Alex Fialho

Isaac Julien

Jessica Silverman Gallery

June 2016

Isaac Julien’s films and immersive video installations have been stunning audiences for decades. It comes as no surprise, then, that the artist’s sumptuous large-scale photographs envelop you cinematically. Mounted on aluminum, the four… READ ON

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Big Game

The 8th Dallas Art Fair

April 2016 DALLAS

ANSWERS TO MY QUESTION “What’s the biggest thing at the Dallas Art Fair?” ranged widely: “Socialite updos.” “Plastic surgery bills.” “Howard Rachofsky’s impressive art collection.” “Howard Rachofsky’s checkbook.” … READ ON

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Rodney McMillian

Rodney McMillian on his three solo museum exhibitions on the East Coast

April 2016

Rodney McMillian is having a moment. The artist currently has three solo exhibitions on view at East Coast museums: “Views of Main Street” at the Studio Museum in Harlem, through June 26, 2016; “The Black Show” at the Institute of … READ ON

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Gregory Crewdson

Gregory Crewdson speaks about his latest solo show in New York

January 2016

The photographs in Gregory Crewdson’s first solo exhibition in New York City in six years are an extension of his hallmark depictions of eerie encounters in American homes and neighborhoods, yet the new works are set in more rural forest … READ ON

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Tauba Auerbach

Paula Cooper Gallery | 534 West 21st Street

January 2016

Tauba Auerbach’s art, cerebrally and seductively, marries system theory and aesthetic acuity. The paintings, sculptures, and publishing projects within this exhibition engage the ideas and writings of architect and theosophist Claude Bragdon,… READ ON

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Barton LidicÚ Beneš

Pavel Zoubok Gallery

October 2015

Barton Lidicé Beneš’s artistic practice was among the most incisive to address HIV/AIDS at the end of the twentieth century. On display here are five works from his “Lethal Weapons” series, 1992–97, refashioned objects behind wired… READ ON

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Senga Nengudi

Dominique LÚvy | New York

September 2015

Senga Nengudi trained as both an artist and a dancer in the 1960s and continues to work across a variety of mediums: sculpture, performance, photography, and more. As is evident in her current presentation, her practice abstracts and … READ ON

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Cheers Queers

Dirty Looks “On Location” series in New York

July 2015 NEW YORK

“TOO MANY QUEERS, too many screenings, too little time,” joked a Dirty Looks audience member last week. This month, to celebrate its biannual On Location series, there’s a screening every day (thirty-one in all), as the itinerant … READ ON

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Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter talks about her touring retrospective

April 2015

Marilyn Minter is well known for her works that explore the intersections of desire, feminism, and representation. Her upcoming retrospective, “Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty,” which is cocurated by Bill Arning and Elissa Auther, includes… READ ON

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“Irreverent: A Celebration Of Censorship”

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art

April 2015

Censorship and sexuality have long been strange bedfellows. “Irreverent: A Celebration of Censorship” details around a dozen international episodes of erasure and exclusion over the past half century, in which the frank depiction of queer… READ ON

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