Genevieve Allison

Yun Hyong-keun

Blum & Poe | New York

December 2015

The refusal to create a “clear image,” a critic once said of Yun Hyong-keun’s work after seeing it exhibited at the National Museum of Modern Art of Seoul in 1974, came out of a privileging of texture—which compromised painting’s … READ ON


Liam Gillick and Louise Lawler

Casey Kaplan

December 2013

What’s most surprising about Liam Gillick and Louise Lawler’s first collaboration—for which both artists created separate installations dealing with modernist ideals—is how distinct their work is from the other. Lawler has taken over… READ ON



July 2013

In the liner notes of his 1975 composition Discreet Music, Brian Eno shares that music, even at barely audible levels, will affect the color, frequencies, and timbre of its surrounding environment. Eno’s work, largely considered the benchmark… READ ON


“Now Dig This!: Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980”


November 2012

Originally presented at the Hammer Museum as part of “Pacific Standard Time,” this illuminating exhibition telescopes in on African-American artists working in Southern California during these particularly formative decades for art and … READ ON


Gudmundur Thoroddsen

Asya Geisberg Gallery

February 2012

Working in a method that strongly evokes an archaeological study, Gudmundur Thoroddsen has made the image––or imagining––of the patriarchal figure the focus of his solo debut in New York. A video, carvings, drawings, and small … READ ON


Claire Fontaine

November 2011

As the title, “Working Together,” foregrounds, this exhibition considers the social aspect of production. Beyond a concrete practice, industry is presented as an essential social force inseparable from economic-philosophical and ontological… READ ON


Collier Schorr

November 2010

Collier Schorr has been returning to Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, for nearly two decades. Curious visitor turned assimilated outsider turned intinerant resident: The artist’s ongoing relationship with this provincial southern town has been… READ ON


Mona Hatoum

August 2010

Though modest in size, the exhibition featuring the 2010 winner of the Käthe Kollwitz Prize, Mona Hatoum, highlights the vicissitudes of her prodigious career over three decades. Hatoum was born in Beirut to Palestinian parents and has … READ ON


“Celluloid. Cameraless Film”

July 2010

This exhibition traces the evolution of experimental filmmakers and artists who have dispensed with the camera altogether by directly manipulating film. Twenty-one creators to 160,000 images is an impressive ratio for any show, and for the … READ ON


Graham Anderson

February 2010

With four small paintings and two drawings, Graham Anderson’s solo exhibition at this gallery is one of the more intimate and understated shows on view now in Berlin. The title of the show is “New Paintings and Drawings,” despite the … READ ON