• Operating System

      Friday, 27 July 2012 19:12

      “Operating System” features collaborative works by thirty-five artists and writers, and is slated to take place in three different locations over a six-month period in 2012. In addition to the three exhibitions, a post-production publication has been planned for purposes of documenting the various installations, artworks, and essays. According to Heng Gil Han, visual arts […]

    • KANSAS: Streamlines

      Friday, 27 July 2012 16:58

      KANSAS is pleased to present Streamlines, a group exhibition of new works by Ryan Lauderdale, Owen Kydd, Ignacio Torres, Chloe Wessner, Constant Dullaart, Andrew Pomykalski, Juliette Bonneviot, Ann Hirsch, Kevin Kelly, Aude Pariset, Artie Vierkant, Jared Madere, and Sarah Faux. Graphic design by Calvin Waterman. These artists are working towards a negation of cultural ephemera […]

    • Sue Scott in the Lower East Stew

      Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:49

      I moved to New York about 20 years ago and made my way writing for various art magazines and curating independently—a lot of which was out in the hinterlands, but featured New York artists. I also worked as an adjunct curator for the Orlando Museum of Art. It was an interesting time to curate, less […]

    • Frieze London: Tenth Edition

      Wednesday, 25 July 2012 15:15

      Frieze London, sponsored by Deutsche Bank for the ninth consecutive year, will take place 11–14 October 2012 in Regent’s Park. Frieze London is one of the world’s most influential contemporary art fairs, bringing an international focus to the dynamic contemporary art scene in the UK capital every October. Taking place in a temporary structure designed […]

    • 3rd Generation, From Rome to LES

      Tuesday, 24 July 2012 14:22

      As a new gallery that is exploring the New York scene we wish to stay open to these new trends and conceptual ideas, rather then to follow a specific thematic program. However, several of our artists touch on the ideological issue of identity. Marta Jovanovic is a performance and video artist who, often through lightness […]

    • Glasgow’s Gastronomic Performance Art

      Monday, 23 July 2012 14:22

      An atmosphere of live experience prevailed at this year’s GI Festival.  This is the 5th year of the biennial event and under the direction of Katrina Brown, the festival has expanded to include 130 UK and international artists showcasing work across 50 venues in Glasgow with more than 90% of the work newly commissioned or […]

    • A Vital Retaliation: Malka’s Petit Paris

      Thursday, 19 July 2012 19:19

      Since the last century, Malka Architecture has devoted itself to neglected urban spaces and their reappropriation through alternative implantations. Stéphane Malka has recently completed an experimental work entitled Le Petit Paris which proposes dozens of projects around Paris. In this open call to publishers, Malka Architecture offers an exclusive sneak preview of this chronicle of […]

    • In Conversation: Noah Becker Interviews Nadja Sayej

      Thursday, 19 July 2012 16:27

      Nadja Sayej: Popularity, to me, should never be the end goal, but the side dish you get along the way (if that). I just got back from dOCUMENTA (13) where people were recognizing me left and right and I thought I should make footage of that, but it was too self-congratulatory. Something I’ve learned about […]

    • Dual Survival: Urban Exploration

      Tuesday, 17 July 2012 15:52

      We are modern explorers. We travel the country searching for unwanted, overlooked, and under-appreciated urban spaces. We first observe and analyze the territory and then create site-specific installations in an attempt to engage and communicate with the natives. Making art outside of the gallery gives us the distinct advantage of surprise. Upon seeing our work, […]

    • What We Think We Know, What We Think We See

      Tuesday, 17 July 2012 15:22

      At the recent opening of Documenta 13 in Kassel, Germany, perhaps the greatest gathering of the contemporary global art world, a familiar image caught my eye. Not on the wall, but in the postcard racks in the exhibition bookstore, were numerous copies of photos by Del LaGrace Volcano. This ambiguous presentation encapsulates Volcano’s curiously ambiguous […]