Art In America

William Cordova

A maze-like construction of wooden two-by-fours fills the main gallery of “Smoke Signals: Sculpting in Time,” William Cordova’s third solo exhibition at Sikkema Jenkins.  Around the periphery of the structure, one encounters a multitude of artworks...

artBO Returns with Fresh Latin American Offerings

Although our press junket's motorcade was delayed by that of the First Lady of Colombia, the ninth edition of artBO (Bogotá International Art Fair, through Oct. 28) was much less star-spangled than any of the Basels or Friezes. There was no Jay-Z,...

William Cordova

The elegantly subversive art of Peruvian-born William Cordova reflects his South American background and his sociopolitical concerns, as well as the physical and emotional consequences of a transient childhood spent shuttling between Lima and Miami.

Luis Gispert

Luis Gispert’s first solo museum exhibition, at MOCA’s Goldman Warehouse annex, was an overview of his work from the past decade. Curated by museum director Bonnie Clearwater, the show contained a broad array of large-scale photos, films, sculptures...

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