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Barbara Kasten, Architectural Site 7, July 14, 1986, 1986, Cibachrome, 60" x 50". LOCATION: WORLD FINANCIAL CENTER, NEW YORK, NY/ARCHITECT: CÉSAR PELLI/COURTESY THE ARTIST

Barbara Kasten at Institute of Contemporary Art

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Noah Purifoy, No Contest (bicycles), 1991, assemblage sculpture, 14' x 21' x 2'. PHOTO: ©FREDRIK NILSEN; ART: ©NOAH PURIFOY FOUNDATION/COURTESY NOAH PURIFOY FOUNDATION

Noah Purifoy at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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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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Philip Evergood, The Future Belongs to Them, 1938–53, oil on canvas, 60" x 40". TIMOTHY PYLE, LIGHT BLUE STUDIO/COURTESY DEBRA FORCE FINE ART, INC.

‘The Figure in American Art: 1766 –1971’ at Debra Force Fine Art

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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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Rina Banerjee, Friendly Fire..., 2015, mixed media, 46" x 48" x 35".  ©RINA BANERJEE/COURTESY JACOB LEWIS GALLERY, NEW YORK

Rina Banerjee at Jacob Lewis

New York Read More


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Chantal Joffe, Naked Self-Portrait with Esme in a Pink Nightshirt, 2014, oil on canvas, 96⅛" x 72¼" x 1⅜". COURTESY CHEIM & READ, NEW YORK

Chantal Joffe at Cheim & Read

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Andrea Fraser, A Visit to the Sistine Chapel, 2005, color-and-sound video, 11 minutes, 57 seconds. VOICE-OVER BY OFFICIAL AUDIO-GUIDE OF THE VATICAN MUSEUMS/PRODUCED BY ANDREA FRASER AND GALLERIA BRANCOLINI GRIMALDI, ROME/COURTESY THE ARTIST

Andrea Fraser at Museum der Moderne

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Lynda Benglis, Hills and Clouds, 2014, cast phosphorescent polyurethane and stainless steel, 11' x 19' x 19'. JERRY L. THOMPSON/©LYNDA BENGLIS, LICENSED BY VAGA, NEW YORK, NY/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND CHEIM & READ, NEW YORK

Lynda Benglis at Storm King Art Center

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Piero Manzoni, Merda d’artista, 1961, tin containers and printed paper, dimensions variable. FONDAZIONE PIERO MANZONI

Piero Manzoni at Museu de Arte Moderna

São Paulo Read More


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Theaster Gates, Ground Rules (Free throw possibility), 2014, wood flooring, 147¼" x 100" x 2½". BEN WESTOBY FOR WHITE CUBE/©2014 THEASTER GATES/COURTESY WHITE CUBE, LONDON AND HONG KONG

Theaster Gates at White Cube Bermondsey

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Ken Gonzales-Day, Hands Up, 2015, C-print, 50" x 46". COURTESY LUIS DE JESUS, LOS ANGELES

Ken Gonzales-Day at Luis De Jesus

Los Angeles Read More


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Roy Lichtenstein, (L)Water Lilies- Pink Flower, 1992, Screen-printed enamel on stainless steel; (R) Water Lilies- Blue Lily Pads, 1992, Screen-printed enamel on stainless steelKATHERINE MCMAHON

At East Hampton’s Guild Hall, Roy Lichtenstein of the Great Outdoors

“Roy Lichtenstein: Between Sea and Sky” at Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York, celebrates in 31 works a subject that was dear to the Pop artist. Associated with romance- and war-themed comic book imagery that he began painting in … Read More


Artists Retrospective Reviews
Roger Brown, Landscape with Dollar Sign, 1991, oil on canvas. COURTESY DC MOORE GALLERY, NEW YORK

The American Futurist Nightmare: How Roger Brown Scared and Confounded Critics in the ’70s

Roger Brown has long been considered an important figure in the Chicago art scene, but it wasn’t until the past few years—nearly two decades after his death, at age 56, of AIDS–related causes—that his work became well-known in New York. … Read More