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Judy Pfaff

Judy Pfaff's recent show featured five major wall reliefs (all 2018) that resemble discrete exhibitions unto themselves.

Julia Scher

A desire for intimacy via surveillance seemed to inform the works in Julia Scher's exhibition at Esther Schipper, "Wonderland," which provided a focused look into her practice since its beginnings…

Matt Wedel

Ohio-based sculptor Matt Wedel operates on the principle of both/and rather than either/or. Joining forms typically considered disparate—flowers and rocks, humans and animals—his work radiates an…

Bianca Beck

It takes a moment to realize that Bianca Beck's sculptures are posing. The works, composed of papier-mâché molded by hand over wire mesh, are rough-hewn yet biomorphic forms nearly as tall as the…

Nikita Gale

Nikita Gale's sculptures and installations explore systems of power and oppression using objects like barricades and musical equipment and motifs of American social protest.

Kemang Wa Lehulere

Kemang Wa Lehulere tends to use a limited set of objects in his sculptures, repeating and recombining the same types of found or modified elements across different works.

Liza Lou

Liza Lou is the contemporary art world's preeminent poet of beads. She has sewn odes and lamentations with them, used them as a means of witness and a vehicle for critique, expanded their grammar.

Claire Falkenstein

The title of "Claire Falkenstein: Matter in Motion" took its terms from the artist herself, who spoke freely of the energy that ricochets through the universe and animates matter.