The review should summarize the main arguments of the selected show, and should give the reader a clear sense of the exhibition. The review should succinctly describe the material constitution and appearance of a few of the works on view. The review, in addition to describing the show, should come to some short (one sentence or so), incisive conclusions about the merits or weaknesses of the exhibition. As in any art review, clear summary, concise yet interesting descriptions, and a penetrating punch of analysis are key. In spite of their short length, art reviews should be as specific as possible; picking a few discrete examples and arguing your point through them is crucial to avoid generalizing.
The files below are the names of Aguilar’s work that exhibited at Lyles & King.