Posts Tagged ‘drawing’

Bruce Nauman: Atomizing Movement into Touch

Article by Jack Radley // Jan. 11, 2019
For Bruce Nauman, touch is sensual and sexual, prohibitive and encouraged, instinctual and directed. Spanning both the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1, ‘Disappearing Acts’[read on]


Rethinking Masculinity at Galerie im Turm

Berlin Art Link review of 'Mighty Good Men' at Galerie im Turm

Article by Ilyn Wong // June 20, 2018
In their exhibition ‘Mighty Good Men,’ the artists Andrew J Burford and Constantin Hartenstein critique masculinity as fractured and troublesome, yet always inescapably hegemonic[read on]


BLINK // Michelle Rawlings

Michelle Rawlings: 2017, Installation View // Courtesy of AND NOW

Article by Louisa Stark // May 12, 2018
A very particular culture and aesthetic surrounds the figure young woman or teenage girl that, nowadays, is both created by and viewed through the framework of social media. Michelle Rawlings, a[read on]


Heiner Franzen

by April Dell // Apr. 23, 2018
Walking into Heiner Franzen’s bright and spacious studio is like entering into a huge version of one of his drawing room installations. Rather than finding…[read on]