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Est. 1902

James Cohan

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…

Mernet Larsen

Mernet Larsen makes precise, quirky paintings depicting the seemingly unpromising banalities of everyday, middle-class life. Faculty meetings, drinks at a café, a family snack, reading in bed: all are…

Robert Smithson

James Cohan Gallery opened its new space on the Lower East Side with an exhibition of seldom-seen drawings and sculptural assemblages made by Robert Smithson between 1963 and 1964, several years befor…

Lookout Highlights of 2015

Every Thursday, A.i.A. editors compile The Lookout, a series of microreviews of compelling exhibitions on view in New York. As a complement to our popular Best of 2015 series, contributed by art…

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Overview: Back to Nature

Alan Sonfist’s Time Landscape (1965-ongoing) returned to full bloom this past summer. The public artwork looked fresh in a season of exhibitions around New York teeming with organic matter…

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