Between Past and Future: New Photography and Video from China
By Robert C. Morgan and Nick Stillman
In the catalogue essay for Between Past and Future: New Photography and Video from China, Wu Hung begins with the claim that over the past twenty-five years "Chinese artists have reinvented photography as an art form."
Tony Smith & Anish KapoorBy Michael Brennan
If only everything were so black and white. The Tony Smith show at Matthew Marks was essentially all black, while the Anish Kapoor show next door at Barbara Gladstone, entitled Whiteout, was whiter than a wedding cake.
Sarah Beddington and Fritz WelchBy Roger White
"Everyday life" is a weird term. We know exactly what we mean by it because we live itits so simpleevery day. But defining it in a meaningful way is surprisingly tricky.
Andrea Fraser and Friedrich PetzelBy Katie Stone
For over twenty years, Andrea Fraser has drawn on psychoanalysis, postmodern sociology, and feminist theory to create work based on incisive critique and analysis of the art world.
South Brooklyn GalleriesBy James Kalm
Word up Williamsburg: theres another artsy neighborhood gaining attention in Brooklyn.
Robert RymanBy Tomassio Longhi
Robert Ryman is a painter who appeals to me for his sheer peculiarity: practically self-taught, from early on he had the lucidity of mind, and depth of conviction, to proceed in his work with little stylistic evolution.
Crits' PixBy Shane McAdams
Summer is here, and with it that most unpredictable of beasts: the summer group show. Our chances for variety, new blood, and new ideas increases along with poorly conceived afterthoughts and sticky hot opening receptions.
WMD Front Room Gallery July 2004By William Powhida
The conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan and their psychological toll are rendered in a variety of media in WMD at Front Room gallery.
Janet Cardiff Her Long Black Hair Public Art Fund July 2004By Sonya Shrier
"When youre in a city like New York you have to think of all the sounds like a symphony or else you go a bit crazy," warns Janet Cardiff at the beginning of her latest audio walk, "Her Long Black Hair," taking place this summer in Central Park.
Ann Hamilton, Corpus MassMoCA July 2004By Stephanie Buhmann
Garnering international acclaim for complex multimedia installations that have transformed such prestigious sites as The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Dia Art Foundation, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, and the American Pavilion in the 1999 Venice Biennale, Ann Hamilton has demonstrated more than once that she is at ease with large-scale projects.
Symbolic Space and Repetition Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art July 2004By Cynthia Cox
Orchestrated into a maze-like 12,500 sq. ft. renovated warehouse in Peekskill, NY, the inaugural exhibitions of the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art were curated by it founders Drs. Livia and Marc Straus, and the former director Maureen Pskowsky.
Modigliani: Beyond the Myth The Jewish Museum July 2004By Valery Oisteanu
Amedeo Modigliani (1884-1920) was born in Livorno, Italy to a well to do family of Italian Sephardic Jews that went bankrupt shortly after his birth.