Art In America

Playing the Game: An Interview with Jomar Statkun

Fans of Jomar Statkun's work might want to make repeated visits to his first New York solo show "Project 0014," at Garis & Hahn gallery on Bowery. The exhibition (Jan. 19-Feb. 23) is divided into five "presentations," ranging from a day devoted to...

Ken Johnson Sparks Debates

 "Johnson's now infamous commentary gets at the heart of the matter--what does our society really value in terms of culture?"

Miguel Angel Rios

Miguel Angel Rios masterfully weaves the esthetic and political into forms that deliver both on equal footing. The 69-year-old artist, born in the Calchaquies Valleys of Argentina, fled to New York City in the 1970s during the country's infamous...

Rashid Johnson

RASHID JOHNSON'S ARTWORKS are meditations on the cultural phenomena that shape African-Americans as a social group. Viewers of his videos, photographs, sculptures, paintings and installations are looking at deft presentations of slippery conceptual...

Andrew Moore

There is little left unsaid about the long, slow demise of Detroit, one of America's 20th-century powerhouse manufacturing cities, now overwhelmed by blight. Founded in 1701, the city has seen its ups and downs, including the Fire of 1805 and the...

Davis Cherubini

Davis, Cherubini-the name for the ongoing collaboration of sculptors Taylor Davis and Nicole Cherubini-debuted in New York at Newman Popiashvili. Titled "Cobalt," a reference to the commonly used but highly toxic blue pigment, the exhibition was...

Grayson Cox

For his first solo exhibition at Gasser & Grunert, titled "Nudge, Nudge Me Do/////," recent Columbia University MFA Grayson Cox explored the effects of aseptic, corporatized social spaces on individual experience. The show consisted of 16 works,...

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