Belott’s “frozen artworks” signify duration in the interval between the water freezing and the ice melting.
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
In Jacolby Satterwhite’s New Exhibition, a Blessed Road between Heaven and Hell, Body and Empire
Jacolby Satterwhite’s art is nearly the opposite of the fascist, illusionist US government regime we currently live under, and is far more radical — creating something that could otherwise never be.
The Vertigo of Sturtevant
The artist’s presence in her current one-woman survey at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise is like a ghost in the machine.
A Pioneer of Glitch Music Performs with His AI Avatars
On August 3, Japanese artist and avant-garde musician Yasunao Tone brings his ongoing “AI Deviation” project to Gavin Brown’s Enterprise.
16 Manhattan Galleries Host 36 Out-of-Town Art Spaces
Condo New York is a sprawling, collaborative omnibus exhibition spanning spaces in Chelsea, the Lower East Side, and Tribeca.
Great Balls of Fire: Arthur Jafa at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
Set to Kanye West’s languorously sublime hip hop gospel track, “Ultralight Beam,” the visuals in Arthur Jafa’s seven-minute film alternate between eruptions of joy and violence.
Confronting the Limits of Catharsis in a Video About Black American Life
Arthur Jafa’s “Love Is the Message, The Message Is Death” communicates a truth about black life in the US: Many of our public encounters erupt in violence or are premised upon violence.
In a New Location, the Independent Art Fair Feels Like Home
After spending six years in Chelsea, the Independent Art Fair has found a new home in Tribeca, in the incredibly sleek Spring Studios, usually host to fashion-related events.
The Calm and Controversy of 12 Horses in an Art Gallery
For a gallery with 12 horses and a line of visitors stretching out the door, Gavin Brown’s enterprise is exceptionally hushed.
Why Do US and European Galleries Flock to Mexico City’s Zona MACO?
MEXICO CITY — Zona MACO, Mexico City’s, and arguably Latin America’s, biggest art fair opened here Wednesday night at the massive Centro Banamex convention center on the outskirts of the city.
Probing the Unknowable: Judith Bernstein’s Black Light Paintings
Sometimes ferocity fades over time. Sometimes it doesn’t. For Judith Bernstein, it just gets bigger, brighter and wilder. Now in her seventies, Bernstein has been dishing out the unpalatable for more than forty years with no sign of letting up.