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New York

A retrospective at the Jewish Museum, New York, explores how the artist has continued to insist on the violent costs of our domestic comforts

By Ara H. Merjian

New York

18 Jan
24 Feb

New York

2 Mar
13 Apr

New York

2 Mar
13 Apr

New York

2 Mar
13 Apr
View of the exhibition at Perrotin New York
©Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli. Courtesy of the artist & Perrotin

New York

12 Jan
17 Feb
View of the exhibition "Big Time", Josh Sperling at Perrotin New York
©Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli. Courtesy of the artist & Perrotin

New York

12 Jan
17 Feb
View of the exhibition "Alcove", Jens Fänge at Perrotin New York
©Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli. Courtesy of the artist & Perrotin

New York

12 Jan
17 Feb

New York

5 Jan
9 Feb

New York

5 Jan
9 Feb
Historical events influencing the disappearance of this determined that from the end of the time to the beginning of the century, only the area of the current Old was and the early axis remains only as a vestige as it nails itself to the cross. (detail), 2018, marble, stainless steel, aluminum, pewter, leather, parachute cord, orthopedic jaw fixation device, 2 x 0.4 x 0.3 m. Courtesy: JTT, New York 

London

12 Jan
9 Feb
Erin Riley, Stepbrother, wool and cotton tapestry, 1.2 x 1.2 m. Courtesy: P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York

London

12 Jan
9 Feb