Art In America

Not Vital

The sculptor Not Vital has traveled widely and exhibited often since the early 1970s, living a peripatetic life that nurtures his art-making.

Pierre Ardouvin

Spanning the past twenty years of his career, a survey exhibition of work by the French artist Pierre Ardouvin, now sixty-one, occupied the cavernous fourteen-thousand-square-foot front gallery of the MAC VAL, a contemporary museum just south of...

Carol Rama

“The Passion According to Carol Rama” is the largest show to date of the Italian artist, with over 200 paintings, watercolors, prints, and sculptures made between 1936 and 2005.


The sculptures of Takis (born Panayiotis Vassilakis) have waned from view over the past 20 years. Now, simultaneous exhibitions—a compact one at the Menil Collection in Houston and a comprehensive one at the cavernous Palais de Tokyo in Paris—offer...

Mike Kelley

The first large-scale, posthumous museum show of Mike Kelley's raucous work, curated by Ann Goldstein at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, is traveling east to west.  

Simon Starling: Making Connections

A connoisseur of truths that are stranger than fiction, Starling makes engrossingly complex installations that have lately been seen in Paris, Pougues-les-Eaux and New York. 

Giuseppe Gabellone

The 35-year-old Italian sculptor Giuseppe Gabellone consistently confounds expectations. He often fashions pieces in surprising ways, for example press-molding a series of ukiyo-e-inspired reliefs in a silvery substance that turns out to be a mixture...

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