Work by two different artists examine and expand facets of the Romantic tradition in the visual arts.
A show of new paintings puts questions to cultural assumptions about war.
Although he’s previously worked with Marlborough Chelsea, notably in their “Broadway Morey Boogie” installation along Broadway between 59th and 166th streets in 2014 and ’15, “MR. SOFTEE” is Lars Fisk’s first solo show with the gallery. Fisk formerly worked with the trippy jam band Phish, doing stage design, and his work here is definitely psychedelic,…
Contradiction, formalism, and politics in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Nicole Wermers’s sculptures operate both as clever art-historical jibes and contemporary political satire. Their ergonomic and utilitarian construction, using industrially produced materials, continues a kind of mainline homage to Marcel Duchamp, staging objects in ways that highlight their alien nature. Her Vertical Awnings series (rolled-up awnings with colored stripes) is coyly reminiscent of Daniel Buren’s stripes and Nancy…
A group show gives Marxist voice to recent unrest in art and politics.
The video artist’s solo show is on view through April 30.
The multimedia conceptualist addresses treaties and their stagecraft.
A photographic portrait of Elizabeth Taylor via her home.
A performance at a Baltimore gallery that raises questions about government intrusion and our responses to it.