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 William Kherbek // May 18, 2018
AA Bronson and General Idea provide a perspective not only on the ways in which communities can create art, but the ways in which art can create communities. The retrospective ‘Catch me if you can! AA Bronson…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in St. Louis // Apr. 24, 2018
Mona Hatoum’s most recent exhibition, ‘Terra Infirma’, destabilizes universal notions of home, displacement, and global conflicts. After its premiere at The Menil Collection in Houston, the artist’s first American survey show…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in Berlin // Dec. 15, 2017
Apichatpong Weerasethakul, or ‘Joe’ as he’s known to most fans, grew up in a hospital. The child of two Thai doctors, Weerasethakul spent most of his time surrounded by the colors, odors, and rituals of this…[read on]
Article by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 02, 2015.
Over 50 years ago, artists Otto Piene
and Heinz Mack
, an international art movement in response to the limits and constraints of post-war artistic paradigms…[read on…]
Article by Cara Cotner – in Berlin; Wednesday, Apr. 18, 2012.
Berlin currently plays host to an unprecedented trio of Gerhard Richter exhibitions. Gerhard Richter: Panorama
is a comprehensive retrospective at Neue Nationalgalerie, and the accompanying Editions 1965-2011
at me Collectors Room is a collection of Richter’s graphic prints, photographic editions and artist’s books…[read on…]
Blog entry by Florence Reidenbach – in Berlin; Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011.
Yayoi Kusama had a vision from early on, and expressed it using a lot of different mediums, from paintings, to sculptures, and then through live art…
Blog entry by Anna Freedman – in Berlin; Thursday, October 27, 2011.
Fredrich Seidenstücker had a particular quirkiness when it came to taking photographs. Having taken interest in what others may consider distinctly mundane, he made a niche for himself in street and animal photography. He was most successful commercially in the years prior to WWII, at a time when his optimism and sense of humor could be reflected by society as a whole…