Art In America

Bernard Buffet's Paris retrospective revealed a multifaceted oeuvre that evokes social and psychological issues far beyond the appeal of his popular clown pictures.   Bernard Buffet (1928–1999) was once seen as the quintessential young French postwar…Read more

  British artist Ryan Gander is an ideas man. They are his métier and material, not just because he is a conceptual artist but also because he has an insatiable, childlike curiosity about everything. Arriving before Christmas at Gander's studio in a…Read more

ON JANUARY 27, barely a week into his presidency, Donald Trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. The immediate ramifications were catastrophic for refugees in…Read more

WHEN ANICKA YI began making art in her late thirties with no formal training, her entry point was unusual: a self-directed study of science. She doesn’t fully identify with the term “artist.” The art world was not her destination but simply a receptive…Read more

Exhibitions on Martin Luther and the Reformation explore authoritarianism and dissent in the first media age.   IT IS APT that in this American winter of misinformation, xenophobia, and false prophets—this winter of resistance and…Read more

David Reed exhibited a group of work in 1975 at Susan Caldwell Gallery in New York. A traveling show reunites these Brushstroke paintings for new audiences.   A Parable At the age of twenty-nine a New York artist has his first solo show. Hanging in…Read more

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