Art In America

Yevgeniya Baras

Yevgeniya Baras’s “All Inside of Itself, Close” was the artist’s second solo exhibition in New York and her first with Nicelle Beauchene. Displaying tight compositions and keyed-up color, the fourteen untitled paintings on view (all 2016) demonstrate...

Emily Mae Smith

Emily Mae Smith’s first solo show at Laurel Gitlen, titled “Medusa,” pumped new blood into the ongoing conversation that many contemporary artists have with Pop art, in particular its glamour finish and populist appeal. The crisply imagined paintings...

Jim Lee

"Jim Lee and the Cream Tones," the artist's third solo show of abstract paintings at Nicelle Beauchene, demonstrated the almost musical way in which Lee riffs on colors, forms and materials from one work to the next.

Jane Corrigan

In her first solo show at Kerry Schuss, the Canadian-born, New York-based painter Jane Corrigan (b. 1980) exhibited eight oil-on-linen works (all 2014) that depict women of indeterminate ages wearing sporty clothing, such as track jackets, gym shorts...

Greg Parma Smith

Greg Parma Smith's painted realism is perversely synthetic and immaculately crafted. In his first solo show at David Lewis Gallery, titled "Melancholy," Smith presented two series of paintings—"Door gods (origami paper)" and "God of doors (Janus...

Matt Connors

A freestanding, 14-foot-tall, canary yellow wall greeted visitors to Matt Connors's third solo show, "Machines," at Canada. 

Dale Henry

The Clocktower Gallery, one of Manhattan's oldest alternative art spaces, returned to its roots last fall for a retrospective of Dale Henry (1931-2011), the final exhibition to be held at its downtown address.

Scott Reeder

A disarming honesty permeated Scott Reeder's first exhibition at Lisa Cooley, from its folksy title "People Call Me Scott" to its lineup of 30 small, bright acrylic paintings of stenciled word combinations.

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