"Sentimental Education," the group show organized by art critic David Rimanelli, is sweet on the outside but bitter on the inside. It's got one of those catchy, glamorous, culturally charged titles, and the name of its curator adds as much flavor as the artists who are in it. A perpetually precocious writer, whose language is ornate and tone prickly, Rimanelli has a refined intellect and idiosyncratic but well-informed taste. A born recalcitrant, as a critic he's closest to someone like Gary Indiana, only less fiery. He doesn't always write negative reviews, but when he does, they're... More >>>