Article by Lee Escobedo // Sept. 06, 2018
‘Hyperobjects’ at Ballroom Marfa, organized by Laura Copelin and Timothy Morton, focuses on ecological occurrences that are beyond the human capacity for understanding…[read on]
Article by Lee Escobedo // Dec. 08, 2017
For his current exhibition, ‘La levadura y el anfitrión’ (The Yeast and the Host) at Museo Jumex in Mexico City, Philippe Parreno is asking you to suspend your belief in the gallery as it’s traditionally conceived, as a white cube…[read on]
Article by Lee Escobedo – in Berlin // Saturday, Apr. 23, 2016.
In Dallas, there is no busier time in the art world then mid-April. During the Dallas Art Fair
you can see a survey of international galleries, as well as some local favorites, at the downtown Fashion Industry Gallery
. Typically, Dallas is known as a painter’s city…[read on…]
Article by Lee Escobedo – in Dallas; Monday, Feb. 15, 2016.
Green and blue bodies tussle and tangle together on canvas. These are not alien forms, but regular, average people fucking. They pulse and pound in sync, sometimes out of it…[read on…]
Interview by Lee Escobedo – in Berlin; Wednesday, Feb. 03, 2016.
It consumes, absorbs, appropriates, without hesitancy and without judgment. The net is an impartial landfill for all our latent desires and anxieties. When harnessed, it can be a beautiful simulacrum of abstraction, a place where our dreams and nightmares become bedfellows, exploring what was, is, and can be. Iranian-born new media artist and thinker …[read on…]