Archive for March, 2021

Lauren Satlowski

In her solo exhibition at Bel Ami, “Watch the Bouncing Ball,” which spanned the holidays and stretched into the new year, Lauren Satlowski turned a studied eye onto the trinkets and textures of our ... | Read More

Qiu Xiaofei

Some viewers might have expected this two-part solo show to be a retrospective—“Part I: RED” ran through October, while “Part II: Trotskyky Grew into a Tree” was on view through January—especially since ... | Read More

Qiu Xiaofei

Some viewers might have expected this two-part solo show to be a retrospective—“Part I: RED” ran through October, while “Part II: Trotskyky Grew into a Tree” was on view through January—especially since ... | Read More

Margit Rowell on Barbara Rose

I MET BARBARA ROSE in early 1969 in Minneapolis, where I was living for a year with my husband, the French painter Georges Noël. Barbara came out to give a lecture. She was already a well-known New ... | Read More

Franco Vimercati

Franco Vimercati (1940–2001) was the artist with whom Raffaella Cortese opened her gallery in 1995. This show, “Un minuto” (One Minute), accompanied by a book full of illuminating essays and interviews, ... | Read More

Sasha Geffen on SOPHIE

SOPHIE BELONGED TO THE FUTURE. At the last SOPHIE concert I attended, the central item on the merch table was a black T-shirt with white lettering. LIVE IN PERSON! SOPHIE LA000010302017, it announced. ... | Read More

Jonathan Lyndon Chase

“Big Wash,” Jonathan Lyndon Chase’s first institutional exhibition—at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in the artist’s hometown of Philadelphia—is a paean to queer Black sociality in layers of ecstatic ... | Read More

Nora N. Khan on Anne de Vries’s Deep Scroll

Deep Scroll, edited by Anne de Vries. Eindhoven, the Netherlands: Onomatopee, 2020. 380 pages.DEEP SCROLL is a book for this precise mediated moment. It’s a chaotic journey in which the reader ... | Read More

Yuri Pattison

A slate-gray sea flecked with scattered embers of evening light. Beyond, shrouding the horizon, the hot-pink haze of a crazy lurid sunset. At this unique passing moment in the trippy real-time drift of ... | Read More

Chloe Wyma on The Tarot of Leonora Carrington

The Tarot of Leonora Carrington, by Susan Aberth and Tere Arcq with an introduction by Gabriel Weisz Carrington. Lopen, UK: Fulgur Press, 2020. 120 pages.THE VOICE OF ART EDUCATOR Jackie Armstrong ... | Read More
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