Agustín Fernández’s visual innuendos seduce the viewer into lingering on the threshold of visual perception.
The first thing that makes Keister an outlier is that he made sculpture that you didn’t back into, but which you bumped your head against.
The Austrian painter Tillman Kaiser does something unexpected and frankly welcome. Rather than accept that painting is used up or on life support, Kaiser opens up the discourse through the use of egg tempera (a medium dating back to Egyptian mummy portraits) on photograms (a 20th-century invention) mounted on wood.
One of the more ferociously beautiful shows you’re likely to see this season is by a 79-year-old painter who was barely out of high school when she was given six months to live.