MORIAH EVANS: FIGURING

THRU January 14, 2018 Courtesy the artist and MoMA PS1. Photo: Derek Schultz Originating from internal physical processes, Moriah Evans' Figuring takes micro movements as method. Through the engagement of energies, reactions, and interactions, three female performers make visible and audible internal systems in order to pitch them against the external forces of space and [...]

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SELF-INTERNED, 1942: NOGUCHI IN POSTON WAR RELOCATION CENTER

   February 19, 2017, marked the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, the notorious wartime directive that authorized the internment of Japanese citizens and American citizens of Japanese heritage living in the Western United States. This exhibition explores Noguchi’s extraordinary decision—despite being exempt from internment as a resident of New York—to enter the Poston War [...]

MARK DI SUERVO

                 Paula Cooper Gallery presents an exhibition of work by Mark di Suvero. Throughout his sixty-year career, di Suvero has created vibrant and dynamic works, which fuse vitality and movement with complex construction. Presenting a range of medium including sculpture, painting, and drawing, this new exhibition explores the [...]

THE INFLUENTIAL GERMAN ARTIST JOSEPH BEUYS NOW IN FILM

                      Joseph Beuys (German: [ˈjoːzɛf ˈbɔʏs]; 12 May 1921 – 23 January 1986) was a German Fluxus, happening, and performance artist as well as a sculptor, installation artist, graphic artist, art theorist, and pedagogue. His extensive work is grounded in concepts of humanism, social philosophy and anthroposophy; [...]

MARIANNE BOESKY GALLERY PRESENTS SERGE ALAIN NITEGEK

          Nitegeka was born in Burundi in 1983 and lives in Johannesburg. In addition to five solo shows at Stevenson Johannesburg and Cape Town, Nitegeka has exhibited at Marianne Boesky Gallery and Boesky East in New York, in 2016 and 2014; SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia (2015); and Le Manège [...]

BREAKING ICE: BATTLE OF THE CARMENS

                    Vocalists like to talk about grounded singing,” Ms. Hall Moran said with a grin. “Trying to activate the space between the bottom of your feet and that cold surface is a bit like levitating. NYT    Alicia Hall Moran mezzo-soprano and  multi-dimensional artist presents Breaking Ice: The [...]

TEXTILE ARTIST FRANCOISE GROSSEN AT BLUM & POE

                Françoise Grossen was born in Neuchatel, Switzerland in 1943. She studied architecture for a year at the Polytechnical University, Lausanne, Switzerland (1962–63) before becoming a textile major at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Basel, Switzerland (1963–1967). In 1963 Grossen spent six months as a French instructor in a professional [...]

DUTCH INDEPENDENT GALLERY — INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

  The Amsterdam based KochxBos art gallery is the first independent North-European low-brow / pop-surrealist gallery. We nowadays call it Contemporary Underground Art. Since 2005 the gallery has been representing and expanding the fame of artists like Ray Caesar, Ciou, Harma Heikens, Sarah Maple and Sauerkids. But we are also known for introducing the early [...]

ST. EOM – An Outsider Art Spotlight

 Pasaquan lavishly fuses African, pre-Columbian Mexico and Native American cultural and religious symbols and designs, along with motifs inspired by Edward Churchward’s books about “The Lost Continent of MU.” Eddie Owens Martin, the son of poor white sharecroppers, created an elaborate new religion and world called Pasaquan in western Georgia’s pine country. At 14 he [...]

STATE OF THE ARTS INTERNATIONAL

Our show will spotlight and hopefully partner with several galleries and institutions around the globe. This past autumn, KW Institute for Contemporary Art presented the first solo exhibition by British artist Lucy Skaer in Berlin. Comprising of a large body of new work embedded in a selection of existing works from the last ten years, [...]