Reviews


Reviews

Ignorance Isn’t Bliss: A Scattershot Bienal de São Paulo Is Out of Sync with Today’s Brazil


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The Phantom of Gwangju: Historical and Political Specters at the 2018 Biennale


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Gone to Market: In David Zwirner Show, Kerry James Marshall Ponders Whether Artworks Are Fated to Become Commodities


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Fertile Ground: Huma Bhabha, Joan Jonas, Maren Hassinger, and Naima Green in Parks and Art Spaces Around New York


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The World Catches Up to Bruce Nauman: A Review of His Retrospective at the Schaulager


2018 Carnegie International Reviews

Labors of Love: The 2018 Carnegie International Is Buoyant, Beautiful, and Strangely Conservative


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Labor of Love: Robert Indiana Retrospective Dazzles at Albright-Knox Gallery


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Heroes Need Not Apply: At a Pointed Berlin Biennale, Questions Over What It Means to Be Courageous


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Front International 2018 Reviews

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Stranger Things: A Ghostly Fog of Mysticism Hangs Over Exhibitions Around Mexico City


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Reply All: Exhibitions Around Boston Survey Connectivity in the Digital Age


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Wish You Were Here: Spring Shows in New York, from Doug Aitken to Quay Quinn Wolf


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Amie Cunat Imbues Shaker Craftsmanship with Political Import at Victori+Mo