Con una enorme trayectoria y reconocimiento nacional e internacional, el artista visual argentino, docente y curador Diego Bianchi se formó inicialmente como diseñador gráfico en la Universidad de Buenos Aires y hacia 2002 se involucra de lleno con la práctica artística realizando su primera exhibición individual.
NEW YORK New Museum Water laps and pools, filling the vessel with poetic possibility as it becomes a fountain, a tub offering a restorative, healing bath, and a conduit of symbolic passage.
HUDSON, NEW YORK Private Public Gallery “What is that?” asked one disoriented visitor, as she beheld the enormous architectural structure before her—a replicated ore dock facing a vast ocean.
BERLIN Hamburger Bahnhof In these film selections, Sedira seems to imply that emancipation is always entangled with fabrication, with making things up.
MIAMI Pérez Art Museum “Liminal” isn’t quite a fun house, it’s more reminiscent of a film set, with dreamy façades and psychologically charged environments, just off-kilter enough to make you take notice and challenge assumptions.
Translating the Intangible: A Conversation with kelli rae adams
kelli rae adams examines invisible and intangible subject matter—invisible labor, care, and money. Trying to get at things we can’t otherwise grasp is the common thread running through her work. In many ways, the consideration of food, as labor and sustenance as well as art material, has played an important role in her very particular, and personal, approach.
Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens
CHARLOTTETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND Confederation Centre of the Arts I am writing this in a part of Nova Scotia where the farms that surround me grow grass. Each spring, verdant green fields are rolled up and taken away to become lawns in housing developments.
Sonic Objects: A Conversation with Tarek Atoui
Most people find the sound of a dripping faucet irritating. But Tarek Atoui, a multimedia visual artist and musician, hears the water drip as one tiny note orchestrating the music of the spheres.
MARGATE, U.K. Turner Contemporary Boyce’s videos of this session reveal how the participants grew in trust and how their improvised collaborations became increasingly confident and playful, questioning authority and authorship.
LONDON Thomas Dane Beyond the straightforward binaries of masculine and feminine though, there is something Cyborgian, in a Donna Haraway sort of fashion, about Benglis’s tentacle-like mirrored floor sculptures, which one can imagine having been spawned from the severing of some monstrous creature, their puckered ends curling upward like truncated limbs.