[…] David Hammons African-American Flag, though not at the Mnuchin show, has been flown and shown.  William Pope L.’s flag flew last summer at MOCA in LA, and Dread Scott’s A Man Was Lynched By Police Yesterday hangs outside of Jack Shainman 20th street space today. Fred Wilson brought one of the flag works from his series which takes color away leaving the black lines and forms from African countries in different eras.  Less political but no less interesting where Richard Tuttle’s cloth pieces at the Met (The Critical Edge which ends this week) which move like flags but look to me like sketches for a new kind of adjoined emblem of statehood.  Alex Dodge’s American flags as positive and negative at Klaus von Nichtssagend were vibrant and dimensional.    Dominique Levy’s drawing show a few months back featured the same Oldenburg flag, made with discarded materials, that I loved at MoMA a few years ago.  […]