• B r e a t h i n g

      Thursday, 24 March 2011 14:12

      Curator Soo Jung Hyun / Asst. Curator Sung Ho Choi                              March 29 – April 26, 2011Tuesday- Saturday11:00 am – 6:00 pmReception: March 29, Tuesday, 6-8 pm   In recent years the art world has under gone tremendous changes involving expanded varieties of multimedia form. Diverse categories, such as modernism, avant-gardism, post-structuralism, and multiculturalism have given […]

    • Language and Perception

      Tuesday, 22 March 2011 10:56

        Writing on René Magritte’s famous pairing of an image of a pipe with the phrase CECI N’EST PAS UNE PIPE, Michel Foucault argued that the artist creates an “unravelled calligram,” in which text and image operate not in terms of glib resemblance but as a ruined tautology. This formulation serves as an apt entrée […]

    • Christie’s Sale of the Swiss

      Tuesday, 22 March 2011 10:54

      Christie’s spring sale of Swiss art at the Kunsthaus Zurich on 21 March 2011 will bring together outstanding works from famous artist fathers and their equally famous sons. The top lot of the sale, which comes from a Swiss private collection, is Giovanni Giacometti’s family portrait Unter dem Holunder / Under the elder tree (1911) […]

    • Video 2011 PART V: Patty Chang

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 23:02

      Momenta Art 359 Bedford Avenue, between S. 4th and S. 5th, 718-218-8058, March 17 – March 27, 2011    Opening: Sunday, March 20, 3 – 5 PM Momenta Art is pleased to present a new video installation by Patty Chang on view from March 17- March 27, 2011.  Patty Chang examines the psychic and physical […]

    • The Light Show

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:58

      Kate Werble Gallery 83 Vandam Street, 212-352-9700, March 19 – April 23, 2011 Opening: Saturday, March 19, 6 – 8 PM Kate Werble Gallery presents The Light Show, new work by nine New York City-based artists who were asked to make a self-illuminating sculpture specifically for this exhibition. Featured Artists: CHRISTOPHER CHIAPPA, BROCK ENRIGHT, RACHEL […]

    • Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Protests

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:54

      A group of more than 130 artists, including many prominent figures in the Middle Eastern art world, says it will boycott the $800 million Guggenheim museum being built in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, unless conditions for the foreign laborers at the site are improved, Nicolai Ouroussoff reports for the New […]

    • Leo Steinberg (1920–2011)

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:50

      Leo Steinberg, one of the most brilliant, influential, and controversial art historians of the last half of the twentieth century, died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan, reports Ken Johnson for the New York Times. He was ninety. Johnson writes that the titles of his two best-known books, Other Criteria: Confrontations With Twentieth-Century Art […]

    • Two Riparian Tales of Undoing

      Sunday, 20 March 2011 22:45

      Duke RileyMagnan Metz Gallery521 West 26th StreetChelseaFebruary 26 – April 9, 2011 Friday, February 25, 6 – 10 PM   Magnan Metz Gallery is proud to announce Two Riparian Tales of Undoing, Duke Riley’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, and first since his critically acclaimed exhibition After the Battle of Brooklyn in 2007. The […]

    • £7,000 Sun Dial at Christie’s

      Tuesday, 15 March 2011 21:59

      Text:  Rare Sundial Once Used to Grow Strawberries Sundial Expected to Realise Over £7,000 Christie’s.  A Scottish sundial. Estimate: £7,000 and £10,000. Photo: Christie’s Images Ltd 2011. LONDON.- A Scottish sundial boss discovered half-buried in the ground in Herfordshire, England, and then used by the owner to grow strawberries, is expected to realise between £7,000 […]

    • Glenn Ligon: AMERICA

      Tuesday, 15 March 2011 21:52

      March 10–June 5, 2011, Whitney Museum of American Art AMERICA is the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective devoted to this pioneering New York–based artist. Throughout his career, Ligon (b. 1960) has pursued an incisive exploration of American history, literature, and society across a body of work that builds critically on the legacies of modern painting and […]

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