Archives for the Month of February, 2014

Gedi Sibony

Gedi Sibony Work from his oeuvre. “With his sensitive handling of hollow-core doors and commercial carpet, Gedi Sibony is one of several young Biennial artists doing exciting things with sculpture. “I have a family history with these materials; my father was a contractor,” says the 32-year-old New Yorker. His playful transformations of crude elements—like foam […]

Nora Schultz

Nora Schultz Work from parrottree-building for bigger than real @ The Renaissance Society  “The Renaissance Society presents a solo exhibition of new work by Berlin-based artist Nora Schultz from January 12 to February 23, 2014. This is Schultz’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, as well as the first show curated at The Renaissance Society […]

Michael Sellam

Michael Sellam Work from Science, fiction, culture, capital. “Our civilization develops a logic of contingency, the possibility for each thing to be different. How the notion of matter is open to an economy and a thought shape at a time when everything is programmable ? Experience through art Relations tensions between science , fiction, culture […]

Only Real

Only Real  At Public Works Gallery Works by Peter Jellitsch & Theodore Darst “Peter Jellitsch & Theodore Darst work within simulated realities and spaces using both analog and digital processes. Both artists observe, process, and transcribe intangible elements onto perceptible representations. Jellitsch is concerned with the physical process of visualizing the invisible virtual structures that are […]

Ken Okiishi

Ken Okiishi Work from “Gesture/Data” at Pilar Corrias, London. “Ken Okiishi takes up and troubles the vocabulary of the media that he uses. His works hover over and within the relationships between matter and memory, perception and action of a digitally networked culture. Using video, performance, and installation he creates moments when language and images […]

Juliette Bonneviot

Juliette Bonneviot Work from Jeune Fille Minimale “The project is based around the relationship between an eco-Housewife and the waste produced in her daily life. The character in my story is called Jeune Fille Minimale, and is obsessed with using industrial environmental strategies to run her household. The project was inspired by an Internet community of housewives who […]

Ditte Gantriis

Ditte Gantriis Work from her “COMPANY”. “The five large collages are printed on long roller blinds, and all combine both digital images and hand-drawn elements. The blinds have been installed spatially in Green is Gold’s exhibition space – a once inhabited apartment – and are thus separated from their original function. The collages consist of […]

Katharina Grosse

Katharina Grosse Work from I Think This Is a Pine Tree at KHB. “In a large room, three tree trunks lie haphazardly in a pile at a slight angle to the wall. They have been stripped of their branches and bark but their roots remain intact, awkwardly protruding into a closed doorway. The trees along […]

Katja Strunz

Katja Strunz Work from Berlinische Gallery. “…Four pieces, 3 sculptural works and one work on paper, whilst the curation of the show seems balanced, the necessity of having four pieces seems perhaps doubtful. The space is rightfully dominated by two large-scale sculptural works titled ‘ Tellurische Kontraktion’ and ‘Tellurischer Riemen’. Tellurischer Kontraktion greets you on […]

Wade Guyton

Wade Guyton Work from his current exhibition at Petzel. “In 2007 Guyton showed a series of black paintings made with his Epson 9600 printer and covered the gallery’s concrete floor with a facsimile of his studio’s plywood floor. This time he has made five new works on linen specifically for the gallery’s walls. Using the […]