Art of the City


Art of the City Artists

‘It Takes a While to Figure Out Who You Really Are’: Artist Paul McMahon on His Curious Menagerie of a Career


Art of the City

Touch of Evil: Danh Vo’s Guggenheim Show Is a Masterful, Timely Examination of Recent History


Art of the City

‘Speak Boldly When They Question You’: At the Kitchen, a Moving and Multifarious Tribute to Composer Julius Eastman


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Bathroom as Site: A Brief, Incomplete History of Lavatorial Exhibitions


Art of the City Reviews

The Road Less Traveled: A Few Reviews From Slightly Out-of-the-Way Galleries


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Crowd Control: Xavier Cha Channels Unseen Forces at 47 Canal


Art of the City

Big Heat: The Bronx Museum Champions the Brave, Unflinching Martin Wong


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Solo Shows: The Curious Magic of One-Work Exhibitions


Art of the City Reviews

PS1’s Sprawling ‘Greater New York’ Show Broadens Its Purview, With Mixed Results


Art of the City Artists

‘The Thrilling Feeling of Creating Light’: Jacqueline Humphries on Her Recent Work


Art of the City

Open Season: Ron Nagle Stuns, Will Ryman Strikes Out, and More


Art of the City Artists

Pregnant With Meaning: Keith Edmier on Aphrodite, Handbags, and Al Gore


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‘Don’t Be Intimidated About Anything’: Carmen Herrera at 100


Art of the City Reviews

The Whitney Opens With a Winner