Writings by Noah Dillon

Hannes Schmid, Cowboy #230, 2017. Oil on linen, 48 x 71 inches. Courtesy of Mitchell Algus Gallery

“Fuck Richard Prince”: The Stolen Memes of Hannes Schmid


on view at Mitchell Algus through October 14


Dawn Mellor, Police Constable Jamilla Blake (Lolita Chakrabarti), 2016. Oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches. Courtesy of the Artist and team (gallery, inc.)

The Policewoman Inside Our Heads: Dawn Mellor at Team


Her show in Soho closed December 23rd


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Back Turned: The Romanticism of Susan Bee and Bill Jacobson


Work by two different artists examine and expand facets of the Romantic tradition in the visual arts.


Installation view, "Calvin Marcus: Were Good Men," 2016, at CLEARING Gallery. Courtesy of the gallery.

Spilled Blood: Calvin Marcus at Clearing


A show of new paintings puts questions to cultural assumptions about war.


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Lars Fisk at Marlborough


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,…


Installation view, "Jonathan Horowitz: Occupy Greenwich," 2016 at the Brant Foundation. Photo by Tom Powel Imaging, Inc. Courtesy The Brant Foundation.

Go Vegan!: Jonathan Horowitz at the Brant Foundation


Contradiction, formalism, and politics in Greenwich, Connecticut.


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Nicole Wermers at Tanya Bonakdar


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…


Gardar Eide Einarsson, The Next Recession and Where to Hide, 2016. Acrylic, graphite and gesso on canvas, 87 x 71 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Team.

Encompassing Hostility: “Golden Eggs” at Team Gallery


A group show gives Marxist voice to recent unrest in art and politics.


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David Claerbout at Sean Kelly


The video artist’s solo show is on view through April 30.


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Taryn Simon at Gagosian


The multimedia conceptualist addresses treaties and their stagecraft.