by Camila McHugh Berlin Gallery Weekend rolled around this year under tightened COVID-19 restrictions and with little fanfare, but while museums were recently forced to close until infection numbers drop, galleries remain open to visitors with an appointment and a same-day negative test result. A wide range of exhibitions opened for the occasion, from […]
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Danielle McKinney in conversation with Alison Gingeras In the early 1990s, all painting was reputed to be dead, with figuration targeted as the most suspect of contemporary art practices. Yet by the end of that decade, a new generation of artists gleefully and somewhat “wrongly” “returned” to figurative painting, spawning updated versions of the […]
In this conversation—moderated by Ute Meta Bauer (Founding Director of NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, and Professor at School of Art, Design and Media, NTU)—Christine Tohme (Founding Director of Ashkal Alwan, Beirut), Enrique Rivera Gallardo (Director of Media Arts Biennale, Santiago), Sammy Baloji (visual artist and co-founder of the Lubumbashi Biennale), Lucrezia Cippitelli (scholar […]
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by Leonie Radine The Picker (2020), Undergird (2019), Helix (2020), Barb (2021)—Cudelice Brazelton IV’s titles already suggest that his works get under one’s skin. His assemblages and painting/collages have a piercing quality and leave a mark. They can be tiny or large-scale, but no matter what the size, they pervade the space with their bodily […]