REVIEWS

View of David Noonan's "Lead Light," Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2016.
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Claudia Arozqueta

David Noonan and Renee So, whose work is shown in concurrent solo exhibitions at Sydney’s Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, share an interest in the research, appropriation, and reconfiguration of traditional iconography. Hung on the walls of the main gallery, hidden down a terraced street in the suburb of Paddington, David Noonan’s... continue reading
View of “Every Future has a Price: 30 Years after Infotainment,” Elizabeth Dee, New York, 2016.
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Wendy Vogel

The 1980s was inaugurated with the 24-hour news cycle: CNN transmitted its first broadcast on January 1, 1980. Five years later, independent curator Anne Livet—in collaboration with Nature Morte gallery founders Alan Belcher and Peter Nagy—organized an exhibition called “Infotainment.” Traveling to several U.S. cities, it featured the work of... continue reading
Huma Bhabha

STEPHEN FRIEDMAN GALLERY, London

View of "Huma Bhabha," Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, 2016.
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Patrick Langley

Huma Bhabha’s humanoid sculpture In the Shadow of the Sun (2016), displayed on a low white plinth in a brightly lit room in London’s Stephen Friedman Gallery, stares at the viewer with inscrutable, smudged black eyes. The figure is female. She wears a hood. Her torso, cut from Styrofoam embellished... continue reading
Manifesto published on the occasion of the Experimental Education Protocol, Nisyros, 2016.
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Tess Edmonson

Spaces is a feature of art-agenda that proposes a thematic examination of exhibition spaces based on the analysis of their physical and spatial configurations. Every two months, art-agenda publishes a new reflection on galleries’ architecture, identity, and relation with their historical and geographical context. The latest feature of Spaces considers... continue reading
Isa Genzken’s “I Love Michael Asher”

HAUSER WIRTH & SCHIMMEL, Los Angeles

View of Isa Genzken’s “I Love Michael Asher,” Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, Los Angeles, 2016.
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Travis Diehl

In a shallow bay window facing 2nd St., a ledge overflows with studio clutter: a couple dozen euros in coins between a few dying plants; a bowl filled with loose earrings and studs; a keycard from the Waldorf Astoria; a castle of used tea candles, Red Bull cans, and tiny... continue reading
Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL, Miami

View of Art Basel Miami Beach 2016. © Art Basel.
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Monica Uszerowicz

It has been hard, lately, to think about art. I don’t mean to imply that art isn’t powerful, transformative, or even a necessary distraction. The problem, really, is that it’s been hard to think about anything besides the new president-elect, or how every check I deposit helps fund the poisoning... continue reading

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