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Yinka Shonibare

"A Tale of Today: Yinka Shonibare CBE" inaugurates the Driehaus Museum's exhibition series spotlighting the work of contemporary artists of color, an exciting new direction for this Gilded Age…

Maia Cruz Palileo

The titular work in Chicago native Maia Cruz Palileo's first hometown exhibition, "All the While I Thought You Had Received This," was one of several paintings in the show depicting a not-quite-empty…

Chanel Chiffon Thomas

Chanel Chiffon Thomas's exhibition at Goldfinch, "Fractured Reality," featured eight bold assemblages in which thick sinews of embroidery are joined with found fabric, painted canvas, and other…

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson's exhibition at Document featured his video, which tells the story of a man with a curious relationship to Kodak and dramatizes the fractious genealogy that only tenuously binds…

First Look: Jessica Campbell

Canadian artist Jessica Campbell works with commercial carpet, cutting and collaging pieces of this gauche material (some of which are garish rejects from trade shows) to produce humorous pictorial…

Otobong Nkanga

The title of Nigerian-born artist Otobong Nkanga's first major survey in North America, "To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again," referred to the Namibian town Tsumeb, which was founded in 1905 by German…

Elliott Hundley

The heroically scaled wall-mounted compositions in Elliott Hundley's exhibition (all works 2018) might initially register as dense painted abstractions.

Faith Wilding

This exhibition remounted Providence-based artist Faith Wilding's 1982 series "Natural Parables" for the first time since its debut, placing it alongside her works from the past couple years…

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