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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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Installation view of "Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony," 2016, at the Noguchi Museum. GENEVIEVE HANSON

Tea With Satire: Tom Sachs at Noguchi Museum, New York

Through July 24 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

Through May 15 Read More


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Lawren Harris, Isolation Peak, ca. 1929, oil on canvas. ©FAMILY OF LAWREN S. HARRIS/COURTESY MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON/HART HOUSE PERMANENT COLLECTION, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, PURCHASED BY THE HART HOUSE ART COMMITTEE WITH INCOME FROM THE HAROLD AND MURRAY WRONG MEMORIAL FUND, 1946

Northern Exposure: Steve Martin Resurrects Lawren Harris at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Through June 12 Read More


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Allen Jones, Male Female Diptych, 1965, oil on canvas. HIRSHHORN MUSEUM AND SCULPTURE GARDEN, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, WASHINGTON D.C.

Sexier Than City Buses: Allen Jones at Michael Werner Gallery, New York

Through May 28 Read More


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John Houck, Box of Transitional Objects, 2016, archival pigment print, 24 x 30 inches. COURTESY ON STELLAR RAYS

Where the Line Leads: John Houck at On Stellar Rays

Through May 22 Read More


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Hieronymus Bosch, The Hay Wain (open), ca. 1515, oil on panel. RIK KLEIN GOTINK AND ROBERT G. ERDMANN FOR THE BOSCH RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION PROJECT/MUSEO NACIONAL DEL PRADO, MADRID

A Passion for Hell: Hieronymus Bosch at Noordbrabants Museum, the Netherlands

Unlike such exhibitions as Edgar Degas at the Museum of Modern Art and van Gogh at the Art Institute of Chicago, which were assembled oceans away from the environments that nurtured the painters, the show devoted to Hieronymus Bosch at … Read More


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Ryan McNamara's performance Battleground, 2016, premiered last night at the Guggenheim. JACKLYN MEDUGA

A Fight at the Museum: Ryan McNamara Brings Battling Dance Troupes to the Guggenheim

Last night, Ryan McNamara staged a turf war at the Guggenheim. Three trios had an hour-long dance-off that took place in the museum’s basement, in a new performance called Battleground (2016), and the audience was left to pick the winner. … Read More


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Danny Fields, "Ramones in alley behind CBGB," 1977.COURTESY THE ARTIST

It’s Alive! The Ramones Prove Too Tough to Die at the Queens Museum

“Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: The Ramones and the Birth of Punk” is at the Queens Museum for a reason—all four of the original Ramones grew up in the same eight-or-ten-block patch of that borough. So to get in the mood … Read More


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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

Through July 2 Read More


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The exterior of SFMOMA. HENRIK KAM

With Its New Building, SFMOMA Cements a Place on the World Stage

Pop open the champagne and ignite the fireworks! The staff of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art deserves to celebrate. Their $305 million expansion and renovation project, designed by the Norwegian firm Snøhetta, is a triumph. They have completed a building … Read More


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Installation view of Ed Atkins's video Performance Capture, 2015–16. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GAVIN BROWN'S ENTERPRISE/JASON MANDELLA

The Man Behind the Screen: Ed Atkins at the Kitchen, New York

Through May 14 Read More


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David Reed, "New Paintings," 2016, installation view, at Peter Blum Gallery. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND PETER BLUM GALLERY

Baroque Noir: David Reed at Peter Blum Gallery, New York

Through June 25 Read More


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Chris Foss, Asteroid Collision, 1980, acrylic on board. COURTESY PIVOT ART + CULTURE

The Earthlings’ Imprint: ‘Imagined Futures’ at Pivot Art + Culture, Seattle

Through July 10 Read More