march 16–31, 2023


  • Josephine Tey, The Franchise Affair
  • Ray Bradbury, The Martian Chronicles
  • William Shakespeare, King Lear
  • Josephine Tey, Miss Pym Disposes
  • Josephine Tey, Brat Farrer
  • Mary Gaitskill, Bad Behavior: Stories
  • Iris Origo, War in Val d’Orcia: An Italian War Diary 1943–1944
  • Martin Amis, The Rachel Papers
  • Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine
  • Franz Kafka, The Sons, translated by Edwin Muir, Willa Muir, Ernst Kaiser, Eithne Wilkins & Arthur S. Wensinger
  • Josephine Tey, The Daughter of Time


  • Salomé, directed by Charles Bryant


  • “Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today”, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
  • “Interiors,” MCA Chicago
  • “Enter the Mirror,” MCA Chicago
  • “Duane Linklater: mymothersside”, MCA Chicago
  • “Pop-Up Books through the Ages,” Newberry Library, Chicago
  • “Surviving the Long Wars: Residues and Rebellions,” Newberry Library
  • “Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color,” Metropolitan Museum, New York
  • “Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art,” Met
  • “Marcus Behmer,” Galerie Buchholz, New York
  • “Barnett Newman,” Craig F. Starr
  • “Miyoko Ito,” Matthew Marks Gallery
  • “Gerhard Richter,” David Zwirner
  • “Gordon Matta-Clark & Pope.L: Impossible Failures,” 52 Walker
  • La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Jung Hee Choi: Dream House
  • “Craft & Conceptual Art: Reshaping the Legacy of Artists’ Books,” Center for Book Arts
  • “Nancy Spero: Woman as Protagonist,” Galerie Lelong
  • “Hermann Nitsch: Selected Paintings, Actions, Relics, and Musical Scores, 1962–2020,” Pace
  • “Kenneth Noland: Stripes/Plaids/Shapes,” Pace
  • “Victor Pasmore: The Final Decades,” Marlborough
  • “Red Grooms: Ninth Street Women Meet the Irascibles,” Marlborough
  • “Nicole Eisenman: Prince,” Print Center New York
  • “Buck Ellison: Little Brother,” Luhring Augustine
  • “Brígida Baltar (1959–2022): To Make the World a Shelter,” Nara Roesler
  • “Tauba Auerbach: Free Will,” Paula Cooper Gallery
  • “Beyond the Light: Identity and Place in Nineteenth-Century Danish Art,” Met

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