Saturday, November 15, 2008

"Chelsea: Art Chockablock with Encyclopedic Range," The New York Times, Friday, November 16th, 2008, by Roberta Smith

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--Also countering Mr. Stella from a completely different angle is Albert York, a Morandi-like painter who has remained indifferent to the battling art movements of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s. Mr. York’s first exhibition in Chelsea contains small lusciously built-up still lifes, landscapes and art historical asides made during those decades. It can be seen at a temporary amalgam of the Taxter & Spengemann and Andrew Kreps galleries called T&Sn’Kreps that is operating out of Taxter’s old West 22nd Street space until their new gallery near Union Square is finished.

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