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The New Yorker: Catherine Opie's Walls, Windows and Blood
The New Yorker: Catherine Opie's Walls, Windows and Blood

New Yorker critic Jackson Arn reviews Opie's newest body of work, currently on view in New York.

Frieze: Nari Ward’s Spiritual Alchemy
Frieze: Nari Ward’s Spiritual Alchemy

The artist discusses how his sculptural practice is grounded in the invisible with long-time friend and collaborator LeRonn P. Brooks

Financial Times: Lehmann Maupin to Open Pop-up in Milan this Spring
Financial Times: Lehmann Maupin to Open Pop-up in Milan this Spring

The gallery will have a pop-up space in Milan from April 12 to June 21, housed at Circolo, a non-profit owned by the architect-collector Nicole Saikalis Bay.

The New York Times: Hands-On Art at the Brooklyn Museum’s New Education Center
The New York Times: Hands-On Art at the Brooklyn Museum’s New Education Center

Do Ho Suh's Artland, an ever-expanding fantasy world designed and molded by children, inaugurates the newly renovated 9,500-square-foot wing.

ARTnews: Lehmann Maupin, Kukje Gallery to Represent Octogenarian Korean Sculptor Kim Yun Shin
ARTnews: Lehmann Maupin, Kukje Gallery to Represent Octogenarian Korean Sculptor Kim Yun Shin

Lehmann Maupin and Seoul’s Kukje Gallery will jointly represent Kim Yun Shin, who is is regarded as one of the first women to formally train as a sculptor in Korea.

Galerie: Discover Dominic Chambers’s Dreamy Paintings of Kite-Filled Skies
Galerie: Discover Dominic Chambers’s Dreamy Paintings of Kite-Filled Skies

Galerie previews the artist's new exhibition at Lehmann Maupin, which coincides with his first institutional show in his hometown, St. Louis.

The New York Times: Tammy Nguyen, Maximalist at Play
The New York Times: Tammy Nguyen, Maximalist at Play

In paintings and handcrafted books, the artist layers lush themes from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Vietnamese history, and explores our relationship to nature.

The New York Times: Met Announces 2024 Art Commissions, Including Lee Bul, Sculptor of Cyborgs
The New York Times: Met Announces 2024 Art Commissions, Including Lee Bul, Sculptor of Cyborgs

Lee, of South Korea, will transform the facade.

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