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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

Word:Play at Freight + Volume

When you walk into Samuel Jablon’s debut solo exhibition at Freight + Volume, the first thing you notice is the surprising physicality of the work. Maybe it’s memories of Christopher Wool’s thin, nearly monochromatic retrospective […]

Sep, 10

Bushwick Open Studios: 2014

Every June Bushwick artists open their studios for an endless tour of painting, sculpture, installation, video, performance, and just about everything else. This year Art-Rated’s Jonathan Beer visited studio buildings on Bogart Street, Ingraham Street, […]

Jun, 09

Joseph Beuys: Process 1971-1985

Curated by Kara Rooney Rooster Gallery January 8 – February 9 2014 By Jonathan Beer The Joseph Beuys: Process 1971-1985 exhibition affords gallery goers a rare opportunity to see some of the quintessential Beuys pieces […]

Feb, 06

Paperazzi 3 at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery

by Jacob Hicks I had the opportunity to preview the exhibition Paperazzi 3 at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The show is a collection of 134 small works on paper by an array of […]

Jan, 30

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

Tiago Estrada – The Wall of Pleasure

In his most recent exhibition with Rooster Gallery, ‘The Wall of Pleasure,’ Portuguese artist Tiago Estrada (b. 1967) confronts the contingencies of expression and the boundaries of language. The title refers to the central work […]

Apr, 05

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