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On the occasion of ‘Biophilia,’ a joint exhibition of the work of Abigail Booth and Max Bainbridge at Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset—a unique center...
For at least the last century, a special sub-category of newspaper headline has flourished, to which a graphically dazzling historical exhibition...
Paintings Brought to Life by Martha Graham Dance Company
For GrahamFest95, a three-day virtual festival from 30 April to 2 May 2021 that closes the renowned Martha Graham Dance Company’s 95th season,...
Use Your Eyes
On the occasion of ‘David Hammons: Body Prints, 1968–1979,’ at the Drawing Center in New York, the first survey of a pivotal aspect of Hammons’...
Rihanna by Lorna Simpson for Essence
For Essence’s January/February 2021 Issue, Lorna Simpson collaborated with pop visionary and entrepreneur Rihanna for a continuation of her ‘Of...
Bugonia (Before a Life Ahead)
Kept under the eyelids: A portfolio of drawings by Erna Rosenstein (1913 – 2004)
Erna Rosenstein was an artist, writer and poet born in Lviv, a city that was located in Poland during her youth and is now in Ukraine. She was...
Spatial Meditation No. 1 (after Rachel Khedoori’s Untitled, 2011)
Phyllida Barlow: The paper has become a space
‘It’s before, during and after.’ In 2011 the curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist asked Phyllida Barlow to explain where her career-long practice of drawing...
Seeing the Forest for the Trees
One of the first things that you draw as a child are trees. The unsteady lines on the paper find a structure in the form of a tree. A line topped...
The Art of Other Suns: A Consideration of Work Made in the Wake of the Great Migration
CBGB, New York City, 1996: It was the first time I had ever watched the life force that was Wesley Willis—the unclassifiable cult...
Gerard Malanga on Mike Kelley, 1954 – 2012
It’s been said—who said it?—each of us in our time knows our time. But supposing a cognitive mistake slips a gear or two, like in predicting...
Travels through Mika Rottenberg’s Spaghetti Blockchain
Blockchain—the radically decentralized information system behind the rise of cryptocurrency—sounds more like an obscure branch of analytic...
Gathered Tribes: The Legacy of Steve Cannon
I knew Steve Cannon for more than a quarter-century. I knew him as the immeasurable gravitational force behind ‘A Gathering of the Tribes,’ his...
Antiphony: Shayla Lawson after Lorna Simpson
Can you play yourself depends on the opening depends on the cross-fade wig depends on the stiff white pawn depends on the zip-up stiff...
The Shadow and the Gap: A rare look at Charles Gaines’ Shadows series
Shadows 1978–1980 is a series of works that I continually return to—or, rather, they continually return to me—as a powerfully concise...
Curious Items From Home and Abroad
Italian maestros Piero Fornasetti and Gio Ponti cultivated one of the most fertile and intriguing design collaborations of the 20th century. A...
Max Bill and the Dessau Bauhaus: A design pioneer’s origins in painting
‘I have caught the painting disease.’ —Max Bill to his teacher László Moholy-Nagy, Dessau Bauhaus, 1927
Arshile Gorky to his daughters, summer 1947
Late spring, 1947: Agnes ‘Mougouch’ Gorky takes her children, Maro, four years old, and Natasha, not yet two, to Maine, where they remain for the...
What’s Not There: Jenny Holzer’s enduring exploration of painting and power
In Catch-22, Joseph Heller’s classic World War II farce about organized human cruelty, the antihero Captain Yossarian is given the tedious task of...
Home Is Where One Starts From
Don McCullin, one of the most revered British photographers of his generation and among the most relentlessly globe-trotting (Vietnam, Cyprus,...
Americans Doing Everyday American Things
I had known that I wanted to do the painting that became ‘Planes, rockets, and the spaces in between’ for a long time. I had the stretcher built...
Fausto Melotti’s La Sibilla
A pioneer of Italian art, Fausto Melotti trained as a figurative artist studying under Italy’s leading Symbolist sculptor Adolfo Wildt at the...
Cy Twombly’s Study for the School of Athens
Cy Twombly’s ‘Study for the School of Athens’ (1960) nods to the eponymous fresco created by Italian Renaissance painter Raphael in ca. 1509 –...
Mother Church Number Ten: Homage to Whitten
Plein Air: A Look at New Work by Roni Horn
Roni Horn’s ‘Air Burial’ (2014 – 17) belongs to an important group of cast-glass works that the artist has made since the mid-1990s. ‘Air...
Philip Guston Audio Guide with Musa Mayer
Musa Mayer, the daughter of Philip Guston and curator of the exhibition, talks about a selection of works from the most prolific three decades of...