ANNOUNCEMENTS

Kristof De Clercq gallery

November 16, 2018

Johan Grimonprez at Kristof De Clercq gallery

With his film dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y, one of the discoveries of Documenta X (1997, Kassel), the Belgian multimedia artist and film-maker Johan Grimonprez (b.1962, Roeselare) conquered the international art world from a position of apparent obscurity. He subsequently received worldwide acclaim with his films Double Take (2009), Shadow World (2016, winner of the Ultima 2018, the Flemish culture prize for film), and Blue Orchids (2017).... continue reading

Bernhard Knaus Fine Art

November 16, 2018

Robert Zandvliet at Bernhard Knaus Fine Art

We are delighted to present the second solo exhibition in our gallery by Dutch artist Robert Zandvliet. He will be presenting works from two series: "Stage of Being" and "Crucifix." A catalogue and a special edition will be issued to accompany the exhibition. A small painting created in 2014 provided the first stimulus for paintings that form the "Stage of Being" series. Despite its small format of 30 x 40 cm it has an extraordinary... continue reading

Flash Art International

November 15, 2018

Flash Art November–January 2019

We are pleased to announce that the November–January issue of Flash Art is now out. Bodily figuration features prominently in this issue of Flash Art, which includes Judy Chicago’s Immolation (1972) from her “Women and Smoke” series (1968–74) on its cover. The work counts among those Chicago made before taking up the central core imagery that constitutes her landmark 1974–79 work The Dinner Party, with which she is often narrowly... continue reading

REVIEWS

Jeffrey Gibson’s “I AM A RAINBOW TOO”
SIKKEMA JENKINS & CO., New York
View of Jeffrey Gibson’s “I AM A RAINBOW TOO” at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, 2018.

by ALAN GILBERT

If there ever was an ars poetica for house music, it might be the one articulated by Chuck Roberts that Larry Heard incorporated into a 1988 remix of his own groundbreaking single “Can You Feel It” (1986). Roberts’s proclamation is a nearly two-minute-long origin story delivered in sermonic fashion featuring... continue reading

Double Take—”The 57th Carnegie International”
CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART, Pittsburgh
Installation view of Kevin Jerome Everson's Park Lanes, 2015.

by ORIT GAT AND RACHEL VALINSKY

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written separately, the two texts share the same images and are published below. —By Orit Gat I first came to the United States as an “international student.” At the risk of bothering the current administration, I stayed... continue reading

“Long March Project: Building Code Violations III – Special Economic Zone”
GUANGDONG TIMES MUSEUM, Guangzhou
View of “Long March Project: Building Code Violation III – Special Economic Zone” at the Guangdong Times Museum, Guangzhou, 2018.

by ALVIN LI

The dedication of the guidebook accompanying “Long March Project: Building Code Violations III – Special Economic Zone” reads: “To the freezone imagineers.” A portmanteau combining “imagination” and “engineering,” “imagineering” was first coined by the Alcoa Corporation during World War II, and later popularized—and trademarked—by the Walt Disney Company during the... continue reading

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