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Justin Lieberman

Justin Lieberman Work from “Squeezed Reliefs” at Martos Gallery, New York “Here’s what the frenetic pace of a price-tagged art world has wrought: Justin Lieberman’s “Squeezed Reliefs” recycle unsold­ sculptures tacked onto canvases, topped off with paint that recounts the artist’s financial ruin. The artist makes clear in a statement that the black-and-white chicness of […]

Olivier Cablat

Olivier Cablat Work from Enter the Pyramid. “The project Egypt 3000 deals with the complex relationship between contemporary Egypt and its glorious past. The project took shape between October 2003 and June 2004, when Olivier Cablat was working on a CNRS programme in Karnak, in the south of Egypt. Enter the pyramid – first book […]

Holger Kilumets

Holger Kilumets Work from Maps and Territories. “Maps & Territories is an elaborate exploration of the meaning of representation through a series of slightly disparate images, designed to relate to each other through the notion of free association. Borrowing elements from the history of art, photographic practice and advertising imagery, the series attempts to reveal […]

Olve Sande

Olve Sande Work from Suites at Galerie Antoine Levi. “Suites, per definition, are to be considered as consequetive units or pieces following a specific order and harmony. Like multiple rooms opening up, following each other continuously, or windows allowing a view to emerge through a fixed space, suites both suggest and direct progression. Olve Sande’s […]

Soft Intensities

Soft Intensities Work by Rachel de Joode, Jaakko Pallasvuo and Yannick Val Gesto at Gloria Knight “Recent developments in contemporary art frequently beg the question of what to do with art’s materiality. With an exponential increase in the flexibility of the artwork to move between material and immaterial states—for instance, a work that starts life as a […]

Paul Chan

Paul Chan “Selected Works” at Schaulager, Basel Work from , “For six months, Schaulager is presenting the art of Paul Chan, born in Hong Kong and based in New York. It is the most extensive exhibition ever of work by this artist, just 40 years old, who has already created a wide-ranging oeuvre that reveals […]

Fixed Variable

Fixed Variable at Hauser and Wirth. “Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present ‘Fixed Variable’, a group exhibition featuring works by Lucas Blalock, Ethan Greenbaum, John Houck, Matt Keegan, Josh Kolbo, Kate Steciw, Chris Wiley and Letha Wilson. ‘Fixed Variable’ looks at the work of eight artists who explore the tension between the photograph and […]

Daniel Everett

Daniel Everett Work from New Existence. “Daniel Everett embodies the current technological zeitgeist shared by post dot-com kids, the kids of the dot-com kids, and the relationship we have to our interconnectivity (the internet). His work is jaded, earnest, and self mocking at the same time.” – Beautiful/Decay

BIEN OU BIEN ?

BIEN OU BIEN ? at MonCHÉRI Featuring: Gabriele Beveridge, Aline Bouvy, Hamishi Farah, Mike Goldby, Manor Grunewald, Lucy Kim, Torben Ribe, Amanda Ross-Ho, Dominic Samsworth, and Michael Staniak. “Freedom – as defined by Max Stirner – to be truly such, cannot derive neither depend on a third-party concession. It should be solely the outcome of […]

DeWain Valentine

   DeWain Valentine Work from The Sensual Substance of the Sky “History is not a seamless string of dates that covers everything of significance that happens at a given date: there are plenty of holes and lacunae in the way history is written. From the mid-1940s to the 1970s, critical attention was mostly absorbed by what […]