• Piero Golia at Gagosian Beverly Hills

      Monday, 18 July 2011 19:40

      In the early evening of August 4, 2010, police were dispatched to Woodrow Wilson Drive in the Hollywood Hills. As a local TV station reported the following day, a driver had crashed his taxi into a house following a disagreement with a pair of Italian honeymooners over the fare, leading to his arrest. In the […]

    • Exposed

      Monday, 18 July 2011 19:24

      This exhibition brings together the photographs of four exceptional artists, each working with the representation of the human form. The fabrication of individual male bodies into multi-limbed hybrids, makes Antony Crossfield’s exploration of the male form at once unsettling, yet weirdly beautiful. Phillip Toledano’s highly-crafted images combine up-close physical observations that are imposing, detailed and […]

    • In Conversation: Lisa Williams Interviews Amy Feldman

      Monday, 18 July 2011 18:58

      Lisa Williams: I remember first encountering your work about five years ago. Since then, it has undergone a gradual paring down of color and shape, becoming more fluid and self-assured. Can you talk about some of the changes in your work? Amy Feldman: In many ways my paintings are about overcoming the anxiety of their […]

    • Personifying the Intangible

      Friday, 15 July 2011 20:01

      I search for the substance of desire, control, and attachment by imagining their physical references in psychic, virtual, and erotic worlds. In my recent videos, Static and Sequester, I aim to personify what is intangible, to maintain it and hold onto it, with the camera as witness. I incorporate breath, bodily forces, and time limits […]

    • A Matter of Heart

      Thursday, 14 July 2011 14:13

         A MATTER OF HEART is the second exhibition of Brian Reed’s five-part Journey of Love series. This latest installation and live performance follow Reed’s critically acclaimed New York Times reviewed exhibition, Through the Heart of it All. “To know love as beauty, one must know the beauty of suffering and pain.”   Brian Reed, […]

    • Silke Wagner

      Wednesday, 13 July 2011 18:04

      Works shown at Galerie Wilma Tolksdorf were recently presented in the artist’s solo show „COVER WORKS (New Works)“ in Oldenburger Kunstverein. These works have a different focal point. Silke Wagner has chosen artworks of eleven 20th century female artists and converted them into new forms. Such an aesthetical dialog can be understood as homage to […]

    • Crossings: Recent Works by Andrew Binkley

      Tuesday, 12 July 2011 21:26

      The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu is pleased to announce the exhibition of Andrew Binkley’s latest body of artwork entitled Crossings. Throughout Binkley’s work as an artist, he has utilized a variety of media and approaches to uncover and explore our notions of time and patterns of human behavior. In Crossings, Binkley brings into play the time-based […]

    • A Gentil Carioca

      Monday, 11 July 2011 21:19

      Tanya Bonakdar Gallery presents a group exhibition organized by the Rio de Janeiro-based gallery A GENTIL CARIOCA, featuring five artists from this gallery’s program. Artists in the show include Ricardo Basbaum, Carlos Contente, Laura Lima, Maria Nepomuceno, and Thiago Rocha Pitta. A GENTIL CARIOCA is a gallery situated in the Central Historic district of Rio […]

    • Only Her Body

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 20:08

      Following Yang Shaobin’s environmentally-themed solo show Blue Room, he returns to UCCA to curate Only Her Body, an exhibition of luminous landscapes from talented young painter Kong Lingnan. This is the eleventh in UCCA’s series of “Curated by…” exhibitions, which aim to foster a new generation of Chinese artists by pairing them with established artists […]

    • In Conversation: Jason Stopa Interviews Katherine Bradford

      Thursday, 7 July 2011 19:35

      Jason Stopa: I like that your paintings seem to hover somewhere between the imaginary and the real. In a sense, they arrive at third space that is akin to a dream-like state. Can you tell me how you arrived at painting this way? Katherine Bradford: My early paintings were abstract; I thought of myself as […]

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