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Considering the Considered, Carrie Mae Weems at SCAD

Considering the Considered, Carrie Mae Weems at SCAD
Carrie Mae Weems was recently celebrated at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)... Read More

Danse Macabre at Louis B. James, NY

Danse Macabre at Louis B. James, NY
An exhibition that was on view in the lower level of Louis B. James gallery until March 20th... Read More

Daniel Arsham, In Conversation, deFINE ART, 2016

Daniel Arsham, In Conversation, deFINE ART, 2016
This is the first part of a two-part series that I have written on deFINE... Read More

Jongho Lee on Otto Piene, Sperone Westwater

Jongho Lee on Otto Piene, Sperone Westwater
It is a seldom that an audience should walk out of a gallery with a... Read More

Berlinde De Bruyckere, No Life Lost

Berlinde De Bruyckere, No Life Lost
No Life Lost, a solo exhibition by artist Berlinde De Bruyckere at Hauser and Wirth,... Read More

An Eccentric in The Eccentrics: Tori Wrånes

An Eccentric in The Eccentrics: Tori Wrånes
Sculpture can be whatever you want it to be. Curated by Ruba Katrib at the... Read More

Andrew Sendor at The BROAD Museum, MSU

Andrew Sendor at The BROAD Museum, MSU
Two years prior to launching their contemporary art museum and foundation headquarters in Los Angeles,... Read More

2015 Was Golden: Top Picks on ETTD

2015 Was Golden: Top Picks on ETTD
In several abandoned buildings in the heart of Naples, artist Gian Maria Tosatti has been... Read More

Kelly Akashi at Tomorrow Gallery, New York

Kelly Akashi at Tomorrow Gallery, New York
At first glance, Kelly Akashi’s exhibit “&” is deceptively uninteresting. From the entrance of the... Read More

Studio Visit with Erika Ranee

Studio Visit with Erika Ranee
“I still say I’m new to abstract painting, and I’ve been doing it for years... Read More

Agathe Snow at the Journal Gallery

Agathe Snow at the Journal Gallery
Agathe Snow, “Continuum” at The Journal Gallery in Williamsburg is a visual feast of totems... Read More

Lina Selander at VOX, Montreal by Jongho Lee

Lina Selander at VOX, Montreal by Jongho Lee
In his first article for Eyes Towards the Dove, Jongho Lee, currently a student at... Read More

Hermann Nitsch: Painter of Life, Napoli & NY

Hermann Nitsch: Painter of Life, Napoli & NY
Is it possible to think of bodily fluids as something less than repulsive? If the... Read More

Rob Pruitt at Brant Foundation

Rob Pruitt at Brant Foundation
  An exhibition that opened in May 2015 and closed the way it commenced, with... Read More

Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation

Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation
On view at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, the museum has collaborated with a living... Read More

James Welling, Brandywine River Museum of Art

James Welling, Brandywine River Museum of Art
James Welling Projects, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Deep in the heart of Pennsylvania,... Read More

Shelton Lindsay on BUOY R+R

Shelton Lindsay on BUOY R+R
On Saturday, July 11th an inaugural performance by BUOY R+R took place in Deep River... Read More

Bedroom Show: Brooklyn

Bedroom Show: Brooklyn
This past spring Shelton Lindsay attended ‘Bedroom Show,’ a work comprised, produced and exhibited inside... Read More

All The World’s Futures: 56th Biennale di Venezia

All The World's Futures: 56th Biennale di Venezia
“It’s not about looking for inspiration, it’s not [meant] to be understood. If you try... Read More

Spiderwebs in Chelsea, Tomás Saraceno

Spiderwebs in Chelsea, Tomás Saraceno
Since Minimalism, the cube has been a prominent form in art. Artists such as Donald... Read More

Chris Duncan at the Elaine De Kooning House

Chris Duncan at the Elaine De Kooning House
Elaine De Kooning (1918-1989) purchased a home in East Hampton after reconciling with husband Willem... Read More

Global Committee Launch at Garis & Hahn, NY

Global Committee Launch at Garis & Hahn, NY
The crowded interior descended into darkness and as if from some far off ether, a... Read More

Where did you go for SPRING/BREAK, 2015?

Where did you go for SPRING/BREAK, 2015?
It may be back to school, but the question is: Where did you go for... Read More

All Is Full of Love: Bjork at MoMA, NY

All Is Full of Love: Bjork at MoMA, NY
All is Full of Love, or only to some as it may seem. Opening March... Read More

Surround Audience: 2015 Triennial, New Museum, NY

Surround Audience: 2015 Triennial, New Museum, NY
What are new visual metaphors for the self and subject-hood when our ability to see... Read More

Art Basel Miami Beach, 2014

Art Basel Miami Beach, 2014
Basil |ˈbāzəl, ˈbazəl| an aromatic annual herb of the mint family, native to tropical Asia. A... Read More

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