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Chris Fennell

“In Little Place a Million” was the title of this first one-person show by Chris Fennell, who works at the more informed fringes of the do-it-yourself esthetic. Using mostly paper on paper in these mi…

Andy Harper

British painter Andy Harper’s first one-person show in New York offered a lush antidote to English stunt art, and also to the recent spate of “bad” painting in the States. Using the most traditional o…

Carroll Dunham

In the general scheme of Carroll Dunham’s work, this show could be said to represent his Nocturnes and Pastorals. In place of Dunham’s usual postulators, renegades, caballeros and assorted other big m…

David Hockney

Upon settling in 2005 in East Yorkshire, where he spent his youth, David Hockney left behind his famous Southern California subject matter. Instead, the urbane chronicler of sunny poolsides and West C…

Gabriel Phipps

In his first solo show in New York, Gabriel Phipps mined the tradition of formalism—of Mondrian or even Paul Klee—with an eye to Guston’s funky paint handling and sense of humor. The surfaces of Phipp…

Carrie Moyer

Carrie Moyer re-creates, or more exactly reimagines, a particular style: a Gallic Anglo-American mid-20th-century modern (as distinct from modernism), a style sometimes called “moderne,” a look that s…

Stephen Westfall

Stephen Westfall is a veteran abstractionist, a kind of practicing Mondrianist and one of the few artists still able to get fresh juice from a formalist approach to painting. His latest show further r…

Imi Knoebel

Imi Knoebel’s art is born of philosophical discourse and realized with unusual materials and methods. Knoebel was a student of Joseph Beuys, and, accordingly, his work has always involved a search for…

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