If it's at all possible to create work that acknowledges art making to be an increasingly anachronistic practice while actively engaging its formal and critical legacies, Rachel Harrison does it with great aplomb. Combining minimalist-inspired structures with consumer junk (a cheap costume wig, a maudlin kitty poster, a stack of old drywall, a giant Buddha), her hybrid forms take a conceptual wrecking ball to our expectations of sculpture,... More >>>