Tag Archives: Lilly Wei


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William Glackens, a Painter at Home in the World

A major exhibition of the artist’s work gives this masterful, underappreciated American Impressionist his due
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The Women of the Arab Art World

Women in the Middle East and North Africa find themselves welcome in the world of art, because most men ignore its power Read More


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Jan Frank and John Chamberlain at Nahmad Contemporary

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Sterling Ruby at Hauser & Wirth

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‘Here and Elsewhere’ at New Museum

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‘Light3’ at Fridman

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Installation view of “Others 2,” the second part of the exhibition “Other Primary Structures.” KRIS GRAVES

‘Other Primary Structures’ at Jewish Museum

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‘Ragnar Kjartansson: Me, My Mother, My Father, and I’ at the New Museum

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Trends
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Claytime! Ceramics Finds Its Place in the Art-World Mainstream

Versatile, sensuous, malleable, as basic as mud and as old as art itself, clay is increasingly emerging as a material of choice for a wide range of contemporary artists
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In Joan Semmel’s Crossed Legs, 2011, the sexuality is more restrained than in her earlier work.

The Body In Winter

Artists are taking on themes of aging, transformation, and decay Read More


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Turning Over a New Leaf

When the Ming succumbed to the Qing, many rebel scholar-artist-officials became landscape painters who forged new, singular styles Read More


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Geometry of Stardust

Dorothea Rockburne at the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York Read More


News
Xu Bing printing on whole tobacco leaves.  Credit: COURTESY DUKE UNIVERSITY, DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA

Puff Piece

“The ‘Tobacco Project’ began with an interest in the aroma of tobacco,” Chinese artist Xu Bing says over a dim-sum breakfast in New York. Likening it to something between sociology and art, he is referring to the third iteration of … Read More


Looking at Art
The fan-shaped birchwood "radius" work Curve XXI, 1978-80, appears to hover midair.

Ahead of the Curve

Ellsworth Kelly’s sculpture, subject of a show at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, makes the complex simple and the simple complex Read More