New York’s Shrine gallery has a handful of formidable paintings by the late self-taught Mississippi-based painter Mary Tillman Smith. This one, whose figure looks about ready to reach off the canvas and grab you, is dated circa 1980s.
At Dallas Art Fair, Dealers Play Their Hand Deep in the Heart of Texas
Muses: Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan on Yayoi Kusama, Crime Fiction, and Vija Celmins
Bodies of Work: In Washington, Big-Ticket Blockbusters, a Bracing Permanent Collection Hang, Anne Truitt, and the Museum of the Bible