Western Dreamscape

Dominique Fung uses familiar Surrealist tropes to address Orientalism and a damaging collective fantasy of the West, insisting that the freeing of the unconscious mind might not be all good.

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Water Tight

Nathlie Provosty has mastered a notoriously independent medium: watercolor. Showing a remarkable ability to control its properties, she creates pieces that feel at once liquid and solid.

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South Fork Women

Before it was flooded with houses on postage stamp parcels, the South Fork of Long Island was an artist’s bohemia. This show at Kasmin celebrates eleven women who made the Hamptons their home.

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Left Undone

Regina Silveira has been commissioned to create large scale public works across her native Brazil. This show of the installation artist’s unrealized works may be one of our only opportunities to see her work, but it doesn’t do it justice.

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Siege of the Museum

Installation and video artist Hito Steyerl has a grasp on the complicated forces that make up the 21st century. Drill, her newest project for the Park Avenue Armory, proves she still has it.

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Chi è Carla Prina?

Carla Prina was an Italian abstractionist with her own perspective. Little known outside her native Italy and adoptive Switzerland, Shin Gallery revisits a woman deserving of much more recognition.

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More Than Half

For the first time the Whitney Biennial’s curators have included a majority of female artists in their survey. 84-year-old Chicago artist Diane Simpson is one of them, with a room of her own.

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Bloom & Bust

Though her flower paintings appear to be of the 21st century, Shara Hughes takes a cue from the Golden Age of Dutch painting, more specifically, the tradition of vanitas.

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Maine on My Mind

There is a special place in my heart for the coast of Maine, something Nancy Cohen and Susan English understand, as both their solo shows take inspiration from the great state and its rocky coastline.

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