Paul McCarthy’s radical approach has not been diluted over a lifetime of factory-like levels of production. His work is currently at Hauser & Wirth in New York City.
A conversation with Cruz-Diez is excerpted from Brodsky’s extensive oral histories with the seminal artist. His new work is at Maxwell Davidson Gallery through June 28.
Chelsea Knight on performing motherhood and marriage in her new video, The Breath We Took and why “write what you know” is limiting advice.
Word Choice features original works of fiction and poetry. Read an excerpt from Karl Ove Knausgaard’s forthcoming fictionalized memoir, My Struggle.
Taylor Mead 1925-2013, his innocence, sophisticated wit, and infinite charm will be sorely missed.
Nathan Mabry on his first solo show in New York, as well as mixing ancient shamans with Donald Judd and sports mascots with Rodin.
Graham talks to Kim Gordon about the use of sound and music in his films, installations, and paintings. His work is at 303 Gallery in New York through June 15.
Murray and Bartlett reminisce about the New York art world of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Barlett’s show Chaos Theory (1972-2013) is at the Locks Gallery through June 29.
Julie Mehretu’s sprawling, layered paintings unravel the constructs and conventions of our often violent environment. Her new work is at Marian Goodman through June 22.
Artist Jorge Macchi’s experiments with theatrical forms, music, and fiction in the ephemeral and accidental substance of his works. His show Loop is at Alexander and Bonin through June 15.
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