Sarah Valdez

Art

Against All Odds: Radical Latin American Women Artists

A new show at the Brooklyn Museum surveys decades of resistance and creation by female artists who have been overlooked by art historians.
Sarah Valdez
4.26.18
Art

Artist Doug Aitken Says Life Is a Film and We're All Directing

Doug Aitken wants to put reality into question in his new show on the origins of the cell phone, now on view at 303 Gallery.
Sarah Valdez
4.17.18
Art

MoMA's New Photography Show Is a Testament to Being Human

"Being: New Photography 2018" is comprised of work by 17 photographers, all under 45, from eight countries.
Sarah Valdez
3.22.18
Art

A New Gallery in Tribeca is Showing Paintings That Aren't Paintings

The inaugural show at Ortuzar Projects focuses on contrarian French artist Michel Parmentier.
Sarah Valdez
3.2.18
Art

Isa Genzken Is Supreme's Newest Frenemy

The sculptor's new show at David Zwirner shows a mash-up master at work.
Sarah Valdez
2.27.18
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Hirshhorn Museum Postpones Krzysztof Wodiczko Project After Parkland Shooting

The institution has delayed showing the work for fear of giving offense, but their U-turn sends a muddled message.
Sarah Valdez
2.16.18
Art

The Obamas' New Official Portraits Celebrate the Power of Possibility

The National Gallery in Washington, D.C., hosted this morning's big reveal of the official paintings by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald.
Sarah Valdez
2.12.18
Art

Danh Vo's Fragmented Lady Liberty Is an Anti-Monument to Our Time

The peripatetic Danish-Vietnamese artist's Guggenheim survey reveals his complex relationship to national and familial identity.
Sarah Valdez
2.9.18
Art

Tania Brugera's Performance Was Banned in Cuba, But You Can See It at MoMA Now

Clear your schedule: Only four people are allowed in at once.
Sarah Valdez
2.2.18
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Women’s History Museum Makes Chaotic Clothes that Are Revolution-Ready

Amanda McGowan and Mattie Rivkah Barringer flex their cut-'n'-stitich aesthetic in a gallery setting.
Sarah Valdez
1.22.18
Art

An Artist's Provocative Photos of Family Life in a Damaged Town

LaToya Ruby Frazier's affecting new work casts an unflinching look at the effects of pollution.
Sarah Valdez
1.17.18
Art

What Happens in This James Turrell Installation Stays in This James Turrell Installation

The artist's project in Las Vegas admits only six people at a time, making for an exclusive experience of pure light and color. Supported by Louis Vuitton.
Sarah Valdez
1.17.18
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