ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
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Theo Ellison
Known Unknowns
Through Jun 24, 2018 / Saatchi Gallery
Referring to the artists’ status in the mainstream art world as being largely unknown, their respective practices are greatly admired by their artistic peers and seen as breaking new ground.
John Akomfrah / Purple (still)
#WhileBlack
Race relations in America
America has had its complicated history from its colonialist exchanges with the natives, through the slavery of Africans. Today’s rise of populism appeals to the base instincts of our humanity.
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Review of the week
Summer is here. No shortage of festivals gearing up to draw the big crowds. We launch this past week’s review with the Night of Museums to kick things off. Here is the week in review.
Heimo Zobernig
Heimo Zobernig
Through May 30, 2018 / Galerie Meyer Kainer
A break with style and subject. His purely technical, pictorial approach, which seeks to avoid any indication of the intimate and subjective, has a moral component. An aesthetic-political view.
Alex Prager
Aperture 231
Summer 2018 / Available For Pre-Order
The summer issue of Aperture magazine considers the influence of photography on leading filmmakers, and the role of cinema in the works of artists. Featuring Sofia Coppola, Gus Van Sant, Alex Prager.
Jane Freilicher, Early New York Evening, 1954
Jane Freilicher / ’50s New York
Through Jun 9, 2018 / Paul Kasmin Gallery
Painted within various studios in lower Manhattan, the works are evocative of a downtown milieu that has since come to represent the period’s golden age of spirited, improvisational artistic freedom.
Latest Articles
Theo Ellison
Known Unknowns
Through Jun 24, 2018 / Saatchi Gallery
Referring to the artists’ status in the mainstream art world as being largely unknown, their respective practices are greatly admired by their artistic peers and seen as breaking new ground.
John Akomfrah / Purple (still)
#WhileBlack
Race relations in America
America has had its complicated history from its colonialist exchanges with the natives, through the slavery of Africans. Today’s rise of populism appeals to the base instincts of our humanity.
ARTPIL / Prescription .046
Review of the week
Summer is here. No shortage of festivals gearing up to draw the big crowds. We launch this past week’s review with the Night of Museums to kick things off. Here is the week in review.
Heimo Zobernig
Heimo Zobernig
Through May 30, 2018 / Galerie Meyer Kainer
A break with style and subject. His purely technical, pictorial approach, which seeks to avoid any indication of the intimate and subjective, has a moral component. An aesthetic-political view.
Alex Prager
Aperture 231
Summer 2018 / Available For Pre-Order
The summer issue of Aperture magazine considers the influence of photography on leading filmmakers, and the role of cinema in the works of artists. Featuring Sofia Coppola, Gus Van Sant, Alex Prager.
Jane Freilicher, Early New York Evening, 1954
Jane Freilicher / ’50s New York
Through Jun 9, 2018 / Paul Kasmin Gallery
Painted within various studios in lower Manhattan, the works are evocative of a downtown milieu that has since come to represent the period’s golden age of spirited, improvisational artistic freedom.