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“Whence do you know the happiness of fish?“ Tin-Tong Chang at Kunst Kraft Werk, Leipzig, Germany

“Whence do you know the happiness of fish?“ Tin-Tong Chang at Kunst Kraft Werk, Leipzig, Germany by Maeshelle West-Davies Last night I saved the life of a fish by ordering a pizza. I was at […]

Mar, 07

Stephen Irwin: Sometimes When We Touch

Your friend is in the last stages of aids and wants to get the house ready for their family to clear, so they ask you to take their old porn collection. This seemed to happen […]

Nov, 22

Alchemy and Metaphysics Review

  After weeks of advance promotion by word of mouth and various social media outlets, the much anticipated Alchemy and Metaphysics opened this past June 7th at Trestle Art Projects in Brooklyn.  (the show ran […]

Aug, 03

Balthasar Klossowski de Rola Hiding in Plain Sight

Balthus: Cats and Girls—Paintings and Provocations September 25th, 2013 to January 12, 2014 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Curated by Sabine Rewald Black Cat A ghost, though invisible, still is like a place your […]

Jan, 21

Not For Sale Essays and Exhibition

Not For Sale: The Interdependency of Art and Commerce by Jacob Hicks From the fertile crescent to the contemporary moment, the development of art has been and will remain bedfellow to commerce, as is the […]

Nov, 16

Artist Interview: Jason Gringler

Recently I had the privilege of spending some solitary time in Jason Gringler’s studio; being left alone for an extended period of time to look at and acclimate to the environment is a bit like […]

Nov, 01

El Anatsui: The Engaged Outsider

“Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui” (open through August 4) is a mid-career survey of the Ghanaian artist El Anatsui. No intellectual ambiguity masks the curatorial agenda here. As the title suggests Mr. […]

Jun, 24

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