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The waiting room, 2016

January 24, 2020

Luciano Fabro, lines for a genius.

January 17, 2020

Jose Spencer: a patient gardener who paints on canvas

January 15, 2020

Heart, taste and brain.

January 10, 2020

Marina Koraki: Don’t forget to remember as an artist comes of age

January 8, 2020

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January 15, 2020

Jose, what do you find most challenging and most rewarding about being an artist?

The boundaries. You're trying to do something that has been done for so many years on a canvas. But yet, within those limits, you are making something new. The reward is when someone loves...

October 4, 2019

Hannah van Bart’s solo exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery is comprised of 22 paintings. Titled “Places and Beings,” van Bart’s haunting portraits complement the moody still lifes and landscapes to create an unsettling yet alluring show. 

Hannah van Bart, Friend, 2018...

April 23, 2019

Imagine going to the newest, cutting edge museum. But instead of strolling through a spacious white box with high ceilings, you are in fact admiring art while wandering through an empty oil tank. While this may sound outlandish, it is now a reality at Tank Shanghai. Th...

May 2, 2018

Ghada Amer’s solo exhibition at Cheim & Read is a fresh amalgamation of powerfully bold imagery and intricate details that change and shift with every glance. Focused around the female figure in varying media and size, Amer’s voice and presence can clearly be heard. 

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June 20, 2017

Mano Mal Dibujada, Teresa Burga’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, is familiar yet new. She plays on recognizable imagery to create a variety of works that simultaneously bring us back to our youth while also giving us something we haven’t seen before...

May 25, 2017

Lisa Iglesias, Prepositions, 2017

Piles, Stacks, Lumps & Mounds (PSL&M) is a group exhibition tucked in a corner of the Canal Street Market. The exhibition is part of Sight Unseen presents, which consists of curatorial programming aimed at bringing more attention to New...

April 26, 2017

In Ethics demonstrated in geometrical order, the new Erwin Wurm exhibition at Lehmann Maupin gallery, sculpture and audience participation go hand in hand. Interspersed with other, unsettling works, Wurm’s One Minute Sculptures are the highlight. From a cursory glance...

April 1, 2017

The Sky is a Great Space is a poetic love letter to Marisa Merz. On view at The Met Breuer, this exhibition marks her first major retrospective in the United States. Known for her Living Sculptures, Merz is part of the Italian art movement arte povera, in which she was...

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