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Allan McCollum

“Everything will be O.K.”—so say hundreds of fictional characters (and President Barack Obama) in this veteran conceptual artist’s online slide show, which he began in 2015....

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An-My Lê

On March 30, An-My Lê took her wooden, large-format Deardorff camera—the same make favored by Ansel Adams—...

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Art 21

Ten days after 9/11, when people’s spirits desperately needed a lift, PBS aired the first episode of “Art...

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“Art at a Time Like This”

体育投注平台How can we think of art at a time like this? That question, posed by the New York curators Barbara Pollack and Anne Verhallen in this online-only exhibition, is answered...

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Brandon Ndife

体育投注平台The title of this young sculptor’s new series, “My Zone,” seems clairvoyant in hindsight: Ndife’s show at the Bureau gallery was slated to open on March 20, the...

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Deanna Dikeman

In 1990, when this photographer’s parents were in their early seventies, they sold her childhood home, in Sioux City, Iowa, and moved to a bright-red ranch house in the...

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“Dorothea Lange: Words and Pictures”

Lange began her influential thirty-year career as a photographer and social crusader doing field work with her husband, the economist...

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Farah Al Qasimi

When the Public Art Fund asked this Emirati photographer to conceive of a public-art project for outdoor spaces usually reserved...

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Feliciano Centurión

This Paraguayan artist, who was based in Buenos Aires, left behind a substantial and stunning body of work in 1996, when he died, of AIDS-related complications, at the age of...

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Gerhard Richter

The shock of eight new abstractions titled “Birkenau,” based on clandestine photographs that were smuggled out of Auschwitz in 1944, retroactively exposes a thread of sorrow and guilt in the...

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Guo Fengyi

For centuries, art was considered a matter of spirit. Then, in the West, modernism sidelined the soul and centered the...

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Hannah La Follette Ryan

Since moving to New York City, in 2015, La Follette Ryan has photographed the hands of subway commuters: fists gripping bags, phones, and cash; lacquered nails and bitten cuticles; fingers...

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“In Praise of Painting”

体育投注平台How great are the Met’s holdings in the Dutch Golden Age? Very. This long-term installation rings the lower level...

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Jeanette Mundt

体育投注平台As New York City’s resourceful small galleries launch online viewing rooms, Company’s is notably chic. The New York painter Jeanette Mundt, whose renditions of female gymnasts impressed at...

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“Judd”

体育投注平台Donald Judd was the last great revolutionary of modern art. The gorgeous boxy objects—he refused to call them sculptures—that the American artist constructed between the early...

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Morgan Bassichis

If your nighttime routine now includes insomnia, Morgan Bassichis wants you to know that you’re not alone. Since New...

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“Peter Saul”

体育投注平台The timeliest as well as the rudest painting show to open this year (at the New Museum) is also the first-ever New York museum survey of this American aesthetic rapscallion....

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Queer Zine Archive Project

As virtual galleries spring up overnight, this nonprofit archive, maintained in Milwaukee, is well into its second decade as a searchable database and browsable reading room. Self-published art books, agitprop,...

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Rhizome

In 1996, the prescient American artist Mark Tribe recognized that the Internet is more than a virtual showroom for conventional...

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Rodney McMillian

体育投注平台The heft and tactility of this Los Angeles artist’s tapestrylike pieces are not lost in the online edition of “Recirculating Goods,” his first exhibition at the Petzel gallery. Crocheted...

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Romare Bearden

From 1958 to 1962, this revered African-American painter put his vibrant representations of black culture and community on hold in order to experiment with geometric and geological surfaces. Among the...

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Saul Steinberg

Titled “Imagined Interiors,” this online exhibition at the Pace gallery, curated by Michaela Mohrmann, is a subtly Zeitgeist-y delight. (Steinberg is, of course, best known for his work with this...

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Srijon Chowdhury

体育投注平台In Chowdhury’s eerily beautiful world, the mythic and the contemporary merge. The Bangladeshi painter, who now divides his time between Portland, Oregon, and L.A., channels the macabre effervescence...

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“The Dinner Party”

For homeschool instructors developing a feminist-history curriculum on the fly, the Brooklyn Museum provides a no-nonsense resource with its digital presentation of Judy Chicago’s monumental installation “The Dinner Party,...

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The Frick Collection

体育投注平台Why does the art of what we term the Old Masters have so much more soulful heft than that of most moderns and nearly all of our contemporaries? I think...

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“The Fullness of Color”

体育投注平台Color is an uncontainable force in this compact show of paintings from the nineteen-sixties (or thereabouts), mostly from the museum’s collection, curated by Megan Fontanella. Morris Louis’s deluge...

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This Year, Frieze New York Is Just an App Away

Accessing Frieze New York usually requires a trip to Randall’s Island. This year, May 8-15, the contemporary-art fair is...

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Timothy Washington

This seventy-four-year-old American artist grew up in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, not far from Simon Rodia’s towers, and his own intriguing assemblages suggest anthropomorphic offspring of those...

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Tussen Kunst & Quarantaine

This gold mine of an Instagram account, run by the Dutch art lover Anneloes Officier, is approaching its two-month anniversary, but its crowdsourced ingenuity shows no signs of letting up....

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“Vida Americana”

The Whitney’s thumpingly great show, subtitled “Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1924-1945,” picks an overdue art-historical fight. The usual story revolves around young, often immigrant aesthetes striving to absorb...

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Zsófia Keresztes

In her first outing in the United States, this Hungarian artist proves herself to be a master of the mixed message—her glass-tile sculptures use a deceptively cheerful palette...

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