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Andrea K. Scott: Philip Taaffe, at the Luhring Augustine gallery.

May 13, 2013

Remember beauty? For a refresher course, visit Philip Taaffe's new show—a dozen kaleidoscopic big paintings and a wall of sixteen black prints—his first at the Luhring Augustine gallery, to which he decamped from the international supermarket chain that is Gagosian. Taaffe, fifty-eight, has . . . (Subscription required.)

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