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by Christina Catherine Martinez
Marsden Hartley at LACMA - Los Angeles County Museum of Art
In a Marsden Hartley painting beats the dark heart of the twentieth century. The thin slice of globe-trotting work from 1913-1915... [more]
by Thea Liberty Nichols
Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
David Bowie Is, coming to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago in just a few weeks, is unprecedented to the extent that it... [more]
by James Loks
Daniel Buren at Palais Royal
Given that we are in the zombie month of August when most galleries are closed, your faithful correspondent decided that it was ti... [more]
by Andrea Alessi and Manus Groenen
Vincent Van Gogh at Beurs van Berlage
There’s some buzz in New York this summer because all seventeen of the Met’s van Gogh paintings are on view togeth... [more]
by Elise Lammer
Pink is the color of teenagers' cheeks when they’re secretly falling in love For the third time in Palo Alto by Gia Cop... [more]
by Lee Ann Norman
Rachel Uffner Gallery
New York City has always been a draw for an eclectic mix of artists working across the visual and performing arts. Its under... [more]
by Roslyn Bernstein
Lucas Samaras at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The path to the Lucas Samaras exhibition, Offerings from a Restless Soul, at the Metropolitan Museum proved to be a fortuitous on... [more]
by Vivian Xu
Chen Tianzhuo(陈天灼) at BANK @ MABSOCIETY
Beijing based artist Chen Tianzhuo’s new solo show, “PICNIC PARADI$E BITCH,” at the Bank Gallery in Shangha... [more]
by James Pepper Kelly
Simon Starling at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
An Italian/Polish Fiat, wheels to the wall, is anchored over your head. In the next room, two slabs of marble dominate the space&m... [more]
by Jesi Khadivi
Georg Kolbe Museum
A human skull rests atop a modest wooden table flanked by a chronometer, books, musical instruments, an earthenware pot, and... [more]
by Allyson Parker
Miami has often attracted a particular breed of art collector, most notably, the fair-seeking seasonal variety who favors the gr... [more]
by Ryan Wong
The cousin, flip side, and feeder to the museum, in today’s money-saturated world of contemporary art, is the private co... [more]
by Vivian Mocellin
Independent, autonomous, alternative, experimental. These are some of the designations used to name several arts spaces inaugura... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
National Gallery
The National Gallery’s summer exhibition Making Colour guides the audience through the spectrum of materials used throughout... [more]
by Kara Q. Smith
Conrad Guevara at City Limits
At the heart of the works in No Can Handle is the ethos of endurance. Entering the exhibition is not unlike entering an inter... [more]
by Hannah Hoel
Pushkin Gallery
Pushkin Gallery, located on Canyon Road, opened in 2000 as the first Russian art gallery in Santa Fe. Its founder, Kenneth Pushkin,... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
FotoMuseum Den Haag
Horizontals, verticals, and some disciplined curves, squares and angles offset by relentless electrical streetlights. The wall... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Sammlung Boros
“Time turns metaphors into things” – Robert Smithson Ruins are often untouchable spaces. The ruin embodies a... [more]
by Rob Goyanes
The Wolfsonian-FIU
For some reason, in the wake of men creating darkness, they also make art: Christ gets crucified, someone paints a scene of it.... [more]
by Thogdin Ripley
Dorothea Tanning at Alison Jacques Gallery
When asked how it felt to be a surrealist in 2002, Dorothea Tanning, Grand Dame of surrealism (read: last surviving surrealist&... [more]
by Caroline Picard
Museum of Contemporary Photography
What first reads like an astral constellation is in fact a photograph whose blackness is broken only by the erratic swarm of... [more]
by Keren Goldberg
Gilbert & George at White Cube, Bermondsey
Over sixty new works comprise Gilbert and George’s new series, Scapegoating Pictures for London. As always, the well-known... [more]
by Nicole Rodriguez
Otto Piene at Neue Nationalgalerie
“Our sky was destroyed during World War II,” creaks a white-bearded eighty-six-year-old Otto Piene from in front of... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
For the better part of their lives Henk de Heus and his wife Victoria de Heus-Zomer have worked to build up their business. The... [more]
by Sam Steverlynck
Herbert Foundation
Among Belgium’s many private collections, one of the most impressive is definitely Annick and Anton Herbert’s. Foc... [more]
by Ryan Wong
Driscoll Babcock
Driscoll Babcock, which moved to Chelsea two years ago, is something like a stately townhouse in a row of beige suburban mansions. The gall... [more]
by Christina Catherine Martinez
Art is what makes life more interesting than art. —Robert Filliou Sometime last fall, in a moment beyond reason, I... [more]
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