In the German artist and filmmaker’s work from the ’70s and ’80s, Glinda the Good Witch becomes a bearded queen in a shopping mall, and that’s just the beginning.
Myles’s photographs don’t feel precious at all, though there is something relentlessly intimate in their flat-footed irreverence.
“Visual poetry” is a phrase that gets thrown around quite a lot these days. Poetry has its own complexities, as captured by Monique Mouton’s subtle work.
Bring your discarded sewing, or the sewing you never started, or the sewing you wish you knew how to do, for a day of personal and community mending.
Satoshi Kojima’s paintings don’t examine human relationships — they fondle them like a bear fondles picnic food.
Condo New York is a sprawling, collaborative omnibus exhibition spanning spaces in Chelsea, the Lower East Side, and Tribeca.
Stepping into Jessi Reaves’s show at Bridget Donahue gallery, I was at once slightly thrown by the sense of having entered a showroom display.
Deceptively casual and casually deceptive, Monique Mouton’s abstract paintings at Bridget Donahue on the Lower East Side are simple statements wrought from a density of decision-making, starting with the often irregular shape she chooses as a surface.