ANNOUNCEMENTS

TOTAH

October 17, 2017
Alison Hall, Shroud I, 2017. Oil, graphite and plaster on panel, 9.5 x 7.5 inches. Courtesy of the artist and TOTAH. Alison Hall, Shroud I, 2017. Oil, graphite and plaster on panel, 9.5 x 7.5 inches. Courtesy of the artist and TOTAH.

Alison Hall at TOTAH

TOTAH presents unannounced, an exhibition of new paintings by Alison Hall. This is the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery. Hall's recent paintings examine ritual and repetition in form and process, looking to the early Renaissance—specifically Giotto's Arena Chapel—and drawing on the labor patterns of rural Virginia, from where the artist hails.  Hall begins each panel by applying and sanding layers of plaster, which she then... continue reading

KALEIDOSCOPE

October 16, 2017
Courtesy Spazio Maiocchi.  Courtesy Spazio Maiocchi. 

Spazio Maiocchi opens in Milan

Spazio Maiocchi is a new social space in Milan where art, design and fashion blend to shape new cultural experiences. Originating from the convergence of visionary founding partners Carhartt WIP and Slam Jam, Spazio Maiocchi is a cross-disciplinary ideas aggregator, house to the studios and exhibition spaces of KALEIDOSCOPE and Plusdesign, two of Milan's most widely recognized enterprises for contemporary art and design respectively. ... continue reading

Lishui Photography Festival, China

October 16, 2017
© Jennifer B Thoreson. © Jennifer B Thoreson.

Lishui Photography Festival and International Photography Seminar 2017

The 8th edition of the Lishui Photography Festival and the 2nd edition of the International Photography Seminar will take place from November 15 to 19, 2017 in some twenty venues in the city of Lishui, in the coastal province of Zhejiang, in the south-east of China. Lishui becomes the epicenter of the international photography scene during this five-day event, and attracts thousands of Chinese and international photographers, professionals and... continue reading

REVIEWS

Hildegarde Duane’s “Western Woman”
KüNSTLERHAUS STUTTGART, Stuttgart
View of Hildegarde Duane's "Western Woman," Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, 2017.

by MICHELLE STANDLEY

As respite from the dark clouds that have lately been gathering over women’s heads in the United States—most recently in the announcement of plans to restrict women’s protection from workplace harassment and access to birth control—perhaps a little comic relief is in order. One contender for the role of feminist... continue reading

Ruth Asawa
DAVID ZWIRNER, New York
View of Ruth Asawa, David Zwirner, New York, 2017.

by ALAN GILBERT

One of the three gallery spaces at David Zwirner’s Ruth Asawa exhibition contains a display case featuring archival photographs taken by Imogen Cunningham of the artist in her studio and with her family; an earlier photo of Asawa in class with Josef Albers at Black Mountain College; a letter Asawa... continue reading

Amar Kanwar’s “Such A Morning”
MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY, London
Amar Kanwar, Such A Morning, 2017.

by COLIN PERRY

Amar Kanwar’s latest video installation delves into more mystical concerns than the documentary format, for which he is known, might seem capable of containing. The eponymous single-channel video at the heart of “Such A Morning” (all works 2017) is an exquisitely installed piece of visionary slow cinema—a work whose mode... continue reading

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