ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Third Line

February 23, 2019

Rana Begum: Perception and Reflection at The Third Line

The Third Line is pleased to present Perception and Reflection, Rana Begum’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery. Comprised entirely of reflectors, Rana’s latest body of work captures the unexpected geometries of urban environments while light continues to hold sway over the works’ formal aspects. The exhibition takes its cues from Rana’s 2006 British Council residency in Bangkok, where she first experimented with reflectors as a... continue reading

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

February 22, 2019

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation appoints three new board members

New board members will counsel and support the Foundation’s advancement of Robert Rauschenberg’s legacy of fearless and innovative creativity. The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation announced today the appointment of three distinguished experts in modern and contemporary art to its Board of Directors. The newest board members include: Dr. Kelli Jones, Professor in Art History and Archaeology and the Institute for Research in African American... continue reading

Flash Art International

February 22, 2019

Flash Art February–March 2019

Deep currents of inheritance, nostalgia, presence, and nonlinear time buoy this issue of Flash Art, the first of 2019. Readers can find personal remembrances of Etel Adnan among the three texts that compose a special dossier devoted to the work of the 93-year-old Beirut-born artist and poet. Noura Wedell recalls dinners spent with Adnan, a friend of her mother’s, and Hans-Ulrich Obrist describes his first encounter with Adnan’s work, which... continue reading

REVIEWS

Wong Ping’s “Golden Shower”
KUNSTHALLE BASEL, Basel
View of Wong Ping’s “Golden Shower” at Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, 2019.

by CHLOE STEAD

Without wanting to yuck someone else’s yum (as the saying goes), the breathless list of perversities on view in “Golden Shower”—Wong Ping’s first solo exhibition at a major institution—is enough to make an adult film star blush. There’s the elderly man who gets off on the smell of his pregnant... continue reading

Madison Bycroft’s “Gong Farmer, Shit Stirrer and the Maiden of Grief”
1646, The Hague
Installation view of Madison Bycroft’s “Gong Farmer, Shit Stirrer and the Maiden of Grief” at 1646, The Hague, 2018–19.

by VIVIAN ZIHERL

On a recent episode of The Astrology Podcast, astrologer Chris Brennan and his guests reflected on the United Astrology Conference, held in Chicago in 2018, and noted a pronounced generational shift. “The Pluto-in-Scorpio generation has landed,” remarked occultist and astrologer Austin Coppock, referring to the surge of conference attendees born... continue reading

Lorna Macintyre’s “Pieces of You Are Here”
DUNDEE CONTEMPORARY ARTS, Dundee
Installation view of Lorna Macintyre’s “Pieces of You Are Here" at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), Dundee, 2018-19.

by TOM JEFFREYS

Living beings leave traces in the fabric of the world. In “Pieces of You Are Here,” Lorna Macintyre’s solo exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA), some of these traces are material; others can only be imagined. One starting point is a fragment of terracotta tile dating from the Roman occupation... continue reading

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