REVIEWS

/ NATASHA MARIE LLORENS
View of Stéphanie Saadé’s “L’espace de 70 jours” at Galerie de la Scep, Marseille, 2019.
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Natasha Marie Llorens

A thick layer of breadcrumbs covers the floor of the upstairs room at Galerie de la Scep in Marseille. Early in the evening of the opening, there are only a handful of footsteps that show the passage of other viewers through the space. No one has yet tracked baguette particles—sourced... continue reading
“A Void”

601ARTSPACE, New York

View of “A Void” at 601Artspace, New York, 2018.
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Natasha Marie Llorens

In his press release for “A Void,” a group exhibition at 601Artspace, curator and artist Paul Ramírez Jonas provides an epigraphic clue to the relationship he sees between various forms of displacement that result in a void: “When books burn, people burn.” The phrase, according to the press release, is... continue reading
View of the central display, La Rivière or “le serpent,” at the Musée du quai Branly, Paris.
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Natasha Marie Llorens

Spaces is an art-agenda feature that proposes a thematic examination of art institutions based on the analysis their physical and contextual characteristics. Every two months, art-agenda publishes a new reflection on the particular characteristics of galleries: their architecture, identity, or their relation to their historical and geographical context. Entitled Their... continue reading
Sondra Perry

BRIDGET DONAHUE, New York

View of "Sondra Perry," Bridget Donahue, New York, 2018.
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Natasha Marie Llorens

For Sondra Perry’s solo exhibition at Bridget Donahue, New York, all the walls are painted Rosco Chroma Key Blue. The deeply saturated color is used on television sets and in the production of special effects for movies and videogames because it contrasts so profoundly with most human skin colors. Chroma... continue reading
Vava Dudu’s “Vertige profonde”

SALON DU SALON, Marseille

View of Vava Dudu's "Vertige Profonde," Salon du Salon, Marseille, 2017.
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Natasha Marie Llorens

Vava Dudu’s “Vertige Profonde” at Marseille’s Salon du Salon is visually balanced to the point of stillness. The solo show occupies two adjoining rooms on the third floor of a spacious old bourgeois apartment on l’Avenue du Prado, a wide boulevard radiating out of the city center towards the south... continue reading

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