REVIEWS

View of Arthur Jafa's "Love Is The Message, The Message Is Death," Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York, 2016.
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Genevieve Yue

The art world is overstuffed with collages of YouTube clips and Internet artifacts, with most of these trafficking in an ironic glibness that is overly praised either for its affect or lack of it. Though cut from the same digital cloth, the compilation video Love Is The Message, The Message... continue reading
View of Stefan Tcherepnin’s “Stefan ‘Jackson’ Tcherepnin, 2014–2017: The Missing Years,” Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich, 2017.
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Daniel Horn

At a recent film screening in Zurich, an artist whose work was about to be premiered half-joked about the emergent trend of updating exhibition press releases with references to the recent US presidential election and the theme of imminent universal doom left behind by November’s stunning outcome. Suddenly, there’s a... continue reading
Gordon Matta-Clark

MARIAN GOODMAN, Paris

Gordon Matta-Clark, Conical Intersect, 1975.
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Mara Hoberman

“If anything emerges to cut up, I’ll go anywhere, anytime”(1) wrote Gordon Matta-Clark in 1975. Earlier that year, Paris had come calling, and, at the invitation of the ninth edition of the Paris Biennale curated by Georges Boudaille, the artist realized Conical Intersect (1975). Photographs, photomontages, and film footage of... continue reading
Ouyang Jianghe, Untitled, 2016.
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Emma Sumner

Guest curated by artist Sudarshan Shetty, the third edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), titled “Forming in the pupil of an eye,” is an assembly of artist-created realities. Shetty outlines his curatorial concept with the story of a young traveler who went on a long journey to meet a sage. When... continue reading
J.B. Blunk

BLUM AND POE, Tokyo

View of "J.B. Blunk," Blum & Poe, Tokyo, 2016-17.
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Cameron Allan McKean

Pottery is place, folded and fired. It is soil, stone, flora, topography, and climate, massaged by human tradition and technique. In Japan, the placeness of ceramics has been taken to an extreme with local variations in style proliferating across the island nation. This sensitivity to place and materials echoes in... continue reading
Wael Shawky

LISSON GALLERY, Milan

View of Wael Shawty, Lisson Gallery, Milan, 2017.
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Ilaria Bombelli

Craggy peaks of stone, desolate plains, parched and rasping arctic coasts—still caught perhaps in some distant geologic era—provide a home to stray beasts of all kinds: the spindly heads of snakes rise like pinnacles from the summits of crumbling towers. The sagging legs of pachyderms prop up arcades redolent of... continue reading

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