• André Kertész – Photographs

      Tuesday, 16 August 2011 17:53

       Today, 25 after his death, André Kertész (1894-1985) is famous for his extraordinary contribution to the language of photography in the 20th century. His exceptionally long career spanned three different places, and he suffered from having to cope with three cultures and three languages: in Hungary, where he was born but was unable to fulfil […]

    • In Conversation: Kris Scheifele Interviews Stacy Fisher

      Tuesday, 16 August 2011 17:34

      Kris Scheifele: Ever since encountering Dario Robleto, I’ve paid extra attention to the list of materials that go into an artwork. One of the big things that strikes me about your work is the use of repurposed latex paint. How is it repurposed? Stacy Fisher: I purchase it from a place that sells donated house […]

    • What Photography Is

      Tuesday, 16 August 2011 17:10

        As I’ve grown older, I’ve tended to look more than I actually see: scanning the room, sizing things up, and then making assessments. Since childhood, I’ve been trained for this kind of pattern recognition. Sadly, for my generation, seeing is becoming a thing of the past, largely because seeing necessitates reflection and a certain […]

    • Romania and the Avant-Garde

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 13:56

        “From Dada to Surrealism: Jewish Avant-Garde Artists in Romania, 1910-1938” is a scholarly exhibit that presents the merits of some great artists and their masterpieces. The viewer is confronted with a Jewish sensibility used to capture and translate influences from Romanian folklore, Modernist sculpture, and early Dada literature. This revolution in art started among […]

    • The Spectacular of Vernacular

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 13:46

       In an era of virtual neighborhoods and fast-paced Internet communication, the Walker Art Center exhibition, “The Spectacular of Vernacular,” addressed the role of vernacular forms in the work of 26 artists who utilize craft, incorporate folklore, and revel in roadside kitsch to explore the role of culturally specific iconography in the increasingly global world of […]

    • The Mirror of Judgement

      Thursday, 11 August 2011 13:38

        A new exhibition by leading Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto opens this summer at the Serpentine Gallery. Winner of the Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Biennale in 2003, Pistoletto is acclaimed worldwide as a key figure in the development of conceptual art and as a founder of the influential Arte Povera […]

    • In Conversation: John F. Moore, Jr Interviews Paul Corio

      Monday, 8 August 2011 23:33

      John F. Moore, Jr: Why do you prefer abstract painting? Paul Corio: Abstract painting is specifically visual. Its main message is color and scale and size and, very specifically, contour. And, y’know, I’m so focused on color—that’s always been and remains my big thing. Color is really sort of bashful. If you use really active […]

    • In Conversation: Thomas Micchelli Interviews Linda Francis

      Monday, 8 August 2011 23:16

       Linda Francis’ work may be considered geometric, but its conceptual basis goes well beyond formal properties. The following is a discussion with artist and writer Thomas Micchelli about some of its key points. Thomas Micchelli: Do you see yourself as a Romantic? Linda Francis: I’ve always preferred to spend my time imagining things other than […]

    • Characters

      Monday, 8 August 2011 22:49

        This exhibition brings together works by eight Chinese artists who respond to the complexities of the written Chinese language. Whether exposed at an early age to the practice of calligraphy or simply conversant with its basic premises, none of the artists here, with the exception of Gu Wenda, work in the traditional medium of […]

    • Helmut Newton Polaroids

      Wednesday, 3 August 2011 20:17

       As of June 10th, 2011, the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin will be presenting the latest exhibition ‘Helmut Newton Polaroids’. For the first time ever, over 300 works based on the original Polaroids offer a comprehensive overview of this aspect of Newton’s oeuvre. Starting in the 1970s, Helmut Newton used this technology intensively, especially for […]

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