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Saul Ostrow

Jean-Luc Moulene

In the mid-’90s, the Paris-based artist Jean-Luc Mouléne, known for his large-format, sometimes politically inflected photographs, initiated a parallel project consisting of three-dimensional “objects…

Melvin Edwards

This exhibition of 14 welded-metal sculptures, reflecting Melvin Edwards’s work over the last four decades, contained many pieces not previously exhibited or not shown for quite some time. The earli

Simon Hantai

Simon Hantaï (1922-2008) was born in Hungary and moved to France in 1948. In the early 1960s, wishing to increase the degree of both chance and objectivity in his work, he developed his signature te…

Reconfiguring Pop

The long overlooked role of women in Pop art is explored in "Seductive Subversion," a traveling show that encompasses the work of 65 international artists. 

Lincolon Tobier

Like many other artists who emerged during the 1990s heyday of poststructuralist semiotics and institutional critique, Lincoln Tobier, born in 1964 in New York and currently working in Los Angeles…

Michael Joaquin Grey

Michael Joaquin Grey (b. 1961) has been known since the early '90s for making works that reference the principles governing the growth and transformation of things living and inanimate.