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Savannah Knoop

Savannah Knoop's first solo exhibition centered on a video delving into the clientele of the East Tenth Street Russian and Turkish Baths, which the artist considers to be a kind of chosen community.

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…

Banu Cennetoğlu

Turkish artist Banu Cennetoğlu often gathers large amounts of digital and analog data and explores how the resulting collections reflect or obscure personal and historical experiences.

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson's exhibition at Document featured his video, which tells the story of a man with a curious relationship to Kodak and dramatizes the fractious genealogy that only tenuously binds…

Trust Survey 2018

Adrian Piper has taken care to explain that her work in philosophy, her "day job," as she writes, is not a mirror image, in another guise, of her work in visual art.

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.

Jacolby Satterwhite

Jacolby Satterwhite's exhibition at Gavin Brown's enterprise transformed the gallery into a kind of nightclub—that ultimate escapist's paradise.