It’s here! And it’s huge. Art Basel Miami is too big for any comprehensible survey, so instead here are some personal highlights and completely subjective, biased favorites. As much as there is to complain about art fairs they remain a pretty efficient way to see a ton of work all […]
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There’s more satellite fairs in Miami than ever, and while I missed out on a bunch this year the ones I made it to had strong showings of younger, fresher work. It helped that both NADA and Untitled were held right alongside the beach with gorgeous views and forgiving lighting, […]
Berg stretches canvas around handmade wooden frames and then paints the surfaces with spray paint, oil and enamel. Comparing their process to Bill Murray’s improv, Sarah Faux and Tatiana Berg think sometimes you die onstage, but eventually you stop fearing death. After several rounds of email regrets and missed appointments […]
Installation view Ted Gahl, “Student.” Tatiana Berg, “Division of Meat” Tatiana Berg’s tents and paintings Ted Gahl: Left- “Glitch 2 (Triscuit),” Right- “Domestic Scene (After Bonnard)” Nudashank Gallery, an independent, artist-run gallery space in Baltimore, Maryland, is approaching its one-year anniversary. Ted Gahl sent a lovely […]
LINKS:�Casualism in Puerto Rico, Kurt Cobain�s paintings, legislation to ease student loan debt for artists, an interview with Brian Belott, artists recommend books, Tatiana Berg picks shows in London, Saul Ostrow on�Antoni T�pies, the best artist-published art blogs, and Franz West�s estate. //// �At�Hyperallergic, Allison Glenn covers Beyond the Canvas: […]
The-world-is-falling-apart edition. MoMA protests Trump’s refugee ban, Dore Ashton has died, AFC offers to�help to artists affected by Trump’s executive orders, movies about politics, NEA budget, Stock Club update, Welish on Dan Walsh, Tatiana Berg�and�Mexico City, and more.
Contributed by�Rob Kaiser-Schatzlein /� Katie Bell‘s work, comprising scavenged construction debris, skirts the line between sculpture and assemblage. Bell combed Miami for a month to source the materials for��Backsplash,” her most recent solo show, which opened at Locust Projects September 10. Among the must-finds on her list were, as she […]
If you have time to see some exhibitions in New York, here are a few promising shows to check out on the Lower East Side, which Casey Lesser recently called NYC’s most important art district in an Artsy editorial post. “Galleries in the neighborhood have matured greatly, as has the […]
If you have time to see some exhibitions in New York, here are a few promising shows to check out around town. In case you can’t make it IRL, links to the gallery websites are provided. Image at top: Elena Sisto @Lori Bookstein in Chelsea. Loic Ragu�n�s @ Clearing, Bushwick […]
Guest contributor Peggy Cyphers / �New Narratives,� a large group show of recent representational painting at Storefront Ten Eyck, includes KK Kozik�s Orion�s Belt, an image of a traditional farmhouse, covered in snow and illuminated by a deliciously starry blue-black sky. Kozik is known for creating quasi-surreal scenarios, full of […]