ARTPIL Profiles of the Arts
Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo / Masterpieces from Museo Dolores
Through Nov 4, 2018 / Hungarian National Gallery
A retrospective of Frida Kahlo’s life and work is currently on display with over 30 paintings on loan from the Museo Dolores Olmedo in Mexico City and from private Mexican collectors.
Byung-So Choi
Byung-So Choi
Through Sep 29, 2018
Human labor and time process, endlessly repeated by the creative praxis, will be accumulated in each artwork, while creating a new entity of the object as strange, enigmatic, unknown phenomenon.
Mel Bochner
A Measure of Humanity
Through Sep 16, 2018 / Columbus Museum of Art
To measure something is to account or quantify it by way of a standard unit. Borrowing the visual language of diagrams, maps, and models, the works offer us a range of views on the human condition.
Peter Blake
Peter Blake / Drawings & Watercolors
Through Sep 5, 2018 / Waddington Custot
This retrospective survey of Peter Blake is a joyful look at the career of one of Britain’s best loved artists through his own personal collection of works on paper, accumulated throughout his career.
Sol Lewitt / Wall Drawing #499
The Reconfigured Landscape
Through Jan 13, 2019 / Centro Botin
This generational mix is a dynamic of the collection and offers a perspective on today’s artistic practice, highlighting the freedom the creators have been consolidating over the past fifty years.
Saul Leiter
Interview with Saul Leiter
By David Gibson / iN-PUBLiC
“History of art is a history of great things neglected and ignored and mediocre things being admired. At different times things are different. The history of photography is a history of changes.” –SL
ARTPIL / Prescription .057
The Week in Review
Welcome to our weekly Prescription, a review of the week in the arts. From film festivals to art exhibitions, once again we bring you the highlights of what we covered this past week in the arts.
Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo / Masterpieces from Museo Dolores
Through Nov 4, 2018 / Hungarian National Gallery
A retrospective of Frida Kahlo’s life and work is currently on display with over 30 paintings on loan from the Museo Dolores Olmedo in Mexico City and from private Mexican collectors.
Byung-So Choi
Byung-So Choi
Through Sep 29, 2018
Human labor and time process, endlessly repeated by the creative praxis, will be accumulated in each artwork, while creating a new entity of the object as strange, enigmatic, unknown phenomenon.
Mel Bochner
A Measure of Humanity
Through Sep 16, 2018 / Columbus Museum of Art
To measure something is to account or quantify it by way of a standard unit. Borrowing the visual language of diagrams, maps, and models, the works offer us a range of views on the human condition.
Peter Blake
Peter Blake / Drawings & Watercolors
Through Sep 5, 2018 / Waddington Custot
This retrospective survey of Peter Blake is a joyful look at the career of one of Britain’s best loved artists through his own personal collection of works on paper, accumulated throughout his career.
Sol Lewitt / Wall Drawing #499
The Reconfigured Landscape
Through Jan 13, 2019 / Centro Botin
This generational mix is a dynamic of the collection and offers a perspective on today’s artistic practice, highlighting the freedom the creators have been consolidating over the past fifty years.
Saul Leiter
Interview with Saul Leiter
By David Gibson / iN-PUBLiC
“History of art is a history of great things neglected and ignored and mediocre things being admired. At different times things are different. The history of photography is a history of changes.” –SL
ARTPIL / Prescription .057
The Week in Review
Welcome to our weekly Prescription, a review of the week in the arts. From film festivals to art exhibitions, once again we bring you the highlights of what we covered this past week in the arts.