Not nothing as in nothing substantial, or as is nothingness/nirvana, or the great void–but in the space occupied by nothing.
Courses set, readjusted and re-set again. As Gallery 31’s Pilot finished installing, we spoke with Eliot Hicks and Ashley Van Gemeren on the impetuses that got their works to where they are.
An art-fair cannot escape the opulence of itself. At it’s best moments, you can see through the haze of comma-filled price sheets and crudités to see some great work.
By: Joe Orzal, AV Manager “It is not our role to speak to the people about our own view of the world, nor to attempt to impose that view on them, but rather to dialogue with the people about their view and ours. We must realize that their view of the world, manifested variously in […]
NOW Mia Feuer: An Unkindness Installation from Corcoran Gallery of Art on Vimeo. We took time to speak to someone with very little of it to spare: Brian Sentman, Chief Preparator at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Along with Mia Feuer–the artist behind An Unkindness–and a team of curators, the registrar, and contractors, Brian […]
Yes, it rains every year. Yes, it’s in a hotel that once held court to prostitutes and talent from the (defunct) nearby night-club Buzz. And yes, a third of the performances take place on the pool deck or, even, in the pool. But (e)merge has come a long way for an art fair that’s 3-years […]