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10 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before April 22
New York Observer

Opening: “Adriana Varejão: Kindred Spirits” at Lehmann Maupin
Adriana Varejão’s sixth solo outing at the gallery offers a selection of paintings from two recent bodies of work that explore the effects of colonialism on the aesthetics of identity. The 29 paintings in this internationally recognized Brazilian artist’s Kindred Spirits series present realistic portraits of Ms. Varejão with her face and body decorated with motifs related to Native American tribes as well as Minimalist artworks, while her abstract series of “Mimbres” paintings make visual reference to the artistically sophisticated group of people of the same name who inhabited the American Southwest in the 11th century.