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Heinz Mack

The scorching, mutilating and jerry-rigging that characterizes the art of Zero often makes the artists appear more like mad scientists than postwar abstractionists. Invention and experimentation, ofte…

Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler

According to the U.S. Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places, almost every county in the United States has registered at least one locale as a "historic place worthy of pres…

Meschac Gaba

Talismans of success that originated during the Han Dynasty, money trees are installed in the hope of magically inducing financial gain. Beninese artist Meschac Gaba's first solo gallery exhibition in…

Fred Lonidier

The motto "an injury to one is an injury to all" has been used by the Industrial Workers of the World since the early 1900s. It also seems to underpin San Diego-based artist and union activist Fred

John Houck

For his second solo show in New York, "A History of Graph Paper," Los Angeles-based artist John Houck exhibited eight framed, medium-scale color images of artifacts from his youth, including…

Luiz Roque

For this exhibition, titled "The Last Day," Brazilian artist Luiz Roque showed three films and two photographs that he created while at artists' residencies in Brazil and abroad. The show began with a

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