Mary Hrbacek

Mary Hrbacek is an artist who has been writing about art in New York City since the late 1990s. She has had more than one hundred reviews published in The M Magazine/The New York Art World, and has written in print and on-line NY, Artes Magazine, d’Art InternationalCulture and Whitehot Magazine. Her commentary spans a broad spectrum, from the contemporary cutting-edge to the Old Masters. 

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articles by this author

Brazil x Iran Colors and Forms at High Line Gallery 4

Rodney Zelenka: Dominion and Frailty at Tenri Cultural Institute

Tjebbe Beekman: Tetris at Grimm

artificial.Beauty: Jaiseok Kang a.k.a. Jason River at Paris Koh

Sarah Cunningham: In Its Daybreak, Rising at Almine Rech

Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Not Far From Home; Still Far Away

Adrian Ghenie: The Hooligans at Pace Gallery

Church and Rothko: Sublime at Mnuchin Gallery

Dana Schutz "Imagine Me and You" at Petzel Gallery

George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field

Parallel Fields: Kathleen Elliot, Kaethe Kauffman, Bobbie Moline-Kramer at Lichtundfire Gallery

Hugo Fontela: Nowhere Island

Marianne Boesky Gallery: Mathias Bitzer: a different sort of gravity

Ominous Shadows over the Moon: Leonardo Drew Takes Chelsea by Storm

Fault Lines: New Perspectives in American Landscape

Review: How Many Miles to Babylon: Recent Painting From Los Angeles and New York Curated by Peter Frank

Will Kurtz: Pardon the Interruption, Please at Kim Foster Gallery