REVIEWS

View of Pierre Huyghe, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2013.
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Vivian Sky Rehberg

I hate to admit this now, but my eyes rolled involuntarily when I first heard that the Centre Pompidou and the Palais de Tokyo would be holding solo exhibitions of work by Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno, since both artists have already had major shows in Paris museums, but it... continue reading
Liam Gillick and Louise Lawler

CASEY KAPLAN, New York

(Ceiling) Liam Gillick, Övningskörning (Driving Practice Parts 1 - 30) (detail), 2004. (Wall) Louise Lawler, Chicago (placed and pulled) (detail), 2011/2012/2013.
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Tyler Coburn

In their current exhibition at Casey Kaplan, Liam Gillick and Louise Lawler look backwards and askance, mining their archives for oblique portraits of the museum and factory floors, fast inclining towards abstraction. Gillick has periodically advocated for a methodology that functions as a “critical double” and “parallel structure” to a... continue reading
IRWIN’s “Back to the USA”

GALERIJA ŠKUC, Ljubljana

View of IRWIN’s “Back to the USA,” Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana, 1984.
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Alenka Gregoric

This fall, the IRWIN collective repeated their historic “Back to the USA” exhibition at Galerija Škuc in Ljubljana, where it was first shown to the Slovenian public in 1984. This new presentation of their work brought forth information about the collective that was largely unknown to the Slovenian and international... continue reading
Andy Boot

GALERIE EMANUEL LAYR, Vienna

View of Andy Boot, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna, 2013. (Left) Andy Boot, Untitled, 2013. (Right) Andy Boot, Untitled, 2013.
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Aaron Bogart

Looking up into the night sky, you wouldn’t think that the color of the universe is beige, or “cosmic latte,” as a group of scientists from Johns Hopkins University has dubbed it. But then again, looking at Andy Boot’s new sculptural installation, you wouldn’t think that the exhibition has anything... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, 2013.
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Karen Archey

Within sixty seconds of walking into the Miami Beach Convention Center, I had already seen two White Men Wearing Google Glass(1)—a new, supremely annoying demographic fitting seamlessly into the obnoxious displays of wealth that have long characterized Art Basel Miami Beach. Admittedly, there isn’t much surprising about the presence of... continue reading
Michael E. Smith

CLIFTON BENEVENTO, New York

View of Michael E. Smith, Clifton Benevento, New York, 2013.
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Stephen Squibb

Michael E. Smith has left the gallery nearly empty. Entering the space of Clifton Benevento, my first impression was one of absence, in sharp contrast to its location. Finding the show on the sixth floor of a building in the center of New York’s boutique-saturated SoHo commercial district, I could... continue reading

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