ANNOUNCEMENTS

DLECTRICITY

January 19, 2017
Osman Khan, House, 2014. Fluorescent tube lights, aluminum, copper, electronics, wood, acrylic. 10 x 12 x 10 feet. Photo: David Lewinski. Design: Unsold Studio. Osman Khan, House, 2014. Fluorescent tube lights, aluminum, copper, electronics, wood, acrylic. 10 x 12 x 10 feet. Photo: David Lewinski. Design: Unsold Studio.

Open call for artistic proposals: DLECTRICITY 2017

DLECTRICITY is Detroit's festival of art + light that showcases site-specific installations by established and emerging artists from the US and around the world. DLECTRICITY is pleased to announce the 2017 open call for entries. Up to 25 site-specific, outdoor projects for Midtown Detroit's Woodward Corridor will be selected through this call. DLECTRICITY is looking for high-quality projects that will activate the outdoor, nighttime landscape... continue reading

Ag Galerie

January 19, 2017
Mahdyar Jamshidi, I Am Here, 2016. Photo: Ali Zanjani. Mahdyar Jamshidi, I Am Here, 2016. Photo: Ali Zanjani.

Mahdyar Jamshidi at Ag Galerie

Ag Galerie is pleased to present the exhibition I Am Here by Iranian artist Mahdyar Jamshidi. I Am Here is an on-going art project focused around man's relationship with space and emphasizes greater communication around the concept of “centre” from various viewpoints. The project is comprised of three phases.... continue reading

Kayne Griffin Corcoran

January 19, 2017
Courtesy of Beverly Pepper. Courtesy of Beverly Pepper.

Beverly Pepper at Kayne Griffin Corcoran

Kayne Griffin Corcoran is pleased to present the first major solo exhibition in Los Angeles by pioneering sculptor, Beverly Pepper. Pepper is a world-renowned artist who has been working since the 1950's in a variety of materials. Although she is known for her monumental public works, site specific and land art installations throughout the world, Pepper has also mastered more intimate forms in cast iron, Cor-ten steel, bronze, stainless steel... continue reading

REVIEWS

Arthur Jafa’s “Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death”
GAVIN BROWN’S ENTERPRISE, New York
View of Arthur Jafa's "Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death," Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, 2016.

by GENEVIEVE YUE

The art world is overstuffed with collages of YouTube clips and Internet artifacts, with most of these trafficking in an ironic glibness that is overly praised either for its affect or lack of it. Though cut from the same digital cloth, the compilation video Love Is The Message, The Message... continue reading

Stefan Tcherepnin’s “Stefan ‘Jackson’ Tcherepnin, 2014-17: The Missing Years”
GALERIE FRANCESCA PIA, Zürich
View of Stefan Tcherepnin’s “Stefan ‘Jackson’ Tcherepnin, 2014–2017: The Missing Years,” Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich, 2017.

by DANIEL HORN

At a recent film screening in Zurich, an artist whose work was about to be premiered half-joked about the emergent trend of updating exhibition press releases with references to the recent US presidential election and the theme of imminent universal doom left behind by November’s stunning outcome. Suddenly, there’s a... continue reading

Gordon Matta-Clark
MARIAN GOODMAN, Paris
Gordon Matta-Clark, Conical Intersect, 1975.

by MARA HOBERMAN

“If anything emerges to cut up, I’ll go anywhere, anytime”(1) wrote Gordon Matta-Clark in 1975. Earlier that year, Paris had come calling, and, at the invitation of the ninth edition of the Paris Biennale curated by Georges Boudaille, the artist realized Conical Intersect (1975). Photographs, photomontages, and film footage of... continue reading

DOSSIER

Xavier Hufkens
Hilger
Deweer
P420
The Third Line
Gallery Ernst Hilger
Vitamin creative space
Sprueth Magers
Luisa Strina
Carolina Nitsch
Marion
Magazine Mousse
X-TRA