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Elizabeth C. Baker

Donald Judd

This presentation of nine anodized-aluminum boxes, identical in size and date, offered a welcome look at an imposing permutational series. Donald Judd’s boxes belong to a set of 12 fabricated in Eur…

Franz Gertsch

A Swiss painter who came to prominence in the early 1970s in Europe, where he is better known than in the U.S., Franz Gertsch is the subject of the exhibition "The Seasons." Four expansive canvases

Ivan Navarro

Ivan Navarro (born 1972 in Chile) is known internationally for his sculptures in electric light. Prominent among them are his witty versions of Marcel Breuer chairs and coffee tables, built from br…

Keith Sonnier

For his most recent New York exhibition, Keith Sonnier presented nine sculptures, three collages and five drawings, all from the second half of the 1960s, made before he began to work intensively wi…

June Leaf

Reprising Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper in a series of reliefs cut from sheets of tin, along with studies on canvas and on paper, June Leaf undertakes a gutsy, idiosyncratic venture into…

Jill Johnston in Art in America

Cultural critic, feminist theorist, memoirist and A.i.A. contributor Jill Johnston died on Nov. 18 at age 81. The feature "Tehching Hsieh: Art's Willing Captive" [September 2001, pp. 140–143] is one o…

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