Art In America

Duane Linklater

"Learning," Duane Linklater's first exhibition at Susan Hobbs Gallery, takes its title from a print by the celebrated Ojibwa artist Benjamin Chee Chee.

Althea Thauberger

The full title of Althea Thauberger's video installation at the Power Plant takes on the quality of a mise en abyme as it sets and resets the historical scene: The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the...

Dayanita Singh

Delhi-based photographer Dayanita Singh's exhibition "File Museum" saw her constructing a new architecture of display while returning to the black-and-white format she is best known for.

Ed Atkins

It was not immediately obvious that the HD video in Ed Atkins's brilliant new Chisenhale commission was, as the press materials described it, a "dialogue between two c adavers."

Edmund de Waal

Art collector and critic Charles Ephrussi (1849-1905), as his descendant Edmund de Waal explains in his memoir, The Hare with Amber Eyes (2010), knew how “to spend time with a picture.”

Nathan Coley

A Place Beyond Belief (2012), the central work of Nathan Coley's eponymous exhibition in London, recalls a similar text-based piece shown, among other locations, at Tate Liverpool in 2007, when the Glasgow-based artist was nominated for the Turner...

Sarah Sze

The central theme of Sarah Sze's second solo exhibition at Victoria Miro was experimentation. Sze, who will represent the U.S. at the 2013 Venice Biennale, staged a series of encounters between scientific inquiry and the artistic process,...

Julia Dault

Recently, Toronto dealer Jessica Bradley opened a second gallery in the city's industrial Junction neighborhood, a venue larger than her storefront on Dundas Street West. The seven abstract paintings and two site-specific sculptures comprising...

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