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Ana Mendieta

Ana Mendieta is best known for photographs, prints, and paintings that document performances involving her body and nature, but she was also a prolific film and video artist. During her lifetime, trag…

Cildo Meireles

In his first solo exhibition in the U.S. since 2004, the Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles played with the physical and psychological dimensions of perception in sculptures and installations spanning mo…

Nalini Malani

Nalini Malani's installation In Search of Vanished Blood (2012), titled after a poem by the revolutionary Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz, was the spellbinding centerpiece of her first solo exhibition…

Nancy Spero

History repeats itself, particularly when it comes to the subjugation of women. This is one of the lessons to be taken from the work of Nancy Spero, whose artistic output from 1976 onward was dedica…

Helio Oiticica

This exhibition consisted of three walk-in environments by Hélio Oiticica (1937-1980), one of the major figures of Brazil’s Neoconcrete movement of the 1960s.

Jane Hammond

Jane Hammond’s “Dazzle Paintings” (all 2011) have gleaming, jumpy highlights that seem digitally programmed to respond to a viewer’s movement, though they don’t require so much as a plug. Spectacular…

Angelo Filomeno

Angelo Filomeno attributes the prominence of death in his work to life experience—the early loss of both his parents. He also draws on historical precedents (they are abundant in art) and has found…

Ursula Von Rydingsvard

The consistency in Ursula von Rydings­vard’s practice is deceptive. Her signature use of commercially milled cedar beams, chain-sawed with remarkable delicacy into cubistic surfaces that are further…

Helio Oiticica

Given the contemporary emphasis on integrating post-studio art projects and social praxis, it is not surprising that the Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica (1937-1980) is best known for his “Parangolés…

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