Wood, Light and Steel from Ash: Xu Bing’s Phoenixes
Xu Bing’s interest in metamorphosis takes form as two colossal phoenixes.
“A Dialogue with Nature” at the Morgan Library
“A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany” at the Morgan Library.
Lynda Benglis at artcritical
“HUBS” is a new category on artists and subjects discussed multiple times at artcritical
Kristan Kennedy at Soloway
“All the paintings have been made, even the embarrassing ones.”
Archive of the Everything, Forever: Camille Henrot at the New Museum
Camille Henrot’s ambitious exhibition displays her woven roles as archivist, anthropologist, artist.
Suspect Artforms: Lee Ann Norman on Photographic Appropriation
Does the use of appropriation in photography show more than it hides?
“They are looking for answers”: Jawad al Malhi at Al-Ma’mal Foundation
Jawad al Malhi’s work documents the lives, struggles and culture of young men in the Middle East.
Punchline in Search of a Comedian: Jayson Musson takes on Nancy
Jayson Musson’s comics-inspired show is at Salon 94 Bowery.
What It Is: Juliet Helmke on Tom Friedman
Tom Friedman plays with viewer expectations, using nothing but two materials.
Radically Conservative: Franklin Einspruch on Susan Vecsey & James Walsh
Susan Vecsey and James Walsh lead the vanguard revival of the Tenth Street abstractionists.