by Jonathan Goodman
JUL-AUG 2017 | ArtSeen
Martin Roth, an artist who has often worked with naturein 2009 one of his projects, I lived with sheep in Europe, consisted of living with a herd of sheep in Europeexcels at combining the outside world with sophisticated insights into politics and its relations with art and life. At his midtown exhibition at the Austrian Cultural Forum, In May 2017 I cultivated a piece of land in Midtown Manhattan nurtured by tweets, the pungent scent of more than two hundred lavender plants leads the viewer down two flights of stairs, into the basement of the Forum’s building on East 52nd Street near Fifth Avenue.
by Wendy Vigroux
MAR 2017 | Art Books
Packed with luxurious images, Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965 traces the movement of mid-century artists who, rather than cater to the city’s traditional artistic and financial procedures for gallery exhibition broke the mold of established creative practice by establishing their own group gallery spaces.