Even in this acute moment in our history, the artist is able to slow down his looking to find and celebrate the beauty of human determination.
Bernard Piffaretti is an artist who recognizes painting as an act of inquiry and skepticism.
My admiration for Stanely Whitney’s resoluteness has increased over the years, as well as my sense of his growing authority as a masterful colorist.
Dom Sylvester Houédard, friends with the beatniks, littered his texts with references to god and prayer, and had a peculiar sense of humor.
Each of these exhibitions showed me something I had not seen before.
Everything at Once, a vast group exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of Lisson Gallery, strings together an eclectic array of strong but thematically disparate works.
The Puerto Rico-based artist duo examine a tense, close connection with a poetic show using sculpture, performance, photo, and video.
Whitney’s drawings cite influences from Harlem Renaissance literature to bebop.
A new exhibition tells us what we’ve been missing in the work of Marina Adams, Paul Feeley, Joanna Pousette-Dart, and Leon Polk Smith.
Susan Hiller’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery approaches the weird and the unusual with illuminating, liberating aplomb.
Four Ai Weiwei shows across Manhattan explore the aesthetics of crisis and the deluge that might consume us.
The best word I can use to describe the feeling conveyed by John Akomfrah’s films at Lisson Gallery is fey.