In case you missed it, Holland Cotter included Anne Chu’s exhibition at Tracy Williams in his New York Times wrap up of exhibitions in Chelsea. Chu was one of our Workspace Program artists back in 1994.
Molly Smith‘s (’12) work in handmade paper at NADA was mentioned in the New York Times review of the fair on May 10, 2013.
Far more prevalent, however, are cerebral, cautious-looking abstractions, albeit with interesting textural twists, along the lines of Ruby Sky Stiler’s grooved plaster reliefs at Nicelle Beauchene, or Molly Smith’s cones and wall collages of handmade paper at Kate Werble.
Full article here.