In The Noguchi Museum garden, Jorge Palacios’s Weightless Movement (2018) hung from a large Japanese katsura tree—integrated with earth, sky, and Noguchi’s stone and clay sculptures. “The title is a joke,” Palacios explained, “because it’s impossible to have gravity without weight.”
LINCOLN, MASSACHUSETTS deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum A few years ago, the deCordova Museum, famed for its outdoor sculpture collection, transposed its name in order to focus attention on the sculpture park. Yet in choosing this edgy group of 2019 biennial artists, exhibition curators gave short shrift to those who work in three dimensions, admitting only a handful.
David Kordansky will now represent sculptor Simone Leigh on the West Coast. She will continue to be represented by Luhring Augustine in New York.Expo Chicago has announced its 2019 participating galleries. For a full list click here.
Cristina Piffer’s works do not permit indifference. Small objects by this Argentinian artist can be just as impressive as her large-scale installations, with a formal elegance that captures the attention while moving viewers into a universe where life and death are locked in permanent tension.
VANCOUVER Vanier Park Six months after Ajlan Gharem’s Paradise Has Many Gates was unveiled in Vancouver’s beachfront Vanier Park, the little mosque made of chain link and steel pipe began to feel like part of the scenery.
VENICE Chiesa di Santa Maria della Visitazione The installation’s aesthetic appeal resonates universally with its emphasis on beauty and absence. For those familiar with Byars’s work, it furthers his legacy of conceptual vigor, exploring the unknown and unknowable.
Gianni Caravaggio works with diverse materials, creating mysterious forms that aim to open the imagination. Born in Rocca San Giovanni (Chieti), Italy, in 1968, he soon moved with his family to Germany. He studied philosophy before moving back to Italy to attend the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, where he is currently a professor
Born in Britain, Ellen Harvey lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been included in the Whitney Biennial and exhibited at numerous institutions, including the Barnes Foundation, the Corcoran Museum of Art, and the Bass Museum.
La obra de Analia Hahn transita distintas materialidades: desde la aparente fragilidad de lo textil hasta la contundencia de los materiales industriales. Con temas claves en su producción artística tales como la incomunicabilidad, la soledad y la individualidad que lucha por sostener su identidad entre la “sociedad mundial,” la artista busca alimentar el plano de