Wayne Salazar

Max Greis

Pavel Zoubok Gallery

May 2015

In Sanskrit, samsara denotes the endlessly repeating cycle of birth, life, and death, the quality that is, according to Buddhist philosophy, determined by individuals’ actions. Max Greis illustrates this concept in an impressive exhibition … READ ON


Marie Cosindas

Bruce Silverstein Gallery

February 2014

In 1966, Marie Cosindas became the first artist who worked exclusively with color photography to have a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art—it was also her first-ever exhibition. The forty four-by-five-inch Polaroid prints displayed then … READ ON


Joseph Zito

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc.

August 2013

The eighteen sculptures and drawings in Joseph Zito’s latest exhibition bring together three simple forms—a rowboat, an hourglass, and a plane—with such symbolic resonance that together they produce something extraordinary: a shift out of … READ ON