Art In America

Mira Schor

Mira Schor once described her use of handwriting as something that “would allow me to paint paint.” In “Paintings from the Nineties to Now,” a small survey that ranged from her signature word and punctuation pieces to recent cartoonish narratives,...

Doug Harvey

The eight mixed-medium works (all 2010) in Doug Harvey's "Unsustainable" are undeniably indebted to Rauschenberg's Combines, but the similarities are primarily formal. Where Rauschenberg transformed refuse into high art in a way that reflected...

Christopher Miles

In his first solo exhibition, L.A.-based artist Christopher Miles, perhaps better known as an independent curator and critic, filled the gallery with 16 oversize “Noggins,” glazed stoneware “heads” mounted on stainless steel poles (all...

Gegam Kacherian

In the riotous paintings on view in this show, Armenian-born Gegam Kacherian floats as rapturously through the Western art canon as he does through world cultures. The imagination, dreams and fantasy commingle with a range of painting styles to...

Virginia Katz

In 2003, Virginia Katz’s “drawings” consisted of the patterns created by waves on partially submerged paper, or by pigmented tree branches as they swayed over attached sheets of paper. In the more recent works on view in her show “Charted...

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