Deconstructing (and Remodeling) the Gallery: Ayșe Erkmen at Dirimart
Revisiting her prior project at Dirimart, in which she removed and rehung the walls of the gallery, conceptual artist Ayșe Erkmen presents a more decorative installation.By Kaya Genç
Stretched, Stained, and Shed Skins: Quay Quinn Wolf at Jack Barrett
In a set of sculptures exploring self-care, Quay Quinn Wolf alludes to both everyday rituals and age-old concerns.By Simon Wu
Staging the Set: Nikita Gale at 52 Walker
Gale's exhibition is a continuing exploration of the pressures and ramifications of performance via the materials and architecture of the stage.
Reprints and Reversals: Stephanie Syjuco at Ryan Lee
Syjuco's exhibition considered how violence is rendered visible in institutional archives, and alluded to the complexities of digital space as an archive.
Symbol of Substance: “Ceramics in the Expanded Field” at MASS MoCA
Brought together for their explorations of wider possible uses of ceramics, eight artists tend to use clay as a symbol more than a key substance.By Janet Koplos
One Work: Raúl Guerrero’s “Tomo VI: 16 de Septiembre con 5 de Febrero”
Recording a trip to Mexico City in the 1990s, Raúl Guerrero's paintings, framed as book covers, form an idiosyncratic but identifiable portrait of the locale.By Gaby Cepeda
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The Asphalt Avant-Garde
A road trip leads to seeing the US highway system as the country's most spectacular postwar work of art.
Hard Truths: Can Shady Art Dealers Escape Blockchain Armageddon?
An old-school gallerist worries that blockchain technology will force him to pay artists on time.