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View of Michael Snow's "Closed Circuit" at Guggenheim Bilbao, 2018.
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Erika Balsom

The four works assembled in Michael Snow’s “Closed Circuit” are not among the artist’s best-known. Visitors expecting the long mechanical arm of De La (1969–72) or the recto-verso double projection of Two Sides to Every Story (1974) will be disappointed. For all the bombast associated with the Guggenheim Bilbao, this... continue reading
Michael Snow’s “Powers of Two”

CHRISTOPHER CUTTS GALLERY, Toronto

Michael Snow, Powers of Two, 2003.
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Jacob Korczynski

Throughout an expansive practice that spans more than half a century, Michael Snow has questioned the conditions of perception and pushed against the material properties of multiple mediums. Snow’s work has remained relevant to successive generations of artists because of the generosity it can extend to viewers. In encountering his... continue reading
Sex and Sound "Works by Michael Snow: Piano Sculpture and Sex" at Klosterfelde
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

Klosterfelde gallery's exhibition of Michael Snow, the poster child for experimental media, perfectly mirrors the maze of his artistic life. Almost an attempt at a comprehensive retrospective, the show spans through several decades of no less diverse production.... continue reading

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