to a church in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, which came to the artist when New Orleans refused clothing in lieu of funds.Read More >>
January 12, 2017 - Holland Cotter for the New York Times
When a call went out online recently for an art world protest strike — “no work, no school, no business” — on Inauguration Day, more than 200 artists, most based in New York, many well known, quickly signed on. In numbers, they represent a mere fraction of the present art world, and there was reason to expect the list would grow. By contrast, in New York in the 1950s, 200 artists pretty much were that world, and one divided into several barely tangent circles.Read More >>
January 10, 2017 - Bruce Helander for the Huffington Post
Jill Nathanson is a talented painter who makes magic on canvas by using a technique of poured polymer, which forms overlapping layers of translucency that provide unfamiliar albeit fresh gorgeous hues and are delightful to examine and savor. Over the last four decades, she has deepened her study of color dynamics through methodically delving into chance and risk to ultimately create unity. Berry Campbell, New York. (http://www.berrycampbell.com/)Read More >>