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Michael Krebber

Michael Krebber is known for understated objects and an overstated reputation. My goal in visiting his latest exhibition was not only to scrutinize the paintings but also to experience a new arc in…

Stefan Kürten

Stefan Kürten's intricate paintings of depopulated domestic interiors and enigmatic architectural spaces are "atmospheric" in Jean Baudrillard's sense of the term.

Lisa Yuskavage

Is Lisa Yuskavage a feminist? When she began exhibiting her candy-colored paintings of barely legal pinups in the early 1990s, it was a question that endlessly preoccupied critics.

Artist Aggrieved

A prominent and charismatic personality of his generation, R.B. Kitaj (1932–2007) was also a polarizing figure, commanding widespread art world admiration as well as a smaller quotient of critical…

Charline von Heyl

Charline von Heyl's oeuvre is characterized by its elusiveness: over the past three decades, she has persistently refused to develop a cohesive style, instead moving freely between disparate…

Kyle Staver

Whether the theme is love, war, or death, myths have provided artists a rich source of visual and conceptual material for millennia.

Nancy Spero

The Museo Tamayo's survey of work by feminist artist Nancy Spero (1926–2009), curated by Julie Ault, applies a relatively standard chronological narrative to her practice, offering the same…

Didier William

The twenty-one mixed-medium paintings in Didier William's two-venue exhibition—the most ambitious showing of his work to date—were primarily large, more than seven feet long or tall in some cases…