By Rachel SmallPhotography Mary Manning
“Extraordinary Realities” illuminates Shahzia Sikander as an artist precocious, experimental, and resolutely committed to her ideals across changing landscapes, both physical and geopolitical.
In “Conditional Bloom,” the artist’s first solo show with Lisson, Hanos shows dozens of new paintings, unified only by the artist’s promiscuous yet unmistakable sensibility.
In a solo exhibition at Jenny’s, frottage, a technique for taking rubbings, gives rise to Enzo Shalom’s pale and haunting works on paper.
The first version of this group show of contemporary Brazilian artists premiered under the same name at Carpintaria, Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel's venue in Rio de Janeiro in 2020. Many of the artists made works specifically for this New York iteration.
Polymathic artist, writer, and performer Gregg Bordowitz’s mid-career survey at MoMA PS1, “I Wanna Be Well,” memorializes, mourns, and agitates for awareness of the AIDS epidemic.
In an exhibition of two series of photographs and a new collection of objects, An-My Lê, brings light to how ubiquitous the landscapes of war can be, and how repetitive its vernacular.
High culture, low cuisine —there’s layers to “Ladyfinger and Fig Mcflurry,” a group show of twenty-one artists at 56 Henry.
Antwaun Sargent’s curatorial and directorial debut at Gagosian Gallery, "Social Works," features work by artists such as David Adjaye, Linda Goode Bryant, Theaster Gates, and Carrie Mae Weems.
Centropy —the coming together of energy, or the opposite of entropy—is the guiding light of this Guggenheim exhibition of Deana Lawson’s recent work,
This delectable summer group show celebrates the return of small pleasures, such as dining indoors.
Time is on the mind at GEMS, a new space in Chinatown—and time will tell what kind of gallery it will be.
A group show of ten Indian artists at Aicon Gallery riffs on Derrida’s idea of a gift drawing a temporal interval before its counter-gift, to meditate on the nature of time.