Sherman Sam

Nick Mauss

March 2015

Nick Mauss’s work embodies drawing—which may come as a surprise, considering that, at first glance, his latest exhibition consisted of six cut powdered-coated-steel sculptures, four plaster wall pieces, and one work in aluminum leaf. That… READ ON

IN PRINT March 2015 [TOC]

Shinro Ohtake

February 2015

Visitors to the 2013 Venice Biennale will remember Shinro Ohtake’s numerous scrapbooks in the lower level of the Central Pavilion. Displayed in glass cases, these open tomes radiate charm through their density of accumulated colorful papers.… READ ON

IN PRINT February 2015 [TOC]

Daniel Guzmán

Drawing Room

January 2015

Daniel Guzmán has described himself as a “rock ’n’ roll artist at heart.” His Mexican heritage is his other great fount of inspiration. Known for his draftsmanship, the earlier, complex black-and-white drawings bring Raymond Pettibon… READ ON


Jack Bilbo

January 2015

Hugo Baruch was born in 1907 in Berlin, where he died sixty years later; in 1922, he became “Jack Bilbo,” and it was time spent in England from 1933 to 1948 that saw the genesis of his creative life. Entirely self-educated as an artist,… READ ON

IN PRINT January 2015 [TOC]

Phyllida Barlow

December 2014

Over the past decade, Phyllida Barlow has deservedly moved from being a cult artist to exhibiting on the international circuit. This year saw a triple bill from the septuagenarian, including a retrospective of drawings at Hauser & Wirth in … READ ON

IN PRINT December 2014 [TOC]


Henry Moore Institute

October 2014

Before immigrating to Venezuela in 1939 and turning to sculpture, Gego—who was born Gertrude Goldschmidt in 1912 and passed in 1994—was trained as an architect in Hamburg. However, sculpture may not be the best term to describe her work… READ ON


“On the Devolution of Culture”

Rob Tufnell

October 2014

With a wink to both Man Ray’s La Fortune, 1938, and Sherrie Levine’s subsequent ’90s homage, the seventy-six ordinary-looking objects arranged neatly on a snooker table in this exhibition resemble a very odd junk sale. However, “On … READ ON


Simon Carroll

October 2014

Establishing a studio in a Nissen hut in Cornwall, UK, allowed Simon Carroll (1964–2009) the opportunity to begin making drawings the size of a soccer field with specially adapted rakes on the nearby beaches. These gigantic drawings, … READ ON

IN PRINT October 2014 [TOC]

Franz West

The Hepworth Wakefield

September 2014

After his passing in 2012, this first major UK retrospective of Franz West’s more interactive works has added poignancy, given that it was originally intended to be a collaboration with the artist. The exhibition focuses on his combination… READ ON


Mario Schifano

Luxembourg & Dayan | London

August 2014

Twelve works by the late Mario Schifano are on view in this tight survey produced between 1960 and 1967—a key period in which his practice matured. The exhibition has been divided into two groups and the earliest pieces depict rectilinear… READ ON