Posts with tag New York


Torey Thornton – Does productivity know what it’s named, maybe it calls itself identity?

Hi, hey, hello, thank you for looking and giving and reading, absorbing. I just wanted to place more raw thoughts here as this show feels…


Jenna Westra – Afternoons

Between shoots, Jenna Westra writes down lists of directions she would like to explore with the models she photographs using an analog camera in her…

Six Questions

Sreshta Rit Premnath

Tique | art paper asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Sreshta Rit Premnath.


Latifa Echkahch – Liberty and Tree

Latifa Echakhch’s exhibition in Kunsthalle Mainz brings together the artist’s current occupation with landscape and history, as well as the stage and human beings as…


Luis Camnitzer

“In the end everything is a prison: the body, the limits of intelligence and imagination, the limits of society. The real prison is an example…


Kōji Enokura

“It is the tension between the body and the material that interests me, and that’s what I want to explore. It attests to the consciousness…


John Miller – The Collapse of Neoliberalism

John Miller has been exploring notions of identity, economics, and social class throughout his forty-year practice. His latest exhibition at Metro Pictures concerns, among other…


Jesper Just – Corporealités

Perrotin New York presents Corporealités, a new large-scale sculptural installation by Danish artist Jesper Just. The new work is composed of a series of LED…


Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. – Arms to pray with

In his debut exhibition with gallery Nicelle Beauchene, Brown uses photography to visualize and articulate intimacy, communion, mourning, and joy.


Meg Webster at Paula Cooper Gallery

Meg Webster’s work finds inspiration in the intrinsic beauty of natural materials. Using metal, glass and organic elements like salt, soil, twigs and moss, the…