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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

Artist Interview: Michael Pohl

AR: Michaels Pohl is an emerging multi-media artist based in Berlin. I was recently introduced to his work by a peer, but because Pohl is Berlin-based (I live in Brooklyn myself), the only way I […]

Feb, 16

Artist Interview: Nicole Awai

Nicole Awai, a Trinidadian born, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist has a distinct visual language. She works in a broad range of formats and materials including beautiful diagrammatic drawings, nebulous 3-D resin paintings, and mixed-media sculptures and […]

Dec, 13

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

Artist Interview: Kristen Morgin

Art-Rated’s Jonathan Beer and Lily Koto Olive recently interviewed LA-based artist Kristen Morgin about her solo show “Kristen Morgin: The Super Can Man and Other Illustrated Classics,” currently on view at Zach Feuer Gallery in New […]

May, 01

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

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