Andrea Gyorody

“Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.”

Cherry and Martin

September 2015

The current show at Cherry and Martin’s auxiliary space presents a tightly knit arrangement of clay-based works by four artists who share an interest, as the title suggests, in pushing clay to its limits, rejecting the pristine, sleek … READ ON


Jim Lambie

The Fruitmarket Gallery

September 2014

Jim Lambie’s current retrospective opens with a deceptively simple installation. Shaved Ice, 2012–14, is a crop of brightly painted ladders, all extending from floor to ceiling; a mirrored panel fills each space between the rungs, distorting… READ ON


Reinhard Mucha

Sprüth Magers | Berlin

July 2014

The centerpiece of Reinhard Mucha’s solo show at Sprüth Magers is the installation Frankfurter Block [2014], 2012, so named because it first appeared at Frankfurt’s Galerie Grässlin, where it occupied a space that has been loosely … READ ON


Kay Walkowiak


May 2014

The lone work in Kay Walkowiak's latest exhibition at Feldbuschwiesner, a video cheekily titled Minimal Vandalism, 2013, opens with a shot of freestyle skater Kilian Martin balanced precariously in a handstand atop three stacked skateboards.… READ ON


Tatiana Trouvé

Kunstmuseum Bonn

March 2014

For her first solo exhibition in Germany (co-organized with the Kunsthalle Nürnberg and the Museion in Bolzano, Italy), Tatiana Trouvé has transformed eight galleries of the Kunstmuseum Bonn into a series of separate but interconnected … READ ON


Christoph Schlingensief

March 2014

The phrase “Spiel ohne Grenzen” (Game Without Borders), the subtitle of one of Christoph Schlingensief’s many outrageous theatrical productions, succinctly characterizes what held the vast range of work together in this posthumous … READ ON

IN PRINT March 2014 [TOC]

Karl Otto Götz

Neue Nationalgalerie

February 2014

Most people today probably associate the squeegee as a painting tool with the German powerhouse Gerhard Richter, and not with his (and Sigmar Polke’s) influential but less well-known professor at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Karl Otto … READ ON


Ilse D’Hollander

February 2014

The Belgian painter Ilse D’Hollander died in 1997 at the age of twenty-nine, and her work has seldom been exhibited since. She began painting in Ghent, where her earliest works were still lifes and portraits inspired by Cézanne and Nicolas… READ ON

IN PRINT February 2014 [TOC]

“Brasiliana: Installations from 1960 to the Present”

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

December 2013

This multisensorial exhibition opens with a reconstruction of Lygia Clark’s A casa é o corpo (The House is the Body), 2013, a Freudian restaging of conception and birth that was first shown at the 1968 Venice Biennale. The outwardly austere… READ ON


Katie Holten

Van Horn

December 2013

At first glance, Katie Holten’s six large-scale drawings on canvas and four smaller drawings on paper aim to reassert the medium’s vital relationship to nature—a historical bond that has been largely subsumed over the past century and… READ ON