Tara Smith

Model Court

Gasworks

June 2013

In 2007, François Bazaramba, a Rwandan Baptist minister living in Porvoo, Finland, was taken into custody for his suspected role in Rwanda’s genocide in 1994. His trial became one of the most expensive in Finland’s history, requiring … READ ON

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Martin Boyce

Johnen Galerie

May 2012

It seems fitting that Martin Boyce’s first solo exhibition since winning the 2011 Turner Prize is in Berlin, the city where he deciphered, Rosetta Stone–like, Jan and Joël Martel’s Arbre cubiste (Cubist Tree). Several of these … READ ON

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Kota Ezawa

October 2011

Initially installed last spring as an outdoor, site-specific work for New York’s Madison Square Park, Kota Ezawa’s City of Nature, 2011, is now showing on a larger screen in this gallery, an unexpectedly effective translation. Featuring… READ ON

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Pierre Huyghe

October 2011

Pierre Huyghe’s provocative new show skitters around the problem of what it means to share a space. Continuing an investigation into what might be termed biological performance that he began earlier this year at Marian Goodman in New … READ ON

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Mark Soo

February 2011

A Conradian drive—“the ponderous beat of the stern-wheel”—animates Mark Soo’s Several Circles, 2010, a two-channel video installation at the heart of Soo’s first solo exhibition in Berlin. The video’s subjects are a 1989 Ford … READ ON

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