Tag: Space

L.A.’s David Kordansky Gallery Opens Its New York Space – ARTnews.com

Even though the city has long nurtured generations of pioneering artists, much has been written about how Los Angeles has finally arrived in recent months amid the arrival of major enterprises, including Lisson and David Zwirner. But the reverse has happened this week in New York when the L.A.-based David Kordansky Gallery opened a 5,000-square-foot branch in Chelsea. As part of New York Art ...

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Sam Spillman Reconstructs Memory while Renovating Ulterior’s New Space – ARTnews.com

The renovation underway at Ulterior’s new, roomier gallery—on Broadway, half a block north of Canal—is also an artwork. In the middle of the space, artist Sam Spillman has built additional walls to create a freestanding 7-by-12-by-7½-foot room whose two interior chambers are identically sized. In addition to fabricating this structure, Spillman has been refurbishing the surrounding gallery in three phases, transforming the former apartment ...

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Hoda Kashiha’s Paintings Evoke the Space of the Screen – ARTnews.com

Hoda Kashiha: Rabbiting in the Hunting Ground, 2019, acrylic, acrylic gel, and sand on canvas, 70 7/8 by 59 inches. Courtesy Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Brussels and Paris Tehran-based painter Hoda Kashiha’s Rabbiting in the Hunting Ground (2019) shows black silhouettes of an upside-down rabbit and a hunter pointing a gun, arranged like the motifs on a reversible playing card. The flat figures cast shadows ...

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Brazil’s Mendes Wood DM Gallery Opens a New Space in Tribeca – ARTnews.com

Mendes Wood DM will opening a 7,000-square-foot gallery in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood early next month. Its new Walker Street location includes three gallery spaces. Founded by Felipe Dmab, Matthew Wood, and Pedro Mendes in São Paulo in 2010, the gallery maintains a presence in São Paulo and Brussels, and previously operated on the Upper East Side in New York through early 2021. The ...

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Monika Grzymala’s Tape Drawings in Space – ARTnews.com

Monika Grzymala is an installation artist who uses adhesive tape to document her movements in a specific place while constructing new, ephemeral boundaries and spaces. This Polish artist, based in Berlin, applies kilometers of tape within a single room. Moving from the walls to the floor and back again, she draws out taut parallel and overlapping lines; twirls hanging, chandelier-like tangles; and weaves swirling ...

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Japan Is Trying to Lure a World-Class Art Fair to Tokyo With Tax Incentives and a Big Open Art Space. Will the Gamble Pay Off?

For at least a year, Japanese authorities have been vying for a bigger spot in the booming international art market. They have worked to make it easier for galleries to transact at art fairs and free port areas already by easing tax rules and importation duties. The country now seems to be making an even more concerted push, with Japan’s Agency for Cultural Affairs inviting international art fair ...

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Artist Clarissa Tossin Looks at the 21st-Century Space Race – ARTnews.com

Los Angeles–based artist Clarissa Tossin has created work in various modes from post-apocalyptic sculpture to installations comprising of woven textiles. For her current exhibition at the Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University in Houston, she presents The 8th Continent (2021), situated in Brochstein Pavilion on Rice’s campus as part of the Moody Center’s “Off the Wall” series. The work is a wide-spanning ...

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