The exhibition will present the Ladd brother’s exploration of the boundaries between design and fashion, and fine art and craft. Using non-traditional materials like fabric, belts, beads, and paper, the artists create portraits of memories—rich visual abstractions based on their shared childhood experiences growing up in St. Louis and attending the small Catholic grade school, Mary Queen of the Universe, after which the exhibition was named.
assume vivid astro focus is up to something “eye-catching”! Next month the duo will reveal a roller rink in Buenos Aires featuring music by comedienne and drag performer Lady Bunny. Titled angeles veloces arcanos fugaces, the interactive disco-themed installation will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Faena Hotel Buenos Aires, home to the Faena Arts Center (FAC). All are welcome to experience the roller rink from October 10 – 14, 2014 in the Los Molinos room. Learn more via Artinfo.
Behind the scenes with artist Eddie Martinez
In honor of Eddie Martinez: Nomader, on view now at Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles), we paid a visit to the artist’s new Brooklyn studio. Martinez is best known for his textured paintings and sculptures where traditional oil paint mixes with the detritus of his studio and materials he finds in various locations near where he makes his work.
Click here for an installation view of ‘Nomader’, an exhibition of new paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. Closes Saturday, October 25, 2014.
The exhibition of paintings, on view October 30–December 6, 2014, will focus on the Stanczak’s evocations of natural phenomena, energy and light. The show will feature a dozen large-scale paintings spanning the artist’s career from the 1960s to the present, including works not seen publicly in decades.
Louise Nevelson at Cardi Gallery (Milan)
The Milan-based modern and contemporary art gallery, will present ‘Louise Nevelson: 55-70’, an exhibition of over 30 important collages and sculptures created between 1955–1970 that reveal the formalist achievements of the artist. The exhibition opens October 9 and runs through December 20, 2014.
'Suspension': Sculptures and Drawings by Louise Bourgeois at Cheim & Read
From October 30, 2014 through January 10, 2015, the gallery will present hanging works and ink drawings by the French-American sculptor Louise Bourgeois. The exhibition will trace the theme of suspension throughout Bourgeois’s career spanning more than forty-five years and will be accompanied by a full-color catalogue with a text by Robert Pincus-Witten.
Louise Bourgeois, ‘Legs’, 2001
The exhibition will feature sculptures, installations, works on paper and canvas, and stop-frame animations that emphasize the artist’s connection to movement and dance. A special performance by Stephen Petronio Company, choreographed with the exhibition’s signature work ‘Maze’ (pictured above), is scheduled to take place on Friday, November 7, and Saturday, November 8.
Richard Nonas interviewed by Scott Indrisek from ARTINFO at his Tribeca studio. Get to know the anthropologist-turned-sculptor and find out what’s in store for his exhibition, opening tonight at Fergus McCaffrey's new 514 W 26th St location.
This interactive sculpture by artist Virginia Overton is an undulating 488-foot-long brass tube that spans Storm King Art Center’s rolling fields. It mirrors the curves of the park’s hills carrying sound, picking up slight noises, and allowing visitors different aural experiences on their outdoor treks. Don’t miss the chance to experience this transformative site-specific installation! On view through November 30.
Q & A with Cross-Country Traveler Justine Kurland
Q. You have two projects opening this September at Mitchell-Innes & Nash. The first is a series of new photos titled “Sincere Auto Care.” What inspired you to focus on cars and the open road?
A. The cars came directly out of the train photographs — themes revolving around certain American values like freedom and self-determination. But specifically I remember driving along some highway talking to a friend who works as a landscaper on the phone. He told me he had been working so much he felt like he was a tree. And I realized I had been driving so much I was a car.
Read the full article by Ashton Cooper on Blouin Artinfo.