ANNOUNCEMENTS

Frieze

April 20, 2018

Frieze New York 2018

Frieze New York will take place in Randall’s Island Park from May 4–6, 2018, with Preview Days on May 2 and 3. Featuring more than 190 galleries from 30 countries, Frieze New York 2018 showcases an extraordinary cross-section of work by international artists, from newly discovered talents to the most influential figures of the 20th century. Introducing new programs, curators and a fresh layout for its seventh edition, Frieze New York is... continue reading

Xavier Hufkens

April 20, 2018

Sherrie Levine at Xavier Hufkens

Xavier Hufkens is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition with the influential American artist Sherrie Levine. As one of the artists who are most often cited in relation to appropriation art, it has to be recognized this category is too narrow to contain all that Levine’s work achieves. The more it is looked at, the more depth and complexity her practice yields. Sherrie Levine is adept at making bodies of work that are both precise... continue reading

Zilberman Gallery

April 19, 2018

Restless Monuments at Zilberman Gallery in Istanbul

The group show Restless Monuments, curated by Bettina Klein and Naz Cuguoğlu, continues at Zilberman Gallery, Istanbul until April 28, 2018, assembling works by Guido Casaretto, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Antonio Cosentino, Lara Ögel, Mykola Ridnyi, Walid Siti and Christine Würmell. Restless Monuments is an exhibition in response to the rapid transformation of the city as a result of political ideologies. Blunt, authoritarian, decision-making... continue reading

REVIEWS

“Counter Investigations: Forensic Architecture”
INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, London
View of "Counter Investigations: Forensic Architecture" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 2018. 

by NAOMI PEARCE

In his 2014 lecture “The Future of Forensic Science in Criminal Trials,” judge Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, identified a communication problem. In light of the increasingly complex science used in court, he called for a set of judicial primers: standardized documents, written in “plain... continue reading

Sebastian Jefford’s “Procrustean Flatulence”
GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna
View of Sebastian Jefford’s “Procrustean Flatulence” at Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, 2018.

by KIMBERLY BRADLEY

Procrustean—what does the word even mean? In Greek mythology, Procrustes was the son of Poseidon, and a thief who tortured his victims by making them lie on an iron bed. If their bodies were too long, he’d cut off the oversized bits; too short, he’d stretch their limbs to fit.... continue reading

Dave Hullfish Bailey’s “Hardscrabble”
REDCAT, Los Angeles
View of Dave Hullfish Bailey’s “Hardscrabble” at REDCAT, Los Angeles, 2018.

by TRAVIS DIEHL

Like a thesis hidden in a footnote, a small projection in one corner of an exhibition of junkyard complexity shows a loop from John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), starring John Wayne and James Stewart. In the scene, Stewart’s character, a lawyer in the frontier town of... continue reading

DOSSIER

flashart
The breeder
Michael Kon
MIA Art Fair
Cardi Black Box
Sprueth Magers
X-TRA
Anton Kern Gallery
Xavier Hufkens
Aperture
Gallery Ernst Hilger
Camera Austria
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA