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08 Jun 2017, Ithaca: The War to End All Wars: Artists and World War I, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, reviewed by Arthur Whitman

07 Jun 2017, New Haven: Lawrence Morelli: The Third Person, Artspace, reviewed by Heather Kapplow

07 Jun 2017, Venice: China Beautiful, Biennale di Venezia, Pavilion of the Chinese Republic, Arsenale, reviewed by Rob Mackenzie

07 Jun 2017, Miami: John Dunkley: Neither Day nor Night, Pérez Art Museum Miami, reviewed by Elisa Turner

02 Jun 2017, Durham: Nina Chanel Abney: Royal Flush, Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, reviewed by Christopher Vitiello

01 Jun 2017, Frankfurt am Main: Photographs Become Pictures: The Becher Class, Städel Museum, reviewed by Vera Wilde

01 Jun 2017, Columbus: Gray Matters, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, reviewed by Sarah Rose Sharp

31 May 2017, Dallas: Between Heaven and Hell: The Drawings of Jusepe de Ribera, Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, reviewed by Tim McClure

30 May 2017, Chicago: It will be more like scratching than writing, Goldfinch, reviewed by Alan Pocaro

28 May 2017, New York City: Seurat's Circus Sideshow, Metropolitan Museum of Art, reviewed by Arthur Whitman

25 May 2017, Frankfurt: René Magritte: The Treachery of Images, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, reviewed by Vera Wilde

25 May 2017, New Haven: Paul Theriault: The Electronic Arts Library, Artspace, reviewed by Heather Kapplow

24 May 2017, Chicago: Looking at the Present: Recent Works by Jim Dine, Richard Gray Gallery, Gray Warehouse, reviewed by Tom Pekovitch

23 May 2017, Boston: Steve McQueen: Ashes, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, reviewed by Christopher Snow Hopkins

22 May 2017, New York City: Anselm Kiefer: Transition from Cool to Warm, Gagosian, reviewed by Ashley Norwood Cooper

22 May 2017, Brooklyn: Dana Gordon: New Paintings 2015-2017, Sideshow Gallery, reviewed by Ann Saul

18 May 2017, Venice: Jana Želibská: Swan Song Now, Biennale di Venezia, Czech Republic and Slovak Republic Pavilion, Giardini, reviewed by Rob Mackenzie

18 May 2017, Boston: James Kinny: Roil & Hush, Matter & Light, reviewed by Susan Post

17 May 2017, Brooklyn: National Affiliates: She Persisted, SOHO20, reviewed by Harry Newman

17 May 2017, Hong Kong: Carlos Cruz-Diez: Mastering Colour, Puerta Roja, reviewed by Andy Gambrell

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