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David Adamo

David Adamo’s solo show of 13 sculptures and one painting conjured either an artist’s studio or the isolated cave of a mystic. A knee-high barrier built of stones extended from the gallery’s entranc…

Hannah Wilke

Hannah Wilke (1940-1993) is best known for her performative work: the “Starification Object Series,” begun in 1974, in which she photographed herself with vaginal-shaped pieces of chewed gum stuck to…

Johannes Vanderbeek

For his second solo at Zach Feuer, titled “Another Time Man,” New York-based artist Johannes VanDerBeek divided the gallery into three sections, filling them with ad hoc, slightly manic assemblages…

Lil Picard

“Is there something inherently stimulating in the poetry called ‘minor,’” John Ashbery once asked, “something it can do for us when major poetry can only wring its hands?” This question came to mind…

Valerie Hegarty

Valerie Hegarty is known for work that gently ribs art historical precedent. About five years ago, she was making irreverent hybrids of painting and sculpture: a framed landscape resembling Bierstad…

Jimmy Raskin

Jimmy Raskin’s lush work may capitalize on a liberal use of glitter and eye-popping colors, but it was a struggle to make sense of the conceptual underpinnings of his recent exhibition. One gathered f…

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