ANNOUNCEMENTS

Edouard Malingue Gallery

July 1, 2016
Tromarama, Intercourse (video still), 2015. Two channel video, 4:10 minutes. Courtesy Edouard Malingue Gallery. Tromarama, Intercourse (video still), 2015. Two channel video, 4:10 minutes. Courtesy Edouard Malingue Gallery.

Edouard Malingue Gallery and Open Eye Gallery present Tromarama in Liverpool

Edouard Malingue Gallery is thrilled to announce the very first solo exhibition in the UK of Tromarama curated by Ying Tan in collaboration with Open Eye Gallery. Part of the Liverpool Biennale fringe programme, Tromarama will transform the interior of an ordinary private residence into an enigmatic, reflective space. Together, through moving image, sound and juxtapositions of domesticity, they provide an exploration of how the digital world... continue reading

MIA Photo Fair

June 30, 2016
Photo: Francesco Gozzi. Photo: Francesco Gozzi.

MIA Photo Fair 2017: applications open

MIA Photo Fair, the international photography and moving image art fair of Italy, will stage its 7th edition in Milan from Friday, March 10 to Monday, March 13, 2017 at The Mall – Porta Nuova. The VIP opening will take place on Thursday, March 9. MIA Photo Fair is currently accepting applications for the solo show and the group show sections from galleries presenting curatorial projects. The deadline for applications to MIA Photo Fair is... continue reading

Taishin Arts Award

June 30, 2016
Hsu Che-Yu, Microphone Test, Installation view, Museum of National Taipei University of Education (MoNTUE), Taipei. Hsu Che-Yu, Microphone Test, Installation view, Museum of National Taipei University of Education (MoNTUE), Taipei.

Grand Prize of the 14th Taishin Arts Award goes to Hsu Che-Yu

Taishin Arts Award, Taiwan's most prestigious prize for contemporary arts, has announced the 14th edition of the Taishin Arts Award winners, with Hsu Che-Yu winning the Grand Prize of NTD 1.5 million for his solo exhibition of Microphone Test, premiered at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum in the fall of 2015. The Grand Prize was revealed and presented by the chairman of Taishin Financial Holdings as well as the founder of Taishin Bank Foundation for... continue reading

REVIEWS

Loop Barcelona
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Barcelona
Antoni Miralda, The Last Carnival Cruise, 1980-2016.

by LUCY REYNOLDS

Barcelona’s Loop art fair, which started in 2003, is the oldest and most established initiative to assert the commercial potential of film and video. The medium’s ephemeral nature, and its associations with the very different market values of cinema, have contributed to a continued reluctance from collectors, attracted by the... continue reading

Jordan Wolfson
DAVID ZWIRNER, New York
Jordan Wolfson, Colored sculpture, 2016.

by KEVIN MCGARRY

At the apex of art and money, the air is thin and the atmosphere is replaced with rarified pain. Rather than terrestrial life, only blood fortunes are endemic here, whose constituent lifestyles are at least as abstract as the most totemic artworks that give this place meaning. All the vectors... continue reading

Tate Modern’s Switch House
TATE MODERN, London
View of Switch House, Tate Modern, London, 2016.

by BEN EASTHAM

“When racism and sexism are no longer fashionable,” the Guerilla Girls asked in 1989, “what will your art collection be worth?” Predicting that “the art market won’t bestow mega-buck prices on the work of a few white males forever,” their printed notice listed 67 female artists (several of whom are... continue reading

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