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Consumer Reports: Jamian Juliano-Villani

Jamian Juliano-Villani. JULIE RENDON Jamian Juliano-Villani is an artist currently living and working in New York. She has held solo exhibitions at Massimo De Carlo in Milan, Studio Voltaire in…
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Relax and Plug In: Jillian Mayer Makes Sculpture for the Screen-Obsessed

Models enjoying Jillian Mayer’s Slumpie 2 (2017) at MoMA PS1 during a PopRally event. ARTNEWS “Amazing!” three toddlers screamed almost simultaneously as they ran up to Jillian Mayer’s sculpture Mega…
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‘There’s a Reason the Nose Fell Off the Sphinx’: Urs Fischer on His Rotting Fruits and Vegetables at Karma in New York

Urs Fischer, Faules Fundament (Rotten Foundation), 1998, at Karma. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND KARMA Many of New York’s creative industries slow down considerably in the dog days of August. Take the…
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‘The Geometry of Making’: A Mary Heilmann Doubleheader in New York

Mary Heilmann,Sliding Square #1, 1978. Craig F. Starr. LIGHT BLUE STUDIO/PRIVATE COLLECTION Though Mary Heilmann is, at 77, one of the preeminent painters of today, she was under the radar…
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Betrayal and Vengeance: Clark Filio Shows Fantasy-Inspired Paintings at Kimberly-Klark

Clark Filio, Frodo, 2017. COURTESY THE ARTIST For “Betrayal and Vengeance,” Clark Filio’s debut New York exhibition at Kimberly-Klark in Ridgewood, Queens, the artist is presenting six narrative-dense figurative oil paintings whose process…
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Art as Misbehavior: In a Freewheeling Talk, Peter Saul Addresses UFOlogy and Political Correctness

Lolita Cros and Peter Saul. COURTESY HOTEL AMERICANO “Did you know 121,000 people have seen a flying saucer?” Peter Saul asked curator Lolita Cros on Tuesday night at New York’s Hotel…
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Constant Displacement: Pierre Huyghe on His Work at Skulptur Projekte Münster

The ceiling opens within Pierre Huyghe’s After ALife Ahead (2017) at Skulptur Projekte Münster. ARTNEWS About three years ago, discussing what he planned next for his practice, Pierre Huyghe told me…
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In the Shadow of ‘Solid Doubts’: Robert Stadler Plays at the Noguchi Museum

Installation view of “Solid Doubts: Robert Stadler at The Noguchi Museum,” 2017, at the Noguchi Museum, Long Island City, New York. NICHOLAS KNIGHT/©THE ISAMU NOGUCHI FOUNDATION AND GARDEN MUSEUM,…
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‘I Just Enjoy Making a Big Mess’: Albert Oehlen on His Deconstructed Tree Paintings at Gagosian

Albert Oehlen, Untitled (Baum 84), 2016, oil on Dibond. STEFAN ROHNER/©ALBERT OEHLEN/COURTESY GAGOSIAN Albert Oehlen started painting trees decades ago, if he ever actually started painting trees. “In the…
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Redbuds, Yellowwoods, and a Weeping Persimmon: Asad Raza Brings a Forest to the Whitney Biennial

Asad Raza, Root sequence. Mother tongue, 2017. MAXIMILÍANO DURÓN/ARTNEWS This past weekend, in advance of the first official previews before a public opening on Friday, I took an elevator to the…
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