The New York Observer 2004

Agnes Martin at PaceWildenstein

Albert Oehlen at Luhring Augustine

Ana Mendieta at The Whitney Museum of American Art

Anish Kapoor at Barbara Gladstone Gallery

“Assemblage” at Zwirner & Wirth

“Back to Paint” at C&M Arts

“Breaking Boundaries: Early American Abstraction, 1930-1945” at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Bryan LaBoeuf at Miller/Geisler Gallery

Claire Seidl at Rosenberg + Kaufman

Dale Chihuly at Marlborough Gallery

Dieter Roth at The Museum of Modern Art

Ed Ruscha at The Whitney Museum of American Art

Esphyr Slobodkina at Kraushaar Galleries, Inc.

Georg Baselitz at Gagosian Gallery

George Condo at Briggs Robinson Gallery

Hans Richter at Janos Gat Gallery

Hilary Harkness at Mary Boone Gallery

“Indexing The World” and August Sander at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jan Müller at Lori Bookstein Fine Art

Jeff Koons at C&M Arts

Joel Sternfeld at Luhring, Augustine Gallery

Joseph Heidecker at Ricco/Maresca Gallery

Lynda Benglis at Franklin Parrasch Gallery

Manny Farber at P.S.1

Marc-Antoine Fehr at Jan Krugier Gallery

Martin Mull at Spike Gallery

Mernet Larsen at The New York Studio School

Pipilotti Rist at Luhring, Augustine

Raphael at The Frick Collection

Robert Ryman at Peter Blum

Salvatore Federico at George Billis Gallery

Sarah McEneaney at Gallery Schlesinger Ltd.

Susan Hartnett at Danese Gallery

“Terrorvision” at Exit Art

Tom Goldenberg at Salander-O’Reilly Galleries

Willard Boepple at Salander-O’Reilly Galleries

“Willem de Kooning: Garden in Delft” at Mitchell-Innes & Nash

William Hudders at Tatistcheff Gallery

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