Art In America

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Kader Attia

at Lehmann Maupin,
through Mar. 4
201 Chrystie Street
Berlin- and Paris-based Kader Attia’s labyrinthine video installation Reason’s Oxymorons (2015) is a forbidding artwork to enter. The eighteen videos are shown on monitors in individual cubicles, the dark gray shoulder-high walls and sound-muffling carpet…Read more

David Diao

at Postmasters,
through Mar. 11
54 Franklin Street
In "HongKong Boyhood," his twelfth solo show at Postmasters, painter David Diao (b. 1943) evokes a lasting sense of personal and cultural dislocation induced by early ruptures in his upbringing. At age six, he fled Communist takeover of his family home in…Read more


David Reed

at Gagosian,
through Feb. 25
980 Madison Avenue
A 1975 exhibition of brushwork paintings by David Reed, originally presented at Susan Caldwell Gallery in SoHo, has been re-staged at Gagosian’s uptown outpost. If you are interested in the development of abstract painting, this show pinpoints an innovati…Read more

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at the Jewish Museum,
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at the American Folk Art Museum,
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Peter Voulkos

at the Museum of Arts and Design,
through Mar. 25
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at The Center for Italian Modern Art,
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