Jo-ey Tang

Pratchaya Phinthong

gb agency

June 2015

Rice, sun, parking spots, teeth, 7-Eleven—these are the elements that form the matrix of Pratchaya Phinthong’s current exhibition carved from the unstable contours of contemporary Thailand. For instance, Internal rhyme, 2015, is a set of… READ ON


“La référence d’objet n’est pas définie à une instance d’un objet”

Galerie Édouard-Manet | Ecole municipale des Beaux-arts

January 2015

An awkwardly translated error message from a programming language such as C++ or Java serves as the ontological thrust and title of this exhibition. “La référence d’objet n’est pas définie à une instance d’un objet” offers a … READ ON


Emmanuelle Lainé


December 2014

In her latest exhibition, “Don’t cheat me out of the fullness of my capacity!,” Emmanuelle Lainé pits the aggregation, accumulation, and accrual of making work against its subsequent distribution, dispersal, and distillation. Using … READ ON


Elaine Cameron-Weir

Galerie Rodolphe Janssen

October 2014

Previously exhibited in the lobby of the Medusa Cement Company’s former headquarters as part of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Bellwether project, this new installation of ten of Elaine Cameron-Weir’s sculptures emphasizes a formal and… READ ON


Hua Weihua and Yu Bogong

Action Space

June 2014

The duo solo exhibitions of Hua Weihua and Yu Bogong begin and end in staggered temporalities that befit the rapid development of Beijing, acting as an antidote to and a rift on overproduction. Using mostly found materials from Heiqiao Village,… READ ON


Valerie Snobeck

Galerie Catherine Bastide

December 2013

The life cycle of images—here, the enmeshment between their corrosion and the environment—and the sensuality of the archive are made explicit in Valerie Snobeck’s latest exhibition, “Use Period.” These images, which were culled from… READ ON


Robin Cameron

Lefebvre & Fils

December 2013

“Une Seconde Vie” (A Second Life), Robin Cameron’s debut European solo exhibition, is an irreverent romp in a ceramics-focused Parisian gallery founded in 1880. Nineteen sculptures have been made with discarded pottery that Cameron had… READ ON