Eva Lundsager, R.H. Quaytman, and Mary Heilman Brush Up on Their Painting

Things get drippy and trippy in three current shows of new work

Flipping the Ab-Ex'ers: Lundsager's Over Whether 10
Courtesy Greenberg Van Doren Gallery
Flipping the Ab-Ex'ers: Lundsager's Over Whether 10


Eva Lundsager
Greenberg Van Doren
730 Fifth Avenue, at 57th Street, 212-445-0444
Through February 7

R.H. Quaytman: 'Chapter 12: iamb'
Miguel Abreu36 Orchard Street, 212-995-1774
Through February 1

Mary Heilman: 'Two-Lane Blacktop'
303 Gallery
547 West 21st Street, 212-255-1121
Through February 21

Painting now can function, à la Lawson, at the center of the market or within the endgame of postmodernism (or post-postmodernism). Its status, like everything else in the art world, could change at any minute. Except, when a medium's weathered everything, literally, from ancient volcanic eruptions to the invention of the Internet, I doubt painting needs to be looking over its shoulder.

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