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2012: Year in Review

Like topography in an aerial photograph, the top shows of 2012 jumped right off the page. Here they are, star-dusted and ready for replay.

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New York Photo League @ CJM

Armed with Leicas and street smarts, they photographed New York during times of cataclysmic change, when photography itself was moving from activism to personal expression to fine art.

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Cult of the Machine @ de Young

Art that glorified the industrial might of the “American Century.”

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East as Eden: Martin Wong @ BAMPFA & Anglim Gilbert

No artist better encapsulated the East Village of the 1980s. Robert Atkins reports.

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Mark Van Proyen on Documenta 14 (Part 1)

The pulse of the world, measured by a twice-a-decade art event, now expanded to Athens.

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Transcendental Tinkering: Garage Inventors @ Hosfelt

Objects of wonder from Bay Area techno-wizards. Marcia Tanner reports.

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The 11th Gwangju Biennial

What is art supposed to do? The longest-running Biennial in Asia hazards a guess. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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‘The Stand-Ins’ @ Haines

A group show of photo-based work built around the idea of surrogacy reminds us that art is long; life is short. Maria Porges reports.

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Robert Frank @ Cantor Arts Center

“He sucked a big sad poem right out of America onto film.” –Jack Kerouac

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55th Venice Biennial: Part II

In addition to the main events, this year’s Biennial featured 88 national pavilions and 46 collateral exhibitions. Mark Van Proyen reports.

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