Exhibition Review

"An Alternative History of the Future," Frieze

‘As If: Alternative Histories from Then to Now’ collects an archive of what could have been: frightening speculation of a victorious US Confederacy and the triumph of the Nazis over the Allies, as well as utopian visions of an uncolonized Africa and worlds free of patriarchal oppression.

"An Alternative History of the Future," Frieze

"Ruptured Histories: Chinn Wang at The Print Center," Art in Print (featured on cover)

Wang, an artist and professor at the University of Denver, works at the intersection of print and digital media, distorting and altering images to examine the malleability and truthfulness of personal, political and historical narratives.

"Ruptured Histories: Chinn Wang at The Print Center," Art in Print (featured on cover)

Critic's Pick: Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Artforum.com

Informal, intimate scenes of black life—often tender—dominate Brown’s first solo exhibition, “a simple song,” the title of which is based on I Wrote a Simple Song, soul artist Billy Preston’s 1972 record that talks about the disappointment of making deeply private music for public consumption.

Critic's Pick: Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Artforum.com