July 2014

In Conversation with Jillian Ann by Kofi Forson - New York

Jillian Ann in Conversation with Kofi Forson photos by Richard Kern   read more...

Pierre Soulages @ Emmanuel Perrotin by Shana Beth Mason - Miami/New York

Pierre Soulages the under-appreciated, underestimated master has an exhibition at Perrotin Gallery in New York until June 27th 2014 Photo credit: Vincent Cunillère   read more...

Rene Ricard Memorial photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the memorial for New York legend Rene Ricard   read more...

Matt Bahen @ Munch Gallery by Sarah Elise Hall - New York

Matt Bahen Sometimes Comes the Mother, Sometimes the Wolf, Munch Gallery, New York April 25th thru May 31st   read more...

Julian Schnabel @ Dairy Art Centre by Sophie Hill - London

Every Angel has a Dark Side is the first Julian Schnabel solo show in a UK public space in fifteen years and, following his marked success as a film Director, Schnabel proves he is still an artist first.   read more...

Sterling Ruby @ Hauser & Wirth photos by Michael Anderson - New York

Photos from the opening of Sterling Ruby at Hauser & Wirth   read more...

Pennacchio Argentato by Vanessa Saraceno - London

Time to Rise was the latest exhibition of the collective duo Pennacchio Argentato, formed by the Italian artists Pasquale Pennacchio and Marisa Argentato. The exhibition, at Wilkinson Gallery was the second of the collaborative pair with the London-based gallery, and presented a series of new works, consisting of ten sculptures and two digital projections.   read more...

Book Review - Charles Traub: Dolce Via: Italy in the 1980s By Lynn Maliszewski - New York

Traub's dreamy impressions render a national temperament that finds little more than texture in the inanimate surroundings. He departs from the cultural and historical capital, turning his lens upon the souls who stuck it out through the Years of Lead. His treks between Milan and Cosenza, Rome and Venice, pulse with sensuality that is a screen upon which larger dynamics are projected.   read more...

Kent Monkman by Shana Beth Mason - Miami/New York

Kent Monkman was brought up in Winnipeg, Canada, an urban center with the trappings of subsurface racial, cultural, and socio-economic tensions. This environment is markedly opposite to romantic notions of the Canadian frontier: assuming grandiose bison hunts, undisturbed reservations and extreme climates all contribute to such a blaring stereotype.   read more...

WATCH: NEW YORK IS NOW - Whitehot Magazine NYC Art Documentary - New York

Artist and Whitehot Magazine publisher Noah Becker hosts a fast-paced trip through the contemporary art scene in New York - now. Becker talks with major artists, auction houses, curators and dealers who put forth their views on issues of art world decentralization, the art market climate, and the clash between real and virtual art worlds via social media and the internet.   read more...