Archives for posts tagged ‘sculpture’

Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Lili Reynaud-Dewar Work from “Live Through That ! ?” at Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna. “Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s first solo show at Galerie Emanuel Layr, “Live Through That ? !” is the first of a series of shows similarly titled. All the works in the show, ranging from sculptures, videos, sound pieces and performance documentation are also named Live […]

Geoffrey Farmer

Geoffrey Farmer Work from “Let’s Make The Water Turn Black” at Kunstverein in Hamburg. “Bettina Steinbrügge, the new director of the Kunstverein in Hamburg, is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in Germany by the Canadian artist Geoffrey Farmer. The unique artistic practice of Geoffrey Farmer (*1967) has its roots in Dada, Happenings, performance […]

Emanuel Röhss

Emanuel Röhss Work from Knut Ljungfelt at Project Native Informant. “A mellow lit high end Swedish restaurant interior, February, lunchtime. Where the fuck is Beatrice?, Knut thought, starring at his Bovet Fleurier 46 watch through half closed eyes as he uncomfortably sat waiting at a corner table in restaurant KB downing a vodka tonic. Waiter, […]

Katharina Fengler

Katharina Fengler Work from her oeuvre. “…We probably could have a long conversation now about the terms “pure” and “authentic”. But I have to laugh a bit… did he mean by “vacuum” that he perceives a lot of contemporary art as empty and shallow? I think I understand to some extent what he means. And […]

Nick Darmstaedter

  Nick Darmstaedter Work from “Fuddruckers” at Bugada & Cargnel, Paris. “For his second exhibition at Bugada & Cargnel gallery, Nick Darmstaedter (born in 1988 in Los Angeles, lives and works in New York) takes a look at the ultra-contemporary aspect of electronic spamming through a new series of oil and silkscreen paintings. The exhibition explores […]

Matias Faldbakken

  Matias Faldbakken Work from his oeuvre. “Faldbakken’s solo show at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen is an example of the paradoxical nature of his institutional criticism. The exhibition presents a selection of pieces from his ‘Container’ series, which range from empty gas cans to abandoned garbage bags. The exhibition’s pivotal piece is Untitled / Locker Sculpture […]

Depression

Work from “Depression” at Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles. Organized by Ramiken Crucible. Featuring work by Catharine Ahearn, Bjorn Amre, Lucas Blalock, Borden Capalino, Dan Finsel, Charlotte Hammer, Matt Heckert, Nolan Hendrickson, Gavin Kenyon, Andra Ursuta, and Margaret Weber. “A scale model of a new building design will be exhibited simultaneously with Depression. Commissioned by Ramiken Crucible and funded with capital leveraged against the permanent collection […]

Brian O’Doherty

Brian O’Doherty Work from P! at Simone Subal Gallery, New York. “Attempting to trace Brian O’Doherty’s artistic concerns through his seven decade career is akin to falling down a rabbit hole. This would undoubtedly please the artist, who delights in the type of misdirection that aims at inspiring deeper thought. His output includes mazelike grids (Vowel […]

Ingo Mittelstaedt

Ingo Mittelstaedt Work from DORT at Kunsthalle Rostock. “The exhibition deals with a double interplay: on the one hand, Mittelstaedt shows his own works from previous years – interrelating these to each other. On the other hand, he curated works from the collection of the Kunsthalle creating a conduit between him and artists like Kate […]

Steve Bishop

Steve Bishop Work from “It’s Easier To Love Your Song Than It Is To Love You“. “I opened my mouth to speak, but a much better point was made. This was as much to my surprise as to everyone else’s. Initially stunned, agreement followed. The first few exclaimed “That’s it!” and then soon others “Yes, […]