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Looking For a Few Good Tenants: LA's New Downtown Gallery Scene

(0) Comments | Posted December 18, 2014 | 10:48 AM

The onset of winter in Los Angeles feels more like spring anywhere else. After a few days of long-awaited rain, the hills were starting to show new green growth for the first time after a scorching dry summer. As the morning rains gave way, dramatic clouds staggered across a...
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Selectors and Selectees: What We Can Learn from the Turner Prize and Bloomberg New Contemporaries

(0) Comments | Posted December 11, 2014 | 4:28 AM

Duncan Campbell, It for Others 2013, 16mm film transferred to digital video. Courtesy of the artist and Rodeo Gallery.
Late fall in the United Kingdom affords the opportunity to take stock of the current art climate, and 2014 marks two significant anniversaries for two annual exhibitions that...
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10 Supremely Instagrammable Opportunities for 2014 Art Basel in Miami Beach

(0) Comments | Posted December 5, 2014 | 2:44 PM


The Dream Machine, Courtesy of the weR2
In 2014 it seems every person, place and thing has a virtual stand in, existing in a kind of parallel world on the internet. The effects of these circumstances are debatable, but one thing...

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Playing the Long Game: BAK on Curating the Political

(0) Comments | Posted December 1, 2014 | 4:58 PM

Alice Creischer, In the Stomach of the Predators, 2013-2014, installation view (fragment), BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2014. (photography: Tom Janssen).

On screen, a wolf, a jackal, a hyena and a bear undertake a symbolic journey, traveling from the arctic island of Spitsbergen, to the grasslands of Benin,...

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Renzo Piano's "Light Machine:" The Harvard Art Museums Reopen

(0) Comments | Posted November 21, 2014 | 11:23 AM

The Harvard Art Museums (October 30, 2014). Photo: Peter Vanderwarker.

On Nov. 16th, the Harvard Art Museums opened once again. With a combined collection of over 250,000 objects -- the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum -- represent one of...

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Art in Small Doses: Video Art in Hong Kong Subway Stations

(0) Comments | Posted November 7, 2014 | 3:17 PM

Commuters in Hong Kong might notice something unusual on their route through the subways this month. In between the barrage of commercial advertisements directed at them (not to mention the throngs of other commuters), they might catch a glimpse of art.

Part of the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway's (MTR)...

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"Days of Endless Time" at the Hirshhorn Delivers an Antidote to Information Overload

(0) Comments | Posted November 6, 2014 | 9:52 AM

Siebren Versteeg, Neither There nor There, 2005. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Photo by Lee 

The average person checks his phone 150 times a day. As a population, we supposedly  spend more time online than we do sleeping. Human technology and tools have historically...

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Redefining New Orleans: Sirmans' Prospect.3 Shines

(0) Comments | Posted October 30, 2014 | 2:39 PM


Tavares Strachan, You Belong Here, 2014. Courtesy of Prospect New Orleans.
Although only in its infancy, Prospect New Orleans has garnered worldwide attention as an innovative and important contemporary art biennial with its latest rendition. Prospect.3: Notes for Now opened this...

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The Bunker Experience: Berlin's Boros Collection

(0) Comments | Posted October 26, 2014 | 12:32 PM

 
The Bunker. All images courtesy of The Boros Collection. Photography by NOSHE. 
Berlin's Boros Collection is an art viewing experience unlike that at public...
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Minimalist Voices of the Past and Present

(0) Comments | Posted October 13, 2014 | 3:33 PM

A new exhibition that opened last Saturday at the University of Michigan Museum of Art revisits the Minimalist movement, viewed from a fresh perspective. Reductive Minimalism: Women Artists in Dialogue, 1960-2014 examines the movement under a well-focused lens, bringing together female artists from two eras working in the genre. This...
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"@Large" and Absent, Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz

(0) Comments | Posted October 2, 2014 | 4:10 AM

 
With Wind, installation. Photograph by Lori Zimmer. All images courtesy of FOR-SITE Foundation. 
The United States' most storied island prison, Alcatraz, is a fitting home for artist and activist...
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Diminished Borders: Europe, Europe at Astrup Fearnley Museet

(0) Comments | Posted September 29, 2014 | 7:22 PM

Camille Henrot, The Descendants of Pirogues, 2013. Courtesy of Kamel Mennour
Camille Henrot, The Descendants of Pirogues, 2013. Courtesy of Kamel Mennour.

Artists from across Europe are the focus of a new show which opened last week at Oslo's Astrup Fearnley Museet. Appropriately called Europe, Europe, the...

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Kim Chang-il's Arario Museum Opens in Seoul

(0) Comments | Posted September 19, 2014 | 11:38 AM

The Arario Museum. All images courtesy of Arario Museum

Seoul's Arario Gallery is already known around the globe as one of Korea's most successful commercial galleries. Earlier this month, it has reached a new benchmark, transforming a former office building in Seoul into the Arario Museum in Space. The...

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The Art of Possibility: Allan McCollum's Perfect Couples

(0) Comments | Posted September 11, 2014 | 5:00 PM

The Shapes Project: Collection of One Hundred and Eight Perfect Couples, 2005/2014.

To artist Allan McCollum, more is more. His latest exhibition, The Shapes Project: Perfect Couples, opened last week at Petzel Gallery in New York, bringing his affinity for quantity to the gallery...

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24-Hour Party People: The New Aspen Art Museum

(0) Comments | Posted August 11, 2014 | 6:46 PM

This past Saturday, VIPs got a first glimpse of the new home of Aspen Art Museum (AAM), a building designed by Pritzker Prize winning starchitect, Shigeru Ban. The new museum meshes architecture with the magnificent art inside, bringing the beauty of the Aspen landscape side-by-side with the innovative exhibitions on...
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Organs Without Bodies: A Conversation With Jaša

(0) Comments | Posted August 5, 2014 | 7:03 PM

Jaša with Etan Nechin. All photos by Rosa Lux.
ACT 1
Two people are sitting at the Pioneer Works art space, facing each other in front of two conjoined pianos. Above them, like a beacon, a mysterious elixir is floating in the...
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Pioneering Innovation

(0) Comments | Posted August 5, 2014 | 4:28 PM

Dustin Yellin in his studio, 2014. All images courtesy of Pioneer Works.
The somewhat remote waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn is known largely for its rich maritime history, and also as the home to artist Dustin Yellin’s innovative complex, Pioneer Works. The former home...
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SITE on "Unsettled Landscapes"

(0) Comments | Posted July 25, 2014 | 1:48 PM

Non-profit SITE Santa Fe has caught the attention of the global art world since its inception in 1995 for its series of innovative biennials that have included top contemporary artists from around the world. For the 2014 edition, SITE has re-imagined this biennial, radically rethinking its own model to create...

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Made in L.A. 2014 at the Hammer

(0) Comments | Posted July 22, 2014 | 5:04 PM

The second edition of the Hammer Museum’s new biennial, Made in L.A. 2014, has brought a slew of emerging and under-recognized artists to the museum for a compelling exhibition. Rather than taking over three venues like its inaugural biennial, this year’s Made in L.A. has regulated itself to just the...

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Frieze New York 2014

(0) Comments | Posted May 8, 2014 | 3:25 PM

View of Manhattan from the fair at Randalls Island. Courtesy of Frieze New York.

This week marks the third year of Frieze New York, the London fair that went head-to-head with the tradition of the Armory Show and took NADA and Pulse with it, subsequently asserting itself...

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