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Charles Gaines

In his titular series of drawings in the exhibition "Notes on Social Justice," Charles Gaines inscribes quotes from artistic and political manifestos—by figures ranging from Marx and Mandela to…

Julian Lethbridge

Precise, vigorous and affecting, the bravura brushstrokes covering each of the 15 recent abstract paintings by Julian Lethbridge in this show coalesce with a super-charged intensity.

Paul Pfeiffer

As is often true with Paul Pfeiffer, the centerpiece of his recent exhibition was a work that focused on a person who wasn’t there. Playroom (all works 2012) is a scaled-down model of a room based…

Tauba Auerbach

For “Float,” her first solo show at Paula Cooper, Tauba Auerbach continued to pursue a demure minimalism while touching on the mechanics of color and the vagaries of perception. While her exhibition…

Dan Walsh

One might call Dan Walsh's geometric abstractions of the last few years-systematically made, but far from automatically generated-tantric minimalism. Painted according to a defined set of rules, the…

Christian Marclay

Certain moments nearly everyone remembers: where you were, for instance, at 8:46 am on September 11, 2001. Other moments are more forgettable: what you were doing, say, last Tuesday at 6:32 pm. Chri

But Where Did the Time Go?

Christian Marclay's The Clock closed at Paula Cooper Gallery in New York on Feb. 19 with people still waiting in line to see the 24-hour video. All eight editions sold. According to the gallery's…

Carey Young

For over a decade now, the British artist Carey Young has been an exponent of a version of institutional critique that has focused on the contemporary art world’s increasing resemblance to the corpo…

Walid Raad

Lebanese artist Walid Raad (b. 1967), who has in the past used the pseudonym The Atlas Group, mixes mediums and combines facts with fabrication in work that often addresses Lebanon’s civil wars and pr…

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