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Reviewing Pat Hearn Gallery

Throughout the 1980s and '90s, Pat Hearn operated one of the most innovative galleries in New York, promoting artists such as George Condo and Tishan Hsu to Mary Heilmann and Renée Green. Highlights…

The Disappearing Mural

For a show at Castelli Gallery in 1983, Pop pioneer Roy Lichtenstein produced the 96½-foot-long Greene Street Mural, which was destroyed at the end of the exhibition. This fall, Gagosian's 24th…

Uneasy Delights

In paintings that teem with decorative and narrative detail, Kamrooz Aram traces affinities between his Iranian heritage and global visual culture.