Paige K. Bradley

Lena Henke and Max Brand

Off Vendome | New York

March 2015

The exhibition starts in the stairwell, with battered sheets of painted cardboard woven through the banister and collaged with handmade sheets of rough, grody paper—welcome to the gallery, it’s been waiting for you. From there you ascend… READ ON

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The Great Escape

The opening of the 3rd New Museum Triennial

February 2015 NEW YORK

“TO BE AN ARTIST is incredibly downwardly mobile. You could ruin your career,” says K8 Hardy in the “What-the-fuck-ennial” segment of comedian-artist Casey Jane Ellison’s talk show “Touching the Art.” “And you should, try to… READ ON

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Francesca Woodman

Marian Goodman Gallery | New York

February 2015

Francesca Woodman’s brooding body of thirty, tiny photographs on view in this unassuming solo exhibition depict the artist, her friends in New York, or fellow students at RISD in the 1970s—common enough to her practice, but these works … READ ON

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Saira McLaren

Sargent's Daughters

January 2015

For her first solo exhibition at this gallery, Saira McLaren shows nine paintings and three porcelain ceramic pieces that evince a keen empathy for materiality, color, and the mutability of form. The sculptures, all untitled and produced in… READ ON

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John Waters

John Waters talks about his latest exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery

December 2014

John Waters is a filmmaker, writer, and artist. His latest exhibition of new photographs, sculptures, and a video is on view at Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York from January 9 through February 14, 2015.  BECAUSE CELEBRITY IS the only … READ ON

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Mira Dancy and Sarah Peters

Asya Geisberg Gallery

November 2014

This two-person exhibition, featuring Mira Dancy’s riotously colorful acrylic paintings and Sarah Peters’s tactile, terracotta sculptures, pivots on the template of the female nude as a ground zero for aesthetic experimentation. Dancy… READ ON

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Glenn Kaino

Glenn Kaino discusses his installation for Prospect New Orleans

October 2014

Glenn Kaino is a Los Angeles–based artist whose work addresses social and political histories while prioritizing individual subjectivity. His latest installation Tank, comprises seven saltwater-filled vitrines in which clear resin sculptures… READ ON

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Hannah Wilke

October 2014

Though not quite a retrospective, this judiciously focused presentation, primarily composed of Hannah Wilke’s object work in sculpture and related drawings, implied the continued scope of the artist’s percolating influence some twenty … READ ON

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Lily van der Stokker

Koenig & Clinton

September 2014

For her latest exhibition, Lily van der Stokker has assembled a fiercely united front of matte, Pepto-Bismol-pink painted wooden boxes, furniture, panels, and walls bordered with ribbons of fuchsia and the occasional dollop of creamy yellow… READ ON

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Rachel Maclean

Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)

July 2014

Among the coterie of contemporary artists embracing theatrical installation and narrative—Mary Reid Kelley, Allison Schulnik—Scottish artist Rachel Maclean is emerging as a politicized addition. The upcoming referendum this year on … READ ON

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