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Body Issues: Rita Ackermann and Carol Rama
'Rita Ackermann’s 'Hip-Shot' is a graceful, yet savage composition of large scale oil and wax paintings, silhouetting a woman’s profile in a...
Fabio Mauri: Bergamin & Gomide reviewed by Frieze
These days, when time-honoured ideas and ideals are under attack by a resurgent right wing, it seems timely to return to the work of Fabio Mauri,...
Fabio Mauri at Museo d'arte contemporanea Donna Regina reviewed by Artforum
Giving priority to ethics over aesthetics, Fabio Mauri has penetrated the West’s heart of darkness, analyzing the falsehoods of the ideologies...
Phillippe Vandenberg's Urgent Testimony reviewed by Hyperallergic
Philippe Vandenberg was born in Ghent, Belgium, in 1952, and committed suicide in 2009.
Ida Applebroog, Mercy Hospital reviewed by Studio International
These drawings from the forgotten sketchbooks of the well-known feminist artist Ida Applebroog offer an intimate insight into her struggle with...
Ian Wallace at the Rennie Museum reviewed by Beatroute
VANCOUVER – The gallery space on the floor level of the Rennie Museum is bright, with sunshine streaming through the windows. Mounted on the far...
Philippe Vandenberg: The Cult Artist Who Demanded Total Freedom, Whatever The Cost reviewed by Artsy
‘During my youth, I was forced into a system I didn’t believe in,’ Philippe Vandenberg told fellow artist Ronny Delrue in an interview conducted a...
Mira Schendel at Hauser & Wirth reviewed by ARTFORUM
Toward the end of her life, Mira Schendel made a series of sculptural paintings more muscular than anything she had done before.
To break through the Modernist cube: on Lygia Pape at the Met Breuer reviewed by The Art Newspaper
About halfway through ‘A Multitude of Forms,’ Lygia Pape’s first career survey in the United States (on now at the Met Breuer), viewers encounter...
Lee Lozano reviewed by Frieze
The diminutive scale of the twenty-seven paintings in ‘Lee Lozano c. 1962’ at Hauser & Wirth London may echo that of Indian miniatures, yet...
Leon Golub at the Serpentine Gallery reviewed by Frieze
It’s their skin that gives them away. The guys that populate Leon Golub’s paintings – military conscripts, guns for hire, warring giants and...
The museum as a shelter for refugees: Christoph Büchel at SMAK, Ghent reviewed by Metropolis M
Christoph Büchel’s ‘From the Collection | Verlust der Mitte (Loss of Center)’ is an immersive, multi-part, total installation divided into three...
Mark Bradford at the Venice Biennale reviewed by Artnet
The most important thing about Mark Bradford’s bravura, deeply felt presentation for the Venice Biennale’s United States pavilion is that the...
Pipilotti Rist at Kunsthaus Zurich reviewed by Art Review
Pipilotti Rist's survey exhibition opens with the four oval videos of Administrating Eternity (2011): meandering sheep, foliage, fruit, loops of...
Rashid Johnson: An Anxious Man reviewed by Cultured Magazine
Rashid Johnson made his name as the youngest participant in ‘Freestyle,’ a 2001 show at the Studio Museum in Harlem that put some of today’s...
Larry Bell Creations From the 60s Coming to Hauser and Wirth New York reviewed by Widewalls
A great news for those art lovers who are particularly interested in the works of artists related to the famous Light and Space movement, and its...
Larry Bell: Thinking Inside the Box reviewed by Palm Springs Life
If you miss Larry Bell From the ’60s, opening this month at New York’s venerable Hauser & Wirth gallery, you have another opportunity at the Palm...
Diana Thater at LACMA reviewed by ARTFORUM
Diana Thater’s mid-career retrospective comprising videos and projection installations spanning nearly twenty-five years – is tightly woven and...
Roman Signer at Museo d'Arte Provincia di Nuoro reviewed by Frieze
Anri Sala at The New Museum reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail
Anri Sala’s sound, vision, and sculptural installations feel like they want to exist whether or not anyone is there to hear or see them. Like the...
Paul McCarthy at Hauser & Wirth: A Horror Show on a Grand, Exquisite Scale reviewed by Los Angeles Times
Started a century ago, Surrealism was a movement whose works startled viewers into a heightened awareness of what was going on around them –...
How Philip Guston, America's Great Painter of the Night, Completely Reinvented the Sublime
As late as he came to the style, by 1957 Philip Guston was a highly admired first-generation Abstract Expressionist – a phrase he hated. How...
Isa Genzken at the Stedelijk Museum reviewed by Frieze
Three small, scruffy plaster sculptures from 1984 sit in one of the 18 rooms in ‘Mach Dich hübsch!’ (loosely translated as ‘Make Yourself...
Berlinde De Bruyckere: No Life Lost
The dim, dramatic lighting and presentation of morbid subject matter in Berlinde De Bruyckere’s recent exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, ‘No Life...
Pump Up the Volume: Alan Licht on Martin Creed’s 'The Back Door'
Since the beginning of his career, Martin Creed has numbered rather than named his pieces, starting, cryptically enough, out of order, with ‘Work...
Josephsohn reviewed by ARTFORUM
'Looking at Josephsohn's sculptures offer the viewer a pleasure of a peculiarly aesthetic kind.'
Fausto Melotti at Nouveau Musée National De Monaco reviewed by Mousse
His abstract sculptures − with their mixing of architecture, music, mathematics, and science delicately expressed in brass, ceramic, or plaster −...
Ida Applebroog at Hauser & Wirth reviewed by ARTFORUM
Ida Applebroog’s imagery has always been forthright, direct, unequivocal: blunt in its protest against life’s absurdity and the abuse of power.
Roman Signer 'Installations' reviewed by Studio International
To be is to be observed, Bishop Berkeley claimed. Whether a tree falling unseen in the forest makes a sound or not is incidental. It leaves...
Leon Golub at Hauser & Wirth reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail
The April 25 headline of the New York Times read, ‘Scenes of Chaos in Baltimore as Thousands Protest Freddie Gray’s Death.’
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