Heji Shin's exhibition at gaga & Reena Spaulings Los Angeles, "Angel Energy," pushed deeper into the themes of birth, beauty, and celebrity that she explored in her controversial mural-size portraits…By Travis Diehl
Venezuela-born, Berlin-based artist Arturo Herrera breathes life into well-worn practices of modernist collage, exploring the tensions between exactitude and spontaneity, placement and displacement.
William Christenberry (1936–2016) is best known for the small color photographs of Hale County, Alabama, he began taking in the 1960s: stark frontal portraits of ramshackle houses, sun-bleached…By Zachary Fine
The show eschews flashy technologies that make grandiose promises, instead addressing the mundane technologies all around us—which some of us have the privilege of not noticing at all.
David Reed's brushstrokes, or what look like brushstrokes, race over the canvas with such speed, or what looks like speed, that they achieve a smooth, opaque stasis.By Jackson Arn
Suzanne Jackson's exhibition at Ortuzar Projects was an autobiography in visual form.
There are many ways to take stock of the decade, and before this one slips away, we look back at the terminology that defined the era.