By Osman Can Yerebakan
FEB 2018 | ArtSeen
Spearheading Richard Hawkins’s fifth exhibition at Greene Naftali is a painting titled, And then come the dawn (2017), which took Hawkins over a decade to complete. In an email conversation, the L.A.-based artist expressed his restored interest in this painting after a decade with the current socio-political climate. Hawkins re-imagined the story of a worn-out, gay, white liberal at a hotel room in Thailand where the protagonist “takes his indulgence a step too irrevocably far.
By Jennie Waldow
JUNE 2019 | Art Books
The collages and silkscreens of John Stezaker contain stutters and elisions, gaps and coverings that pull viewers into an act of empathetic engagement, as the artist said in a 2011 interview included in the catalogue for his retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery.