Art In America

The Medium and the Message: Monika Grzymala at the Morgan

The petal-like sheets of paper seem to stream through the Gilbert Court of New York's Morgan Library & Museum. They appear to linger at the south side of the glass-enclosed atrium for a moment before drifting upwards, peaking just inches from the...

An American Way of Seeing: Walker Evans's American Photographs

Photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975) captured the mere surface of an interwar America in his prints-earnest sharecroppers singing hymns, a automobile graveyard, the grim facade of a boarding house in New Orleans. Evans memorialized all of these...

Rotten Tomatoes? Andrew Kuo at Marlborough

The 11 acrylic paintings on view reveal the Queens-born Kuo to be a master craftsman of Euclidian geometry, a charmer of pigment and a doyenne of merciless self-reflection.

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