Art News & Gossip

Posts Tagged: Scott Indrisek

Anxious About Trump? Head To CANADA

Posted

“Sorry, no Trump here, just another run-of-the-mill summer group show,” wrote CANADA’s Phil Grauer when I inquired for more information on their upcoming exhibition, “Make… More ›

Old Mattresses Become Pizza, Sushi, And More

Posted

As something of an amateur mattress-spotter myself, I was thrilled to read about street artist lor-K‘s innovative sculptural project in Paris. As Designboom reports, she deconstructs and… More ›

Jordan Wolfson’s Hypnotic Abuse At Zwirner

Posted

I have a feeling Luc Tuymans must be pissed. Or maybe the Belgian painter — whose characteristically bleached-out, glowing canvases currently fill one half of David Zwirner’s West 19th Street… More ›

At NADA, Joel Mesler Dissolves Boundaries

Posted

Visitors to this year’s NADA fair in New York, opening tomorrow, might be surprised to discover a publicist selling work by a downtown gallerist, much of it with a wildly modest price tag.

Independent Makes Its Brussels Debut

Posted

The Independent fair, a mainstay of the New York art calendar since 2010, launched this year for the first time in Brussels; it’s up through Saturday, April 23.

DIS Is Feeling the Bern

Posted

We know what you’re thinking: first David Lynch, now DIS? But while the shock-haired auteur’s endorsement of Bernie Sanders was little more than a giddy tweet, the seemingly… More ›

Hauser & Wirth Now Representing Jack Whitten

Posted

The extremely excellent Jack Whitten is now represented internationally by powerhouse Hauser & Wirth (from 2007 to 2015 he worked with Alexander Gray in New York).

This Show Will Make You Quit Instagram

Posted

You think you’re so smart, walking around town taking inventive pictures of artful garbage, faded posters, and the surreal, fleeting moments that this world inevitably coughs up, if… More ›

Blouin Modern Painters Unveils Editorial Changes

Posted

Blouin Modern Painters magazine has recently announced a series of editorial changes and additions in anticipation of a substantial revitalization and reconsideration of its scope and focus.

Broken Social Scene: Dave Hickey On Diversity

Posted

For Broken Social Scene, a new, semi-regular feature, we comb social media for the most perplexing arguments and nonsensical dust-ups that the online art world has to offer. Thankfully, the Internet… More ›

Marilyn Minter Stands Up For Planned Parenthood

Posted

Marilyn Minter has designed the fashion accessory to wear to your next Donald Trump rally-disruption: A series of buttons, pictured above, voicing explicit support for Planned Parenthood.

Confident Cats Continue Art World Takeover

Posted

“How often does a project involving cats and art museums cross your desk?” went the publicist’s query, and I had to think to myself: Way more than I ever thought possible, back in… More ›

Charline von Heyl’s 100 Favorite Paintings

Posted

German painter Charline von Heyl kicked off the Bruce High Quality Foundation University’s “1000 Paintings” class on Sunday in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The free, once-a-week lecture… More ›