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Angela Dufresne

With a euphoric whoop and enough painterly smarts and braggadocio to take on all comers, Angela Dufresne once again entered into the fray of high-end painting, an arena currently preoccupied with rich…

Michael Berryhill

Michael Berryhill has a most delicious way with paint. In "Beggars Blanket," the second solo show at Kansas by the Brooklyn-based artist, Berryhill brought a heightened sense of color and tactility to…

Dennis Congdon

Rome is a city that can morph from ancient to modern at the turn of a corner. There, the physical sediments of human history commingle in such a way that old and new are often inseparable.&nbsp…

The Deconstructive Impulse

“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure Signs ofPower, 1973-1991,” organized by Helaine Posner and NancyPrincenthal for the Neuberger Museum, is a highly entertain…

Stephen Mueller

In his recent solo exhibition at Lennon, Weinberg, Stephen Mueller seemed intent on making sure that his viewers left the gallery in a state of optical bliss. Mueller, who has shown regularly since…

Kirsi Mikkola

“Flex” was a great name for the first New York solo appearance by Kirsi Mikkola in nearly 15 years. Stretching the formal conceits of modernist collage both forward and backward in time, the exhibit…

Pat Steir

Pat Steir is best known today for her “Waterfalls,” a series of physically com­manding paintings that can reach 37 feet in length. Composed of sweeping brush­strokes and impossibly long pours, the i…

Sarah McEneaney

The austere, sun-bleached environs of Chinati, the museum and artist residency founded by Donald Judd in Marfa, Texas, would seem to be an unlikely place to find Sarah McEneaney, the Philadelphia-base…

The Pitiless Eye

A ruthless observer with no love of propriety, the Austrian painter Maria Lassnig, now near 90, is enjoying unaccustomed international attention. 

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