June 26, 2018

Eugenio Dittborn has been producing “airmail paintings” since 1984. Born and based in Santiago, Chile, Dittborn studied art at the University of Chile, then in Paris, Madrid, and West Berlin. Eventually, he began to experience a certain “phobia of painting,” which led to experimentation in rather unconventional materi...

June 19, 2018

In 1954, Japanese artists Shozo Shimamoto and Jiro Yoshihara formed an avant-garde art group called Gutai. The name means “embodiment” and “concreteness,” the separate kanji character ‘gu’ means tool, measures, or a way of doing something. ‘Tai’ means body—both existing in the physical form of a body, and existing und...

June 12, 2018

Argentinian born artist Tomás Saraceno is an unconventional renaissance man. First formally trained as an architect, he also holds postgraduate degrees in art and has completed the International Space Studies Program at NASA. He holds the world record for the first and longest certified fully-solar manned flight. He h...

June 6, 2018

A site-specific commission, Rita McBride’s Particulates is housed in a dark concrete warehouse, next to the Dia Art Foundation Chelsea offices. The sign on the door warns “DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MAKE CONTACT WITH ANY LASER BEAMS!!” I go during the last week of its eight-month long run, with the impression that an air-condi...

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REVIEW: Adrian Piper's "A Synthesis of Intuitions" at the MoMA

July 10, 2018

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