Though Holt’s photos come from the mid-20th century, they anticipate 21st-century aesthetics and could be a backdrop in an influencer’s desert pilgrimage.
For Kaari Upson, the Abject and Grotesque Were a Wealth of Inspiration
To see Upson’s memorial exhibition at Sprüth Magers is to absorb the full intensity of the artist’s explorations of trauma, vulnerability, and abjection.
Hanne Darboven’s Attempt to Unbind Narrative From Time
Just as LeWitt used minimalism to distill geometric forms, Darboven used it to expose the raw structure of time.
Reinhard Mucha’s Unsettling Precision
Mucha’s reflective sculptures ensure that while looking at one work, viewers are aware of others and our presence among them.
Scouting Out the Armory Show, a Theme Park for the Wealthy
Amid the big, blue chip baubles, there are flickers of truly powerful and personal work at the latest edition of the vast Armory Show art fair.
A Celebration of Women Who Made It to the Top of the Art World
LOS ANGELES — The current show at Sprüth Magers gallery, Eau de Cologne, has a title that might seem like a play on words (that’s what I initially thought), but it is actually quite straightforwardly unironic.
Look Before You Sit: At Frieze New York, the Seats Are All Sculptures
Frieze New York opens its doors to the public today, but already during yesterday’s press and VIP preview the aisles were crowded, the common areas and restaurants filled with worn-out fairgoers, and it seemed as if the only empty seats were sculptures.