Diana C. Stoll reviews Ken Abbott’s new exhibition at the Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina, which focuses on the day-to-day of a prominent local farm.
On Josef Astor’s recent exhibition at Participant Inc., New York, which connects photography, installation, and dance.
A review of Gillian Laub’s work, Southern Rites, which documents the residents of a Southern U.S. town that held racially segregated proms.
A review of Candida Höfer’s recent show at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York.
Tate Britain’s first-ever exhibition to focus on a living photographer features the work of Nick Waplington
Two exhibitions highlight collections of art and oddities belonging to some of today’s most prominent photographers.
In How We See, Laurie Simmons revisits familiar territory, posing models in staged scenes emulating doll-like figures.
Janet Delaney: South of Market gives a glimpse of a bygone San Francisco, before Silicon Valley and soaring rents defined the city
A review of Thomas Demand’s multiple exhibitions now on view in Los Angeles.