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Maia Cruz Palileo

The titular work in Chicago native Maia Cruz Palileo's first hometown exhibition, "All the While I Thought You Had Received This," was one of several paintings in the show depicting a not-quite-empty…

Jasper Johns

Tackling new experiments and pursuing his consistent themes in a range of mediums, Jasper Johns works with an alacrity that belies his eighty-eight years.

Raha Raissnia

The films, drawings, and paintings in Raha Raissnia's latest show at Miguel Abreu, "Galvanization," interrogate the camera's capacity to faithfully record subjects or to represent historical moments.

Anna Boghiguian

Anna Boghiguian's exhibition at the New Museum,"The Loom of History," offered a passionate treatment of today's most contentious issues, such as immigration, economic inequality, and the legacy of…

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

The Barcelona-born, Rio de Janeiro–based artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané creates sculptures, installations, films, holograms, and drawings that address ecological issues arising from the…

Otobong Nkanga

The title of Nigerian-born artist Otobong Nkanga's first major survey in North America, "To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again," referred to the Namibian town Tsumeb, which was founded in 1905 by German…

Julie Becker

The late artist Julie Becker grew up in Los Angeles and reflected the city's dual mythology of Hollywood glamour and broken aspirations in her understated installations, films, photographs, and…