Gabriel H. Sanchez

Adriana Ramić

Kimberly-Klark

May 2017

A wall-to-wall landscape of fragrant herbs, green moss, and wildflowers fills the gallery with the sweet, aromatic perfume of a garden at morning. For her first solo exhibition, Adriana Ramić has built an ecosystem, titled Every time step … READ ON

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Erwin Wurm

Lehmann Maupin | Chelsea

April 2017

Since the 1980s, Erwin Wurm’s “one-minute sculptures” have instigated artful absurdity within the gallery space by asking visitors to act out detailed, irrational tasks with a vast spectrum of common objects. In his latest exhibition, “Ethics… READ ON

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Jeremy Couillard

yours mine & ours

March 2017

On a dusty, slate-colored couch reeking of bong water and dirty laundry, Jeremy Couillard invites visitors to experience a multidimensional journey into the great beyond with Alien Afterlife, 2016–17. The installation’s centerpiece is a video… READ ON

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Aneta Grzeszykowska

11R, Lyles & King

September 2016

Skin, with all of its imperfections, wraps itself around the core of Aneta Grzeszykowska’s two-venue exhibition, “No/Body.” At 11R Gallery, a series of macabre photographs, “Selfie,” 2014–15, depicts bizarre lumps of stylized flesh—pigskin… READ ON

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Liz Deschenes

Liz Deschenes talks about her retrospective in Boston

July 2016

Since the early 1990s, Liz Deschenes has made photographs stripped bare, focusing on elements of light, material, and space to expose the aesthetic and conceptual boundaries of the medium. Here, Deschenes discusses her current midcareer … READ ON

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Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin discuss their recent work

June 2016

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin are a collaborative duo whose photography-based practice explores themes of institutional authority, surveillance, and consent in an era of rapid technological advances. Here they discuss their recent book,… READ ON

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Duane Michals

DC Moore Gallery

May 2016

Duane Michals thrives when pitted against an unfamiliar medium. And having waited over four decades to approach filmmaking, he does so now with the wide-eyed sincerity and innocence of a first-timer. A theater within the gallery looks like … READ ON

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Carlos Reyes

Rear Window

April 2016

For “Feather Belly,” Carlos Reyes’s solo exhibition here, the peephole in the gallery’s door has been reversed, allowing visitors to peek into the space before entering. What you witness gazing through it is a fisheye perspective on an ominous… READ ON

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Jack Early

Fergus McCaffrey | New York

March 2016

In the center of a large star-spangled podium is a yellow phonograph, its title painted out in black letters across the front: “Jack Early’s Life Story in Just Under 20 Minutes!” The tune that plays from this 2014 work is a slapstick jazz … READ ON

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“Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015”

MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art

January 2016

“Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015,” featuring the work of nineteen artists and artist collectives, invades sundry realms outside of the strictly photographic, such as sculpture, installation, and performance. The exhibition places a … READ ON

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