Brooke Alexander, the New York-based veteran dealer of prints and multiples, is showing a series of lithographs by the artist Bruce Nauman, including this one titled Malice (1980), priced at $12,000. Nauman’s text-based works, which often address violence and detachment, are informed by “how people refuse to understand other people, [and] about how people can be cruel to each other”, he once said. Christie’s London sold a signed edition of the same work for £7,500 last year. On Sunday (21 October) the Museum of Modern Art and its Queens outpost MoMA PS1 opened a major retrospective of Nauman’s career featuring installations, paintings, drawings, sculptures, performances and more, which runs until next February. The dealer is also offering a Nauman lithograph called Life Mask (1981) for $18,000.