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John McLaughlin

John McLaughlin (1898–1976) is an avatar of a peculiarly animated and individuated proto-Minimalism associated with Los Angeles artists including Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, and John McCracken. He is wi…

Between Worlds

Painter and sculptor Joaquín Torres-García left his native Uruguay for 40 years, absorbing radical new art in Europe and the U.S., before returning home in 1934 to advocate for a School of the South…

Painting the Unseen

"Unlike the critics, none of the artists I know has ever accused me of being a painter. The question isn't whether painting is alive or dead, either—that's a completely demented debate. Like every med…

George Sugarman

This exhibition of five of George Sugarman's painted-wood sculptures from the 1960s was his biggest show in New York in 25 years, and it prompted one to wonder why his work isn't a more integral part…

Kim MacConnel

This mini-survey of Kim MacConnel's unstretched fabric paintings from the 1970s, and a terrific one from 2004, is the first of four shows at Salomon this spring collectively titled "American Respons…

Nicholas Krushenick

I would be surprised if there was a more exciting painting exhibition in a New York Gallery this season than the concentrated four-decade survey of paintings and works on paper of Nicholas Krushenic…

Stephen Westfall

In Stephen Westfall’s recent show, a dozen geometric abstractions revealed an artist who finds limitless possibilities in an evolving repertoire of constraints. Concentric diamond structures predomi…

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