ANNOUNCEMENTS

Zilberman Gallery

April 19, 2018

Restless Monuments at Zilberman Gallery in Istanbul

The group show Restless Monuments, curated by Bettina Klein and Naz Cuguoğlu, continues at Zilberman Gallery, Istanbul until April 28, 2018, assembling works by Guido Casaretto, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Antonio Cosentino, Lara Ögel, Mykola Ridnyi, Walid Siti and Christine Würmell. Restless Monuments is an exhibition in response to the rapid transformation of the city as a result of political ideologies. Blunt, authoritarian, decision-making... continue reading

Being 3 Gallery

April 19, 2018

Burkhard von Harder at Being 3 Gallery

Being 3 Gallery is proud to announce the exhibition Detour + Distance, an appraisal of the work of photographer and filmmaker, Burkhard von Harder, portraying his singular artistic journey into and away from his German family history. This path, inspired by his interest in mystical traditions, has carried the artist through his 35-year career. Detour + Distance, is the first major survey of Burkhard von Harder’s oeuvre, presented in Asia,... continue reading

Mousse

April 19, 2018

Mousse #63 out now

In this issue: Mother Tongue by Rose Vickers Is there an argument for a treatment of “voice aesthetics” in art? Four Women: Evelyn Taocheng Wang by Hendrik Folkerts Evelyn Taocheng Wang speaks about language as an inspiration, as well as about Eileen Chang, Princess Kaguya, Virginia Woolf, and herself. The Inhabitant and the Map: Forensic Architecture and Metahaven by Richard Birkett While sharing ground in addressing forms of... continue reading

REVIEWS

Sebastian Jefford’s “Procrustean Flatulence”
GIANNI MANHATTAN, Vienna
View of Sebastian Jefford’s “Procrustean Flatulence” at Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, 2018.

by KIMBERLY BRADLEY

Procrustean—what does the word even mean? In Greek mythology, Procrustes was the son of Poseidon, and a thief who tortured his victims by making them lie on an iron bed. If their bodies were too long, he’d cut off the oversized bits; too short, he’d stretch their limbs to fit.... continue reading

Dave Hullfish Bailey’s “Hardscrabble”
REDCAT, Los Angeles
View of Dave Hullfish Bailey’s “Hardscrabble” at REDCAT, Los Angeles, 2018.

by TRAVIS DIEHL

Like a thesis hidden in a footnote, a small projection in one corner of an exhibition of junkyard complexity shows a loop from John Ford’s The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), starring John Wayne and James Stewart. In the scene, Stewart’s character, a lawyer in the frontier town of... continue reading

Matthew Angelo Harrison’s “Prototypes of Dark Silhouettes”
JESSICA SILVERMAN GALLERY, San Francisco
Matthew Angelo Harrison, Dark Silhouette: Seated, 2018.

by JEANNE GERRITY

In an early scene in the recent blockbuster hit Black Panther, the black supervillain Erik Killmonger disputes the narrative spewed to him by a supercilious white curator regarding an African artifact on view in the “Museum of Great Britain,” asserting instead that it is a spoil of war from the... continue reading

DOSSIER

Carolina Nitsch
P420
GALLERIA MASSIMODELUCA
MIA Art Fair
sp-arte
The Third Line
art-agenda
galeria nara roesler
Peres Projects
Marion
Friedrich Petzel
Kaleidoscope
flashart