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Sondra Perry

All but one wall in Sondra Perry’s solo exhibition “Resident Evil” were painted chroma-key blue. Actors filmed in front of screens this color can be digitally superimposed on any background…

Caitlin Keogh

Who edits the Harper’s Magazine “Readings” section? The publication’s masthead doesn’t say, but I like to imagine that it’s a single person with exquisite and wide-ranging taste. He or she collects…

Raúl De Nieves

The sculptures, paintings, and costumes in Raúl De Nieves’s exhibition “El Rio” conjure an intricate world of glittering coral reefs, ornamented cathedrals, epic military campaigns, ancient ceremonies…

Chadwick Rantanen

For small galleries, unadorned overhead fluorescent lighting is the industry standard. It’s cheap, efficient, bright, and balanced, creating a relatively neutral viewing environment that allows for cl…

Karen Kilimnik

The collages featured in Karen Kilimnik’s exhibition at 303 Gallery (all works 2015 or 2016) included reproductions of classical tapestries that the artist adorned with a range of cutout images and st…

Lena Henke

During his long tenure, New York urban planner Robert Moses built 658 parks and playgrounds; 416 miles of roads, parkways, and expressways; and thirteen bridges. He brokered construction deals for the…

Rob Halverson

Rob Halverson presented a focused selection of new works (all 2016) in “All Repeat,” his show at Soloway in Brooklyn. Austere paintings and works on paper depicting vaguely diagrammatic forms were jux…

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