The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see if you could jetset from one international art hub to the next.
Henry Inman, No-Tin (Wind), a Chippewa Chief, 1832-33. On view at Art Gallery New South Wales in Australia through February 9.
Dennis Hutchinson, Adrian Street with his father at the pithead of Brynmawr colliery, Wales, 1973, black-and-white photograph. On view at Manchester Art Gallery in Manchester, England through Jan 19.
Bob Mizer, Untitled (Dennis Lavia Seated in Garage), Los Angeles, c. 1964, Vintage large-format black and white negative Silver gelatin print, 8 x 10 in. Printed with permission of Bob Mizer Foundation, Inc. On view at the Pacific Design Center in L.A. through January 26.
Paulo Bruscky (in collaboration with Daniel Santiago), Cleaned and Disinfected, 1987, 12 x 16 cm. On view at the Bronx Museum in New York through April 13.
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