REVIEWS

Jean-Luc Mylayne’s “Chaos”

GLADSTONE GALLERY, New York

View of Jean-Luc Mylayne’s “Chaos”, Gladstone Gallery, New York, 2014.
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Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Our contemporary ontology is one of acceleration and mania. Along with the logic of global and cognitive capitalism, we look to our iPhones and the internet as the source for these intensified temporalities. Indeed, walk out on any street and hundreds of individuals are engaged in locating their sense of... continue reading
Keren Cytter

GALLERIA RAFFAELLA CORTESE, Milan

Keren Cytter, Ocean, 2014.
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Barbara Casavecchia

Keren Cytter hypnotized me twice in the past few weeks. And I liked it. The first time was in London, where her audio piece Constant State of Grace (2014) was installed in a busy corridor at Frieze Art Fair.(1) Headset on, I was asked by a robotic voiceover to let... continue reading
Aura Satz, Doorway for Natalie Kalmus, 2013.
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Morgan Quaintance

Joan of Arc in flames, women and technological innovation, and the retinal quirks of color perception—there is a complex swirl of ideas and images in the current exhibition by London-based artist Aura Satz at Paradise Row. Collectively, they present a kind of shadowy gestalt, using the cover of darkness to... continue reading
Ad Reinhardt

DAVID ZWIRNER, New York

View of Ad Reinhardt, David Zwirner, New York, 2013.
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Alan Gilbert

For an artist perhaps most famous for his “black” paintings—some of the most visually obdurate work ever produced on canvas—Ad Reinhardt (1913–1967) spent much of his life taking great pleasure in images. The current show of his work at David Zwirner, which now represents the Reinhardt estate, reveals yet another... continue reading
Dispatch: Opening of Museo Jumex

MUSEO JUMEX, Mexico City

Museo Jumex, Mexico City, 2013.
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Kevin McGarry

In the cosmos of art collecting, there are few private exhibitors as closely associated with a place (Mexico City) and an industry (juice products) as Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo. The thousand-and-one guests who descended on D.F. this past weekend for the lavish opening of collector Eugenio López’s David Chipperfield-designed Museo... continue reading
Dianna Molzan’s “La Jennifer”

OVERDUIN AND KITE, Los Angeles

View of Dianna Molzan’s “La Jennifer,” Overduin and Kite, Los Angeles, 2013.
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Andrew Berardini

None of these have titles. I’d like to christen them instead with shifty poems, smoky strings of musical words, or better, give each a dull, quotidian name, culled from tombstones and television shows, like Doris or Louise, Fred or George. These are not the first things to live untitled. Everyday beauties,... continue reading

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