ANNOUNCEMENTS

Nohra Haime Gallery

April 24, 2015
Left: Carlos Rojas, Untitled 4, "America Cruzados" series, 1988. Mixed media on canvas, 31 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Right: Carlos Rojas, Head, "Papeles Pegados" series, ca 1959–60. Collage on wood, 23 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Images courtesy of Nohra Haime Gallery. Left: Carlos Rojas, Untitled 4, "America Cruzados" series, 1988. Mixed media on canvas, 31 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Right: Carlos Rojas, Head, "Papeles Pegados" series, ca 1959–60. Collage on wood, 23 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches. Images courtesy of Nohra Haime Gallery.

Carlos Rojas: A Retrospective Exhibition at Nohra Haime

Major Colombian artist Carlos Rojas was born in 1933 in Facatativá, Colombia. The son of a farmer, he was raised in the countryside with an early entry to seminary. Frustrated by the lack of resolution in his philosophical and existential questions, he quickly abandoned the school and left for Bogotá where he finished his high school degree.... continue reading

Frieze

April 24, 2015
Frieze New York, 2014. Courtesy of Marco Scozzaro/Frieze. Photo: Marco Scozzaro. Frieze New York, 2014. Courtesy of Marco Scozzaro/Frieze. Photo: Marco Scozzaro.

Frieze New York 2015

Frieze New York will return to Randall's Island Park, Manhattan from May 14 to 17. For the fourth consecutive year, Frieze New York is sponsored by Deutsche Bank. Housed within an innovative structural design and overlooking the East River, the fair will showcase the world's most exciting contemporary galleries. This year sees the introduction of Spotlight, a new gallery section which will take place alongside the existing Frame and Focus... continue reading

Galeria Plan B

April 24, 2015
Navid Nuur, Untitled, 1910/1978/2014. Digital collage. Navid Nuur, Untitled, 1910/1978/2014. Digital collage.

Navid Nuur at Galeria Plan B and Galerie Max Hetzler

Navid Nuur's new project, titled MINING MEMORY, will unconventionally take place in two different venues in Berlin: Plan B and Galerie Max Hetzler. Visitors will have the chance to experience new perspectives on the multi-positional, and in this case, multi-dimensional practice of Nuur, which is represented in both galleries through a different set of works.... continue reading

REVIEWS

Pierre Bismuth’s “Where Is Rocky II? Trailer-Teaser”
TEAM GALLERY, New York
View of Pierre Bismuth’s “Where Is Rocky II? Trailer-Teaser,” Team (gallery, inc.), New York, 2015.

by GENEVIEVE YUE

Pierre Bismuth’s “Where Is Rocky II? Teaser-Trailer” offers itself as a conceptual riddle. The two videos in the exhibition, one a two-minute teaser, the other a three-minute trailer precisely edited to Hollywood convention, play in alternation, advertising a film about an artwork that may be hidden, forgotten, or non-existent. They... continue reading

Isabelle Cornaro – Giuseppe Uncini
VISTAMARE, Pescara
View of “Isabelle Cornaro – Giuseppe Uncini,” Vistamare, Pescara, 2015.

by BARBARA CASAVECCHIA

Pescara is a city of concrete, much of which is not too pretty, as it dates to the postwar building frenzy, which hurriedly filled the gaps carved out by Allied carpet bombings in 1943. Benedetta Spalletti’s gallery, Vistamare (“sea view,” even if the Adriatic is too far away to be... continue reading

Nicolas Party’s “Two Naked Women”
KAUFMANN REPETTO, Milan
View of Nicolas Party’s “Two Naked Women,” kaufmann repetto, Milan, 2015.

by ILARIA BOMBELLI

Standing knee-deep in brackish water as dark as iodine, two stocky women, closely resembling each other and completely naked, have their backs turned to us. Their arms hang slack along their sides in a very relaxed pose that wraps their bones in unmoving shadow and highlights their mature, voluptuous buttocks,... continue reading

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