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2020Solidarity Posters

体育投注网平台Like sane people everywhere, artists are practicing social distancing. They’re also banding together, and not just on Zoom. More...

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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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“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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“Félix Fénéon: the Anarchist and the Avant-Garde”

体育投注网平台This terrific show, now languishing in darkened galleries at the Museum of Modern Art, should not pass uncelebrated—or unvisited, to the extent that MOMA’s Web site ameliorates...

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“In Praise of Painting”

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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“Irrigation Veins”

Galerie Lelong and the P.P.O.W. gallery collaborated on this show about the pathbreaking feminist artists Ana Mendieta (1948-1985) and Carolee Schneemann (1939-2019), pairing not only their works...

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“Jordan Casteel: Within Reach”

The first solo museum show by this American painter, who captures both likeness and mise en scène with tender incandescence in her figurative works, was open at the New Museum...

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Marie Laurencin

体育投注网平台Laurencin was a Parisian painter and an avant-garde saloniste—a friend to Picabia and Braque—whose ambrosial variant of Cubism looks like fuzzed-out rococo. She worked as a...

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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”

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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“Strange Days: Hit Pause”

体育投注网平台New York's indispensable alternative art space White Columns is a haven from the mainstream. It champions sparky unknowns who are just starting out and superb weirdos who'...

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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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“Well Now WTF?”

As most of the art world moves online, sometimes awkwardly, this free-for-all of GIFs recalls the energy and the ethos of networked art’s early decades. The curators Faith Holland,...

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