Art In America

Mark Bradford Brings Mainstream to the Fringe

Mark Bradford's mid-career survey is a comprehensive collection of the last ten years of his monumental paintings and speculative multimedia work. The imposing exhibition spreads throughout the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art [through June 17] and...

Q+A: Weston Teruya's Fragile Spaces

In the Downey suburb of Los Angeles, the Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall is surrounded on three sides by a public golf course. It is these kinds of unlikely juxtapositions-and the ways in which communities and individuals navigate them-that motivated...

Jerome Reyes

Jerome Reyes' first solo exhibition, "Until Today: Spectres of the International Hotel" is ambitious on a monumental scale, bringing together sculpture, drawing, indoor and outdoor installations, public programming, archives, and video. Curated by...

Youngsuk Suh

Youngsuk Suh's solo exhibition, "Wildfires," features photographs of the California landscape during the brushfires of 2008–09. The dozen wide-format photographs feature monumental landscapes where his subjects often gather to work, swim, boat, and...

Black is Beautiful: Hank Willis Thomas

In the wildly popular television drama about advertising executives in 1960's Manhattan, Mad Men, the main character Donald Draper tells one of his mistresses, "the love you want was created by guys like me ... to sell nylons." Images in mainstream...

History in the Making: Titus Kaphar Cuts up to Rebuild

History has a certain way of being selfish-the past is often understood through its inequities and linear narratives, static lines marching forward that are capped by dates, deaths, and wars -- by way of the winners and occasionally, the losers.

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