Playful Strategies: Eric Brown in Amagansett
July in the Hamptons saw this show of intimately scaled paintings of reserved exuberance
Curatorial Lyricism: “Perfect Likeness” at the Hammer
The Hammer’s current photography exhibition looks at developments in portraiture in the past 40 years.
Change and Displacement: Michal Helfman at K.
A recent short-run exhibition questions politics and culture through economics and exchange.
Sophie Calle’s Suite Vénitienne: Following as Performance and Book
A new book by Siglio reproduces Calle’s 1980 performance, following a near-stranger through Venice.
“Freedom Culture” at The Journal Gallery
Journal’s summer group show explores the creation of meaning in a world of pluralities and abundant choices.
Visionaries and Visions: Retrospectives of Tseng Kwong Chi and Ching Ho Cheng
Two innovative artists show the contributions that can be made amid cultural turbulence.
What’s Not the Matter With Richard Prince
What problems in his work are real, and what are merely imagined?
Social Justice in the Studio and in the Street: Art and Activism at Franklin Street Works
A group show explores the use of art in social justice activism, collective action, and the aesthetics of politics.
A Room With A Field: Stan VanDerBeek’s Poemfields
An exhibition by one of the most important innovators in video and computer art recently concluded at Andrea Rosen.
Bruce Gagnier: Shouldering into the Past
The sculptor presents a new series of torqued bronze figures, drawing from the past.