• Made In L.A. 2012

      Thursday, 24 May 2012 19:04

      Made in L.A. 2012, the first in an ongoing series of biennial exhibitions focused on new work created by artists in the Los Angeles region, opens June 2 at the Hammer Museum, LA><ART in Culver City, and the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park in Los Feliz. Building upon the tradition of Hammer […]

    • One Hot Street In Soho

      Wednesday, 23 May 2012 15:16

      In the history of New York City culture, there have been fertile locations, sometimes a single building or a pair of buildings, other times a single street, in which several major people happened to reside at a certain time. 51 W. 10th Street was such a building in the late 19th century; so were the […]

    • Performance Culture: A Trip To Bucharest

      Tuesday, 22 May 2012 20:25

      Perhaps most encouraging about Bucharest is the attitude towards its cultural icons.  Few other countries so boldly champion their contemporary artists.  One can never underestimate the necessity for humanism in an age so overly consumed with money in relation to art.  Leaving NYC for a moment put the arts in perspective, albeit only briefly.  That […]

    • Art As Instinct: In Conversation With Anne Percoco

      Tuesday, 22 May 2012 17:51

      Anne Percoco: The title comes from the Maintenance Art Manifesto by Mierle Laderman-Ukeles. She wrote that manifesto when she was pregnant or just after she had had her baby and she realized that she was spending her time taking care of this baby and of their house. She didn’t have time to make art, so […]

    • Four Shows To See During Bushwick Open Studios

      Monday, 21 May 2012 16:01

      BOS 2012 is an open and inclusive event that benefits the neighborhood by sharing artistic projects and encouraging community interaction and dialogue. BOS brings the neighborhood’s thousands of artists and performers out into the streets and in view of each other, other community residents, and the general public.  Some of the highlights this year include […]

    • Historical Boxing in London

      Friday, 18 May 2012 18:59

      On 23 May, Hauser & Wirth opens ‘The Historical Box’ in its Piccadilly gallery in London, following the exhibition’s critically acclaimed presentation in Zurich. Curated by Mara McCarthy, director of The Box, Los Angeles, this exhibition showcases key pieces by influential American artists including John Altoon, Judith Bernstein, Simone Forti, Wally Hedrick, Robert Mallary, Barbara […]

    • Lost Worlds: Society Beside Itself

      Wednesday, 16 May 2012 20:34

      Born in 1969, Cissé graduated with honors from the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts of Dakar, Senegal, and immediately began showing his work in France, Germany, Italy and England. In 2006, he exhibited at the Centre Pompidou as part of the “Africa Remix” touring exhibition. Cissé views his work as an attempt to release himself from […]

    • Frank Stella: New Work

      Wednesday, 16 May 2012 20:11

      FreedmanArt is pleased to present newly created work by Frank Stella. Stella, widely acclaimed as one of America’s most original, influential, and inventive artists, continues to explore and forge new ground with his most recent relief sculpture, the Scarlatti Kirkpatrick series, initiated in 2006. This bold new chapter, in an exceptional six-decade career, was inspired […]

    • Between Dog & Wolf At Clic Gallery

      Tuesday, 15 May 2012 16:58

      Clic is pleased to present “Between Dog & Wolf”, an exhibition of new Polaroids by New York photographer Mikael Kennedy. Fresh off the heels of Kennedy’s internationally-lauded “Passport to Trespass” series which documented over a decade of the artist’s travels via Polaroids, “Between Dog & Wolf”  is an exploration of the dual ferity and domesticity […]

    • Science Fiction Sufism At Modern Art Oxford

      Monday, 14 May 2012 16:19

      Shezad Dawood (b.1974, London) works in a variety of media. Recalling influences as diverse as cosmology, science fiction and Sufism, his works create multi-layered narratives that undermine conventional ways of seeing, re-imagining moments from multiple sites and histories. For his exhibition “Piercing Brightness” at Modern Art Oxford, Dawood presents new film, painting and light sculpture. […]

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