Six Superb Shows in New York: Jessi Reaves, Mimi Gross, Nolan Simon, ‘Strategic Vandalism,’ ‘Notebook,’ and Caroline Goe

The city is at its best right now, overflowing with great exhibitions. Read More

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‘Making a Painting More Alive’: Charline von Heyl’s Hirshhorn Museum Survey Is a Master Class in Abstraction

Thanks to the U.S. government shutdown, the exhibition in Washington, D.C., has received a generous extension, and will run through April 21. Read More

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Flipping the Gaze: Exhibitions Around Mexico City Depict the Body as Corporatized, Colonized, Tortured, Retooled, Ungendered, Queered, Conspicious

In Mexico City this past winter, I visited numerous shows that dealt with the body and identity. The first was at the Museo Jumex. The museum stands in the middle of a corporate mall complex, in a posh steel-and-glass district … Read More

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Labors of Love: The 2018 Carnegie International Is Buoyant, Beautiful, and Strangely Conservative

Its curator, Ingrid Schaffner, has said that she wanted her edition of the every-five-years show “to inspire museum joy.” Some 33 artists and collectives have taken up the task with aplomb. Read More

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