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Munro Galloway, 65” x 47.5” (What We Talk About When We Talk About Donuts), 2014. Oil, acrylic and inkjet on canvas, 65 x 47 1/2 inches. Photograph by John Berens,  courtesy of the artist and Soloway Gallery.
Galloway show’s his head-hand coordination. ...
 
Samuel Fosso, Le chef qui a vendu l’Afrique aux colons, 1997. C-print, 101 x 101 cm. Courtesy of the Walther Collection.
Fosso challenges visions of African identity through self-portraiture. ...
 
Josh Dorman, Memento Mori (detail), 2014. Ink, acrylic and antique paper on two panels, 56 x 120 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Ryan Lee Gallery.
Geological-, biological-, and mechanical-history paintings as collage. ...
 


Bjorn Copeland, Remnant Screen IV, 2013. Courtesy of Jack Hanley Gallery, New York

Failing Better: Bjorn Copeland at Jack Hanley


“a Bushwick flaneurial revelling in oddball sidewalk finds”


William Kentridge, Whichever Page You Open, 2013. Drawing, India ink on Craggs Universal Technological Dictionary, 1826, 80-3/4 x 82-5/8 inches. Courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery

Old Forms For New Uses: William Kentridge at Marian Goodman and the Met


“He works with archaic materials using self-imposed limitations”


Installation view: Aldo Tambellini, We Are The Primitives Of A New Era at James Cohan Gallery, 2013. Photographer: Bill Orcutt

Spooky and Luscious: Aldo Tambellini at James Cohan


Reconstructed environments of pioneering cameraless films prefigure upcoming MoMA screenings


Installation view featuring (on the right) Nine Cosmic CD’s: For The Firespitter (Jayne Cortez), 2013, acrylic on canvas, 45h x 137.5w inches. Courtesy Alexander Gray Associates, New York.

Cosmic Put-on: Notes on Jack Whitten


Paintings of the 4th dimension


Anne Truitt, Second Requiem, 1977/1980. Acrylic on wood, 84 x 8 x 10 inches. Courtesy of Matthew Marks Gallery

Finding a Place: Anne Truitt from the 1970s at Matthew Marks Gallery


A true independent with a pastoral sense of existing within a landscape


Torbjørn Rødland, The Corner, 2008-13, 55 1/8 x 43 5/16 inches. Courtesy of Algus Greenspon.

The New Image: Torbjørn Rødland at Algus Greenspon


A photographer’s serious conceptual tone with a hint of satire


Joanne Ziprin, screen-printed greeting card for Inkweed Art [“Stop doodling! Be my Valentine~”] 4 7?8 x 23 7?8 inches, ca. 1952. Photo credit: Jeffrey Sturges. Courtesy of the artist and Maccarone, New York.

Carol Bove’s Uncanny Authorship


A staged meeting of the art object with its other at Maccarone


David Rhodes, Untitled, 2013. Acrylic on raw canvas, 20 x 19 inches. Courtesy of Hionas Gallery

Starkness and Range: David Rhodes at Hionas Gallery


In its last week, a remarkable New York debut on the Lower East Side


Gretchen Bender, video still from Total Recall. Courtesy of The Kitchen.

The Flow of the Pulse: Gretchen Bender at The Kitchen


The future was in the past


Angelina Gualdoni, Opening the Gates, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 47 x 52 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Asya Geisberg Gallery.

Oil as Water: POUR at Lesley Heller and Asya Geisberg


Is the act of pouring paint free from the shackles of art history?