Art In America

Jane DeBevoise is the chair and Michelle Wong is a researcher at Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong. Here, they recall their favorite 2014 exhibitions from the "Pearl of the Orient." “Great Crescent: Art and Agitation in the 1960s—Japan, South Korea, andRead more

Julia Peyton-Jones is co-director of London's Serpentine Gallery. Here, she recalls her favorite 2014 exhibitions from England's capital.Steve McQueen, "Ashes," at Thomas Dane Gallery This memorable exhibition presented two new works. Ashes (2014) is…Read more

Connie Butler is the chief curator at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. With critic Michael Ned Holte, she co-curated the second "Made in L.A." biennial this year. Here, she recalls her top shows (and a performance) from 2014 in the City of…Read more

Simon Castets is director of New York's Swiss Institute. Here, he recalls his favorite Gotham exhibitions of 2104."Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter," at New York University's 80WSE This show reflected on the unique position that…Read more

"Szalon" at the Logan Center for the ArtsCurator Monika Szewczyk's exhibition  at the University of Chicago's Logan Center initiated a rich, open-ended conversation between over 60 works of art, from Gabrielle Garland's wonky oil interiors and Ramyar…Read more

  Frieze New York has announced the galleries that will show at the fourth edition of the fair (May 14-17, 2015). Nearly 200 galleries will participate, approximately the same number as last year. About 30 percent are from New York. Exhibitors hail from…Read more

To mark the passing of painter Jane Freilicher (1924-2014), A.i.A. offers poet John Ashbery's review of a Freilicher show at New York's Fischbach Gallery, published in our May-June 1975 issue.Jane Freilicher showed paintings of the landscape outside her…Read more

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