do yourself a big favor and have a gander at any combination of the following: the sexy stripes of Linda Besemer at Cohan, Leslie and Browne; the inner workings of Ellsworth Kelly’s mind as shown in his drawings and clippings at The Drawing Center; Brice Marden’s whallop of a show at both Matthew Marks spaces in Chelsea; Wayne White’s textual landscapes at Clementine; Martin Puryear’s perfectly rough new sculptures at McKee; and the nostalgic family photo paintings by newcomer Isca Greenfield-Sanders at Lombard-Freid. You won’t be disappointed, promise.

- Tucker Nichols [Monday, June 3rd, 2002]


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