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Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl Work from Hurt me Plenty @ DAM Gallery.

Nick Hay

Nick Hay

Alessandro Bava

Alessandro Bava Work from City of God “City of God is a book of poems by Harry Burke and architectural renderings by Alessandro Bava. The poems are a response to the architecture, which in turn illustrates an imagined mega-church and monastery for a post-bankruptcy Detroit. Each drawing is like a poem, and each poem is […]

Eric Wesley

Eric Wesley Work from “Daily Progress Status Reports” at Bortolami, New York. “An artist who often thematizes various rubrics of success and failure, Wesley’s newest works are large paintings that depict “Daily Progress Status Reports.” Each DPS is a blank form for assigning and evaluating the efficiency of a workday; broken up by the hours […]

Anne de Vries

Anne de Vries Work from The Oil we Eat “The sculptures in the exhibition can be considered as sculptural interpretations of situations. Reconstructing a minimized version of an event as it is taking place in common locations such as a hotel in London, a bar in Venice, a car wash in Germany, a beach in […]

Rob Pruitt

Rob Pruitt Work from “Multiple Personalities” at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York. “Over the past 25 years, artist Rob Pruitt has made a 16-foot long line of cocaine, giant googly-eyed monsters crafted from collapsed cardboard, and filled giant tyres with hundreds of Oreos. So the biggest surprise of his new show at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise […]

Kate Cooper

Kate Cooper Work from RIGGED at KW Institute for Contemporary Art Artist and Liverpool native Kate Cooper’s new exhibition Rigged at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin looks at the agency of the computer generated female within the glossy aesthetics of consumer capitalism. She chats with Jeppe Ugelvig about a feminism that encompasses digital […]

Mary Weatherford

Mary Weatherford Work from her oeuvre. “Mary Weatherford was sitting in the middle of Los Angeles’s David Kordansky Gallery the day before the opening of her show “Los Angeles” (extended through June 28), her first with the gallery, inspecting her new paintings. Hanging on the walls were large color-driven abstract paintings, each with a neon […]

Luke Stettner

Luke Stettner Work from This Single Monument at The Kitchen. “Last thing I knew there were five indications of a pause — first was the one that came before all the others after that came the one I remember the least but was the most sudden and unexpected following that came the refrain the second […]

Assaf Gruber

Assaf Gruber Work from his oeuvre. “There’s a scene in the 1988 film Cocktail where big-dreaming bartender Brian Flanagan, played by Tom Cruise, is sitting with the table-bussing artist Jordan Mooney, played by Elisabeth Shue, in an idyllic Jamaican setting. Flanagan picks up a drink umbrella and muses, ‘You know there’s a guy who makes these. The […]