Michael Wilson

Jayson Musson

September 2014

If the title of Jayson Musson’s second solo exhibition at this gallery, “Exhibit of Abstract Art,” seems oddly generic, it’s not through any lack of sophistication on the part of its maker; the consciously bland moniker refers to the… READ ON

IN PRINT September 2014 [TOC]

Sylvan Lionni

June 2014

“I get such pleasure just saying what the subject matters of some of the works are: pieces of paper, rulers, and dust.” So writes B. Wurtz on the art of Sylvan Lionni, whose second solo exhibition at this gallery, “Half Life,” focused… READ ON

IN PRINT Summer 2014 [TOC]

Julia Rommel

May 2014

The seven new paintings in Julia Rommel’s “The Little Match Stick,” her second solo exhibition at this gallery, presented the viewer with a series of false endings—or, rather, false edges, as the physical boundaries of her subtly … READ ON

IN PRINT May 2014 [TOC]

Colby Bird

March 2014

“Rules: consistent dimensions, accurate Kodak Color Control Patch colorways, precise professional framing, careful art handling, correct installation, proper contextualization, sale of work.” Whether the last of these items—listed, along… READ ON

IN PRINT March 2014 [TOC]

Ryan McLaughlin

February 2014

“Raisins,” the title of young Berlin-based American painter Ryan McLaughlin’s first US solo exhibition, hints at something dense, dark, and sugary. Yet the show’s eight works are much lighter and looser than the moniker suggests. … READ ON

IN PRINT February 2014 [TOC]

Massimo Grimaldi

January 2014

“Okay, now, to the music this time—both groups do your dinosaur heads.” As part of “Chorus Lines,” his second solo appearance at Team, Italian artist Massimo Grimaldi transformed the room into a functional dance studio, partly cladding… READ ON

IN PRINT January 2014 [TOC]

Hep Hep Hooray

Semina at Boo-Hooray Gallery

December 2013 NEW YORK

“THERE MIGHT BE no hepper hepcat in the history of post-war hep than Wallace Berman,” writes counterculture archivist Johan Kugelberg. “He’s like a Neal Cassady who actually did stuff.” Born on Staten Island, Berman moved west with… READ ON

DIARY

David Adamo

December 2013

Picking one’s way through Berlin-based sculptor David Adamo’s second solo exhibition at this gallery made one feel oddly like a goldfish in a domestic aquarium. Scattered across the floor—and oriented according to the directions they … READ ON

IN PRINT December 2013 [TOC]

Daniel Subkoff

November 2013

What unifies the work in Daniel Subkoff’s solo debut is an interest in physical deconstruction, in stripping the familiar painterly format back to its bare bones and observing what has been laid bare. This is hardly an original focus—the… READ ON

IN PRINT November 2013 [TOC]

Corey McCorkle

October 2013

“There’s a video of a blind horse named Zachary; it goes with the crevice piece.” Such was the entirety of the information provided by the attendant on my visit to Corey McCorkle’s recent exhibition at Maccarone; there was nothing in… READ ON

IN PRINT October 2013 [TOC]