November 2014

In Conversation with Adeline de Monseignat by Sophie Hill - London

A solo exhibition by Adeline de Monseignat at Ronchini Gallery has been long awaited, after graduating in 2011 with an MA in Fine Art from City & Guilds of London Art School   read more...

12 Hours with CreativeTime: Fall Ball Sleepover 2014 by Lynn Maliszewski - New York

The Fall Ball Sleepover was the first segment of a two-day fundraiser held by CreativeTime. Opening at 8pm on Friday, November 21st, at Neuehouse and lasting until 8am the next day, the programming tested the endurance of guest and planner alike.   read more...

VIDEO: The Secret History of Contemporary Art Episode 8 - Wendy White - New York

In her debut episode with Whitehot Magazine and The Secret History of Contemporary Art, New York based artist Irena Jurek visits New York artist Wendy White's studio. White, who shows her work in international museums and galleries shares some secrets.   read more...

BAD MOØN festival # 1 by Kim Kindermans - Antwerp

After some years of reorientation and scrutinizing the spirits, Jan Van Woensel, curator of the internationally traveling exhibition Bad Moon Rising, is preparing a new project: BAD MOØN festival #1. With 15 bands on 3 stages, ranging from extreme metal to introvert folk, this nomadic, underground festival will invoke a blend of diverse feelings; rebellion, dysphoria, gloom, melancholy, indulgence, recognition, alleviation   read more...

Edgar Sarin: The Miraculous Cocoon by Kurt McVey - New York

Over the last week, in an unassuming and seemingly out of place pop-up gallery on West 3rd Street in The Village, the Parisian artist Edgar Sarin presided   read more...

Prospect.3: Notes for Now in New Orleans by Paul Laster - New York

Launched two years after Hurricane Katrina had devastated large areas of New Orleans and the Louisiana Gulf Region, Prospect New Orleans was conceived as an international biennial to exhibit current artistic practices   read more...

David Bowie Is by Keith Brown - Chicago

The origins of the David Bowie exhibition at MCA Chicago were grounded in an opportunity graciously proposed to theatre and performance curators Geoffrey Marsh and Victoria Broackes of the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) around 2011   read more...

Natalie Colette Wood Interview by Irena Jurek - New York

Natalie Colette Wood makes paintings and sculptures that deconstruct and dissect modes of abstraction, architecture, and fantasy. Her tumultuous hard- edged drips and her use of dazzling materials, such as sequins, rhinestones, and spandex reflect her distinctive vision and memories from a childhood spent in Las Vegas.   read more...

FotoFocus Biennial 2014 by Paul Laster - New York

The second edition of the FotoFocus in Cincinnati raised the bar for future incarnations of the fledgling biennial of photography and video.   read more...

Artists in Conversation: An Interview with Will Rahilly by Rachel Rossin - New York

Will Rahilly is a New York-based photographer and video artist whose distinct work contains unexpected references to domestic mythologies, office rituals, technology, and identity   read more...