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Philippe Vandenberg, A Witness of the World

Philippe Vandenberg, A Witness of the World
“God, grant me the serenity, to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to... Read More

Hugo Boss Prize Winner Anicka Yi: Life Is Cheap

Hugo Boss Prize Winner Anicka Yi: Life Is Cheap
  Anicka Yi won the Hugo Boss Prize in 2016 and following tradition, was awarded a... Read More

Susan Weil: Now and Then

Susan Weil: Now and Then
In a solo exhibition of recently made sculptural paintings, drawings, and photo collages by Susan Weil at... Read More

The Raven: Sarah Walko speaks to Davin Watne

The Raven: Sarah Walko speaks to Davin Watne
The Raven is back with an interview with artist Davin Watne who has an exhibition... Read More

Resurrecting the Downtown Scene with “R.I.P. Julia Fox”

Resurrecting the Downtown Scene with "R.I.P. Julia Fox"
Who is Julia Fox? For a while she was one half of a duo behind... Read More

SPRING/BREAK presents BKLYN IMMERSIVE

SPRING/BREAK presents BKLYN IMMERSIVE
BKLYN IMMERSIVE, on view at City Point in downtown Brooklyn from May 6-14th, is an... Read More

Saturday’s Ascent, Andrew Sendor at Sperone Westwater

Saturday's Ascent, Andrew Sendor at Sperone Westwater
One of the most difficult things for a figurative painter to do in 2017, is... Read More

The Archetypes of August Sander, Hauser and Wirth

The Archetypes of August Sander, Hauser and Wirth
If time can be thought of as a layered cake, the photographs by August Sander... Read More

Let Her Rave: Zoë Buckman

Let Her Rave: Zoë Buckman
How would you define a portrait of a woman? One month ago I promised to... Read More

My Cup Runneth with Desire: Bjarne Melgaard

My Cup Runneth with Desire: Bjarne Melgaard
With work currently on view at two separate New York locations, artist Bjarne Melgaard has... Read More

Titus Kaphar, Shifting Skies at Jack Shainman Gallery

Titus Kaphar, Shifting Skies at Jack Shainman Gallery
In Titus Kaphar’s remarkable second solo exhibition Shifting Skies which spans both of Jack Shainman’s... Read More

Ugo Rondinone, Miami’s Magic Mountain

Ugo Rondinone, Miami's Magic Mountain
With a central placement at Collins Park in the foreground of the Bass Museum, Ugo... Read More

Jose Dávila: Stones Don’t Move, Sean Kelly Gallery

Jose Dávila: Stones Don't Move, Sean Kelly Gallery
In Jose Dávila’s second exhibition with Sean Kelly Gallery, he continues his exploration of the... Read More

The Indomitable Ai Weiwei in New York

The Indomitable Ai Weiwei in New York
Upon approaching Jeffrey Deitch’s reclaimed gallery in Soho, a passerby with a glimpse into the... Read More

Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Film, 1905-2016 at the Whitney Museum

Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Film, 1905-2016 at the Whitney Museum
During his opening remarks for Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016, at the Whitney Museum... Read More

The Art of the Chop, Hudson, NY

The Art of the Chop, Hudson, NY
At one time, print making was not only an art form but a true —even... Read More

Reinventing the Landscape, Hans-Peter Feldmann at 303 Gallery

Reinventing the Landscape, Hans-Peter Feldmann at 303 Gallery
In his seventh solo exhibition with 303 Gallery, Hans-Peter Feldmann continues with his tradition of... Read More

Deng Tai: Shadow at MoMA PS1

Deng Tai: Shadow at MoMA PS1
While Chinese artist Cao Fei stole the recent spotlight for summer exhibitions at MoMA PS1... Read More

Voyeur Voyager Forager Forester at Denny Gallery

Voyeur Voyager Forager Forester at Denny Gallery
  In Brent Birnbaum’s first solo exhibit with Denny Gallery “Voyeur Voyager Forager Forester,” he carves... Read More

Night & Day at Joseph Gross Gallery, NY

Night & Day at Joseph Gross Gallery, NY
What happens when the lights go out? When art that is meant illuminate suddenly goes... Read More

People Who Work Here, David Zwirner Summer Show

People Who Work Here, David Zwirner Summer Show
How much does a gallery size, location and reputation influence the work that is being... Read More

Shhhhhhhh, Secret Dungeon, Brooklyn

Shhhhhhhh, Secret Dungeon, Brooklyn
Let’s face it, the cost of living in New York City and the surrounding boroughs... Read More

Martin Creed, The Back Door

Martin Creed, The Back Door
Curated by art world luminaries Tom Eccles and Hans Ulrich Obrist, “The Back Door” could... Read More

I Am America, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, NY

I Am America, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, NY
What does it mean to be America, or American rather? Beyond the legalese, is it... Read More

Erika Ranee at LMAK Gallery

Erika Ranee at LMAK Gallery
  In her first solo exhibit at LMAK Gallery in the Lower East Side,  artist Erika Ranee... Read More

Ally at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philly

Ally at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philly
The Fabric Workshop and Museum offers residencies to artists, giving them the platform and the... Read More

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