Archive for October, 2016

Vibrant new body of work by Ali Silverstein on view at Albertz Benda

Albertz Benda is presenting Ali Silverstein: To Put on the Edge, a Table, the Los Angeles-based artist’s first solo show in New York, on view in the project space from October 27 through December 17, 2016. For her inaugural exhibition at the gallery, Silverstein shows a vibrant new body of work that stems from her practice of gesture and reponse. Silverstein explores impulse and desire... | Read More

Rarely seen Prellers form part of remarkable trove going under the hammer

A career-spanning selection of paintings made by Alexis Preller between 1935 and 1975, some held in major collections and many unseen for decades, will go under the hammer at Strauss & Co’s forthcoming auction in Johannesburg. “What an array of ways of working!” enthused Professor Karel Nel, a respected artist and noted Preller expert, during a recent lecture on Preller. The... | Read More

Cinema: Film Brut

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Terminal Velocity

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LIFE: ★★★½

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Atlas Stavanger: Norwegian Tags

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A.R. Penck

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PASSAGES: John Vaccaro (1929–2016)

Marc Siegel on John Vaccaro (1929–2016)... | Read More

Want To Read This Margaret Atwood Story? You’ll Have To Wait 100 Years

The Future Library is part working library, part conceptual art project, part investment in unborn generations of readers. Starting with Margaret Atwood, a different author will contribute a work to the vault each year, with none to be opened until 2114.

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Max Beckmann’s time in NYC Highlighted in New York Post

The New York Post profiles Max Beckmann’s work in New York City, the subject of a new exhibition at the Met, which compiles his work in the city after fleeing Europe.  “He felt he was above labels,” says Met curator Sabine Rewald. Read more at New York Post... | Read More
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