Latin American Artists at the Marciano
"Latin American Artists" fills the Ballroom Gallery on the Marciano's top floor. The elevator doors open to a hall of paintings by Gabriel Orozco. A brand-new one, Golden Lady (2017), looks back to a modern "ism" that never quite was.
Conrad's Chain Reaction (1991) isn't. Ortega supplies show's centerpiece, an exploded view of domesticity titled Architecture without Architects, 2010.
It's a busy season, with PST, Bellini, and Kusama infinities competing for attention. But the Marciano's "Jim Shaw: The Wig Museum" might be the most audaciously realized mega-show of all. It's been extended through Jan. 13, 2018.