Grit Richter Searches for a Collective Representation of Memory

Richter’s work is an examination into the representation of experiences and memories.

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Shara Hughes’ Landscape Paintings Aren’t About Nature At All

In her current solo exhibition at Rachel Uffner Gallery, Hughes continues her exploration into landscape painting by focusing in on the representation of flowers.
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Cristina de Miguel Discovers New Dimensions Through Paint

de Miguel is an artist that’s known for her ebulliently expressive paintings with street art flair.
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Ginny Casey’s Paintings Circumvent Logic

Casey paints worlds that combine natural and artificial aspects of life. 
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At Luhring Augustine, Sanya Kantarovsky Demands Your Attention

'On Them' at Luhring Augustine Gallery picks apart the historical past of figurative painting by subverting expectation and warping archetypes into something new.
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The 2019 Whitney Biennial Shines a Light on The Present State of American Art

Operating since 1932, the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Biennial has showcased a collection of artworks reflecting the current state of America at large.
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Katherine Bradford Embraces an Unconstrained Practice

Katherine Bradford uses paint as a means to communicate.
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Lumin Wakoa’s Memories Find a Second Life In Her Paintings

Wakoa's works teeter the line between abstraction and figuration, with forms appearing on the surface as you spend more with them.
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Julie Curtiss’ Debut at Anton Kern is Delectably Satisfying

Curtiss has come to master a style of painting that fuses historical movements and results in a style that is utterly her own.
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