Cultured Magazine

The Rapturous Abstractions of Zeng Fanzhi

by Mara Veitch | 3 February 2023

‘This is a show about painting, about experimentation … It’s about the questions I pose to myself … And already, standing here in the gallery, I’m asking myself new ones.’

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© 2023 Zeng Fanzhi. Photo: Li Zhenhua

Artnet News

The Late Canadian Polymath Rodney Graham Is Getting a Posthumous Showcase in the British Countryside

by Naomi Rea | 2 February 2023

‘...it is one of the last exhibitions of his own work that he had a hand in organizing, and aptly showcases him as a unique artist, masterfully aloof, and still winking from beyond the veil.’

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Rodney Graham, Actor/Director 1954, diptych, 2013 © Rodney Graham

The Guardian

A stitch in time: the enduring influence of the Gee’s Bend quilters

by Skye Sherwin | 26 January 2023

‘Quilting is instructive in how these artists expand what their visual plane can look like’

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Dawn Williams Boyd, The Right to (My) Life, 2017, Mixed media © Dawn Williams Boyd. Courtesy the artist and Fort Gansevoort. Photo: Ron Witherspoon


Berlinde De Bruyckere on religion, chaos and decay

by Martha Elliott | 25 January 2023

‘De Bruyckere’s ‘A simple prophecy’, in symbolism, execution and inspiration, proposes a narrowing of the gap between religious symbols and humanity.’

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Installation view, ‘Berlinde De Bruyckere. A simple prophecy’, Hauser & Wirth Zurich, Limmatstrasse © Berlinde De Bruyckere. Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography Zürich

Studio International

Luca Massimo Barbero – Interview

by Lucija Šutej | 17 January 2023

‘A visionary with a vital forward-looking vision, Fontana was a pioneer of conceptual art and not just sculpture; his was a poetic response to more mental experimentation.’

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Luca Massimo Barbero. Photo: Fredrick Nilsen Studio


Gallery-Sponsored Artists Residencies Are Spreading Across the World

by Sarah Belmont | 13 January 2023

‘‘... we have hosted 18 artists at the residency studios, inviting them to spend an extended period of time living and working in Bruton.’ Artists who have taken up a short residence there include Rashid Johnson, Martin Creed, Henry Taylor, Bharti Kher, and Thomas J Price. The current and 19th resident is London-based artist Allison Katz.’

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Bharti Kher during her residency at Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2017. Photo: Mark Pickthall

The New York Times

Lucio Fontana, a Sculptor but So Perverse

by Martha Schwendener | 22 December 2022

‘Fontana may have been confronting space, but he was rethinking and reinventing in concrete form millenniums of European sculpture. He was, it turns out, quite a sculptor.’

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Installation view, ‘Lucio Fontana. Sculpture,’ Hauser & Wirth New York, 69th Street © Fondazione Lucio Fontana by SIAE 2022. Courtesy Fondazione Lucio Fontana, Milano and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Thomas Barratt

The Brooklyn Rail

Richard Jackson with Jeffrey Grunthaner

19 December 2022

‘Richard Jackson often gets referred to as a performance painter; and while there’s some truth to this, I think it’s more interesting that he works in and around the gestural properties of painting—often liberating paint and pigment from the direction of the artist’s hand entirely.’

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Portrait of Richard Jackson, pencil on paper by Phong H. Bui
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