Her witchery is mischievous, aiming to trick the beholder into a quite fragile enchantment.
Curated by Jason Vartikar in collaboration with the artist, Companion Species (At What Cost): The Works of Marie Watt highlights tapestries among a variety of textile works.
Otis Jones proves that painting’s parameters continue to be commodious — even reductive painting has not been used up.
Entang Wiharso’s solo exhibition at Marc Straus Gallery is filled with nightmarish allegories and provocative entanglements.
The artist Todd Murphy uses skirts as a means of projection, making them gateways to mythical realms.
Occasionally, we are forced to venture beyond Brooklyn to see art.
Viewers may have seen similar Nitsch installations before, but it is important to re-experience his work, much of which has been long misunderstood by an art world dominated by political theory and formalism.