Collisions of Colour: a conversation with Ping He

May 29, 2020

Creating Freedom, a candid conversation with Linda Gleitz

May 29, 2020

Danette Landry: Painter and Sculptor Organizing the Chaos

May 22, 2020

Patricia Slosiar: Studies in Abstraction

May 22, 2020

Will museums de-acces their collections?

May 22, 2020

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January 31, 2020

Darren Bader’s new exhibition “Fruits, Vegetables; Fruit and Vegetable Salad” at the Whitney Museum is an amalgam of sculpture and performance. What starts out as a display of various produce, transforms into an event involving museum staff and visitors. Equal parts e...

August 13, 2019

Located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, 60 Grand Street, Ocean Cube is an immersive pop-up museum exploring the future of human life under the deep blue sea with five bioluminescent rooms. Pairing the aesthetic of an ocean habitat with the message of sustainability, th...

August 9, 2019

They shuffle through the darkened gallery, stopping to reflect over a once-in-a lifetime experience:

It’s unfinished.”

“He didn’t finish it.”

“Who was Jerome? Why is he a Saint?”

“Is that the way it is supposed to look? It doesn’t look done.”

From within the darkened galler...

October 3, 2017

Currently on view at Hauser & Wirth gallery, Arte Povera. Curated by Ingvild Goetz, is an extensive group show highlighting the work of the most prolific artists in the Arte Povera movement, as well as their documentarians. Expanding over three floors, the exhibition f...

March 2, 2017

The first thing I'll say about the Naturalia exhibit at the Paul Kasmin / Sotheby's Gallery is that it's brilliant. The pairing of Albrecht Dürer’s The Rhinoceros with a contemporary Loss of the Lisbon Rhinoceros by Walton Ford is a must see. If the exhibit had only th...

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