The Frieze Artist Award is a major new initiative, inviting an emerging artist to realise a new site-specific work at Frieze London as part of the critically acclaimed Frieze Projects programme. The winner of the inaugural Frieze Artist Award is Mélanie Matranga. Matranga has created a series of online videos called ‘From A to B […]
After a traditionally quiet summer, the first week of September will be very busy. Here are two exhibitions not to be missed in Paris. THURSDAY NIGHT Jonathan Binet at Gaudel Stampa Gallery. 49 quai des Grands Augustins, 75006. FRIDAY NIGHT Clément Rodzielski at Chantal Crousel Gallery. 10 rue Charlot, 75003.
Miu Miu presents the 8th installment of Women’s Tales with a new smart phone app by polymath Miranda July. Somebody App is a new kind of texting app with the sweetest of intentions – to connect two strangers by delivering, in person, a friend’s text. The app works like this: “When you send your friend a message […]
“Where the energy comes from” Jana Euler 30.08. – 09.11.14 Kunsthalle Zürich presents the first comprehensive institutional solo show by Jana Euler (born in Friedberg, Germany in 1982, lives and works in Brussels). The exhibition is entitled «Where the energy comes from» and comprises all new works created for this show. The exhibition and the […]
The Los Angeles area is home to many unique independent museums and collections (see The Velveteria). This weekend I went to The Bunny Museum, which is inside the private residence of Candace Frazee and Steve Lubanski in Pasadena, California. Candace and Steve call one another “honey bunny” and in the 1990s they began a daily exchange of bunny related […]
TRAINS Night Gallery THE EXHIBITION WILL BE LAID OUT IN LINES. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE HUNG IN SEQUENCES BREAKING CHRONOLOGY. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE FORMAL, BUT NOT JUST SHAPES. PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCULPTURE ARE NOT THE SAME THING, BUT THEY ARE COMPANIONS. SOME CHOOSE MORE, SOME CHOOSE LESS, EVERYONE HAS TO HAVE AT LEAST TWO, AND […]