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José Leonilson was born in Fortaleza, Brazil, in 1957––seven years before the military coup that kept the country under the rule of military dictatorship until... [Read More]
Alexander Gray Associates presents its sixth exhibition of Luis Camnitzer's work, highlighting two key installations, "El Mirador" [The Observatory] (1996), and "Territorio Libre" [Free Territory]... [Read More]
Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Gary Carrion-MurayariPeter Saul has been called a painter's painter. But when I hear that phrase, I think of someone whose... [Read More]
Resembling a melting hillock, comically propped up with an array of bars cast in stainless steel, HILLS AND CLOUDS, 2014, is a wonder to behold,... [Read More]
Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present 'The Hikers,' an exhibition of recent works by American artist Rashid Johnson. [Read More]
IN 2019, WARP RECORDS TURNED THIRTY AND EDITIONS OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC (ECM) HIT FIFTY. The connection felt superficial, and then it didn't, though I couldn't immediately... [Read More]
I FIRST MET CARLA HERRERA-PRATS in the summer of 2008. I was invited to contribute an essay for her solo show at New York's Art... [Read More]
Curated by Barbara Haskell with Marcela Guerrero, Sarah Humphreville, and Alana Hernandez"Let us reject theories anchored in the relativity of 'NATIONAL ART.' LET US BECOME... [Read More]
In Alice Neel's paintings there are people and then there are the People. Longshoremen Returning from Work, 1936, shows a streetscape as stage set: figures... [Read More]
Curated by Sheena Wagstaff and Benjamin H. D. Buchloh with Brinda KumarThis sprawling survey, Richter's first in the US in seventeen years, will provide an... [Read More]
The name Straub-Huillet is practical in that it designates not only two individuals who worked together but also emphasizes that they did not regard the... [Read More]
Curated by Ellen TaniBorn and raised in Harlem, Tschabalala Self grew up with maternal figures who sewed curtains, transformed old pants into skirts, and knit... [Read More]
Nothing is what it seems in Art Undercover, 2017, the centerpiece of Tamir Zadok's solo exhibition. The video traces the artist's quest to find a... [Read More]
Arsenal Contemporary Art is pleased to present Suzy Lake's first solo exhibition in New York. [Read More]
This first exhibition of the Wooster Group will feature archives, props, and performance documentation emphasizing the group's unique contribution to both performative and visual... [Read More]
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