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Juliana Huxtable

Juliana Huxtable’s work often feels like she’s taking her audience along as she retraces the steps of her own intellectual wanderings.

Jim Drain

Jim Drain frequently works with commissions for public art, and his new sculptures at Nathalie Karg have the look of something you might encounter outdoors—not a monument of the steel or granite…

“Formal Complaint”

The works of the five artists included in “Formal Complaint” render simple forms—lines, circles, planes—in rugged construction materials. The slender steel rods of Christopher Hanrahan’s “Catalogue…

Antonio Lopez

The influential fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez (1943–1987), who was born in Puerto Rico but lived in New York and Paris, wrought his own vision of anatomy from a late twentieth-century concept of t…

Rachel Harrison

The press release for Rachel Harrison’s exhibition of new works is cheekily written as the transcript of a panel discussion, where Harrison’s One Stud—a gently bending rod of multicolored that…

Editor’s Letter

Though much maligned, the white cube offers something singular: an environment for presenting and contemplating new forms and ideas.