• Adam Fowler, Untitled (41 Sheets), 2011, Graphite on paper, hand cut
36 x 120 inches (91 x 305 cm

      Adam Fowler: Escaping Forward

      Thursday, 29 August 2013 18:43

      Once a mark exists on a page, for the most part that’s it. Erasing can make the pigment seem to disappear, but the impression the drawing implement has left on the surface remains. It usually cannot be moved around. Usually. Adam Fowler’s exhibition of new work titled Escaping Forward at Margaret Thatcher Projects offers one […]

    • Page spread courtesy of the reviewer.

      Hal Foster’s Art-Architecture Complex

      Wednesday, 28 August 2013 09:00

      The relationship of art’s influence on architecture and vice versa is a phenomenon that grows steadily stronger as the fields continue to grow closer and closer together. The ambitions of leading figures in either field are constantly pushing them to find new ways to express their increasingly complex ideas, which often means bleeding over the […]

    • Installation view of The String and the Mirror, organized by Lawrence Kumpf and Justin Luke, Lisa Cooley, New York, 2013
Courtesy of the artists and Lisa Cooley, New York. Photo: Cary Whittier 

      The String and the Mirror at Lisa Cooley Gallery

      Tuesday, 27 August 2013 09:01

      In the past half hour, chances are you’ve noticed something about sound—friends interrupting each other, cell reception breaking up, a noise you thought came from your home that in fact came from the apartment below. There are a lot of strange things happening in our sonic universes. But what happens when you render sound tangible? […]

    • Image courtesy of Andreas Exner and Emblem Books.

      Jane O’Neill’s Austral Avenue

      Monday, 26 August 2013 09:00

      What happens when you turn a house into a gallery? This is what Jane O’Neill explores by way of essays in Austral Avenue: An experiment in living with art, which was recently published with Emblem Books. Austral Avenue was a house in Brunswick, Melbourne that O’Neill turned into an independent gallery with the goal of […]

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      NY Arts Picks Highlights for the New York Film Festival 2013

      Thursday, 22 August 2013 09:44

      The roster of exciting new films was released for this year’s New York Film Festival earlier this week, and it seems the festival is beginning a promising start to it’s second half century. Now in it’s 51st year, the NYFF will screen selections from both young up-and-coming filmmakers, as well as new work from directors […]

    • Film still from Nothing New, 2012. Image courtesy of the artist.

      Community Organisms: Charlotte Meyer talks with Oded Hirsch

      Wednesday, 21 August 2013 20:38

      Charlotte Meyer: Your work has incorporated, and mainly been shot in the Israeli landscape. Your ideas have included raising something, a tractor from the earth in your most recent film elevating your father onto a high platform in your 2009 video 50 Blue, and saving somebody, as in the hanging entangled parachutist in Nothing New […]

    • Image courtesy of the artist and Pogo Books.

      Into the Light by Sandy Kim from Pogo Books

      Monday, 19 August 2013 18:58

      A rainbow opens like a pink-red mouth across the sky. A man crouches in front of a lit-up fridge like it’s an oasis of light in the dark room. Light like yellow sweat is drying on a man’s face. In a self-portrait, Kim sticks out her tongue and a wave of reflected light fans out behind her […]

    • Image courtesy of swissinfo.ch

      Sandbox Democracies

      Thursday, 15 August 2013 18:53

      The 20th annual Jornadas de Estudio de la Imagen is the kind of luxurious discussion event that happens regularly here in Madrid. This June, the CA2M (Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo) in the town of Móstoles near Madrid, hosted “Speculating on Change”–an enormously wide brief during these very interesting times. Present behind nearly all […]

    • Image courtesy of Kate Branom.

      Cutie and the Boxer: Enduring Love Against the Ropes

      Tuesday, 13 August 2013 09:20

      The blue hour eased itself into the end of what had turned out to be a beautiful day despite a rainy morning. Adult couples on Saturday night dates showed their IDs at the door of the Old American Can Factory in Gowanus as volunteers gave them wristbands for courtyard or rooftop seating. Some patrons filed […]

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      Eleven Ways To Think About Boullet: A Review in Real Time

      Thursday, 8 August 2013 09:00

      1. Eh, voilà! Inside the commune mailbox is an old fashioned, hefty brown flat packed with books from Antenne Publishing in London. All of them are by or about one Victor Boullet, a migrant artist with a French name, who claims to be of Scottish origin but was brought up in Norway, and is now waving […]

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