Posts Tagged ‘Devon Caranicas’

On the Road: Conversation with GRAYSON COX in New York

Grayson Cox – “Ergonomic Discussion Lectern”

Article by Devon Caranicas – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012.

Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Grayson Cox draws on his printmaking background, two year sojourn in Tokyo and ergonomic design as inspiration for his sculptural and wall hanging work. Most recently, the artist’s solo The Water’s Fine at Gasser & Grunert in New York CIty embodied a more relational aesthetic through his inverted table top installation. Circular spaces of various sizes were removed from an installed wall-to-wall wooden form, forcing viewers to crouch…[read on…]

On The Road: Sara Oppenheimer at PPOW gallery in New York

Sarah Oppenheimer

Blog post by Devon Caranicas – in Berlin; Monday, Sept 17, 2012.

American artist Sarah Oppenheimer has created another hallmark structural intervention at PPOW gallery in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. Titled D-33, this triptych of geometric gaps have been seemingly sliced into the corners of the white walled exhibition space……
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L.A. Art and PST at Martin-Gropius-Bau

Article by Devon Caranicas – in Berlin; Friday, Mar. 30, 2012.

As Los Angeles’ artistic reputation is shifting into the spotlight, the city remains an anomaly for many. Known for a culture whose biggest export is Hollywood, it’s easy to assume that celebrity and superficiality rule supreme in the west coast capital…[read on…]

Christine De La Garenne

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Christine de la Garenne
by Devon Caranicas // Oct. 31, 2011
At first glance, Christine de la Garenne’s stylish living room with a low slung beige couch, white modern chandelier and detailed antique molding seems void of…[read on]

Ifran Onurmen: Otopsi

Article by Devon Caranicas // June 8, 2011
The neighborhood of Tophane has carved itself out as a petite art’s distract within the western side’s new city (complete with it’s own Art Walk Guide boasting a modest 11 destinations). It is in this enclave that I found Ifran[read on]