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Est. 1902

Charles Marshall Schultz

Jaime Davidovich

The art of Jaime Davidovich (b. 1936) cuts two ways. Made in a Duchampian vein, it’s at once amusing and confounding, both well reasoned and rough, with an improvisational air of whimsy…

Jeff Wall

Jeff Wall’s exhibition at Marian Goodman was a continuation of the Canadian photographer’s signature approach: using staged scenarios to feign the appearance of straight documentary. His rigor in pr…

Stephen Willats

Data collection and organization is an art form at which the British conceptualist Stephen Willats excels. His solo exhibition "The Strange Attractor," the first in New York for this sexagenarian ar…

Merlin James

Merlin James is one of those rare artists with a genuine appreciation for what it means to be part of a field, to be label-able, in his case, as a painter. Now on the far side of 50, James has been ma…

Pepon Osorio

Pepón Osorio is a storyteller of the first order. The Puerto Rican artist, who spent many years as a social worker, builds multimedia installations that address universal concerns while remaining grou…

Leandro Erlich

Argentinean artist Leandro Erlich applies architectural sleight-of-hand techniques to sculptural installations that seem to tease the laws of physics. The central motif of the four new works in “Two D…

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