Ian Bourland

Adam Golfer

Booklyn Art Gallery

July 2015

Adam Golfer spent much of the last decade working commercially, taking pictures for magazines and newspapers. His current exhibition centers around A House Without a Roof, 2011-, his new monograph and the half decade worth of research and … READ ON


Chris Ofili

New Museum

November 2014

Any account of Chris Ofili’s career will invoke the scandal around his rise to prominence in the 1990s, when he merged large-scale figuration with old-fashioned base materialism. His Holy Virgin Mary, 1997, was nearly banned when it debuted… READ ON


Nora Schultz

May 2014

Berlin-based artist Nora Schultz’s American solo debut, “parrottree—building for bigger than real,” featured a single installation of the same title, which referenced the monk parakeets that famously build elaborate roosts in the … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2014 [TOC]

Yto Barrada

March 2014

Over the past decade, the work of the French-born, Morocco-based artist Yto Barrada has gradually revealed itself as recursive, with new projects incorporating the documentary images of the Maghreb and the Mediterranean that brought the artist… READ ON

IN PRINT March 2014 [TOC]

Jennie C. Jones

October 2013

Jennie C. Jones makes abstract work using paint, sound, and audio equipment such as acoustic panels and bass traps. Her multimedia exhibition “Directions: Jennie C. Jones: Higher Resonance” joins thirteen new works with a looped composition… READ ON

IN PRINT October 2013 [TOC]

Carrie Schneider


April 2012

For her new collection of photographs, “Burning House,” 2010–11, Carrie Schneider returned twelve times to a small island in the center of a rural Wisconsin lake. On each visit, she hauled or canoed a small house with her, and then set… READ ON


Rénee Green

April 2011

For twenty years Rénee Green’s work has explored connections: between color and knowledge; among global networks (of people, ideas, materials); and between art and its audiences. In this sense, her latest exhibition feels like nothing new.… READ ON


John Knight

April 2011

Entering Greene Naftali’s cavernous Chelsea space for this exhibition feels, in a word, underwhelming. The viewer is greeted by a large corporate font declaring AUTOTYPES—the first word of the show’s title—and a vitrined stack of … READ ON


“Found in Translation”

April 2011

One could be forgiven for coming to understand this wave of globalization over the past twenty years as a clash of civilizations doomed by religious and linguistic separation. The Tower of Babel scenario is a letimotif highlighted by everything… READ ON


“Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible”

March 2011

This group exhibition, organized in conjunction with the University of Florida’s Harn Museum of Art, takes up the democratic idealism and lived contradiction of the European Union some twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. That … READ ON