Remembering Peter Schjeldahl
Schjeldahl was not a peddler of a particular theory; his only agenda was pleasure — the pleasures of art, of looking, of language.
In Conversation with Thomas Ruff
“I wanted to create visionary images where we cannot tell what is what, what is organic and what is nonorganic, where you have no idea of the scale. Something you haven’t seen before.”
The Brooklyn Rail
On Paul Gardère
In the Haitian painter’s work, the modernist techniques of collage and pastiche find their parallels in the Kreyòl processes of
Independent Art Fair
On Gala Porras-Kim
The artist’s probing installations reframe the seemingly intractable tensions between curating, colonialism and cultural exchange.