Rineke Dijkstra—the justly celebrated Dutch artist whose ripe new work graces Marian Goodman Gallery—makes very ordinary young people look remarkable. Simple and totally unembellished, her photos and videos of molting kiddies employ the harsh clarity of the dressing-room mirror. A portraitist who has spent two decades teasing out the pull tabs of personality from adolescent impostures, pimply faces, and blooming psyches, she has become, bar all other artists working today, the poet laureate of the squirrelly, endlessly analyzed, turning worm we refer to as... More >>>