Art on the UndergroundMarch 7, 2014
The mission of Art on the Underground is to provide a world-class programme of contemporary art that enriches the Tube environment and customers' journey experience; and continues the long-standing tradition that excellent art and design is at the core of London Underground's identity and services. The programme is delivered by a dedicated team led by the Head of Art on the Underground. Art on the Underground is part of the Customer Strategy... continue reading
Galerie XippasMarch 6, 2014
on aluminium, 29 1/15 x 22 11/16 inches. © James Siena. Courtesy
Pace Gallery and Galerie Xippas.
The Xippas Gallery is pleased to present James Siena's first solo exhibition in France. James Siena is a pivotal artist in the New York art scene, particularly known for his creative process based on self-imposed parameters that he terms visual algorithms. By establishing a base unit that he infinitely and obsessively repeats, Siena takes possession of the surface plane in order to focus on complex geometric and abstract forms. Even though... continue reading
Michael Kohn GalleryMarch 6, 2014
collaged baby wipe on canvas, 72 x 60 inches.
Kohn Gallery is thrilled to announce its participation at The Armory Show with a booth showcasing new and recent works by gallery artists Simmons & Burke, Ryan McGinness, RETNA, Dennis Hollingsworth, and the latest additions to our roster: New York-based painter and sculptor Eddie Martinez, and London-based collaborative Troika. Kohn will present new works by Dennis Hollingsworth, whose vibrantly expressive paintings toy with the boundaries... continue reading
The most streamlined mythology of the past two decades of the Whitney Biennial goes something like this: 1993 represented the Big Bang of art and identity politics, and since then, the curve has bobbed up and down like a sine wave, going above and below the axis of overthought mediocrity... continue reading
Even for art audiences who are by now used to all kinds of dematerialized art objects—performers in lieu of objects or sets of instructions replacing lists of media—this exhibition of four artist-writers at Galerie Wien Lukatsch sets the bar high. It consists solely of recorded voices with no visual props... continue reading
“What’s not to like?,” a fellow critic concurred as I waxed lyrical about Zarina’s solo show, which I had seen a few days before in Delhi. The opening was timed to coincide with the India Art Fair, around which a number of glittering events have coalesced in what has become... continue reading
“I’m so excited,” a young woman says, about an advertising meeting that would make your eyes water with boredom. “Don’t worry, that’ll pass,” her older colleague replies. It’s a flat cliché, and he delivers it with a withering smile of self-congratulation. The woman appears put down, but you get the feeling that’s... continue reading