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Glenn Brown

Brown argues that his paintings update art historical works for a contemporary audience, but they can feel like "edgy" Pop-inspired kitsch that street vendors might hawk to tourists outside famous…

Rose Wylie

Beneath their beguiling picture-book appearance, British painter Rose Wylie's works reveal her earnest and long-standing engagement with the craft of painting and its history. On her mostly…

Zach Blas

In the impressive show "Contra-Internet," which debuted at Gasworks and opens late this month at Art in General in New York, the London-based artist and writer Zach Blas explores forms of resistance…

Cinematic Borderlands

Besides the relation of objects to people, another theme in Nashashibi's work is the way humans organize themselves into communities and institutions, whether a patriarchal extended family or a…

Lucio Fontana

Lucio Fontana (1899–1968) is best known for his monochromatic paintings featuring linear slashes, which opened the medium into three dimensions; yet these canvases were only one aspect of the Italian…

Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst’s exhibition “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable” is like a vast art theme park, a journey into a fantasy world in which myriad mythologies and cultures collide.&nbsp…

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