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January 2015 Exhibition Reviews

Art criticism from around the world, published in this month's print edition

Selected reviews from the January 2015 issue of ARTnews follow below. All of the reviews are available in the print edition of the magazine, which is on newsstands January 1.

Chris Ofili, Confession (Lady Chancellor), 2007, oil on linen, 110⅝" x 76¾". ©CHRIS OFILI/COURTESY THE ARTIST, DAVID ZWIRNER, NEW YORK AND LONDON, AND VICTORIA MIRO, LONDON/PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Chris Ofili, Confession (Lady Chancellor), 2007, oil on linen, 110⅝" x 76¾".

©CHRIS OFILI/COURTESY THE ARTIST, DAVID ZWIRNER, NEW YORK AND LONDON, AND VICTORIA MIRO, LONDON/PRIVATE EUROPEAN COLLECTION

New York

  • Chris Ofili at New Museum, October 29 – January 25, by Kim Levin
  • Ryoji Ikeda at Salon 94 (October 20 – 31), Times Square Midnight Moment (October 1 – 31), and Metropolitan Museum of Art (October 17 – 18), by Alexa Lawrence
  • Lee Krasner and Norman Lewis at Jewish Museum, September 12 – February 1, by Mona Molarsky
  • Marisol at El Museo del Barrio, October 9 – January 10, by Cynthia Nadelman
  • Rob Pruitt at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, September 13 – October 2, by Kim Levin
  • Chris Martin at Anton Kern, October 9 – November 15, by Christopher French
  • Sarah McEneaney at Tibor de Nagy, October 16 – November 2, by Stephen Maine
  • Hans Haacke at Paula Cooper, October 25 – December 13, by Barbara A. MacAdam
  • Shai Kremer at Julie Saul, September 4 – October 25, by Sarah Coleman
  • Genieve Figgis at Half Gallery, September 15 – October 25, by Alfred Mac Adam
  • Dina Kelberman at CUE Art Foundation, September 6 – October 18, by Barbara Pollack
  • Philippe Weisbecker at Zieher Smith & Horton, September 4 – October 4, by Susan Harris
  • Maurice Golubov at Levis Fine Art, September 18 – october 15, by Charles Ruas
  • Ezra Johnson at Freight + Volume, October 2 – November 1, by Stephen Maine
  • “Garden of Unearthly Delights” at Japan Society, October 10 – January 11, by Stefanie Waldek
Nicole Eisenman, The Triumph of Poverty, 2009, oil on canvas, 65" x 82". COURTESY THE ARTIST/DR. THOMAS J. HUERTER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA

Nicole Eisenman, The Triumph of Poverty, 2009, oil on canvas, 65" x 82".

COURTESY THE ARTIST/DR. THOMAS J. HUERTER, OMAHA, NEBRASKA

National

Joseph Kosuth, "O. & A./F!D! (TO I.K. AND G.F.)", 1987, print photograph, dimensions variable. ©BELVEDERE, VIENNA/©2014 BILDRECHT, VIENNA/COURTESY SIGMUND FREUD MUSEUM, VIENNA

Joseph Kosuth, “O. & A./F!D! (TO I.K. AND G.F.)”, 1987, print photograph, dimensions variable.

©BELVEDERE, VIENNA/©2014 BILDRECHT, VIENNA/COURTESY SIGMUND FREUD MUSEUM, VIENNA

International

  • Simone Forti at Museum de Moderne, Salzburg, July 18 – November 9, by Helen Young Chang
  • “Sigmund Freud & the Play on the Burden of Representation” at 21er Haus, Vienna, September 19 – January 11, by Helen Young Chang
  • Gustave Courbet at Musée Rath, Geneva (September 5 – January 4), and Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel (September 7 – January 18), by Mary Krienke
  • Roman Ondák at kurimanzutto, Mexico City, September 19 – November 1, by Chris Sharp
  • Julia Dault at Power Plant, Toronto, September 20 – January 4, by Bill Clarke

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