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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

Elegantly Wasted – Rococo Revisited at Littlefield

Art-Rated recently had the opportunity to attend the opening of Elegantly Wasted – Rococo Revisited, an exhibition curated by painter Boris Tyomkin. The show was held at Littlefield, a performance and art space in Gowanus, Brooklyn. […]

Oct, 26

QUAY BROTHERS: Creepy Career retrospective at MoMA

On Deciphering the Pharmacist’s Prescription for Lip-Reading Puppets August 12, 2012–January 7, 2013 The Quay Brothers retrospective at MoMA (on view until January 7th, 2013) creates a dark eerie space within the institution, revealing the […]

Oct, 06

The Question of the Frame: Les Rogers at Half Gallery

by Jonathan Beer Les Rogers makes sumptuous paintings that maintain an incredible mix of economy and decadence. His works mobilize fleshy, atmospheric, and graphic languages, intermingling them in a confident and practiced way. Rogers is […]

Aug, 15

Review of Margaret Evangeline: Shooting Through the Looking Glass (Charta, 2011)

Review of Margaret Evangeline: Shooting Through the Looking Glass (Charta, 2011) Originally published by The Brooklyn Rail, March 2012, http://www.brooklynrail.org/2012/03/art_books/margaret-evangeline-shooting-through-the-looking-glass There is something inherently philosophical in the work of Margaret Evangeline. Every project throughout her active career […]

Mar, 04

Greg Lindquist – You Are Nature

On view at Elizabeth Harris Gallery February 9 – March 10, 2012 by Jonathan Beer You are Nature is Brooklyn-based artist Greg Lindquist’s most recent body of work currently on view at Elizabeth Harris Gallery. It […]

Feb, 15

Reverence for Sound: Janet Cardiff at PS1

On view at PS1 September 11, 2011 to January 9, 2012 by Jonathan Beer As an atheist, my list of religious experiences is rather short, comprised of events that had a profound effect and that […]

Dec, 07

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