Mara Hoberman

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


Jules de Balincourt

December 2014

Jules de Balincourt’s exhibition of twenty new paintings reprised his signature naive-style landscapes and portraits in oil on wood. But new to the French-born, US-raised and -based artist’s characteristically dystopian and politically … READ ON

IN PRINT December 2014 [TOC]

Jean-Michel Othoniel

Jean-Michel Othoniel on being Versailles’s first artist-in-residence in over 300 years

October 2014

Installed over the summer of 2014 as part of a major renovation of one of Versailles’s gardens, the three sculptures in Jean-Michel Othoniel’s Les Belles Danses (The Beautiful Dances), 2014, evoke King Louis XIV dancing on water. To … READ ON


Louidgi Beltrame

Jousse Entreprise

October 2014

Seven colorful American Apparel sweatshirts, arms splayed on bamboo sticks like hipster scarecrows, greet visitors to Louidgi Beltrame’s latest exhibition. Reminiscent of Hélio Oiticica’s “Penetrável” series, this circular cluster,… READ ON


Analia Saban

September 2014

Analia Saban’s two recent suites of work, both from 2014, blend techniques and materials traditionally considered exclusive to either painting or sculpture. Belonging to neither practice entirely, they comment on both.Big Bang Series (in … READ ON

IN PRINT September 2014 [TOC]

“Formes Simples”

Centre Pompidou-Metz

August 2014

Dividing its broad conceit across seventeen thematic subsections, “Formes Simples” (Simple Shapes) juxtaposes artworks and artifacts whose provenances span approximately five thousand years and thirty countries based on their formal … READ ON


Izumi Kato

Galerie Perrotin | Saint Claude

July 2014

Having exhibited widely in his native Japan since the early 2000s, Izumi Kato makes his Paris debut with a large selection of recent paintings, drawings, and sculptures that describe a parallel universe populated by humanoid figures with … READ ON


Nathan Hylden

Galerie Art: Concept

July 2014

Nathan Hylden’s latest suite of large-scale painted and silk-screened (though not always in that order) aluminum panels pays homage to the artist’s own Los Angeles workspace. Joining a long line of artists who have treated their studios… READ ON


François Morellet

June 2014

Spread across Kamel Mennour’s two Left Bank galleries, “François Morellet, c’est n’importe quoi?” (François Morellet, Does It Make Any Sense?) showcased a variety of emblematic works—including three-dimensional assemblages of … READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2014 [TOC]