Allie Haeusslein

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From the DS Archives: Tammy Rae Carland at Silverman Gallery

Bay Area based artist Tammy Rae Carland is the subject of this week’s  From the DS Archives posting. Carland will participate in the panel discussion, Queer Culture and Artists’ Circle, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on Saturday, June 4th at 4:30pm. Additionally, she will be included in the upcoming group exhibition, Bay Area Now 6, at the Yerba Buena Center for the[…..]

From the DS Archives: Subverting the Male Glaze: Rob Pruitt’s Pattern and Degradation

From the DS Archives brings you a new public art destination from the American artist, Rob Pruitt. On display through October 2nd is Pruitt’s The Andy Monument, a slightly larger than life-sized chrome-plated sculpture of the Pop artist icon, Andy Warhol. Sponsored by the Public Art Fund, the sculpture is situated in New York off Union Square at 17th and Broadway, within view of the[…..]

From the DS Archives: Yayoi Kusama

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[…..]

From the DS Archives: Paired, Gold: Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Roni Horn

This Sunday, From the DS Archives examines the oeuvre and influence of Cuban-born, American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Gonzalez-Torres is presently the subject of a traveling retrospective, Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Specific Objects without Specific Form, which is at its final destination, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt, until April 25th. In the spirit of Gonzalez-Torres’ practice, the exhibition has a particularly experimental structure. While the show is installed initially[…..]

From the DS Archives: Glenn Ligon

This Sunday, From the DS Archives takes a second look at New York-based artist Glenn Ligon. Ligon is currently the subject of a mid-career retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, an exhibition that will travel on to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in fall 2011 and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in early 2012. Ligon’s most iconic works, namely[…..]

From the DS Archive: Ai Weiwei

From the DS Archive revisits celebrated Chinese artist Ai Weiwei this Sunday. Until May 2nd, you can catch the artist’s highly acclaimed Unilever Series commission at Tate Modern, Sunflower Seeds. Then, starting May 2nd, Ai’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads will begin its international touring exhibition in New York at the historic Pulitzer Fountain in Grand Army Plaza, the gateway to Central Park. This article was originally written by[…..]

From the DS Archives: Nick Cave and Phyllis Galembo

This Sunday, From the DS Archives invites you to reconsider the work of American artist, Nick Cave. Featuring Cave’s signature “Soundsuits,” the traveling exhibition Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth is currently up at the Seattle Art Museum through June 5th. Today’s DS Archive pick is from Cave’s exhibition with Phyllis Galembo last summer at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art.[…..]