“No doubt she’s in control”: A New Niki de Saint Phalle Monograph
An oft-overlooked and misunderstood painter and sculptor gets a close look by the Guggenheim Bilbao
As Agile As Ever: Lois Dodd at Alexandre
As her admirers know, Dodd is a painter who makes things count
Nora Griffin at Louis B. James
The painter’s solo at Louis B. James recently concluded.
Purity or Pollution: Protection, Plastics and Religion in the Work of Sara Mejia Kriendler
A young artist uses monochromatic sculptures to examine vulnerability and danger.
An Outsider’s Tale: Ana Mendieta at Galerie Lelong
A survey of the influential feminist artist’s early films and photographs.
Law as Symbol: Taryn Simon at Gagosian
The beautification of legal and economic power is pinned down and studied.
America is Hard to See: David Hammons at Mnuchin
A retrospective of 50 years’ work by the cantankerous, teasing, cutting, and loving sculptor.
Momentous: Shows by Catherine Murphy and Sylvia Plimack Mangold
Two painters delicately depict mundane instants, beautifully.
The Case For Understatement
With “Unfinished” and “Nasreen Mohamedi”, Met Breuer opens its brutalist walkway to the public today.
“The Solitariness of the Pursuit”: A Studio Visit with Elena Sisto
Since the studio is what I know best at this point, that is what I am painting.