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by Guy Parker
Gordon Matta-Clark at Galerie Thomas Schulte
“Why hang things on a wall when the wall itself is so much more a challenging medium?” —Gordon Matta-Clark ... [more]
by Christina Catherine Martinez
Hammer Museum
It was a very nice hospital. It had a view and a private sitting area in the room. I had tubes sticking out. Some to drain fluids... [more]
by Ryan Wong
LAPD at Queens Museum of Art
The title says it: Do you want the cosmetic version or do you want the real deal? Los Angeles Poverty Department, 1985-2014.... [more]
by Ellie Armon Azoulay
Mathieu Pernot at Jeu de Paume
Mathieu Pernot’s new show at Jeu de Paume follows twenty years of his career but it also follows the tragic downhill pat... [more]
by Natalie Hegert
Jordan Tate at Transformer Station
"Black as midnight on a moonless night." That’s how Special Agent Cooper likes his coffee, and that’s what I thought of... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Kyla Mallett at Paris London Hong Kong
Affirmation, fulfillment, declaration; these are all terms used to describe motivational speaking. This form of address is de... [more]
by Sonja Hornung, Richard Pettifer
HAU Hebbel am Ufer
On Friday, April 4th, a conversation about Art in the Public Sphere was held at HAU, Berlin, between Alice Creischer, Oliver... [more]
by Andrea Alessi
Richard Mosse at Foam - Fotografie Museum
“Are you an artist or a journalist?” Marcel Feil, the Deputy Director of artistic affairs at Foam, wasted no ti... [more]
by D. Dominick Lombardi
Laurie Simmons at Salon 94 Bowery
It would be ridiculous to discuss gender issues, stereotyping, objectification, fetish, or fantasy in contemporary art withou... [more]
by Andrew Berardini
“You will hear people say that poverty is the best spur to the artist. They have never felt the iron of it in their fles... [more]
by Roslyn Bernstein
These days, photographer John McDermott, once described as the “Ansel Adams of Angkor” by a New York Times write... [more]
by Vernissage TV
Cildo Meireles at HangarBicocca Foundation
Interview with the Brazilian artist Cildo Meireles on the occasion of his solo exhibition at HangarBicocca in Milan, Italy... [more]
by Guy Parker
Hans Richter at Martin-Gropius-Bau
The movie camera – that bastard son of a thousand alchemists, illusionists, inventors, and old showmen – could h... [more]
by Gabrielle Lipton
Germaine Richier at Dominique Lévy Gallery
Forty-six of French artist Germaine Richier’s sculptures fill the three floors of the Dominique Lévy gallery in a... [more]
by Georgia Phillips-Amos
It may be reductive, but whenever I look at the Brazilian art world I am really looking for the hidden invitation to do more... [more]
by Charlotte Jansen
My memories of São Paulo are of an astoundingly big, vertical metropolis – it’s not a city, it’s a c... [more]
by Brad Phillips
Peter Doig at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA)
The Musee Des Beaux-Arts in Montreal is currently hosting what it claims to be the first comprehensive survey show of Doig's... [more]
by Graham Webster
Boers-Li Gallery
In 2014 Beijing's 798 Art District has transformed from its genesis as a haven for artist studios. The district is not only a show... [more]
by Lauren Tresp
Jonathan Blaustein, Nina Elder, Debbie Long at Harwood Museum of Art
In the stark, grandiose landscapes of Northern New Mexico, it is easy to see the human element as small. Significant to be sure, but c... [more]
by Rob Goyanes
Kyle Chapman, Sebastian Duncan Portuondo, Reno Reeves at Space Mountain
Space Mountain, a fresh art space in Miami brandishing the motto “no brands, no grants,” recently hosted Certain Se... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Viviane Sassen at Nederlands Fotomuseum
“Shadow is built like a cattle rustler’s dream girl: long-legged, long-armed, long-framed,” writes Moses Iseg... [more]
by Edo Dijksterhuis
Some 45,000 works of art. That’s the number of artworks owned by the twenty member companies and institutions upon the... [more]
by Philippa Snow
He is the Patron, and he is your King. He is the God of the artworld, even more than Jeff "vacuum-cleaner" Koons, or Richard... [more]
by Andrew Berardini
Anthony Pearson at David Kordansky Gallery
Who needs the sun? The dappling of sunlight through the branches of trees plays on pavement with incredible beauty. The shifting leaves shift... [more]
by Phoebe Stubbs
South London Gallery
Welcome to Iraq at the South London Gallery is a restaging of the Iraqi Pavilion from the 2013 Venice Biennale. The original exhib... [more]
by Sam Steverlynck
Art Dubai
With a great deal of high-quality exhibitors and artworks, exciting satellite shows, and a breath-taking setting – imagine an o... [more]
by Vernissage TV
Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle
The exhibition A Few Grams of Red, Yellow, Blue at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle CSW in Warsaw (Poland) is a... [more]
by Olga Stefan
Stefan Constantinescu at Kalmar Konstmuseum
In the first of seven films in a series dealing with love between men and women (started in 2009 and proposed to end in 2019),... [more]
by Stephanie Cristello
Renaissance Society
If you walk through the stacks of Barnes & Noble, you might find yourself in the aisles of young adult fiction, which despite its... [more]
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