• Ron Gorchov At Cheim & Read

      Friday, 27 April 2012 15:47

      Rejecting the traditional rectangular painting support, Gorchov is able to create a compositional balance all his own – one that continues to feel fresh. His skill in dealing with a unique support feels almost as if the work were  able to carve out it’s own niche in painting history. The selectively hung exhibition, curated by […]

    • On The Passing Of Two Critics

      Thursday, 26 April 2012 19:16

      Two recent deaths in the art world have caused some reflection on the state of criticism.  Firstly, is Amos Vogel.  Vogel was one of the most influential cineasts in New York City. He was best known for his seminal book Film as a Subversive Art (1974).  He was also the founder of the New York […]

    • The Counter Attack of the San Francisco Avant-Garde

      Thursday, 26 April 2012 16:17

      In the first phase, opened by a hilarious but somewhat unnecessarily prolonged and messy BUTOH  performance (sort of post-1945 “avant-garde” Japanese expressive dance) of the performance artists, Ronnie Baker and Luku-San, Elena Slivnyak displayed some of her latest experimental work whose choice of evolving futuristic forms as well as visibly tough and all-purpose texture clearly […]

    • Otto Peine: Light

      Wednesday, 25 April 2012 05:00

      In 1957, Otto Piene and Heinz Mack founded the ZERO movement, exploring experimental media and techniques, with the motivation that “everybody should have a better life.” Piene who is famous for his smoke and fire paintings, created new art forms called “Light Ballet” and “Sky Art”. He lives in Cambridge, MA, USA, and in Düsseldorf, […]

    • Nicolas Carrier And The Roving Eye

      Monday, 23 April 2012 17:41

      The work of Nicolas Carrier is mainly composed of videos. His videos are of two types: some are “written” films with a synopsis and a direction, others reuse found footage. In both cases, the question is to attain the borders of the narration and to see how, by referencing cinema, to get out of the […]

    • Francesca Woodman Visible/Invisible

      Monday, 23 April 2012 17:08

      On January 19, 1981, photographer Francesca Woodman jumped to her death from the roof of a loft on East 12th Street. She was just a few months shy of her 23rd birthday. Like Rimbaud, Woodman left behind a very special legend and legacy, from which 120 vintage photographs, various large–scale blueprint studies of human figures […]

    • The Ten Best Shows To See In Paris This Spring

      Friday, 20 April 2012 17:12

      Gallery La Maison Rouge will stage the first major international exhibition of neon art from the 1940s to the present day. Hundreds of different pieces and work will be presented, with many being shown for the very first time. Artist’s that will have their work exhibited are; Lucio Fontana from the early 1950s, François Morellet, […]

    • 
Toshikatsu Endo And The Holy Of Holies

      Thursday, 19 April 2012 16:30

      With his work, Japanese artist Toshikatsu Endo, addresses human existence. He wishes to return to a facet of contemporary life that seems to have disappeared.  His art is a device to go back to the essence of human existence. With materials, such as bones, wood, water and fire, his mostly circular sculptures have a primal […]

    • First and Only Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art Launches

      Wednesday, 18 April 2012 16:31

          Even well after the cultural wars of the mid 1980’s, the representation of sexual difference in art has been aggressively policed. And America’s museums, with few notable exceptions, have been silent in the face of what is now the most vocal contemporary civil rights frontier. But there has never been a shortage of […]

    • An Ambiguous Topography: A Conversation with Jane South

      Wednesday, 18 April 2012 15:49

      British born artist Jane South lives and works in New York, creating sculpture and installations reflecting the architectural forms of her surroundings. What begin as 2-dimensional drawings become hanging or standing geometric installation sculptures. The artist constructs intricate, yet often large-scale works from card and paper that are visual abstractions of mid-20th century industrial detail. […]

    Page 74 of 115« First...102030...7273747576...8090100...Last »