Gabriel H. Sanchez

Lucas Samaras

Pace Gallery | 510 W. 25th Street

May 2015

Written in a small, clinical typeface near the gallery entrance are the words “Start Here,” which introduce seven hundred digitally manipulated photographs by Lucas Samaras, collectively titled XYZ 1550 - PLACEBO 97, 2015. From there, a … READ ON


Benoit Aquin

Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

April 2015

On the evening of July 5, 2013, a freight train carrying two million gallons of crude oil escaped from its overnight resting station, and after traveling unguided for seven miles, it derailed at the town center of Lac-Mégantic in Quebec. … READ ON


Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Philip-Lorca diCorcia discusses his exhibition at David Zwirner in New York

March 2015

Philip-Lorca diCorcia is a celebrated American photographer whose well-known images blur the distinctions between documentary and staged tableaux. Here, diCorcia discusses his ongoing project “East of Eden,” 2008—, a series of fictional … READ ON


Alec Soth

Alec Soth discusses Songbook

January 2015

Alec Soth’s photographs capture an intimate vision of contemporary Americana. He begins 2015 with the release of Songbook (2015), now available from MACK, as well as accompanying exhibitions this winter and spring, beginning with Sean Kelly… READ ON


Timur Si-Qin

Timur Si-Qin speaks about his work in the 2014 Taipei Biennial

September 2014

In Timur Si-Qin’s recent work, commercial and stock photography, as well as displays like those often found in malls and stores, are presented as biological relics. The first part—aptly titled “Part One”—of the Berlin-based artist’s series … READ ON



Mitchell-Innes & Nash | Chelsea

July 2014

“Slip” acts as a sort of pharmaceutical downer, sedating our immediate realities into a meditative blur. Brock Enright’s Secret 3 (all works cited 2014) exists as a pair of immaculate Dorito chips sheathed in gold leaf and accompanied by … READ ON


Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman discusses his show at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

July 2014

Jon Rafman is a Canadian artist whose work explores shifting boundaries between the virtual and the real while acknowledging fading distinctions between the two. Here, he discusses his recent work and debut solo exhibition in an American … READ ON


“Home Sweet Home: À propos de l'inquiétude”


May 2014

For the inaugural exhibition at this space, curators Olivia Boudreau and France Choinière have assembled a selection of photographs, films, and a site-specific installation that posit the concept of “home” as a place of impossible equilibrium,… READ ON


“Thousand Year Old Child”


April 2014

A thousand years later, the eponymous child evoked by this group show has apparently not learned any manners. Participating artists Glen Baldridge, Ian Cooper, and David Kennedy Cutler present an exhibition that personifies our unwavering … READ ON


Laurie Simmons

Salon 94 | Bowery

April 2014

If Laurie Simmons’s early works from the late 1970s function as a microcosm of repressed societal woes, many depicting miniature figurines of apprehensively posed housewives, she has today a poignant commonality in Japanese cosplay. A subculture… READ ON