Art In America

ICP Triennial

Organized by four of the museum's curators, the ICP's "A Different Kind of Order" includes work incorporating photography, film and video by 28 artists, many of whom came of age in an environment inundated with readily accessible digital media. Most...

David Horvitz and Penelope Umbrico

The strength of this exhibition is its provisional feel. Printouts of web pages are tacked to the wall, photographs are poised in corners and stacks of Polaroids of cats are scattered throughout the gallery. In their individual practices, Horvitz and...

Kelly Heaton

Most electronic art aims to blow you away with some kind of hyper-intense audio-visual experience. By contrast, the analog electronic circuitry in Kelly Heaton's "The Parallel Series" helps lull viewers into a quiet meditative trance. Many of...

Joshua Neustein

Joshua Neustein's latest show, authoritatively titled "Boss," offers new takes on the artist's long-standing interest in deconstruction and restructuring. Plastic tarps, initially used by Neustein to catch spilled paint in his studio, appear in...

Mary Lucier

At the heart of Mary Lucier's current show is the spellbinding 26-minute video Wisconsin Arc (2009-13). Nearly half of it is devoted to a looping, multiply layered slow-motion clip of three people walking along the shore of Lake Michigan on a gray...

Lucien Smith

Lucien Smith pays homage to the grit and dirt of his city in A Clean Sweep at Suzanne Geiss Company. Walking through a room-sized installation of freestanding brooms feels like navigating the set of a grimy, urban version of a Disney musical. In an...

David Salle

Back in the 1980s, the paintings of David Salle were the essence of hip postmodernism, flagrantly offending any lingering proponents of a modernist era who would have insisted that the creation of an image should be synony­mous with the authentic...

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

This week we check out Mary Weatherford's literally electric painting/neon hybrids at Brennan & Griffin, Michelle Stewart's mysterious and engaging photo grids at Leslie Tonkonow, and a well-curated show of art made by American artists based in...

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

With an ever-growing number of galleries scattered around New York, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? Here at A.i.A., we are always on the hunt for thought-provoking, clever and memorable shows that stand out in a crowded field. Below...

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

With an ever-growing number of galleries scattered around New York, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? Here at A.i.A., we are always on the hunt for thought-provoking, clever and memorable shows that stand out in a crowded field. Below...

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

This week we check out Holly Zausner's film and related photo-collages at Postmasters, Christian Jankowski's prank-filled but poignant show at Friedrich Petzel and Patrick Lundeen's large, masklike constructions at Mike Weiss.

The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss

This week we check out Matthew Higgs's generation- and genre-spanning group show of abstract art at James Cohan, an intimate exhibition of Luther Price's grim slide projections and prints at Calliccoon Fine Art, and Kehinde Wiley's ornate, large-scale...

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