ANNOUNCEMENTS

Praz-Delavallade Gallery

May 24, 2016
Joe Reihsen, Just This, 2016. Acrylic on birch panel, brass frame, 152.4 x 119.4 cm. Joe Reihsen, Just This, 2016. Acrylic on birch panel, brass frame, 152.4 x 119.4 cm.

Joe Reihsen at Praz-Delavallade

Praz-Delavallade is pleased to present Los Angeles based artist Joe Reihsen's first solo exhibition in France. Reihsen's paintings are characterized by optical illusions, and vigorous and determined overlays of polymers that often exceed every possible limit of the surface. Over the years he has constructed a body of works that is both materially determined and metaphorically romantic, a body of works that bears the tension of a physical... continue reading

Aperture Magazine

May 24, 2016
   

Aperture’s "Vision & Justice" issue, available now

Aperture magazine honors the African American experience in a landmark issue. As the United States navigates a political moment defined by the close of the Obama era and the rise of #BlackLivesMatter activism, Aperture magazine releases "Vision & Justice," a special issue addressing the role of photography in the African American experience, guest edited by Sarah Lewis, the distinguished author and art historian.  The immense range of... continue reading

Michel Rein Paris/Brussels

May 23, 2016
LaToya Ruby Frazier, Grandma Ruby and Me, 2005. LaToya Ruby Frazier, Grandma Ruby and Me, 2005.

LaToya Ruby Frazier accepts the 10th Anniversary Gordon Parks Foundation Award

Michel Rein congratulates LaToya Ruby Frazier on her acceptance of the 10th Anniversary Gordon Parks Foundation Award for her contribution to photography and the visual arts.  LaToya Ruby Frazier is a photographer and video artist who uses visual autobiographies to capture social inequality and historical change in the postindustrial age. Informed by documentary practices from the turn of the last century, Frazier explores identities of place,... continue reading

REVIEWS

Amie Siegel’s “The Spear in the Stone”
SIMON PRESTON, New York
Amie Siegel, Double Negative, 2015.

by ORIT GAT

Exhibition spaces are, at times, haunted by the work they housed in the past. Walk through a museum and former installations will reverberate. Think of the Arsenale in Venice, visited by the ghosts of biennials past. This is all the more evident in galleries. The steady relationship between a gallery... continue reading

Alina Szapocznikow’s “Human landscape(s)”
GALERIE LOEVENBRUCK, Paris
View of Alina Szapocznikow's "Human landscape(s)," at Galerie Loevenbruck, Paris, 2016.

by MARA HOBERMAN

Best known for her alternately macabre and humorous sculptures—body parts cast in polyester resin, anthropomorphic wads of used chewing gum, plastic lamps featuring disembodied red lips or pink breasts, and Carrara marble belly rolls—Alina Szapocznikow also made hundreds of drawings over the course of her short career. Following a renewed... continue reading

Spaces—Just below the ground The exterior of the Städel Museum and Städel Garden.

by BARBARA SIRIEIX

Spaces is a feature of art-agenda that proposes a thematic examination of galleries based on the analysis of their physical and spatial configurations. Every two months, art-agenda publishes a new reflection on the spatial characteristics of galleries, their architecture, identity, and relation with their historical and geographical context. The fourth... continue reading

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