Archive for the “Reviews” category
by Travis Jeppesen on July 28, 2009
My review of Pencréac’h’s current Berlin exhibition is now online at Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
by Travis Jeppesen on July 16, 2009
My review of E.M.C. Collard’s current exhibition at STYX Project Space is now online at Artforum.
by Travis Jeppesen on July 10, 2009
Alexandra Ranner is showing a series of photos of lonely, desolate rooms. Rooms that almost appear as though they were never intended for human inhabitance. Or, that they have been abandoned and sealed away, their forsaken state having yet to (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on July 5, 2009
My review of Gilbert & George’s current Berlin exhibition is now online.
by Travis Jeppesen on July 3, 2009
On a recent trip to Paris, I was lucky enough to catch an exhibition of Duane Hanson, whose work I’ve long admired in reproduction but seldom seen in actuality. The sculptures most people and I know best stem from the (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on June 6, 2009
Armando Lulaj, Time Out of Joint Szczecin is among the most depressing cities I’ve visited in Poland. I won’t say it’s my least favorite – that distinction would have to go to Zakopane, that overcrowded resort haven in the Tatra (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on June 3, 2009
Those of us who have watched Terence Koh’s meteoric rise with grotesque fascination have always wondered how the inevitable obverse process would measure up to the hype spectacle. His current exhibition indicates that the fall will be swift and dismal. (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on May 30, 2009
The border, as both physical reality and philosophical entity, forms the backdrop of the paintings Ernesto Ortiz is working on for his first solo exhibition, opening on May 23rd at Golden Parachutes in Berlin. Indeed, it could be said that (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on May 26, 2009
The story of Jack Goldstein is one of the saddest in recent art history. Throughout much of his career, Goldstein struggled with fame – both his own and that of the artists who rose to prominence alongside him in the (…)
by Travis Jeppesen on May 25, 2009
In her first solo exhibition, Jacqueline Brown uses drawings, photography, sound, and video to compose a sort of exercise in landscape autobiography. Mining the flora and fauna of the English countryside around Devon, where the young artist spent her childhood, (…)