Tag Archives: Contemporary art

Report from Kinderhook: Feedback at Jack Shainman Gallery/The School

Oct. 21, 2021 ( yeah I know, I’m posting a wee bit late!) in Artcritical Installation shot of the exhibition under review, with Karon Davis’s Double Dutch Girls (2021) in the foreground. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery Jack Shainman opened The School … Continue reading

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A Blizzard of Paint and Objects: Joyce Pensato Makes Pop Culture Her Own

Feb. 10, 2021 in artcritical Joyce Pensato at Petzel Gallery Installation shot of the exhibition under review showing Joyce Pensato, Daisy, 2012, to the right. Courtesy of Petzel Gallery, New York Joyce Pensato’s 2012 exhibition, Batman Returns, although her third … Continue reading

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Hermannsburg Potters

Reposting from March 2016. Originally in Hyperllergic Aboriginal Women in Australia Celebrate Their Football Heroes with Pottery Rona Rubunjta Arrente’s “I’m Black” (2015) (left); Ngala Wheeler’s “Brotherhood” (2015) (right) in ‘Our Land is Alive: Hermannsburg Potters for Kids continues’ at … Continue reading

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A Memorial to Crimes Against Women and Children in Ghostly Glass

Published in Hyperallergic August 22, 2019 Northern Irish artist Alison Lowry addresses the 200 years of crimes perpetrated by the Catholic Church in collaboration with the Irish state. Alison, Lowry, “Instead of the fragrance there will be stench; instead of … Continue reading

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Artists and Scientists Concoct Immersive Projects at the Wellcome

Published July 3 in Hyperallergic The Wellcome Collection in London introduces four mixed-media installations in an immersive, collaborative show between artists and scientists. Maria McKinney, Sire series, C-print, 147 X 220 cm. (all photos courtesy of the author for Hyperallergic) … Continue reading

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Trade Routes

Mapping globalization at Aicon CityArts June 11, 2012 The current exhibition at Aicon Gallery, Mapmakers: The Evolution of Indian Art, got me thinking about globalization. I will freely admit to a certain amount of cultural bias when looking at art. … Continue reading

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