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Lauren Seiden, Reflections in a Void (2016) Shows that opened within a few weeks of November 11, 2016 had a lot to bear. Notices for openings were accompanied with phrases like "let's be together in these hard times" and "i'd like to see the people i love rn". It was (and remains) impossible to see any work without this new veil of terror, and not many shows matched the unforeseen challenge; not their fault. Although wild, sensitive, and sometimes dark, none of the...
Eight grey horizontal planes stretch from foreground to background like a wide set of stairs leading only to a wall, or like a set of bleachers pushed up against one, in the opening moments of Buster, a video piece by Kate Gilmore. The first seven of these steps or planes might also be likened to plinths, in a sense, since they’re lined with smallish, minimally shapely, quite unadorned clay pots, about 140 in total....
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art happenings.  If you're not decorating your apartment with gourds, you should be seeing Rachel Libeskind perform tonight at the Center for Jewish History (with music from Danielle Aykroyd and Elvis Perkins). If you're not protesting pumpkin spice, you should head to Red Hook for some delusional duality at Fastnet Gallery on Saturday night. If you're not spending several hours planning your Halloween costume, you're doomed—but you should spend all...
Kanye has always been a major supporter of the arts. He did a lot for Taylor Swift's career, he supported heroic actor Bill Cosby in times of trouble ("BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!") and now, in his latest bid for most-talked-about guy in all of history (and perhaps an homage to his mother, a retired English professor), he made a decidedly feminist follow-up to 'Famous', the sculpture recently unveiled at Blum & Poe in Los Angeles, which may...

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