Johanna Fateman

OPENINGS: DIAMOND STINGILY

September 2017

DIAMOND STINGILY tells me it’s important to keep a journal in order to look back, to see how you’ve changed. And, she adds, it’s even more important to see how you’ve stayed the same. The New York–based artist, who was born in 1990 and grew… READ ON

IN PRINT September 2017 [TOC]

“CAMILLE HENROT: DAYS ARE DOGS”

September 2017

Curated by Daria de Beauvais Camille Henrot renders the dysfunctions and perversities of everyday life in an Umbrellas of Cherbourg palette that makes them all the more absurd. Her imaginative and often profound multimedia work—which includes… READ ON

PREVIEWS

Maureen Gallace

September 2017

“Clear Day,” Maureen Gallace’s serene and dazzling retrospective at MoMA PS1, spans twenty-five years and includes more than seventy small oil paintings, though it seems there might be more like seven hundred of them, winding through the … READ ON

IN PRINT September 2017 [TOC]

Johanna Fateman

May 2017

THE 78TH WHITNEY BIENNIAL is full of beautiful, smart, and trenchant art. It unfolds as a series of crisscrossing conversations and exhilarating moments where things simply feel good together—and yes, everything feels better in the new … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2017 [TOC]

Allyson Vieira

May 2017

 In her two concurrent gallery exhibitions, sculptor Allyson Vieira leveraged the kind of aghast grief induced by images of whale autopsies—when we’re shown the colorful array of plastic bags cut from their stomachs—with a dose … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2017 [TOC]

BUNNY ROGERS

May 2017

Curated by Elisabeth Sherman and Margaret Kross From the vintage virtual realm of Neopia (home to magical Neopets) to online communities of Columbiners (devotees of the 1999 Colorado high school massacre), the young multimedia artist Bunny … READ ON

PREVIEWS

“CANDY JERNIGAN: A COUPLE OF PENCILS AND SOME PAPER”

May 2017

Curated by Anthony Huberman Candy Jernigan indexed tiny found things—including Cheez Doodles, crack vials, and chewing gum—in her drawings and assemblages, the faux dispassion of her intimate illustrational style (which extended even to her… READ ON

PREVIEWS

Wangechi Mutu

April 2017

Absent from “Ndoro Na Miti,” Wangechi Mutu’s latest exhibition at Gladstone Gallery, were her signature collage elements—the magazine lips, eyes, and limbs and the cut-up animal imagery that have previously marked the fantastical, hybrid … READ ON

IN PRINT April 2017 [TOC]

Ken Tisa

Gordon Robichaux

March 2017

For “Objects/Time/Offerings,” Ken Tisa has transformed the gallery into a magical grotto, decorated with all manner of beautiful and funny things from his extensive collections. Dolls, puppets, masks, devotional objects, trinkets, and artworks… READ ON

PICKS

Becca Albee

Becca Albee talks about her show at Et al. in San Francisco

March 2017

In her slyly personal, obsessively researched work, Brooklyn-based artist Becca Albee uses photography, video, sculpture, and scent to evoke overlooked historical figures and cultural moments. Her current solo show, “prismataria,” curated by… READ ON

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