Article by Dehlia Hannah and Nadim Samman // Sep. 07, 2019
On July 22, 1958 Carl Andre sent a postcard to Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson. The photograph on the front depicted a verdant aerial view of…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in Berlin // Feb. 20, 2018
Mark Dion is in the midst of publishing what amounts to a small library right now, from ‘Apparatus: Carte Blanche no. 2’ to ‘Mark Dion: Theatre of the Natural World to The Incomplete Writings of Mark…[read on]
Article by Jack Radley in Berlin // Feb. 5, 2018
Berlin-based Icelandic artist Anna Rún Tryggvadottir’s most recent exhibition, ‘Garður/Garden’ at the Reykjavík Art Museum, envisioned an altered state of nature as materials coalesced in a durational performance…[read on]
Article by Liam Casey in Los Angeles // Mar. 14, 2017
Since opening in spring of 2015, the Venus gallery has occupied a spacious, formerly industrial space in the city’s Boyle Heights neighborhood—directly east of downtown and the Arts District,…[read on]
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, May. 8, 2014.
In Nothing Less than Literal: Architecture after Minimalism
, author Mark Linder
argues that the minimalist art tradition of the 1960s was largely informed by architectural qualities, concepts, and techniques of representation…[read on…]
Article by Sarah Gretsch, photos by Joe Goergen – in Berlin; Monday, Jun. 10, 2013.
In the late 1960s a form of art later coined “land art” sprung up from the newly formed circles of minimalism. With artist Robert Smithson and his work Spiral Jetty at its forefront, land art brought the problems of space, borders, and manufactured versus spontaneous creation to artistic dialogue. Today Smithson’s theory of site versus nonsit, is still…[read on…]
Blog entry by Melissa King – in Berlin; Monday, Nov. 12, 2012.
Discovering hand-written margin notes in a used copy of James Joyce’s Ulysses
served as the impetus behind Iris Touliatou’s search to uncover the identity of the unknown penman and his associations with Stephan Dedalus – Joyce’s literary alter-ego….[read on…]
Blog Entry by Clare Ros– in Berlin; Friday, May 27, 2011.
An Art Newspaper
is pleased to announce the release of its special limited edition DECADE
issue giving an extensive look back at The Noughties
. One thousand copies only, this special 56-page signed double issue brings to our readers an anthological survey of An Art Newspaper’s greatest hits and liveliest scripts that made the last 10 years what it was.