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Edgar Degas, Forest in the Mountains, ca. 1890, monotype in oil on paper, 11¾ x 15¾ inches. MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, LOUISE REINHARDT SMITH BEQUEST

Intimate Impressions: MoMA’s ‘Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty’ Is a Sumptuous Feast for the Eyes

Through July 24 Read More


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Tacita Dean, Portraits, 2016, 16mm color film, optical sound, 16 minutes, installation view. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY

Tacita Dean at Marian Goodman, New York

Through April 23 Read More


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Karen Kilimnik, thank you, I'm rested now. I'll have the lobster today, thank you, 2016,collage on paper, 16¼ x 13¼ inches, framed. ©KAREN KILIMNIK/COURTESY 303 GALLERY, NEW YORK

Karen Kilimnik at 303, New York

Through April 9 Read More


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Installation view of "Sectional Planes and Driftloaves: Michelle Segre," 2016, showing, from left, Untitled (Red Triangle), 2016, and Porous, Porous, 2014. STUDIO LHOOQ

Michelle Segre at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Philadelphia

Through April 15 Read More


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Miriam Schapiro, Lady Gengi's Maze, 1972, acrylic and fabric on canvas, 72 x 80 inches. ©THE ESTATE OF MIRIAM SCHAPIRO/COURTESY ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY

Miriam Schapiro at National Academy and Eric Firestone’s Loft

Through May 8; through March 6 Read More


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Haroon Mirza, Chamber for Horwitz: Sonakinatography Transcriptions in Surround Sound, 2015, custom audio-visual device, LEDs, speakers, and foam, dimensions variable. JEFF MCLANE/COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND GHEBALY GALLERY, LOS ANGELES

Channa Horwitz and Haroon Mirza at Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

Through March 26 Read More


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Pati Hill, Understanding Your Chinese Scarf, 1983, 15 black-and-white copier prints with original mats, 48 x 98 inches, total. COURTESY ESTATE OF PATI HILL

Pati Hill at Arcadia University Art Gallery

Through April 24 Read More


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Beverly Semmes, 'Rabbit Hole,' 2016, installation view, at Susan Inglett Gallery. ADAM REICH, NYC/COURTESY SUSAN INGLETT GALLERY, NEW YORK

Beverly Semmes at Susan Inglett

Through March 12 Read More


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Marcel Broodthaers, Pense-Bête (Memory aid), 1964, books, paper, plaster, and plastic balls on wood base, 11¾ × 33¼ × 16⅞ inches. ©2016 ESTATE OF MARCEL BROODTHAERS/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/SABAM, BRUSSELS/COLLECTION FLEMISH COMMUNITY, LONG-TERM LOAN S.M.A.K.

When Is Sense Nonsense?: On Fischli/Weiss at the Guggenheim and Marcel Broodthaers at MoMA

Think and think again. Two history-engaging, European-inflected, cerebral yet very material shows in New York right now take Conceptualism from the droll (Marcel Broodthaers) to the slapstick (Fischli/Weiss), with various stops along the way. It’s the thinking person’s workout—philosophical, political, … Read More


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Installation view of "Mika Tajima: Embody," 2016, at 11R. CHARLES BENTON/COURTESY 11R

Mika Tajima at 11R

Through March 13 Read More


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Vincent van Gogh, The Bedroom, 1889. THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, HELEN BIRCH BARTLETT MEMORIAL COLLECTION

Domestic Dreams: ‘Van Gogh’s Bedrooms’ at the Art Institute of Chicago Offers a Rich Look at Three Masterworks

Through May 10 Read More


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Taryn Simon, 'Paperwork and the Will of Capital,' 2016, installation view, at Gagosian. ROBERT MCKEEVER/©TARYN SIMON/COURTESY GAGOSIAN GALLERY

Taryn Simon at Gagosian, New York

Through March 26 Read More


Artists Reviews
Jen Liu, The Machinist's Lament (still), 2014, HD video, 17 minutes, 47 seconds. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND INVISIBLE-EXPORTS

Machine Dreams and Painting’s Extremes: Matthew Weinstein on Jonathan Lasker and Jen Liu

I used to associate Jonathan Lasker’s impasto loops with the singer Regina’s twisty hair wraps in the music video for her 1986 hit single, “Baby Love.” Lasker’s 1980s paintings, like Elizabeth Murray’s, had a happy overlap with ’80s graphic design, … Read More


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Susan Smith, Red, Yellow, Blue, 2004.
Courtesy of Junior Projects.

Susan Smith at Junior Projects

Through March 5 Read More