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by Chelsea Rector
The Pit: Exhibitions & Editions
Right now, my favorite London-based fashion blogger, Susie Bubble, is on holiday in Santa Monica. “Is it Blackpool? Great Yarmout... [more]
by Peter Augustus
Liu Dao Art Collective 六岛 at island6 Hong Kong
Following the glamorous opening of The Altar of Bling in May, island6, the cutting edge Shanghai-based artist collective, is curren... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
De Hallen Haarlem
Compiling an attractive and wholesome summer exhibition: it’s an art form in itself. During the cultural low season, when... [more]
by Caroline Picard
Heidi Norton at Elmhurst Art Museum
Mies van der Rohe is such an historic presence. The aftershock of his innovation is still palpable, reflecting as it does the... [more]
by Keren Goldberg
Ed Atkins at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Human sounds of drinking, whispering, laughing, and singing surround the old British Army magazine building of the Serpentine Sackl... [more]
by Charlie Schultz
Florian Maier-Aichen at 303 Gallery
Florian Maier-Aichen’s recent show at 303 Gallery—his fourth to date—splits into two distinct sets of photogra... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Paul Chan at Schaulager
Paul Chan, born in 1973, is a child of his time. He has cast aside modernism’s Big Ideas and is free of any kind of canon. H... [more]
by ArtSlant Team
SITE Santa Fe
At the Eldorado Hotel's Agave Lounge, over fabulous margaritas, ArtSlant's editor in chief, Natalie Hegert, met with Santa Fe a... [more]
by Hannah Hoel
SITE Santa Fe
SITE Santa Fe’s new biennial series, SITElines, signals a new format for recurrent exhibitions that reduces the term &l... [more]
by Ed Schad
Annenberg Space for Photography
I only need one song to explain how I feel about country music: George Strait’s So Much Like My Dad. A modest hit in 1992, th... [more]
by Gan Uyeda
Graham Foundation
In the sprawling exhibition Everything Loose Will Land, currently on view at the Graham Foundation, curator Sylvia Lavin deftly te... [more]
by Rob Goyanes
Chayo Frank at Guccivuitton
As I left for the infamous Amertec building in Hialeah—a twenty-minute drive from Miami—worrying about the coming... [more]
by Kara Q. Smith
Michelle Grabner, Angie Wilson, Lena Wolff at Cult
Here, the process and patterning of quiltmaking multifariously inspires. The repetitive tattoo of the sewing machine, the lush an... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
Public art has to strike a difficult balance in a city like London that is constantly evolving. It carries with it associations of... [more]
by Allyson Parker
Art Hamptons
Thursday night heralded in the brigade of well-dressed fair-flockers for the opening night of ArtHamptons. A celebrity studded... [more]
by Nicole Rodriguez
Karl Larsson at Galerie Kamm
In October 2013, Joanna Kamm hosted the Karl Larsson exhibition Twelve Hours at her Berlin-Mitte gallery, Galerie Kamm. In 2014,... [more]
by ​Andrew Berardini​
Surely black, but so lively one cannot catch its true hue. Volcanic glass cooled too fast to crystalize, scientists never can qui... [more]
by Brad Phillips
Owen Kydd at Cooper Cole
Sifting through the biographical information sent to me by the gallery regarding the small (two works total) solo show by Canadian,... [more]
by Megan Liu Kincheloe
Ryan Lauderdale, Jessica Sanders at KANSAS
In their two-person exhibition, Ryan Lauderdale and Jessica Sanders present work that takes various approaches to creating physical... [more]
by Allyson Parker
artMRKT Hamptons
It’s official! This past 4th of July celebration greeted the summer season of New York City’s art scene. Hordes of urbani... [more]
by Max Nesterak
Art Hamptons
This year, ArtHamptons returns to the Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark bringing a unique focus on contemporary Korean art. Cit... [more]
by James Loks
Colin Snapp at Galerie Allen
Galerie Allen is a run by the Australian team of independent curator Joseph Allen Shea and artist Mel O'Callaghan, and is situated... [more]
by Sonja Hornung
State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (General Staff building)
The Cossacks are an East Slavic ethnic group who have long retained independence from the Russian territorial zone. They exi... [more]
by Deepika Sorabjee
Ashish Avikunthak at Chatterjee & Lal Gallery
In Rati Chakravyuh, filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak presents several conceits. A single take of 102 minutes in a 105-minute film, sc... [more]
by Allyson Parker
Rockaway Beach Surf Club
Last weekend Rockaway Beach’s Fort Tilden opened its gates to a crowd of art connoisseurs, local creatives, and bronzed beach goe... [more]
by Gan Uyeda
Jeff Carter at THE MISSION
Chicago has a special claim to a Bauhaus lineage. It makes sense that the legendary German school of design relocated to the... [more]
by Lauren Tresp
SITE Santa Fe
SITE Santa Fe was founded in 1995 as an institutional platform for the only international biennial in the United States, and... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Michiel Voet at Nieuw Dakota
One of the most remarkable images in the Jeff Wall exhibition currently at the Stedelijk Museum is the constructed photograph... [more]
by Bradley Rubenstein
Walter Robinson at LYNCH THAM
With exuberance and dark wit Walter Robinson has explored America’s fascination with the seedy underbelly of urban lif... [more]
by Marianne Templeton
Kati Horna at Jeu de Paume
Despite being at the forefront of documentary photography during the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s and the Mexican Surrealist mov... [more]
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