2nd – Lucas Samaras at the Whitney, NY 

9th – Only Skin Deep, International Center of Photography, NY 

21st – Chuck Close: interview and at Metropolitan Museum, Ten Miami Museum. 

23rd – Kandinsky & Schoenberg and the Blue Rider, Jewish Museum 


9th – Children in Ancient Greece, Onassis Center, NY; then Cincinnati and the Getty, LA 

11th – Parmigianino at the Frick Collection

12th – Rothko at the Linda Pace Foundation/ Jacques Lipchitz / Cut 


2nd – Boccioni’s Materia, A Futurist Masterpiece at the Guggenheim, and the Avant Garde in Milan & Paris

3rd – Sol LeWitt at the Linda Pace Foundation; Jacques Lipchitz at Marlborough Gallery NY

19th – Latin American and Caribbean art, from MoMA at Museo del Barrio 

23rd – Whitney Biennial 


6th – Christopher Dresser at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, then V & A London 

16th – Jim Dine: interview, National Gallery, DC; plus the Linda Pace Foundation NYC; Dine photos Cologne, Connecticut and Cleveland. 

(23rd – Whistler, letter re Whistler Memorial Appeal, funding to Bloomberg for London on Cheyne Walk)


11th – Two Pop Artists: Robert Indiana at Paul Kasmin Gallery, then Oklahoma; 

& Red Grooms at Marlborough Gallery, plus Private World of Red Grooms at Tibor de Nagy, NY (colour and on web)  

26th – Andy Goldsworthy on the roof at the Metropolitan  


8th – Modigliani at the Jewish Museum 

15th – Woman’s Touch, Leonardo & Lombardy, Painters of Reality at the Metropolitan

22nd – Noguchi at the Noguchi Museum, NY

23rd – Langlands & Bell at Mount Stuart, Bute Scotland


8th – Childe Hassam at the Metropolitan

12th – Polly Apfelbaum & Amy Cutler at the Kemper Museum, Kansas City, Missouri 

22nd – The Big Nothing, Philadelphia, city wide exhibition: ICA; Museum; Print Collective; fabric workshop; plus others

27th – Catalogue essay for John Halliday for 3 Galloway Artists, plus Moira & Stuart Beaty 

29th – arts editor letter re Ed Ruscha piece, FT


3rd – Ed Ruscha at the Whitney 

10th – Bonjour Monsieur Courbet, Art Fosters Entente Cordiale, at the Clark Institute, Williamstown, then Dallas, then San Francisco. 

(18th – Bill Packer on David Nash, St Ives)

25th – Ann Hamilton at MASS MoCA, Massachusetts


3rd – Memorials of War at Whitney, curator David Kiehl

8th –  Chicano visions, San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art; then Minneapolis  

27th – Indian Jewelry at Asia Society, plus in the realm of Gods and Kings  – Cynthia Hazen Polsky 


1st – Public Art in NY, Madison Square Park; Creative Time; Tom Otterness on Broadway; Christo 

4th – Alex Katz interview, exh at Pace Gallery & interview at studio, plus Vienna (and on web) 


1st-  The Voting Booth Project, Parsons School of Design, NY

10th – Maillol at Marlborough Gallery, NY

17th-  New MoMA Building, 75th Birthday of MoMA, (colour)  

27th – Peter Aspden on culture re MoMA

27/28th – German Grotesque at the Neue Galerie, Weekend FT (colour)


8th – James Lee Byars at the Whitney, then Strasbourg

15th – Christo and Central Park at the National Academy then Miami Florida; Portland Maine; 

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