REVIEWS

/ TARA MCDOWELL
Daniel Malone’s “I&I”

HOPKINSON MOSSMAN, Auckland

View of Daniel Malone, “I&I,” Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, 2015.
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Tara McDowell

Daniel Malone is not a painter, but his current show is full of paintings. And while it may be a solo exhibition, there are two artists in the room. The second is Colin McCahon—but more about him in a minute. Upon entering Hopkinson Mossman’s gorgeous, bright white gallery space, the... continue reading
View of “Les Immatériaux,” Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1985.
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Tara McDowell

Rearview In the wing mirror of the passenger side of a vehicle, objects are closer than they appear. The texts re-published in the Rearview series are those that we wish to draw attention to perhaps because they reveal certain “blind spots” in contemporary art criticism. These “found” documents (indeed, quasi-artifacts) are prefaced... continue reading
“Transmissions”

ALTMAN SIEGEL, San Francisco

View of “Transmissions,” Altman Siegel, San Francisco, 2013.
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Tara McDowell

“Transmissions” is the second of two back-to-back group shows at Altman Siegel. Gallery manager McIntyre Parker curated the first, which he titled after a line in a poem by Matthea Harvey: “O the sleeping bag contains the body but not the dreaming head.” In contrast to such titular loquaciousness,... continue reading
View of Miriam Böhm's "Before In Front," Ratio 3, San Francisco, 2012.
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Tara McDowell

Stepping into Ratio 3’s new space on Mission Street in San Francisco and encountering Miriam Böhm’s austere photographs involves no small amount of perceptual and cultural reorientation. On Mission Street, inner-city kids, leftist bohemians, young hipsters, and day laborers move through a stretch of San Francisco populated by taquerías, Chinese... continue reading

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