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Teresa Burga

When Burga was a young woman, her distaste for state-approved regional expressionism led her to develop her own brand of Conceptualism.

Yves Tessier

Yves Tessier’s paintings, ten of which were on view in this exhibition, feature stylized figures that have been reduced to essential elements yet retain a vitality and distinct presence. His favored m…

Lee Lozano

Lee Lozano’s name is inextricable from her caustic personality and the series of radical performative acts she carried out after a decade as a painter.

Ginny Casey

Ginny Casey’s paintings often cast objects and human forms in allegories for making. On view in her recent exhibition at Half Gallery, for instance, The Potter’s Legs (2014) depicts a purple-fleshed…

Peter Linde Busk

Harold Rosenberg noted in 1964 that by appropriating past styles and tropes an artist “‘flattens out time’ by bringing its successive layers forward into a durationless present.” In the paintings, col…

Jessi Reaves

For this debut solo exhibition, Oregon-born, New York–based artist Jessi Reaves demonstrated her omnivorous approach to making sculptural furniture, offering viewers an assortment of pieces that incor…

Lee Mullican

Concurrent exhibitions at Susan Inglett and James Cohan offered a comprehensive look at California-based painter Lee Mullican (1919–1998). In San Francisco in the early 1950s, Mullican and fellow arti…

Farideh Lashai

Farideh Lashai’s retrospective—spanning five decades and occupying all three stories of Bait Al Serkal, a nineteenth-century home-turned–exhibition space in downtown Sharjah run by the Sharjah Art Fou…

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