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by Caroline Picard
Heidi Norton at Elmhurst Art Museum
Mies van der Rohe is such an historic presence. The aftershock of his innovation is still palpable, reflecting as it does the... [more]
by Keren Goldberg
Ed Atkins at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Human sounds of drinking, whispering, laughing, and singing surround the old British Army magazine building of the Serpentine Sackl... [more]
by Charlie Schultz
Florian Maier-Aichen at 303 Gallery
Florian Maier-Aichen’s recent show at 303 Gallery—his fourth to date—splits into two distinct sets of photogra... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Paul Chan at Schaulager
Paul Chan, born in 1973, is a child of his time. He has cast aside modernism’s Big Ideas and is free of any kind of canon. H... [more]
by ArtSlant Team
SITE Santa Fe
At the Eldorado Hotel's Agave Lounge, over fabulous margaritas, ArtSlant's editor in chief, Natalie Hegert, met with Santa Fe a... [more]
by Hannah Hoel
SITE Santa Fe
SITE Santa Fe’s new biennial series, SITElines, signals a new format for recurrent exhibitions that reduces the term &l... [more]
by Ed Schad
Annenberg Space for Photography
I only need one song to explain how I feel about country music: George Strait’s So Much Like My Dad. A modest hit in 1992, th... [more]
by Gan Uyeda
Graham Foundation
In the sprawling exhibition Everything Loose Will Land, currently on view at the Graham Foundation, curator Sylvia Lavin deftly te... [more]
by Rob Goyanes
Chayo Frank at Guccivuitton
As I left for the infamous Amertec building in Hialeah—a twenty-minute drive from Miami—worrying about the coming... [more]
by Kara Q. Smith
Michelle Grabner, Angie Wilson, Lena Wolff at Cult
Here, the process and patterning of quiltmaking multifariously inspires. The repetitive tattoo of the sewing machine, the lush an... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
Public art has to strike a difficult balance in a city like London that is constantly evolving. It carries with it associations of... [more]
by Allyson Parker
Art Hamptons
Thursday night heralded in the brigade of well-dressed fair-flockers for the opening night of ArtHamptons. A celebrity studded... [more]
by Nicole Rodriguez
Karl Larsson at Galerie Kamm
In October 2013, Joanna Kamm hosted the Karl Larsson exhibition Twelve Hours at her Berlin-Mitte gallery, Galerie Kamm. In 2014,... [more]
by ​Andrew Berardini​
Surely black, but so lively one cannot catch its true hue. Volcanic glass cooled too fast to crystalize, scientists never can qui... [more]
by Brad Phillips
Owen Kydd at Cooper Cole
Sifting through the biographical information sent to me by the gallery regarding the small (two works total) solo show by Canadian,... [more]
by Megan Liu Kincheloe
Ryan Lauderdale, Jessica Sanders at KANSAS
In their two-person exhibition, Ryan Lauderdale and Jessica Sanders present work that takes various approaches to creating physical... [more]
by Allyson Parker
artMRKT Hamptons
It’s official! This past 4th of July celebration greeted the summer season of New York City’s art scene. Hordes of urbani... [more]
by Max Nesterak
Art Hamptons
This year, ArtHamptons returns to the Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark bringing a unique focus on contemporary Korean art. Cit... [more]
by James Loks
Colin Snapp at Galerie Allen
Galerie Allen is a run by the Australian team of independent curator Joseph Allen Shea and artist Mel O'Callaghan, and is situated... [more]
by Sonja Hornung
State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
The Cossacks are an East Slavic ethnic group who have long retained independence from the Russian territorial zone. They exi... [more]
by Deepika Sorabjee
Ashish Avikunthak at Chatterjee & Lal Gallery
In Rati Chakravyuh, filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak presents several conceits. A single take of 102 minutes in a 105-minute film, sc... [more]
by Allyson Parker
Rockaway Beach Surf Club
Last weekend Rockaway Beach’s Fort Tilden opened its gates to a crowd of art connoisseurs, local creatives, and bronzed beach goe... [more]
by Gan Uyeda
Jeff Carter at THE MISSION
Chicago has a special claim to a Bauhaus lineage. It makes sense that the legendary German school of design relocated to the... [more]
by Lauren Tresp
SITE Santa Fe
SITE Santa Fe was founded in 1995 as an institutional platform for the only international biennial in the United States, and... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Michiel Voet at Nieuw Dakota
One of the most remarkable images in the Jeff Wall exhibition currently at the Stedelijk Museum is the constructed photograph... [more]
by Bradley Rubenstein
Walter Robinson at LYNCH THAM
With exuberance and dark wit Walter Robinson has explored America’s fascination with the seedy underbelly of urban lif... [more]
by Marianne Templeton
Kati Horna at Jeu de Paume
Despite being at the forefront of documentary photography during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s and the Mexican Surrealist mov... [more]
by Manus Groenen
State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
Engagement with local contexts has been a strength of the Manifesta biennial from the outset. The nomadic biennial has been addres... [more]
by Vivian Xu
Hu Jieming, Jeffrey Shaw at Chronus Art Center
In the heart of the famous M50 contemporary art district in Shanghai, between the two ShanghART gallery spaces, is the Chronus... [more]
by Christina Catherine Martinez
Hammer Museum
Comedian Emily Joyce, dressed in a 14th-century bonnet and dress, rolls her eyes, hard. Sticking her thumb out in a gesture of on... [more]
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