1. Santi Moix
At Paul Kasmin
Works inspired by a recent trip to Morocco include watercolors taken from the artist’s travel sketchbook, large-scale paintings, and sculptures that—drawing on a local craft—are created entirely from recycled rubber tires.
2. Sun Koo Yuh
At Nancy Margolis
Clay sculptures dripping with primary colors—thanks to a unique method of glazing—depict emotionally charged scenes with slightly distorted figures.
3. “The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist”
At Lombard-Freid Projects
Michael Rakowitz vents his fury about the post-invasion looting of the National Museum of Iraq, reconstructing lost objects out of Middle Eastern food items and local Arabic newspapers.