Maika Pollack

Knut Ċsdam

Slought Foundation

November 2013

Norwegian artist Knut Åsdam, currently the Mellon artist-in-residence at the University of Pennsylvania, has created for his latest exhibition, titled “Edgelands,” a cinematic video, Egress, 2013, and two site-specific sculptures, each studies… READ ON


Roy Lichtenstein

Whitney Museum of American Art

January 2012

An installation of three silent, one-minute films by Roy Lichtenstein gives a rare glimpse into the Pop artist’s experiments in 35-mm moviemaking. Created during a two-week residency at Hollywood’s Universal Studios special effects lab in … READ ON


Christopher Bollen

Christopher Bollen talks about his first novel

September 2011

Christopher Bollen is a New York–based writer and the editor-at-large of Interview magazine. His first novel, Lightning People, is published this month by Soft Skull Press. Bollen will read from the book at the Union Square Barnes & Noble in… READ ON


Poul Gernes and Birgir Andrésson

July 2011

This exhibition pairs Poul Gernes and Birgir Andrésson, two Nordic artists whose works deal with the experience of color. The Danish Gernes painted between 1960 and 1980. His untitled dot, target, and horizontal stripe paintings are emphatically… READ ON


Richard Prince

June 2011

“American Prayer,” Richard Prince’s first Paris solo museum exhibition, makes a case for the artist’s sustained relationship to appropriated source material just as his use of copyrighted images is under pressure due to a lawsuit French … READ ON


“The Jewel Thief”

February 2011

This group show, cocurated by artist Jessica Stockholder and the Tang’s Ian Berry, takes gleeful advantage of the freedoms an artist can enjoy in a curatorial role. The exhibition features a vertiginously salon-style hanging, along with a … READ ON