New York Times
November 13th, 2008
Chelsea: Art Chockablock With Encyclopedic Range
By ROBERTA SMITH
Upstairs from Mr. York’s exhibition you’ll find one of several group shows available for viewing, this one at the Monya Rowe Gallery (just relocated from 26th Street), where Angela Dufresne’s new paintings make a strong impression. On West 27th Street, Dinter Fine Art has mounted another carefully assembled group show, this one large, X-rated and titled “How to Cook a Wolf, Part 1.” At Greene Naftali on 26th Street a group show of drawings by gallery artists surrounds a small solo show of Ricci Albenda’s color studies. And in the same building (the large art hive 508-526 West 26th Street) Hudson Franklin has an especially effective show of photographs, “The World Is All That Is the Case,” selected by the artist Arthur Ou.