Art In America

Bradford Young

Bradford Young's three-channel film Bynum Cutler, installed at the Bethel Tabernacle AME Church in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, was presented as one of four site-specific works making up "Black Radical Brooklyn: Funkgodjazzmedicine," a group exhibition...

“The Shadows Took Shape”

John Akomfrah's 1996 documentary The Last Angel of History begins with a man standing in a flooded, sun-filled trailer park narrating the legendary tale of blues musician Robert Johnson's life. Johnson is said to have traded his soul for the spirit of...

Pablo Helguera

For the exhibition "Librería Donceles," Pablo Helguera installed a functioning Spanish-language used-book store in the large front room at Kent Fine Art.

Francis Cape

The exhibition "Utopian Benches" was wood-craftsman-cum-installation-artist Francis Cape's sixth solo at Murray Guy.

Open Work in Latin America, New York & Beyond

"Open Work in Latin America, New York & Beyond: Conceptualism Revisited, 1967-1978," at Hunter's Leubsdorf Gallery, brought together 36 South and North American Conceptualists whose widespread creative activities converged intermittently in...

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