Today from the DS Archives we take another look at Walead Beshty’s 2011 exhibition at Regen Projects. Beshty’s work is currently on view in Troubling Space: The Summer Sessions at the Zabludowicz Collection in London along with an all-star line up: Francis Alÿs, Yael Bartana, Ethan Breckenridge, Gregory Crewdson, Helene Kazan, Avi Mograbi, Miri Segal, Caragh Thuring, Trisha Baga, Shi Jin, Haegue Yang. The exhibition will be[.....]
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Today from the DS Archives we bring you British installation artist, Simon Starling. His current exhibition, Trois cent cinquante kilogrammes par mètre carré, will be on view at La Kunsthalle Mulhouse from 24 May–26 August 2012. The exhibition features new works inspired by the architecture of the building that houses the Contemporary Art Centre, the University of Upper Alsace, and the Mulhouse town archives. The following article was[.....]
Today from the DS archives we dig deep to bring you an early article written about Daniel Lefcourt. His current show, Mockup, is on view at White Flag Projects until June 23, don’t miss it! “Mockup is a storage room, a stage set, a mausoleum, a trade show, a diagram, a game board, a studio, a retail store, a pictograph, a classroom, a museum display, an[.....]
In 2010 Martin Creed, along with Richard Wright and the artist team of Kim Coleman and Jenny Hogarth, were comissioned to make pieces to be exhibited in the Edinburgh Art Festival. Creed’s works are currently on display at the Tate St. Ives until July 27, 2012. The following article was originally published by Kelly Nosari on September 1, 2010: Each year, from mid-summer to early[.....]
Every now and then I’m introduced to an artist that really resonates with me. The first time I saw an example of Mika Rottenberg’s work was in a class, when the teacher presented my fellow students and me with a series of artists we were supposed to draw inspiration from (per usual). Despite the fact that Rottenberg’s work is so different from my normal taste,[.....]
The iconic British duo, Gilbert and George have been creating poignant, confrontational and critical art for nearly 5 decades, and they’re still at it. If you’ll be in New York City on April 6th, pick up tickets to see Gilbert and George in conversation at the Guggenheim. If you can’t make it, check out the article and video posted by Catherine Wagley on July 17,[.....]
Kehinde Wiley’s beautifully ornate paintings feature young men of different ethnicities and religions surrounded by detailed decorations based on traditional patterns and designs. The men depicted carry themselves in the classical, self-confident poses found in European portrait paintings. Daily Serving previously covered Wiley’s project ‘World Stage: Brazil,’ which was the third installment after China, and Africa, Lagos-Dakar. His newest iteration of the project, World Stage:[.....]