For her first solo exhibition in the U.S., Scottish artist Morag Keil presented a meditation on property and authorship in the digital age.
Brooklyn-based sculptor Lionel Maunz is particularly attentive to the way architectural space shapes physical experience, as is evident both in the content of his sculptures and in their installation.
From his structural films of the 1960s and '70s through his architectural painting installations begun in the '90s, Santa Monica-based artist Morgan Fisher has continuously probed the nature of perception and representation.
For his first exhibition in New York, Florian Meisenberg confronted the enduring predicament of the supposed death of painting with an installation that paired new paintings with recent digital videos.
Visitors to Arthur Ou's second New York solo exhibition may have been surprised to encounter a room lined with paintings.