Roberta Smith smackdown


I have to admit that Matt Greene's show at Deitch was not one of my favorite things I've seen lately. Roberta Smith, in the New York Times, seems to agree. Her review begins:

Matt Greene's r�sum� includes lots of the right names in terms of galleries, critics and museum shows, but the paintings in his New York gallery debut disappoint. They seem conservative, thin and calculated to appeal to young, straight, male hedge-fund managers with a yen for lap dances and a taste for magazine illustrations from the 1960s.


that Borofsky show looks AMAZING however.

That wasn't my impression of the Borofsky show. I was rather underwhelmed by it.

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