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Sarah Schmerler

Olivier Mosset

Most of the reviews you’re likely to read about Olivier Mosset, conceptual/minimalist/anti-art painter, begin with a history lesson—a well-padded rundown of this prolific 66-year-old artist’s career…

Elad Lassry

If Israeli-born, L.A.-based photographer Elad Lassry hadn't come along at this particular moment in photography's history, theorists would probably have had to invent him. A self-conscious cross-tra…

Paul P

In Paul P.'s recent exhibition "Sherbert in Damascus," titled for a short story by Daniel Snow, the paintings seemed to have been not so much hung on the wall as purposefully enlisted in a subtly su…

Suzanne Caporael

Road trips are never really how you remember them. So many interstitial moments-of abject boredom, blurred roadbeds and pit stops-are lost to memory or replaced by the seemingly more important aggre…

Don Dudley

This exhibition marked Don Dudley's first solo outing since 1985, and an impressive array of catalogues from the (now 80-year-old) artist's past exhibitions was fanned out on the gallery's desk. The…

Cecilia Dougherty

Can people ever truly distinguish what's going on in the real world from the narrative playing out in their heads? Can they ever say with certainty that the mundane isn't meaningful? Such questions…

Tunneling

The group show “Tunneling,” on view at this Bushwick venue, offered more groundbreaking media, mind-expanding imagery and diverse sensory experiences (performance included) than its claustrophobic-s…

Gerhard Richter

This massive five-room show by Gerhard Richter delivered all the gravitas of a museum survey, even as it afforded viewers intimate moments of pure visual delight—an opportunity, in effect, to see R…

Su-Mei Tse

Luxembourg-born artist Su-Mei Tse, a quiet but potent conceptualist, captured the art world’s attention when her pavilion won the Golden Lion at the 2003 Venice Biennale (she represented her native co…

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