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Trisha Donnelly

Trisha Donnelly's inscrutability is legendary. She largely forgoes press releases and other sorts of exhibition didactics describing what the artwork is and how it is intended to be interpreted, and…

Yinka Shonibare

"A Tale of Today: Yinka Shonibare CBE" inaugurates the Driehaus Museum's exhibition series spotlighting the work of contemporary artists of color, an exciting new direction for this Gilded Age…

Anna Sew Hoy

Since the late 1990s, Anna Sew Hoy has developed a sculptural, largely ceramic language centered on forms suggesting amoebas, heads, planets, caves, and hives. Familiar yet alien, Sew Hoy's…

Stéphanie Saadé

Like many Lebanese artists of her generation who grew up in the shadow of the country's civil war, Stéphanie Saadé is interested in experiences of displacement and the mutability of history, but she…

Jonathan Horowitz

Jonathan Horowitz, who was trained in philosophy, often uses witty juxtapositions of appropriated imagery to emphasize the mutual interdependence of politics, entertainment, and consumerism. The…

Harmony Hammond

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum's focused, handsomely installed retrospective of Harmony Hammond's work offers something of a corrective to perceptions of her career, which have often been…

Charles Long

Charles Long transformed Tanya Bonakdar's white cube into a surreal, dreamlike space: an incongruous fusion of a cathedral and a haunted forest.

Julia Scher

A desire for intimacy via surveillance seemed to inform the works in Julia Scher's exhibition at Esther Schipper, "Wonderland," which provided a focused look into her practice since its beginnings…

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