Here with your weekly forecast. And we’re talking more than just weather. Although that looks good too. This week: Laurie Anderson performs Delusion at BAM, Elliott Sharp does Marclay, group show NEO-VITRUVIAN: The Body Now opens, Tom Zé: Liberted Astronaut screens at 92yTribeca, Gregory Crewdson at Gagosian, Gysin’s Ghost: Poetry Marathon and more!
Tag Archives: Richard J. Goldstein
Watch one of Minter’s Food Porn commercial slots and listen to a podcast of her speaking about her new monograph at Strand Books in Manhattan.
Carolee Thea happens to have been both installation artist and curator in her ever-evolving career as an artist, historian, curator, and writer. Now, she’s asking the questions of some of the most dynamic names in curating with her d.a.p release On Curating // Interviews with Ten International Curators, a follow-up to her foci // Interviews with Ten International Curators.
Morgan O’Hara’s LIVE TRANSMISSION drawings—part object, part performance—catalog movement. It was only natural that she undergo her latest performative drawings at The LAB gallery in Midtown. Morgan O’Hara used the repurosed storefront as a stage, with a black-and-white backdrop of a blown-up 2001 drawing, collaborating with six musicians over a week’s time. Richard J. Goldstein talks to O’Hara and alt_classical musician Peter Gregson.
DOLK has gone from painting on the sides of abandoned houses in the Norwegian countryside to stenciling on buildings near high-traffic Williamsburg locales. Richard J. Goldstein caught up with him in the backyard of the Brooklynite Gallery in Bed-Stuy.
Nancy Spero’s 1976 Torture of Women confronts the viewer with what appear to be receipts of violence carried out on women…34 years later Siglio Press wrote to Spero with a proposal to make a book of her epic work which had never been reproduced in full before. The process was a three-year journey distilling Spero’s public call to action into the more intimate book scale.
Vera Iliatova takes the group show as an opportunity to reveal the network existing between artists with Tenants. Hanging works side by side she gives context, not in terms of style, price tag, gender, or age, but in terms of friends. Equipped with several studios and a quaintly mismatched kitchen, the 106 Green gallery has much the same feeling as one may find in George Perec’s Life: A User’s Manual, the inspiration behind Iliatova’s curating.
From the archives and across state lines, BOMB on the Scene hopped on New Jersey Transit to visit Paul Henry Ramirez. Since painter Roberto Juarez’s 2007 essay on his work for BOMB’s 25th Anniversary America’s issue, Paul Henry Ramirez has relocated his studio to Hamilton, New Jersey from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Read more…
There is a direct and felt transaction between the hand and the eye. It is for this reason that writing on Philippe Grandrieux’s Un lac cannot be typed, but must be done by hand. Read on…
Deana Lawson’s photographs are steeped in her community. And just last week she brought the work back to Bed-Stuy in a talk at Brownstone Books. She spoke about work featured in her recently published catalogue Corporeal. Rooted by questions of the family album she investigates the phenomenon of the arresting beauty of the framed moment. Without sentiment, Lawson pushes on and into the lives of her subjects in which dialogue on representation’s process unfolds. Click through for more…
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