Language is a thing that can easily be something we all take for granted. Today from the DS Archives we take a look back at the exhibit TEXT/URAL from OKOK Gallery. LACMA is currently exhibiting A is for Zebra, a group show “about alphabets making sense and non-sense.” The following article was originally published by Rebekah Drysdale on August 3, 2009: OKOK Gallery’s current exhibition,[.....]
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The December art fairs in Miami are always a blurred craze of viewing art and people, fascinating and often horrifying. This year, as in years past, DailyServing sent a few writers to Miami to look for the most interesting projects among the fairs, local galleries, and outdoor exhibitions and events. We came back with a mix of work that includes the recent wave of mirror[.....]
This week from the DS Archives we take a look at MoMA’s 2009 New Photography exhibition, and see where some of the photographers are now: The works of Sarah VanDerBeek and Leslie Hewitt are now on view at the Austin Art House‘s current exhibition, The Anxiety of Photography – On view until December 30, 2011 Walead Beshty recently exhibited Securities and Exchanges at Ullens Center[.....]
Today from the DS Archives we bring George Jenne’s exhibition, Don’t Look Now at Civilian Art Projects, Washington DC. Jenne is currently in the group show, Pan’s Pipes, with Ryan Hill and Erick Jackson at Civilian Art Projects, on view until October 22, 2011. This article was originally posted on January 21, 2010 by Rebekah Drysdale: Civilian Art Projects in Washington, D.C. is currently presenting[.....]
Today from the DS archives we bring you the digital op-art and often dreamily graphic Tauba Auerbach. Auerbach’s show at Glen Horrowitz Bookseller’s East Hampton Gallery closes tomorrow so hurry over! If you miss it worry not, she will be speaking at this year’s New York Art Book Fair held at PS1 in Queens. This article was originally posted on September 8, 2009 by Rebekah[.....]
This Sunday, From the DS Archives features internationally recognized video artist, Bill Viola. Viola’s 1996 work The Messenger – a video installation commissioned for Durham Cathedral in North East England where it was initially installed – is currently included in the group exhibition Videosphere: A New Generation at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. This article was originally written by Rebekah Drysdale on November 4,[.....]
This Sunday, From the DS Archives brings you avant-garde Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama, who has recent paintings and sculptures up now through May 7th at Gagosian Gallery in Rome. A significant retrospective of the artist opens at the Reina Sofia, Madrid on May 10th; the exhibition will then travel to the Centre Pompidou, Paris; Tate Modern, London; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York through[.....]