ANNOUNCEMENTS

DiverseWorks

March 3, 2015
Oliver Herring, Areas for Action, Houston (Day 7, Red, White, and Blue), 2015. Courtesy of DiverseWorks and the artist. Photo: Lynn Lane. Oliver Herring, Areas for Action, Houston (Day 7, Red, White, and Blue), 2015. Courtesy of DiverseWorks and the artist. Photo: Lynn Lane.

Oliver Herring at DiverseWorks

Oliver Herring's artistic practice utilizes various methods to create a space in which individuals come together to perform actions that consider personal relationships, beauty, and social justice. Through his artwork he deploys queer, conceptual, and formal languages to investigate how action and art education point to radical frontiers. Throughout the 1990s, Herring became known for his hand-knit Mylar and tape sculptures that were inspired by... continue reading

ArtAsiaPacific

March 3, 2015
   

ArtAsiaPacific March/April 2015

M is for March, money and madness. The art world is in for a dizzying month that includes the Sharjah Biennial, the Armory Show and Asia Week in New York, TEFAF in Maastricht, followed by Art Basel and Art Central in Hong Kong, which close on the heels of Art Dubai and Art Fair Tokyo. This issue of ArtAsiaPacific looks at the personalities who nurture the market and the local conditions that create and sustain dynamic art communities.  The... continue reading

Rampa

March 3, 2015
Servet Koçyiğit, Rewind, 2014. C-print, 100 x 190 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Rampa Istanbul. Servet Koçyiğit, Rewind, 2014. C-print, 100 x 190 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Rampa Istanbul.

Servet Koçyiğit at Rampa

Servet Koçyiğit's second solo presentation at Rampa, This is My Island, marks a new phase in the artist's practice and features his latest collage, video and sculptural works made in the last three years. The autobiographical terrain suggested in the exhibition title points to the initial stage of Koçyiğit's recent engagement with the methodology of mapping, of attempting to understand the world around him through the act of surveying,... continue reading

REVIEWS

Daniel Malone’s “I&I”
HOPKINSON MOSSMAN, Auckland
View of Daniel Malone, “I&I,” Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, 2015.

by TARA MCDOWELL

Daniel Malone is not a painter, but his current show is full of paintings. And while it may be a solo exhibition, there are two artists in the room. The second is Colin McCahon—but more about him in a minute. Upon entering Hopkinson Mossman’s gorgeous, bright white gallery space, the... continue reading

“Surround Audience: New Museum Triennial 2015”
NEW MUSEUM, New York
View of "Surround Audience," New Museum, New York, 2015.

by ANDREW STEFAN WEINER

The phrase “Surround Audience” sounds like it could be the name of an EDM party, a function in a home theater system, a Quickmeme caption, or Michael Fried’s worst nightmare. It is actually the title-cum-motto-cum-slogan of the 2015 New Museum Triennial, which at first glance appears to be some mixture... continue reading

Yael Bartana
CAPITAIN PETZEL, Berlin
Yael Bartana, Inferno, 2013.

by KIRSTY BELL

Having transformed Capitain Petzel’s glass showroom gallery into a dark, carpeted two-floor Kino, Yael Bartana went on to invert heaven and hell. Inferno (2013), screening on the ground floor, was all fire, brimstone, death and destruction, while True Finn (2014), in the basement below, was a peaceful haven of snowy... continue reading

DOSSIER

Mean Girls: Keren Cytter and “Vengeance”

by MELISSA GRONLUND

“I’m so excited,” a young woman says, about an advertising meeting that would make your eyes water with boredom. “Don’t worry, that’ll pass,” her older colleague replies. It’s a flat cliché, and he delivers it with a withering smile of self-congratulation. The woman appears put down, but you get the feeling that’s... continue reading

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