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Nancy Princenthal

Sanford Biggers

"Sweet Funk-An Introspective," the Brooklyn Museum's sampling of 10 years of Sanford Biggers's work (on view through Jan. 8), centers on the museum's recently acquired Blossom (2007). Shown to…

Eve Sussman

Most of the footage in the new film by Eve Sussman and her collaborators, the Rufus Corporation, is in color, but its wiMost of the footage in the new film by Eve Sussman and her collaborators, the

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…

Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Apichatpong Weerasethakul is not afraid to leave viewers in the dark. Much of the hypnotic footage in this exhibition's eight related videos (all 2009) was shot at night, producing stygian imagery s…

Cosima Von Bonin

Addressing viewers feet first, like Mantegna's dead Christ, a jet black, 51⁄2-foot-tall plush bunny lay pros- trate on a table at the entrance to Cosima von Bonin's "The Juxtaposition of Nothings"…

Mona Hatoum

The street—so often personified in discussions of Middle East unrest—and the home interpenetrate in Mona Hatoum's work, which for many years has involved domestic objects repurposed for the delivery

Michelle Stuart

Michelle Stuart’s long-standing engagement with the natural world is governed by a grace, and formal discipline, that have not flagged in 40 years. A two-gallery sampling of work ranging from the la…

Marcel Odenbach


The titles of a pair of videos by Marcel Odenbach shown simultaneously at two Manhattan galleries could easily have been reversed: Disturbed Places (2007, 34 minutes), shot in various locations in…

Liz Larner

Even when you’re standing right in front of them, Liz Larner’s new sculptures are hard to see. Whether shimmering and gossamer or pitch dark and black-hole dense, they challenge both optical and kines…

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