With Drawings for Word Book, Paul Chan revisits the philosopher’s important text, illustrating its terms with childlike receptiveness.
Airy and Affective Sculptures, Weighed Down by Contradictions
In his latest exhibition The Bather’s Dilemma, Paul Chan’s lofty claims act as dead weight in an otherwise elegant expression of human emotion.
Taking Stock of Painting Today
It is not every day that you can go to Chelsea and see more than 100 paintings by 46 artists within the space of a few blocks.
Katharina Wulff: Sachlichkeit in Marrakesh
Katharina Wulff grew up in East Berlin and moved to Marrakesh some fifteen years ago. Her work reflects her situation amid the elaborate, distinctly Islamic decoration that adorns traditional architecture in Morocco.
Minimal, Alienating Works That Aren’t Blind to Tradition
In an alley between Greene Naftali gallery and a walled parking lot under the High Line, sit two Haegue Yang installations.
Frieze 2013 Report: The Doors of Reflection
LONDON — If all art is subjective, mirrored art is doubly so. And if there is one tendency at Frieze this year which cannot be ignored it is the use of reflective surfaces, as if to cause you twice as much grief in judging the work.