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  • 6 years ago

    Caragh Thuring, an exciting young Belgian artist living in London, dissects paintings in order to reanimate the medium. At first glance, the five canvases in her first New York show seem to be groupings of disjointed abstract marks on unprimed lin...

  • 6 years ago

    Let's face it, one of the great joys of art viewing is the opportunity to check out people with no clothing on. Curated by Adrian Dannatt, this expansive exhibition strips off the pretensions of the idealized nude to get at the unadorned naughty b...

  • 6 years ago

    In 1961, after being prevented from bringing Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer into the U.S., Dorothy Iannone sued to force the government to cease categorizing the novel as obscene. Now in her mid-seventies, the Berlin-based artist seems to have lo...

  • 6 years ago

    Black Acid Co-op, a collaborative project by artists Justin Lowe and Jonah Freeman, transforms the Deitch Projects space on Wooster Street into a freaky, trilevel series of interconnected room-size installations that resemble a snaking squat from ...

  • 6 years ago

    "I'm attracted to epic, mad, ambitious projects," Conrad Shawcross confesses in a quiet mumble. The British artist is soft-spoken, even diffident, yet the record bears him out: He has installed his handmade wooden Space Trumpet—which resembl...

  • 7 years ago

    It was only a matter of time before a Chinese artist modeled an exhibition catalog on Mao's Little Red Book. To her credit, the young O Zhang's version—created for her first New York solo show, The World Is Yours (But Also Ours) at CRG Galle...