Mara Hoberman

Philippe Parreno

Philippe Parreno discusses his installation at the Park Avenue Armory

June 2015

Paris-based artist Philippe Parreno’s installation H{N)YPN(Y}OSIS, 2015, is a fluid and infinitely variable composition of audio and visual elements that the artist can individually manipulate using an iPad. Parreno will be on site for the… READ ON


Hervé Télémaque

June 2015

With more than seventy works borrowed primarily from French public collections, Hervé Télémaque’s recent retrospective reaffirmed the significant institutional support the Haitian-born artist has received in his adoptive country. Tél… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2015 [TOC]

Gyan Panchal

May 2015

Broken beehive boxes, a discarded hunting tent, a three-foot-tall wedge of eroded polyurethane: These are among the raw materials of Gyan Panchal’s latest works. Starting with man-made items scavenged from the French countryside near his … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2015 [TOC]

Dora Budor

April 2015

Creepy as a scene from a sci-fi blockbuster, Dora Budor’s exhibition “The Architect’s Plan, His Contagion and Sensitive Corridors” invaded the gallery with swaths of synthetic skin, severed cyborg prostheses, and images of smoldering,… READ ON

IN PRINT April 2015 [TOC]

David Malek

March 2015

Masquerading as pure abstractions, David Malek’s latest ensemble of bright and glossy acrylic paintings feature either single large shapes or allover geometric patterns. Painted in electric shades of pink, blue, green, and yellow, along … READ ON

IN PRINT March 2015 [TOC]

Emmanuel Van der Meulen

Galerie Allen

February 2015

Created in situ at Villa de Medici in Rome, Emmanuel Van der Meulen’s nearly twelve-foot-long, unstretched canvases hang from a gallery wall like mysterious scrolls. Removed from their original context, the three earth-toned geometric … READ ON


Jacin Giordano

Galerie Sultana

February 2015

Testing the limits of conventional painting—both as a medium and a process—Jacin Giordano’s latest works are born of a cyclical, waste-not studio practice. The bulk of the works presented (all 2014) were made with the byproducts of an… READ ON


Daiga Grantina

February 2015

“Legal Beast Language,” the title of Daiga Grantina’s first Paris solo show, is a phrase borrowed from The Age of Wire and String, American author Ben Marcus’s 1995 field guide for an alternative universe. This cryptic glossary term… READ ON

IN PRINT February 2015 [TOC]

Seth Price

January 2015

Seth Price’s latest works explore the conceptual and visual construction of the standard business envelope, a motif the artist has examined across various media in recent years. The two new groups of work, part of an ongoing project called… READ ON

IN PRINT January 2015 [TOC]

Julie Beaufils

Balice Hertling | Paris

December 2014

Paris-born, LA-based artist Julie Beaufils’s solo debut fills this gallery with seven large paintings characterized by light brushstrokes and a muted palette. Using swaths of ochre, rose, and slate, Beaufils depicts male and female figures… READ ON