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Martha Rosler

Martha Rosler brings to her work in all mediums—from photomontages to performances, photographs and critical writings—a passionate, socially concerned engagement with the world, a politics shaped by…

Lucio Fontana

Avant-garde meets ultra-baroque in the works of Argentine-born Italian artist Lucio Fontana (1899-1968), the last two decades of whose vast and varied output was surveyed in this exhibition.

Helio Oiticica

This exhibition consisted of three walk-in environments by Hélio Oiticica (1937-1980), one of the major figures of Brazil’s Neoconcrete movement of the 1960s.

Dan Walsh

One might call Dan Walsh's geometric abstractions of the last few years-systematically made, but far from automatically generated-tantric minimalism. Painted according to a defined set of rules, the…

Stan Douglas

For nearly 30 years, in films, television spots, slide shows, installations and photographs, Vancouver-based artist Stan Douglas has considered the history of modernity and what the past might tell…

John Miller

John Miller’s wide-ranging critique of Western consumer society and art’s place in it now spans 30 years. It has taken forms as various as a series of paintings of the American West, installations res…

Rona Yefman

The flamboyant subject of Rona Yefman’s absorbing show “Marath a Bouke, Project #4” was Martha Bouke, the female persona of an unnamed, 80-year-old male Holocaust survivor living in Tel Aviv. Spanni…

Jessica Eaton

Canadian artist Jessica Eaton is one of a group of young, process-oriented, studio-based photographers whose pictures—like those of the Structural filmmakers of the 1960s—place emphasis on the mediu…

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