Art In America

Sonia Almeida

In the 18th century, Isaac Newton posited that color is a scientific property of light, existing outside of the human body. 

Amy Sillman

In a zine reproduced in the appendix of the catalogue for "Amy Sillman: one lump or two," the artist has scrawled in shaky cursive the words of composer Arnold Schoenberg: "I have no objection at all to being lumped together with all the rest."

Roxana Perez-Mendez

Roxana Pérez-Méndez’s installation at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts began with sly theatricality: the gallery entrance was half-covered by a thick red drape swagged open to one side, very like the red curtain hoisted by Charles Willson...

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