Art In America

Wish You Were There

When—as a Halloween prank—the painter Charles Clough installed a bright orange masonite arrow on the façade of the venerable Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, just below the neoclassical caryatids, it represented, he says, "my guerilla action,...

Julian Hoeber

During its run at the Hammer Museum this winter, Julian Hoeber’s Demon Hill (2010) attracted around 17,000 visitors, something of a record for the Hammer Projects series. On the second floor of the museum, Hoeber installed his version of the small...

Anish Kapoor

Ever since the Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor emerged in the early 1980s, success has quickly followed on success. The early geometric forms made of powdered pigment, followed by solid sculptures and reliefs featuring deep “voids” or mirrored...

Thomas Houseago

Thomas Houseago’s first U.S. solo exhibition, “Serpent,” was a promising start for David Kordansky’s new digs in Culver City.

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