At the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, the artists’ first US museum survey traces their slick, satirical and sentimental practice

By Grant Klarich Johnson

At Nasher Sculpture Center, the prolific artist’s solo exhibition chafes at the history of Western modernism

By Jonathan Griffin

AND NOW, Dallas (F2)

Pia Camil, ‘Bara, Bara, Bara’, 2017, installation view, Dallas Contemporary. Courtesy: Dallas Contemporary, Dallas; photograph:  Kevin Todora

Dallas Contemporary, Dallas, USA

By Kate Green
Anita Steckel, New York Landscape (Woman pressing finger down), c.1970–80, silkscreen print, oil paint and collage on canvas, 1.6 × 2.5 m. Courtesy: Courtesy the Anita Steckel Estate and Suzanne Geiss, New York; photograph: Jason Mandella

Dallas Contemporary, USA

By Anne Dresden
Piero Golia, Chalet Hollywood, 2016. Courtesy the artist; photograph: Jeremy Bittermann

What Piero Golia's Chalet project reveals about private and public social spaces for artists

By Aram Moshayedi