Tatler Asia

Rashid Johnson’s First Solo Exhibition in Asia is a Must-See for Hong Kong Art Lovers

by Aaina Bhargava | 3 March 2023

‘Anxiety has had such an enormous effect on my project … This time I preferred to illustrate [that] feeling versus the all the events that were happening around me that led to this feeling.’

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Rashid Johnson, Triptych "Land of the Free", 2022 © Rashid Johnson. Photo: Stephanie Powell

Studio International

Rodney Graham. Getting It Together in the Country

by Joe Lloyd | 27 February 2023

‘Although Graham is gone, his characters seem alive still, waiting to resume their lives after their smoking breaks.’

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Rodney Graham, Paddler, Mouth of the Seymour, 2012 – 2013 © Rodney Graham

WNYC: All Of It

Black Art History: Winfred Rembert Retrospective

by Alison Stewart | 22 February 2023

‘Everything that we do in this community around Winfred is to extend his story and his legacy and his art with the world.’

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Winfred Rembert, Caint to Caint II, 2016 © 2023 The Estate of Winfred Rembert / ARS NY. Courtesy the estate, Fort Gansevoort, and Hauser & Wirth

Mousse Magazine

‘Rita Ackermann. Vertical Vanish’ at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles

by Jeffrey Grunthaner | 18 February 2023

‘The kind of dynamism Ackermann’s paintings communicate at least partially derives from the sense of urgency that goes into making them. … her layered surfaces are haloed with the aura of many residual, activating gestures.’

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Installation view, ‘Rita Ackermann. Vertical Vanish,’ Hauser & Wirth Downtown Los Angeles, 2 February – 30 April 2023 © Rita Ackermann. Photo: Keith Lubow


George Condo on What Drives Him to Create Beguiling Portraits

by Jacoba Urist | 16 February 2023

‘I do find an empathetic connection to my figures. I feel that painting them is my mission in life.’

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© George Condo. Photo: Michael Avedon

Los Angeles Magazine

15 Minutes with George Condo

by Amadour | 15 February 2023

‘I want to capture every aspect of the human personality in a single glance or at least four views in a single person’s mind. I aim to simultaneously capture horror, joy, happiness, and grief because they coexist within us.’

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George Condo, Transitional Portrait in Turquoise and Gold, 2022 © George Condo. Photo: Thomas Barratt


Hauser & Wirth Expands in L.A., Opens in West Hollywood With George Condo Exhibit

by Ryma Chikhoune | 15 February 2023

‘We’ve been enchanted and influenced by Los Angeles since the gallery’s earliest days, 30 years ago,’ says Stacen Berg, partner and executive director at Hauser & Wirth.

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Exterior view of Hauser & Wirth West Hollywood. Photo: Elon Schoenholz


Berlinde De Bruyckere: What’s Divine Is Never Simple

by Tessa Moldan | 15 February 2023

‘I go deeper into topics by using different materials. There is a resonance that exists between them—the same material might be read differently in another work.’

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Berlinde De Bruyckere © Berlinde De Bruyckere. Photo: Thomas Dashuber/Diözesanmuseum Freising
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