“It’s hard to paint around a cloud,” said Tacita Dean the other day.
Gabriela Vainsencher is an Argentine-born Israeli artist who lives in Crown Heights. She has shown at the MuMA museum in Le Havre, France, The Freies Museum in Berlin, the National Gallery of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Pierogi gallery in Brooklyn. Her writing has appeared in Title Magazine and the Huffington Post, she occasionally teaches art at Williams College, and is currently an MFA candidate at Hunter College.
The Measured Precariousness of Sarah Sze
It’s a common promise made in many press releases and artist statements: rather than delivering an artwork with hermetic, built-in meaning and context, the art, by being loose in some way, will provide its viewer with materials and tools with which to construct meaning.
From Black Performance to Stuff on a Shelf, a Visit to Five Shows in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO — It’s summer in the USA, and that means it’s group-show season on both coasts.
Hidden Artworks That Come with Instructions
Maria Nordman’s show is not the first thing you’ll see when you step off the elevator and into Marian Goodman’s midtown space.