Delhi-based photographer Dayanita Singh's exhibition "File Museum" saw her constructing a new architecture of display while returning to the black-and-white format she is best known for.
“Cold Blood” (all works 2012) was the young British artist Alice Channer’s first solo exhibition in New York and, in the manner of many of her peers, she offered less a display of individual objects than an overall atmosphere. Also, as is common today, much of the essential information about the work could not be determined from looking alone.
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Since Pakistani artist Ambreen Butt adopted Boston as her home in the 1990s, she has received considerable recognition for labor-intensive, painted self-portraits, which combine feminist and political polemics with techniques of traditional Persian miniatures.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Seductive and unabashedly narrative, Sharon Kopriva’s first full-scale museum show featured some 65 works—sculptures, assemblages, paintings and drawings—created between 1982 and 2012. Kopriva (b. 1948) gained widespread recognition when Walter Hopps curated a solo exhibition of her work at the Menil Collection in 2000.
Christie's contemporary art sale last night achieved the highest total in auction history at $495 mill… Read More
Cornelia Butler, named in April as co-curator with Michael Ned Holte of the upcoming Hammer biennial … Read More
Currently on view in the group show "Redux" at New York's Cristin Tierney Gallery (through Feb. 4) are two works by Joe Fig, both related to his 200