From a past barter: Tracy Emin, Super Loving Cat, 2007. It is often declared that the upside of a depression, be economic or psychological, is that it promotes creative thought. Art Barter is hard evidence of this claim. Launched last November by London-based curators Lauren Jones and Alix Janta, Art Barter re-examines our current system [...]
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The first show at The Hole, Not Quite Open for Business, is opening this Saturday. The Hole is the new venture of former Deitch directors Kathy Grayson and Meghan Coleman, launched after Jeffrey Deitch’s sudden departure for the West Coast. They have spent the last few months putting together a number of shows, two of [...]
Admittedly, I’m not always quick to cross the East River for a party. But when the Brooklyn Museum and Manhattan’s New Museum held their annual spring galas on the same night last week, I crossed it twice. My first stop was the Brooklyn Museum, where food artist Jennifer Rubbel created an orgiastic feast for all [...]
Terence Koh presents ADANSONIAS, A Tragic Opera In 8 Acts ACT 1 6th October 2009 8 PM Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac 7 Rue Debelleyme, 75003. Paris.
42 Below, a brand of vodka from New Zealand, has begun a new campaign entitled OneDreamRush, in which it has asked 42 directors to produce 42-second shorts about dreams. While the idea itself seems a bit stilted, it’s the list of directors that should really excite: David Lynch, Harmony Korine, Larry Clark, Kenneth Anger and [...]
When Peres Projects decided to combine Terence Koh’s sculpture “Boy By the Sea” with Kaye Donachie’s first solo exhibition in Berlin, they managed to create an intensely homogeneous atmosphere–even though the two parts appeal to very different perceptions of art. Koh’s sculpture, a perfect effigy of his own juvenile body covered with 65,000 artificial pearls [...]
A new exhibition at the Mary Boone Gallery features the work of Jeff Koons, Mike Kelley and Terence Koh, a rambunctious bunch by any standard. Curator Javier Peres assures us that the show will abide “No tricks, no gimmicks, no bullshit”—and he is right to assuage our doubts. Few other contemporary artists have excited such [...]