Art In America

Kindling

Louise Lawler's current exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York focuses on her long-standing practice of photographically re-presenting the work of other artists, often in domestic settings or unexpected combinations––an approach many...

Elias Sime

Ethiopian artist Elias Sime has long use reclaimed materials—yarn, buttons, building supplies, bottle caps, electronic waste—in his large-scale collages and mixed-medium sculptures. He sources the e-waste from recycling markets in his hometown of...

Lygia Clark

Lygia Clark's first show at Luhring Augustine—which earlier this year announced co-representation of the late Brazilian artist with London's Alison Jacques Gallery—is a coda of sorts to her sprawling retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in summer...

Sara Cwynar

Despite having been around for centuries, rose gold (the metal alloy) has enjoyed a boost in popularity in recent years. It was Pantone’s color of the year (well, one of two) in 2015, and was offered as an iPhone color option in 2016. The warm pink...

Poems Without Words

With a 1975 series of stacked-line compositions, the painter David Reed began to garner recognition from critics and peers alike. Now those legendary works from his first solo exhibition are on view again, raising intriguing questions about cultural...

Lygia Pape

The title of Lygia Pape’s retrospective at the Met Breuer, “A Multitude of Forms,” is a bit dry but technically accurate, considering the endlessly experimental nature of the Brazilian modernist’s fifty-year career. The show includes many examples of...

Robert Frank

In 2009, Kazuhiko Motomura (a Japanese tax officer and longtime Robert Frank fan) published a portfolio of the complete contact sheets from Frank’s legendary photography book, The Americans, first published in France in 1958 and in the US a year...

Leonhard Hurzlmeier

The German painter Leonhard Hurzlmeier has spent most of his young career depicting women. “All New Women,” his current show at Rachel Uffner (his first in the States) follows “New Women” and “Latest Women,” both at Munich galleries. These colorful,...

Loie Hollowell

For her first exhibition at Feuer/Mesler and second solo presentation in New York, painter Loie Hollowell hewed to a personal vocabulary of forms—almonds, bullet-shaped protuberances, slender-peaked droplets, and highly modeled gentle curves with...

Kader Attia

Berlin- and Paris-based Kader Attia’s labyrinthine video installation Reason’s Oxymorons (2015) is a forbidding artwork to enter. The eighteen videos are shown on monitors in individual cubicles, the dark gray shoulder-high walls and sound-muffling...

Surreal Cairo

In Egypt during World War II, a large group of artists embraced the international Surrealist movement, creating locally inflected artworks and manifestos fully abreast of Western aesthetics and theory.

Rita Lundqvist

Often a novel or a collection of short stories can make you imagine the illustrations that would suit the text. The fourteen paintings (all 2016) in Rita Lundqvist’s show have a similar, yet opposite, effect: you can’t help but wonder what narratives...

Louise Bourgeois

Who knew Louise Bourgeois made holograms? If you saw the New Museum’s 2012 show “Pictures from the Moon,” you may have spied a pair of the sculptor’s rarely exhibited holographic plates, both showing vacant chairs that look like they were captured in...

Pamela Rosenkranz

Anyone can make gestural paintings and installations of green and blue lights, but only Pamela Rosenkranz’s unsettling environments would refer to a substance as specific and obscure as the green blood found in certain species of worms living in the...

William Eggleston

Over the summer David Zwirner made waves by luring William Eggleston—one of the first photographers to show color prints at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and a pioneer of the medium—away from Gagosian. A few months later, Zwirner has filled the...

Michael DeLucia

CAD drawings of such mundane items as a dustpan, a tissue box, and a T-bone steak may not sound like the kind of material that lends itself to a riveting gallery exhibition. But Michael DeLucia’s new prints (all 2016) are as intricately composed as...

Jessica Mein

Buenos Aires-based artist Jessica Mein's last show at the gallery, in 2013, referenced neglected billboards—both their structural frameworks and graphic imagery—in colorful abstract canvases and sculptures. Mein's latest body of work, "Desvios"...

McDermott & McGough

McDermott & McGough's almost four-decade-long dedication to their own highly idiosyncratic personal and artistic style-dapper, Victorian, really queer-is so deep-rooted that the duo famously lived in a home with no electric light or plumbing. The...

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