1. Sue de Beer
At Marianne Boesky Gallery
A new video installation titled “The Quickening,” inspired by the Salem Witch Trials, takes an oblique look at female sexuality, sin, persecution, and the possibility of being freed from such constraints.
At Gladstone Gallery
The artist’s San Francisco streetscapes from 2000 to 2006, including the first American exhibition of his beautiful “Twentieth and Mississippi—Night.”
Life-size conté-crayon portraits on butcher paper capture the artist’s neighbors in Houston’s largely African-American Third Ward.