Monthly Archives: October 2013

Chris Burden: Extreme Measures at the New Museum

The New Museum is showing LA artist Chris Burden‘s first extensive New York survey and his first major exhibition in the United States in over twenty-five years. Occupying all five floors of the Museum, “Extreme Measures” is not quite a … Continue reading

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Paris Galleries: Rentrée, 2013, Part III

This is my final post about the galleries in Paris, which focuses on abstract paintings and installations, which stood out for diverse and interesting use of materials (particularly Eduardo Terraza’ show at Almine Rech Gallery, Photos 7-8). I am always … Continue reading

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Paris Galleries: Rentrée, 2013, Part II

This is Part II of my Paris gallery report with the focus of installation art. Aside from Lee Bul‘s show at Galerie Thaddeus Ropac and a fun group show of functional art at Galerie Hussenot, most of the installation shows … Continue reading

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Paris Galleries: Rentrée, 2013, Part I

During my stay in Paris in late September, I spent a couple of days walking around the old Jewish neighborhood known as Marais, now home to many pricey boutiques and most of blue chip and emerging contemporary galleries in Paris. … Continue reading

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Masculin / Masculin: The Nude Man in Art from 1800 to the Present Day at Musée D’Orsay, Paris

I went to Paris in late September and had a marvelous time seeing many interesting shows in galleries and museums as well as hanging out with friends and enjoying wonderful food. This is the first of some blog posts dedicated … Continue reading

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