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Georgia O’Keeffe: To See Takes TimeBy Rebecca Schiffman
MAY 2023 | ArtSeen
In the eyes of the profound American artist Georgia OKeeffe (1887-1986), a single artwork cant always fully express the complexity of its subject: sometimes it takes a few tries. Up now at MoMA is a wonderful expansion of that idea in Georgia OKeeffe: To See Takes Time, featuring more than 120 works on paper spanning five decades of the pioneering artist's career.
Discovering Duchamp through the Fourth Dimension in 1971By Linda Dalrymple Henderson
OCT 2022 | Critics Page
In 1970 the Stedelijk Museums first major Kazimir Malevich exhibition had revealed his use of Fourth Dimension in his titles. And, most importantly, there was a clue in the entry for Duchamps 1920 Rotary Glass Plates in the 1968 catalog of the MOMA exhibition The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age.
Rithy Panhs Everything Will Be Ok and IrradiésBy Farah Abdessamad
OCT 2022 | Film
The latest two films of Cambodia-born filmmaker Rithy Panh, Everything Will Be OK (2022) and Irradiés (2020), are premiering in North America at MoMA, as part of the first-ever retrospective of his 30-year-long career.
Deana LawsonBy Zoë Hopkins
JUNE 2022 | ArtSeen
There’s a way things seem to glow in Deana Lawson’s most recent solo exhibition at MoMA PS1. Crystals and gems tucked away in gallery corners glint with a quiet allure. Frames made from mirrors catch the light and refract it into glowing portals, enshrining Lawsons photographs and holding us in rapt attention.