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Al Freeman
How big can cuteness get? Al Freeman’s show “PAINTING” (all works 2021) comprises eight oversize replicas, in stuffed vinyl, of the tools necessary to hang an exhibition: Soft Tape Measure, Soft Box

Soufiane Ababri
Queequeg is introduced early in Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick (1851) and is described, before the character ever utters a word, as a “dark complexioned chap” with a preference for rare steak. Ishmael,

Laura Parnes
Guilt frames Laura Parnes’s feature-length video Tour Without End: Twenty-One Portraits and a Protest, 2014–19, on view as part of the artist’s multiplatform installation at Pioneer Works. In its opening

228 Museums Reported to Have Laid Off 28 Percent of Employees Despite Receiving PPP Loans
A report released last week by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) shows that 228 pandemic-hit arts and culture institutions who received aid via the United States’

Fallen Art Star Charged with Peddling Raymond Pettibon Forgeries
Brazil-born artist Christian Rosa, described just seven years ago in the pages of this publication as “stratospherically successful,” has been charged with wire fraud in relation to the sale of four

Arthur Tress’s photographs of school life adjourned
ARTHUR TRESS, PRESENT. At the onset of the US lockdown in March 2020, the San Francisco–based photographer Arthur Tress began to chronicle the closed buildings, deserted playgrounds, and overgrown

Brook Hsu
The faces that greet us in Brook Hsu’s exhibition “Fictions” glow as if animated by some phosphorescent substance. If they seem eerily familiar, it’s because the artist has borrowed her subjects from

Monia Ben Hamouda
For “Night of Hinnā,” her first solo show at Chertlüdde’s Bungalow space, Italian Tunisian artist Monia Ben Hamouda draws on her hybrid background to gently subvert modes of representation in different

Luis Salazar
For his ambitious solo exhibition “Art in America,” Luis Salazar journeys through the symbolic representations of art over the past century. In the process, he confronts works, trends, artists, and

“Paradis”
Marseille A recent union strike in Marseille meant that municipal garbage had not been picked up for over a week. The massive pile of trash blocking the entrance to what is usually an auction house

Joan Mitchell Foundation Announces Inaugural Fellows
The New York–based Joan Mitchell Foundation, which earlier this year refocused its funding model to better provide artists with long-term assistance, today announced the inaugural recipients of the Joan

Tyler Mitchell
Appearing in Tyler Mitchell’s solo exhibitions “Dreaming in Real Time” and “I Can Make You Feel Good,” which unfold across both of this gallery’s Chelsea spaces, is the photograph Riverside Scene (all

MoMA Names Sarah Suzuki Associate Director, Three Other Leadership Appointees
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, has announced four new appointees to top positions across departments. Sarah Suzuki has taken on the role of associate director; Beverly Morgan-Welch has been named

From Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm: Samson Kambalu, Fracture Republic
Samson Kambalu talks about his exhibition Fracture Republic at Galerie Nordenhake Stockholm. In his work Kambalu fuses aspects of the Nyau gift-giving culture in his native Malawi with the anarchic and

Sam Francis & Helen Frankenthaler & Robert Motherwell & Beverly Pepper
For more information: Steeled Heart: Annie Godfrey Larmon on Beverly Pepper  An Interview with Robert Motherwell: Sunny Side Up: Sam Francis    


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