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Genevieve Quick

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Genevieve Quick is an interdisciplinary artist and arts writers. Her writing has appeared in Artforum, cmagazine, and Art Practical.

Review: Face to face with Leonard Cohen’s choir in ‘I’m Your Man’

Candice Breitz's video "portrait" at the CJM creates a spatial experience of touching vulnerability and awkwardness.

Review: In tackling white patriarchy, ‘The Dope Elf’ erodes life-fiction boundaries

Asher Hartman's experimental theater work at The Lab used planned messiness to provoke questions about the nature of the stage

Review: Pyramids to Panthers, ‘Afro Hippie’ tracks Black Power through time and space

David Huffman locates his Bay Area activist upbringing within the swirling cosmos—an homage to leaders yet to come.

Review: Afloat on the Bay, ‘Night Watch’ presented refugees as they are

Shimon Attie's quiet and simple videos, shown from a barge, refused to emotionally exploit their participants.

Review: Wangechi Mutu brings cosmic energies to Legion of Honor

Stunningly reverberating with the collection, 'I Am Speaking, Are You Listening?' tells different stories of art

Review: Joyous ‘Next to You’ at McEvoy Foundation welcomes viewers back

Fun photographs from the collection, juxtaposed with colorful abstract works that play like musical phrases.

In “Altered States” exhibition, artists play with the illegible

Kandis Williams' sculpture of a monstera plant, intervened with images of Frederick and Helen Pitts Douglass, leads the way.

“Seeing Sound” argues that creating noise is the most human act of all

The KADIST group show (through July 24) presents alternative auditory realities and spaces.

Review: In ‘GOLEM,’ Jewish folklore meets ecological disaster—and it’s funny?

In "GOLEM: A Call to Action" (through December 5), The Contemporary Jewish Museum presents three videos by Los Angeles artist Julie Weitz. All of...

Review: Amanda Curreri quilts lesbian history into art with ‘Terra Tools’

Using images from Cincinatti's "Dinah" newsletter, the artist fabricates queer milestone markers at Romer Young