Art In America

Katharina Grosse

Since the late 1990s, German painter Katharina Grosse has worked almost exclusively with industrial spray guns in lieu of brushes, applying vibrant fields of atomized acrylic to virtually any available surface.

Diane Simpson

Though Diane Simpson (b. 1935) has been exhibiting steadily in and around her native Chicago since the late 1970s, until recently her work was largely unseen outside of the Midwest.

Edi Rama

“All artists are alike,” Dan Graham once said. “They all dream of doing something that’s more social, more collaborative, and more real than art.” Few contemporary artists, however, have followed this desire to act outside the narrow confines of the...

Karin Schneider

For her first exhibition at Dominique Lévy, “Situational Diagram,” Karin Schneider filled both floors of the gallery’s Upper East Side town house with variations on the theme of the black monochrome. For these works (all 2016), Schneider employed a...

Alicja Kwade

Alicja Kwade’s “I Rise Again, Changed but the Same,” her first exhibition at 303 Gallery, comprised an assortment of formal pairings and doppelgängers, with similar objects and materials recurring as the installation unfolded. Dead leaves that flanked...

Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman has come full circle in her new body of work, returning to the trope of the actress performing for the camera, a tacit allusion to the series that made her an art star, the “Untitled Film Stills.” She completed that series in 1980, the...

Overview: From The Margins

In a 2009 Tate roundtable discussion, curator Anda Rottenberg, formerly the director of Warsaw’s ZachÄ™ta—National Gallery of Art, remarked on the fate of Polish art in the aftermath of 1989, pointedly noting that the wave of enthusiasm for artists...

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