Sunday, December 9, 2007

FRIDAY DEC 14th ....organized by the National Academy and

This is an email I received from VIVIANE SILVERA..who is organizing walking tours in galleries...........

Dear Art Lovers,

For those of you interested in hearing several contemporary critics discuss the work of Anne Harris (which we saw this week) along with several other artists showing right now, The National Academy Museum and com present:

The Review Panel

The National Academy, in conjunction with presents the fourth season of The Review Panel, beginning Friday, October 12th at 6:45 pm. This popular panel is moderated by David Cohen, art critic for the New York Sun and editor of Each month, three prominent art critics join David Cohen in discussing four pre-selected exhibitions currently on view in New York museums and galleries, with time allotted for audience response.

This popular series fosters awareness of contemporary art through critical dialogue about exhibitions on view in New York galleries and museums. Past panelists include: Deborah Garwood, Arthur Danto, Roberta Smith, Robert Storr, Karen Wilkin, and Mark Stevens. This season’s panelists include Svetlana Alpers, David Grosz, Carol Kino, Donald Kuspit, and Roberta Smith, among others.

Friday, December 14 at 6:45 PM

David Cohen (moderator),, New York Sun
Ben Davis, Artnet
Lance Esplund, New York Sun
Lilly Wei, Art in America

Exhibitions under review:

Tara Donovan at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue (until Apr 28)
Anne Harris at Alexandre Gallery, 41 E. 57th Street (until Dec 30)
Bharti Kher at Jack Shainman Gallery, 513 W. 20th Street (until Dec 23)
David Reed at Max Protetch, 511 W. 22nd Street (until Dec 22)
Zhang Huan at Asia Society and Museum, 725 Park Avenue (until Jan 21)

Admission is $5 per person. Open to all. No reservations required.

FREE for National Academicians, Friends of the Academy, and students.

Listen to past review panels at

Partial funding for the Review Panel is provided by NYSCA, the Dedalus Foundation, and the Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation.

at 1083 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street.

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