Author Archives: Lilly Wei


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Michelle Stuart, Maroc Shoes, 2015, archival inkjet photograph on Hahnemühle paper, 12 x 18 inches. COURTESY THE ARTIST

Atlas of Memory: Michelle Stuart and Jill Baroff at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York

‘Theatre of Memory: Photographic Works,” Michelle Stuart’s engrossing and elegant exhibition (through June 26), ably organized by curator and critic Gregory Volk, spotlights a lesser-known aspect of this Land Art pioneer’s practice. The recent installations are prefaced by a pair … Read More


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The Propeller Group, The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music, 2014, single-channel projection, 25 minutes, 15 seconds. MAX YAWNEY/©THE PROPELLER GROUP/COURTESY JAMES COHAN, NEW YORK

Where the Dead Don’t Stay Dead: The Propeller Group at James Cohan, New York

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Yun-Fei Ji, After the First Seventh Day (detail), 2016, ink and watercolor on Xuan paper, suite of three scrolls: two measuring 17 inches x 10 feet, one measuring 17 inches x 15 feet. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND JAMES COHAN, NEW YORK

Ghostly Tales: Yun-Fei Ji at Wellin Museum, Clinton, New York

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Performance view of Ricardo Calero’s Opera Calero, at the Industrial Art Biennial, 2016. COURTESY IAB

Industrial Art Biennial 2016, Labin, Croatia

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Gego, Dibujo sin papel 88/28, 1988, 
steel rods and wires, 55½" x 31⅛" x 5¾". TOM POWEL IMAGING, INC./©FUNDACIÓN GEGO/COURTESY DOMINIQUE LÉVY, NEW YORK AND LONDON

Gego at Dominique Lévy

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Wael Shawky at MoMA PS1

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Idris Khan at Sean Kelly

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Sarah Charlesworth, Doubleworld, 1995, Cibachrome print, 51" x 41". COURTESY THE ESTATE OF SARAH CHARLESWORTH AND MACCARONE GALLERY, NEW YORK

Sarah Charlesworth at New Museum

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James Prosek, Passenger Pigeon and Wild Grapes, 2014, oil and acrylic on panel, 24" x 19".  ARGENIS APOLINARIO/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND LESLIE FEELY, NEW YORK

James Prosek at Leslie Feely

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Magali Reus, “Spring for a Ground,” 2015, installation view. JASON MANDELLA/COURTESY THE ARTIST; THE APPROACH, LONDON; AND FREYMOND-GUTH ARTS, ZURICH

Magali Reus at SculptureCenter

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Carlo Ferraris, Behind a rolling ball comes a running child (still), 2013, HD color-and-sound video, 1 minute, 23 seconds.COURTESY LYNCH THAM, NEW YORK

Carlo Ferraris at Lynch Tham

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2015 Venice Biennale Features
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Poland’s Venice Pavilion Explores Haiti’s Polish Connection

C. T. Jasper and Joanna Malinowska create a cross-cultural universe inspired by ‘Fitzcarraldo’ Read More


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Stephen Antonakos, Untitled Cut, AP#7, 1977, China marker on paper with cut edges, 15½" x 15½". JEFFREY STURGES, NEW YORK/COURTESY THE ESTATE OF THE ARTIST AND LORI BOOKSTEIN FINE ART, NEW YORK

Stephen Antonakos at Lori Bookstein Fine Art

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Features
Shaun Gladwell, Double Field / Viewfinder
(Tarin Kowt), 2009–10.COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND ANNA SCHWARTZ GALLERY AUSTRALIA/ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA/ DONATED THROUGH THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT’S CULTURAL GIFTS PROGRAM/PRIVATE COLLECTION

Art Made in Harm’s Way

From war zones to natural disasters, many artists are seduced by extreme conditions Read More