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Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, euqinimod & costumes, 2014.
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Media Farzin

I puzzled over the word “euqinimod” in the exhibition’s title for some time, until I figured out that it’s the artist’s name spelled backwards. And for viewers familiar with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s work of the past two decades, the show does seem like an inversion of her typical approach, and an... continue reading
Jane and Louise Wilson

303 GALLERY, New York

View of Jane and Louise Wilson, 303 Gallery, New York, 2013.
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Media Farzin

For over two decades, British artists (and sisters) Jane and Louise Wilson have meticulously documented the architectural ruins of twentieth-century modernity. In specific, their focus has been directed towards the dire fate of obsolete military-industrial constellations. Like many artists coming of age after the collapse of the Soviet bloc, their... continue reading
Hans-Peter Feldmann

303 GALLERY, New York

View of Hans-Peter Feldmann, 303 Gallery, New York, 2012.
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Alan Gilbert

Conceptual art has long had a reputation for being a bit dispassionate and cerebral, but recent curatorial and scholarly approaches have emphasized its more human and even emotional sides. Bas Jan Ader’s 16mm, silent film I’m Too Sad to Tell You (1971) is somewhat of a lynchpin work in this respect. A... continue reading

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