‘Just Above Midtown’ Revisited at MoMA – A Model to Replicate
by Nina Mdivani // Mar. 7, 2023
The exhibition ‘Just Above Midtown: Changing Spaces’ at MoMA in New York took into account this formidable history and told the story of the space and its artists, using a wealth…[read on]
Accessibility in Inaccessible Spaces: An Interview with Shannon Finnegan
by Emily McDermott // Nov. 10, 2020
Seeing a bench in a gallery that says “This exhibition has asked me to stand for too long. Sit if you agree,” is a sight for sore eyes—not to mention sore bodies…[read on]
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]
Article by Louisa Stark // May 27, 2018
First held in 1998, Berlin’s inaugural Biennale for Contemporary Art was titled ‘Berlin/Berlin’ and, under the curatorial direction of MoMA’s Klaus Biesenbach, explored the rapidly changing nature of the city…[read on]
Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // Apr. 19, 2018
Assemblage is Cathy Wilkes’ medium of choice. She creates installations that show scenes from everyday life, using a combination of made sculptures and found objects. Based in Glasgow, the Belfast-born artist draws upon…[read on]
Article by Nat Marcus in Berlin // Jun. 27, 2017
Like proper witches, the BRUJAS collective shifts shapes: they are a skate crew emerging from the Bronx in the past few years, as well as an apparel design collective, party hosts, and a facilitator of workshops on…[read on]
Blog post by Melissa Pink – in Berlin; Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015.
Blog post by in Berlin; Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014.