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Trisha Baga, MS Orlando (still), 2015, 3-D video installations, computers, and thermometer, 34 minutes, 3 seconds. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GREENE NAFTALI, NEW YORK

Trisha Baga at Greene Naftali

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Walid Raad at Museum of Modern Art

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Christopher Knowles, The Sundance Kid Is Beautiful, 2013, performance view. JULIAN MOMMERT

Christopher Knowles at Institute of Contemporary Art

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Martine Syms at Bridget Donahue

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Gego, Dibujo sin papel 88/28, 1988, 
steel rods and wires, 55½" x 31⅛" x 5¾". TOM POWEL IMAGING, INC./©FUNDACIÓN GEGO/COURTESY DOMINIQUE LÉVY, NEW YORK AND LONDON

Gego at Dominique Lévy

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Nicholas Nixon at Fraenkel Gallery

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Ushio Shinohara, Doll Festival, 1966, fluorescent paint, oil, and plastic board on plywood, 76⅛" x 154¾". ©USHIO AND NORIKO SHINOHARA/HYOGO PREFECTURAL MUSEUM OF ART, THE YAMAMURA COLLECTION

‘The World Goes Pop’ at Tate Modern

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Dan Levenson, “SKZ Painting Storage,” 2015, installation view. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GREENE NAFTALI, NEW YORK/WEST COLLECTION

Dan Levenson at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects

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Robert Overby, Loft Window, 1971, latex rubber, 113" x 60". COURTESY THE ESTATE OF ROBERT OVERBY AND ANDREW KREPS GALLERY, NEW YORK

Robert Overby at Andrew Kreps

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Vertiginous Pleasures: Caillebotte Retrospective Cements the Painter as a Top-Tier Impressionist, Ahead of His Time

History has treated painter Gustave Caillebotte unkindly. Caillebotte’s art has been underappreciated ever since his death from a stroke in 1894, at the age of 45. For almost eight decades, he was mostly known as a perspicacious art collector who … Read More


Art of the City Reviews
A map of Manhattan and Brooklyn from 1890.WIKIMEDIA

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

Matthew Langan-Peck at Svetlana, Sven Loven at Jeffrey Stark, ‘The Home Show,’ ‘NO DICE (1)’ at Kimberly-Klark, U.S. Blues Read More


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Installation view of 'Jean Tinguely,' 2015, at Gladstone Gallery, New York. DAVID REGEN/COURTESY GLADSTONE GALLERY, NEW YORK AND BRUSSELS

‘Perfectionism Is All Too Human’: Matthew Weinstein on Cary Smith and Jean Tinguely

It’s generally accepted that improvisation signifies humanness and, conversely, that perfectionism signifies its repression. But perfectionism is all too human. Perfectionism carries with it the inevitable defeat inherent in the striving for ideals. It can be an expression of humility … Read More


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Installation view.

COURTESY ANDREA ROSEN GALLERY

‘Where the Earth Spilled Out Infernal Fire’: Alina Szapocznikow at Andrea Rosen

With all of the attention being paid to women artists—both at Art Basel Miami Beach and at the all-woman show at the Rubell Collection in Miami—and to figuration (the Deitch/Gagosian exhibition in the Wynwood District), it’s worth throwing the spotlight on … Read More


London Art Pitch Reviews
Installation view of ‘Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys: Fine Arts’ at Raven Row.COURTESY RAVEN ROW/PHOTO: MARCUS J. LEITH

A Secret Apartment, a Labyrinth, and a Glass House: On London Shows Intertwining Art and Architecture

Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys at Raven Row, Stuart Middleton at Carlos Ishikawa, and Rachel Rose at the Serpentine
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