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Tucker Nichols @ Gallery 16

Minus the cacophony of his installations and wall works, these standalone paintings and drawings reveal a droll sense of humor and abundant invention.

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Andrea Way @ Brian Gross

Set the realm of the intangible, Way’s art exemplifies Klee’s credo: “Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible.”

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Secondhand @ Pier 24 Photography

This sprawling, ambitious, head-spinning show uses vernacular images to chart photography’s impact, from the beginning to the present.

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Ai Weiwei @ Alcatraz

Underlying Ai’s work is a rhetoric of struggle and a landscape of ruins into which he breathes fire. Jeff Kelley reports.

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“Garble” @ Catharine Clark

This show of text-based art affirms a core principle of Conceptualism: ideas, not their delivery systems, are what matter.

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Dean DeCocker & Peter Wayne Lewis @ JayJay

The iconography of flight and the resilience of molecular life forms are the respective subjects of sculptor DeCocker and painter Lewis.

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Airplane Show @ b. sakata garo

A mix of Conceptualism and Funk, it delivers an abundance of an all-too-rare commodity: serious fun

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Andrew Schoultz @ Hosfelt

With dazzling draftsmanship and imagination, Schoultz symbolically captures the zeitgeist.

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2014: The Year in Review

A selection of outstanding exhibitions from the past year.

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Keith Haring @ de Young

Haring died of AIDS in 1990. But in his line and his politics he remains irrepressibly alive.

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