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The Renaissance Society, 5811 S. Ellis Aenue, Bergman Gallery, Cobb Hall 418, Chicago, Illinois 60637
Society basement storage, and a newspaper read during installation. She frees these "things" by disassociation, estranging them, removing them from their context so they can become: forms, colors, lines, themselves. The installation transforms these objec
The Art Institute of Chicago, S Michigan Ave & E Adams St, Chicago, Cook, Illinois 60604
The Art Institute of Chicago presents a selection of five towering sculptures by Swiss-born, New York'based artist Ugo Rondinone.
David Castillo Gallery, 2234 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127, United States
Systems of visual and performative integration are prodded, inverted and fully exposed to a public audience in Xaviera Simmons' solo exhibition, 'Open', with David Castillo in Miami. Review by Shana Beth Mason
Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90024
With their symmetrical compositions, intricate patterns, and lush colors, Maya Hayuk's paintings and massively scaled murals recall views of outer space, traditional Ukrainian crafts, airbrushed manicures, and mandalas.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128
Over the past decade, Wool's simultaneous embrace and repression of painting's expressive potential have culminated in an open-ended vein of works that he refers to as his 'gray paintings,' in which Wool alternates between the act of erasing and the act o
Gladstone Gallery, 530 West 21st Street, New York, NY 10011
For this ambitious and complex presentation - Today Diggers, Tomorrow Dickens - Gaillard has created two complementary bodies of sculptural works that explore notions of regeneration, ruination, and decay, turning his eye to the relationship between evolu