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Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest
Ginny Casey September 23, 2022
Vanity Affair | At Home With LeBron James and His Family
Vanity Affair | At Home With LeBron James and His Family
Kareem-Anthony Ferreira September 13, 2022

LeBron James and Savannah Brinson met in 2002, when they were students at nearby high schools in Ohio and just as LeBron became a national phenomenon. The promise of his early expectations was staggering, but he went on to outstrip it. At 37, he’s not so much an elder statesman of the NBA as he is the engine of its contemporary business, politics, and presentation. He’s also vocal about being a family man. He and Savannah married in 2013, and they have three children, Bronny, Bryce, and Zhuri.

The New York Times
The New York Times
Two Critics, 13 Favorite Booths at The Armory Show September 8, 2022

Titled “Los Angeles Pines,” this group of screen prints, oil paintings and oils on paper by the Angeleno artist Jake Longstreth at this West Hollywood gallery brings a welcome sense of sunlight and air. Each work features a tree trunk, not necessarily pine, in front of a tennis court, parking lot or scrubby vista of low hills. Because foreground and background are rendered with the same mute colors in the same flat style — think of the comic artist Chris Ware— what could be mundane nature scenes become windows into the timeless uncanny. 

 

“I’ve been extremely impressed by the energy of the Brussels art scene, ever since I participated in Art Brussels in 2016,” Nino Mier shared with Galerie. “When I was thinking about expanding into Europe, Brussels was really the first city I considered, because I remembered the great interest of the collectors and the seriousness of that interest. An artist recently told me that the conversations he had during the gallery dinner for his show were the most challenging, both intellectually and art historically, he has ever had. It rings to the core of the community—they care and they want to understand the work, deeply—which is less and less the case in today’s art world.”

 

The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
A complex and colourful last hurrah for the Rennie Museum at Wing Sang August 5, 2022

Four works feature young Black swimmers, referencing a lack of access for Black people to beaches and pools. In Derek Fordjour’s magnificent Pool Boys (2019), the central figure, diving into the water, is collaged from material that includes newspaper stock market listings. It stands next to Lilo (2018) by Jonathan Wateridge, a white artist who is from Zambia.

The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Iiu Susiraja’s Self-Portraits Are More Than a Dare May 22, 2022

The Finnish artist Iiu Susiraja makes photographs using herself as a model, but her images are less self-portraits than still-lifes. A deadpan protagonist—or a jarring centerpiece—she appears amid carefully staged arrangements of household objects, gazing into the camera with rich dispassion.

Take the image “Fountain,” from 2021. The shot’s vantage foreshortens Susiraja’s reclining figure, exaggerating its proportions, rendering her bare legs and midsection mountainous while shrinking her head, which almost aligns with the composition’s vanishing point. The look on Susiraja’s face—a vacant regard—is, strangely, more forceful for its shadowed, distant presence at the far corner of a bed. The viewer’s eye dwells there rather than on the surrealist hullabaloo in the picture’s foreground, where a transparent plastic umbrella, upside down and full of rubber duckies, covers Susiraja’s crotch. In “Blue Lagoon,” also from 2021, she sits up in the same twin bed, nude but for three strategically placed Santa masks. A slack, hollow-eyed disguise covers each breast, like the triangles of a bikini top; another flaccid Father Christmas is particularly perverse, his white beard acting as Susiraja’s proverbial fig leaf. He appears downcast between her spread legs; she remains expressionless.

Hype Art
Hype Art
Stefan Rinck Presents 'Semigods of the Jockey Club' August 3, 2022

Imagine if characters seen across modern sports and gambling arenas morphed into Pre-Colombian artifacts. That’s essentially a good starting point to describe Stefan Rinck’s new solo exhibition at Skarstedt. 

Housed at the gallery’s East Hampton location in New York, Semigods of the Jockey Club presents a series of totemic sculptures made of various materials, such as diabase, sandstone and cairo grey marble. Weathered like an artifact you’d find in a museum, yet polished with contemporary techniques, Rinck reintroduces modern lexicon through an almost ancient lens that draws from French Romanesque, Pre-Columbian, and African history.

Art Basel
Art Basel
Galleries are ‘bringing out the quality’ in the Hamptons this summer August 3, 2022

With two years on Newtown Lane under its belt, Skarstedt continues to mount museum-level shows that would be just as at home in its Upper East Side location. The most recently opened exhibition, ‘Semigods of the Jockey Club’, is from Stefan Rinck, whose satirical surrealist-leaning sculptures of stone festoon symbols from sports, gambling, and popular culture into a cast of motley characters. Cousin Itt, Darth Vader, and Pokémon creatures all find their way into Rinck’s polished marble, quartzite, and sandstone, but they’re fashioned to evoke fine carvings from French Romanesque, Pre-Columbian, and African artistic traditions – an atavistic gesture to enervate older aesthetic conventions into contemporary iconography.

Air Mail
Air Mail
Lola Montes: Faccia d’Angelo, Every Angel Has Another Face August 3, 2022

The New York-born artist Lola Montes moved to Sicily three years ago and soon realized there was something missing in her paintings on canvas. Perhaps they weren’t Sicilian enough, or just didn’t reflect her new environment. So she set up a kiln and a laboratory in her home, and began to make ceramics. Collaborating with local artisans, studying ancient techniques, Montes combined clay and volcanic ash from Mount Etna to create exquisite hand-painted tiles, reliefs, sculptural vessels, and candelabra. The results are ethereal. Her myth-inspired figures hover peacefully in the delicate material, as if the colors themselves were born in the kiln. From her foundry in the Mediterranean’s largest island, Montes’s work travels to Los Angeles. 

Cultured Mag
Cultured Mag
Skip the Beach for These Hamptons Summer Art Shows June 13, 2022

Opening in August and remaining up through the close of summer 2022, Skarstedt’s East Hampton gallery will host a solo exhibition of work by German sculptor Stefan Rinck. This will be the first New York solo show for Rinck, who works primarily in stone and whose zoomorphic sculptures feel both humorous and archaeological, as if worthy of altar-like worship at times and
a good laugh at others.

Art news
Art news
L.A.’s Nino Mier Gallery Will Open Up New York Outpost June 8, 2022

Nino Mier Gallery, which was founded in Los Angeles in 2015 and has quickly been growing over the past seven years, will soon add a location in New York.

Opening next January, the space will be inaugurated with a solo show of German artist Jana Schröder, who has been with the gallery since its earliest days. The New York location, located in SoHo, on Crosby Street between Spring and Broome streets, will be designed by Markus Dochantschi of StudioMDA and led by Margaret Zuckerman, who has been a director at the gallery since 2018.

In less than a decade, dealer Nino Mier has expanded at a fast clip. He currently operates five locations in L.A., comprised of a campus of four buildings in West Hollywood and a separate location in Glassell Park, as well as a six-story townhouse and annex in Brussels and a project space in Marfa, Texas.

Design Milk
Design Milk
Ethan Cook May 24, 2022

Ethan Cook is a Texas-born, New York-based artist known for his minimalist works and woven art. The abstract woven pieces feature color block compositions in bold colorways on self-made canvases. The geometric “paintings” are made from sewn pieces of canvas that Cook has woven on a four-harness floor loom. Once the various pieces are sewn together, they make up the canvas that’s then stretched on bars for hanging. Shaking things up, Cook has recently translated his signature aesthetic to woven Flat Works rugs designed for HAY. Made of New Zealand wood and organic cotton, the throw rugs bring art directly to the floor in a more attainable way. In this Deconstruction, we head to Cook’s studio to get a better idea as to how and where he works, making these new rug designs and his regular work.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Women Painting Women - curated by Andrea Karnes, chief curator. May 14, 2022

Women Painting Women is a thematic exhibition featuring 46 female artists who choose women as subject matter in their works. This presentation includes approximately 50 evocative portraits that span the late 1960s to the present.

Cindy Phenix
Cindy Phenix
Cindy Phenix imagines new collectivities through collage. May 13, 2022

Art21: Your paintings often start with a digital collage, what’s the process behind one of these paintings?

Cindy Phenix: I start by doing research and thinking about the general concept that I want to talk about in the painting, something happening in society. Then I have different scenes that I want to depict based on that idea. Once I’ve figured out the different scenes that I want to depict in a painting, I find pictures and images that fit these narratives. The majority of images I search for online, I also use images from reference books, and I walk around outside with my phone and take pictures. Then I make a collage in Photoshop and I project the collage on the canvas to make all the outlines. There could be 50 pictures in one collage. I’m taking different elements I like and finding a way that everything makes sense, or the perspectives connect. It’s really loose because I don’t have a specific line that I’m drawing, I’m following the shadow and the light from the collage. It’s very strange, but different shapes and lines just come together, to define and build something else.

Purple
Purple
MARFA INVITATIONAL 2022 HIGHLIGHTS May 9, 2022

Now in its third edition, the Marfa Invitational art fair brings together galleries, artists, and collectors to the remote desert town of Marfa, Texas. Part of the Big Bend, Marfa was established in 1880 as a water railway stop, then as a border trading outpost, and eventually becoming a military base. In 1971, Donald Judd relocated his artistic practice from New York to Marfa, setting up his home and studio in the former military base. Subsequently, Marfa became a hub for minimalist art. Marfa Invitational presents a wide range of art from outsider and folk art to sculpture, public installations, performances and contemporary art.

Artnet News
Artnet News
'We've Seen a Huge Convergence'/ NADA New York Dealers Are Catering to Collectors Who Want Both NFTs May 6, 2022

It’s hard to believe, but it’s only been just over a year since Beeple’s explosive sale at Sotheby’s changed the genetic makeup of the art market as knew it. 

Over the course of that year, a split has emerged between those in the art world that embrace web3 with aplomb, and those that have been forced to make peace with its presence. 

That tension was on full display at this year’s New Art Dealers Alliance fair in New York, its first in the city since 2018. Inside, digital art blended seamlessly with traditional art—which is quite a feat.

Flaunt Magazine
Flaunt Magazine
Andrea Joyce Heimer 03/25/2022

Andrea Joyce Heimer presents 24 paintings representing each hour of the day she lost her virginity in new show 24 Hours in Great Falls, Montana at Nino Mier Gallery. Opening March 26th, the show follows that day in Heimer’s life through the lead up, through noon when the fateful event occurred, and finishing out the remainder of the disappointed hours. “I look back at that day and think that’s where the trouble began. Of course it’s not that simple, but those twenty-four hours were formative,” writes Heimer in her statement. “I still find myself downstairs when I should be up.”

24 Hours in Great Falls, Montana is open through April 9, 2022 at Nino Mier Gallery in Glassell Park.

Alessandro Pessoli
Alessandro Pessoli
Zero ..., Milan, Italy September 25 2015
Alessandro Pessoli
Alessandro Pessoli
Studio Guenzani, Milan, Italy November 12 2000
OPENINGS: IIU SUSIRAJA Alex Jovanovich on Iiu Susiraja
OPENINGS: IIU SUSIRAJA Alex Jovanovich on Iiu Susiraja
ART FORUM February 2022
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer December 22, 2021

How Echo Park’s Old Master Is Painting the End of the World

Celeste Dupuy-Spencer is one of LA’s most sought after artists, and the art world can’t get enough of her work. She may get consumed in the process. Or simply leave it all behind

Metropolis Magazine
Metropolis Magazine
From Circuit City to the Cheesecake Factory, Jake Longstreth Paints Suburbia October 27, 2021
First of the Month
First of the Month
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer October 1, 2021
Galerie Magazine - Discover 7 Highlights from the 2021 Armory Show’s VIP Preview
Galerie Magazine - Discover 7 Highlights from the 2021 Armory Show’s VIP Preview
The Armory 2021 - Jana Schörder September 11, 2021
ARTSPACE
ARTSPACE
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer July 26, 2021

5 things to look out for in the Celeste Dupuy-Spencer edition

Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
ARTSPACE
ARTSPACE
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer June 16, 2021
Polly Borland: ‘Nudie’ Revealing the Essence of the Self
Polly Borland: ‘Nudie’ Revealing the Essence of the Self
by Jody Zellen June 9, 2021
Louise Bonnet’s Absurdist World of Grotesque Beauty at Nino Mier Gallery
Louise Bonnet’s Absurdist World of Grotesque Beauty at Nino Mier Gallery
Whitehot Magazine By Lita Barrie June 8, 2021
Advisory Selects: Art Brussels | Mindy Shapero
Advisory Selects: Art Brussels | Mindy Shapero
Rory Mitchell 3 June 2021
Hypebeast
Hypebeast
Louise Bonnet’s Absurdist Figures Land in Los Angeles’ Nino Mier Gallery June 1, 2021
Whitewall
Whitewall
Louise Bonnet Explores Alienation and Mental Restoration as Products of Social Isolation May 25, 2021
Forbes
Forbes
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer May 12, 2021
Polly Borland
Polly Borland
Confronting The Aging Body: Polly Borland – Nudie at Nino Mier Gallery May 20, 2021
Louise Bonnet as the Vagabond
Louise Bonnet as the Vagabond
Juxtapoz Magazine May 18, 2021
‘I’ve Got Nothing More to Hide’: Polly Borland Puts Her Nude Selfies on Display
‘I’ve Got Nothing More to Hide’: Polly Borland Puts Her Nude Selfies on Display
LA Magazine May 14, 2021
FRIEZE New York, 2021
FRIEZE New York, 2021
Blair Saxon-Hill May 3, 2021
Marin Majic's "Ends and Odds" @ Nino Mier Project
Marin Majic's "Ends and Odds" @ Nino Mier Project
Juxtapoz Magazine April 13, 2021 | in Painting
2021 TRIENNIAL: SOFT WATER HARD STONE
2021 TRIENNIAL: SOFT WATER HARD STONE
The New Museum Triennial 10/27/21-01/23/22
2021 New Museum Triennial Reveals Artist List, Putting Focus on Perseverance
2021 New Museum Triennial Reveals Artist List, Putting Focus on Perseverance
ARTnews April 2, 2021

Blair Saxon-Hill at The New Museum Triennial, 2021

Jonathan Wateridge “Inland Water” at Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles Share
Jonathan Wateridge “Inland Water” at Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles Share
Mousse Magazine 03/16/21
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer Compares Progressives To Evangelicals In A New Painting
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer Compares Progressives To Evangelicals In A New Painting
Forbes March 12, 2021
‘There Are Monsters on All Sides’: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer on Why Her Epic Painting of the Capitol Riot Is Not a Simple Morality Tale
‘There Are Monsters on All Sides’: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer on Why Her Epic Painting of the Capitol Riot Is Not a Simple Morality Tale
Artnet News March 10, 2021
ArtSeen GEST
ArtSeen GEST
The Brooklyn Rail February 4, 2021
Nikki Maloof’s Paintings Will Satiate You
Nikki Maloof’s Paintings Will Satiate You
Forbes December 15, 2020
Jake Longstreth Is the Renaissance Dude America Needs
Jake Longstreth Is the Renaissance Dude America Needs
Inside Hook December 7, 2020
This Winter’s Best Coffee-Table Books: Louise Bonnet
This Winter’s Best Coffee-Table Books: Louise Bonnet
Vanity Fair December 4, 2020
Art Insider: Missing Art Basel? Here’s where to find NADA art fair booths around LA
Art Insider: Missing Art Basel? Here’s where to find NADA art fair booths around LA
KCRW December 1, 2020
Swiss Painter Louise Bonnet on the Lure of Ugliness and How Horror Films Inspire Her Work
Swiss Painter Louise Bonnet on the Lure of Ugliness and How Horror Films Inspire Her Work
Artnet News October 29, 2020
Bendix Harms at Nino Mier Gallery
Bendix Harms at Nino Mier Gallery
Emergent Magazine October 10, 2020
Kareem-Anthony Ferreira reassembles memories of Ontario and Trinidad to paint his life growing up
Kareem-Anthony Ferreira reassembles memories of Ontario and Trinidad to paint his life growing up
CBC Arts October 8, 2020
André Butzer at the Museum of Light / Yoshii Foundation
André Butzer at the Museum of Light / Yoshii Foundation
Solo Exhibition October, 2020
Masterful Use of Collage, Kareem-Anthony Ferreira
Masterful Use of Collage, Kareem-Anthony Ferreira
GRØSS Magazine October 1, 2020
A Painter's Painter, Bendix Harms
A Painter's Painter, Bendix Harms
GRØSS Magazine October 1, 2020
Louise Bonnet: The Hours
Louise Bonnet: The Hours
Gagosian August 2020
André Butzer
André Butzer
Salon Sommer 2020
Long Hair Don't Care
Long Hair Don't Care
Buffalo Zine April 2020
A Look Inside Nino Mier Gallery's "Paper (And One on Wood)" Online Viewing Room
A Look Inside Nino Mier Gallery's "Paper (And One on Wood)" Online Viewing Room
Hypebeast April 16, 2020
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Wall Street Journal April 11, 2020
The Estate of Georg Karl Pfahler at Nino Mier
The Estate of Georg Karl Pfahler at Nino Mier
Patron Magazine April 2020
Editorsʼ Picks: 10 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week
Editorsʼ Picks: 10 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World This Week
Artnet News March 23, 2020
The Psychological Resonance of Jansson Stegner at Almine Rech
The Psychological Resonance of Jansson Stegner at Almine Rech
Whitehot Magazine March 17, 2020
Jansson Stegner's hyperreal paintings of strong women invert gender roles and challenge identity and power
Jansson Stegner's hyperreal paintings of strong women invert gender roles and challenge identity and power
Creative Boom March 10, 2020
Must-See Art Guide: New York City
Must-See Art Guide: New York City
Artnet News March 5, 2020
In Conversation with Jansson Stegner
In Conversation with Jansson Stegner
JUXTAPOZ Magazine March 3, 2020
Searching for Humanity in the Not-Quite-Human
Searching for Humanity in the Not-Quite-Human
Hyperallergic February 29, 2020
Drawings 1964–1991
Drawings 1964–1991
Artland February 12, 2020
Louise Bonnet: Grotesque Beauty
Louise Bonnet: Grotesque Beauty
VAULT Magazine February/April 2020
Three Paintings by Louise Bonnet
Three Paintings by Louise Bonnet
Racquet Magazine Winter 2019/2020
On methods and madness: A curation by Marcus Graf
On methods and madness: A curation by Marcus Graf
Daily Sabah December 24, 2019
Rebecca Ness: The Tools of Her Trade
Rebecca Ness: The Tools of Her Trade
JUXTAPOZ Magazine December 23, 2019
The Acrylic Narratives of Andrea Joyce Heimer
The Acrylic Narratives of Andrea Joyce Heimer
Hi Fructose November 7, 2019
Louise Bonnet: Contractions and Explosions
Louise Bonnet: Contractions and Explosions
MUSE Magazine November 2, 2019
Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
Editors’ Picks: 8 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week
Artnet News September 2019
André Butzer, Malerei ist ein Friedhof, Also Eine Sehr Zukünftige Angelegenheit
André Butzer, Malerei ist ein Friedhof, Also Eine Sehr Zukünftige Angelegenheit
Kunstforum International September 2019
"Twice Over": Rebecca Ness' NYC Debut @ 1969 Gallery
"Twice Over": Rebecca Ness' NYC Debut @ 1969 Gallery
JUXTAPOZ Magazine August 19, 2019
Domestic Horror, an upcoming group exhibition that will probe the tension between civilized order and chaotic disorder
Domestic Horror, an upcoming group exhibition that will probe the tension between civilized order and chaotic disorder
FAD Magazine August 2019
“Shortlist for $35,000 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize Announced”
“Shortlist for $35,000 William and Winifred Bowness Photography Prize Announced”
Australian Photography August 2019
“This zine combines art and fashion to support indigenous artists in the Central Desert”
“This zine combines art and fashion to support indigenous artists in the Central Desert”
Fashion Journal July 2019
“Set Designer Gary Card Turns Phillips London Gallery into Wonderland this Summer”
“Set Designer Gary Card Turns Phillips London Gallery into Wonderland this Summer”
The Value July 2019
“Gary Card’s Immersive “HYSTERICAL” Exhibition Takes Over Phillips’ London Gallery”
“Gary Card’s Immersive “HYSTERICAL” Exhibition Takes Over Phillips’ London Gallery”
Hypebeast July 2019
“The New Canon: 7 Queer Painters Who are Tapping into the History Books”
“The New Canon: 7 Queer Painters Who are Tapping into the History Books”
CULTURED Magazine June 2019
“Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week”
“Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week”
Artnet June 2019
Louise Bonnet
Louise Bonnet
SLEEK June 2019
“Hammer Museum’s Annual K.A.M.P. Inspires Next Generation of Artists”
“Hammer Museum’s Annual K.A.M.P. Inspires Next Generation of Artists”
Hollywood Reporter May 2019
At Art Brussels and Berlin Gallery Weekend, Severed Heads, ‘Great White Fear,’ and a Paul McCarthy Blowout
At Art Brussels and Berlin Gallery Weekend, Severed Heads, ‘Great White Fear,’ and a Paul McCarthy Blowout
ARTnews April 30, 2019
Art Brussels 37th Edition: What To See Guide
Art Brussels 37th Edition: What To See Guide
Artlyst April 23, 2019
NEW YORK – JAN-OLE SCHIEMANN: “A DIFFERENT POSE” AT KASMIN THROUGH MAY 4TH, 2019
NEW YORK – JAN-OLE SCHIEMANN: “A DIFFERENT POSE” AT KASMIN THROUGH MAY 4TH, 2019
Art Observed March 21, 2019
“What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now”
“What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now”
The New York Times March 2019
Louise Bonnet
Louise Bonnet
Artforum February 2019
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer: Fusing the Normal and the Informal
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer: Fusing the Normal and the Informal
Frieze January 2019
BFAMI Benefit Auction 2019
BFAMI Benefit Auction 2019
Artsy January 2019
“5 Portland Artists Recognized with $25,000 Joan Mitchell Foundation Grants”
“5 Portland Artists Recognized with $25,000 Joan Mitchell Foundation Grants”
Featuring Blair-Saxon Hill January 2019
REBECCA NESS: “IF I WORK WITH A FIRE UNDER MY ASS, THAT’S WHEN THE PAINTINGS GET THE MOST EXCITING.”
REBECCA NESS: “IF I WORK WITH A FIRE UNDER MY ASS, THAT’S WHEN THE PAINTINGS GET THE MOST EXCITING.”
Art Maze Magazine 2019
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer and Figurative Religion
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer and Figurative Religion
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles November 28, 2018
Tomasz Kowalski
Tomasz Kowalski
Wall Street International November 21, 2018
Review: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s searing paintings delve into the structures of spiritualism
Review: Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s searing paintings delve into the structures of spiritualism
The Los Angeles Times October 4, 2018
The Subject Tells The Story: Bendix Harms
The Subject Tells The Story: Bendix Harms
Mousse Magazine October 1, 2018
Andreas Breunig and Jana Schröder: VOTE
Andreas Breunig and Jana Schröder: VOTE
Kunstverein Heppenheim September 9, 2018
Review: Part totem, part troll doll, Jon Pylypchuk’s enchanted forest is joyfully silly
Review: Part totem, part troll doll, Jon Pylypchuk’s enchanted forest is joyfully silly
LA Times September 4, 2018
From British Vogue to the Queen, a new National Gallery of Victoria exhibition celebrates artist Polly Borland
From British Vogue to the Queen, a new National Gallery of Victoria exhibition celebrates artist Polly Borland
Domain September 3, 2018
Interview with Louise Bonnet
Interview with Louise Bonnet
PURPLE Magazine Fall 2018
In Tomasz Kowalski's Psychedelic Paintings, Sleep, Dreaming and Wakefulness are Equally Present
In Tomasz Kowalski's Psychedelic Paintings, Sleep, Dreaming and Wakefulness are Equally Present
Frieze June 5, 2018
‘Made in L.A. 2018’: Why the Hammer biennial is the right show for disturbing times
‘Made in L.A. 2018’: Why the Hammer biennial is the right show for disturbing times
The Los Angeles Times June 5, 2018
Can a Male Artist Still Paint a Female Nude?
Can a Male Artist Still Paint a Female Nude?
The Cut April 18, 2018
“André Butzer: Galerie Max Hetzler”
“André Butzer: Galerie Max Hetzler”
Artforum April 2018
Louise Bonnet at Nino Mier Gallery
Louise Bonnet at Nino Mier Gallery
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles April 11, 2018
The Burden of Flesh
The Burden of Flesh
LALA Magazine Spring 2018
Eye-Popping and Body-Bending New Works by Louise Bonnet on View @ Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles
Eye-Popping and Body-Bending New Works by Louise Bonnet on View @ Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles
JUXTAPOZ Magazine April 2018
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Joyce Heimer
The New Yorker March 2018
Page 76: Inside the Season’s New Books
Page 76: Inside the Season’s New Books
The New York Times February 13, 2018
JANSSON STEGNER PAINTINGS @ NINO MIER GALLERY IN LOS ANGELES
JANSSON STEGNER PAINTINGS @ NINO MIER GALLERY IN LOS ANGELES
Autre February 2, 2018
How to Begin A Contemporary Art Collection
How to Begin A Contemporary Art Collection
Mutual Art January 26, 2018
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer By Katherine Cooper
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer By Katherine Cooper
BOMB Magazine December 11, 2017
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
Art in America December 5, 2017
Polly Borland treads further into darkness, turning celebrities into monsters
Polly Borland treads further into darkness, turning celebrities into monsters
The Sydney Morning Herald November 17, 2017
Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Join Forces Again to Present ‘Abstract/ Not Abstract’ at Moore Building During Art Basel Miami Beach
Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Join Forces Again to Present ‘Abstract/ Not Abstract’ at Moore Building During Art Basel Miami Beach
ARTnews November 9, 2017
Why Young Queer Artists Are Trading Anguish for Joy
Why Young Queer Artists Are Trading Anguish for Joy
Artsy November 2017
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
The New Yorker November 2017
Take A Peek Inside the Impressive Collection of Stéphanie Busuttil & Sébastien Janssen
Take A Peek Inside the Impressive Collection of Stéphanie Busuttil & Sébastien Janssen
Architectural Digest November 3, 2017
Acts of Recognition
Acts of Recognition
Frieze November 2017
In the Galleries: The Butches of my Childhood
In the Galleries: The Butches of my Childhood
Advocate November 2017
Painting in Black and White: Race and the New Figurative Art
Painting in Black and White: Race and the New Figurative Art
VICE November 2017
Louise Bonnet
Louise Bonnet
New Yorker Magazine November 2017
Five Shows in November
Five Shows in November
Exhibitionary November 2017
Louise Bonnet’s ‘Wakefield’ at Half Gallery, New York
Louise Bonnet’s ‘Wakefield’ at Half Gallery, New York
Blouin Artinfo October 18, 2017
One Model, 10 Nudes: See How Different Artists Treated the Female Form at Will Cotton’s Drawing Party
One Model, 10 Nudes: See How Different Artists Treated the Female Form at Will Cotton’s Drawing Party
Artnet News October 11, 2017
Fresh From the Whitney Biennial, Painter Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s New Show Reveals a Tumultuous and Divided America
Fresh From the Whitney Biennial, Painter Celeste Dupuy-Spencer’s New Show Reveals a Tumultuous and Divided America
Artnet News September 21, 2017
‘Wild and Blue’ by Celeste Dupuy-Spencer at Marlborough Contemporary, New York
‘Wild and Blue’ by Celeste Dupuy-Spencer at Marlborough Contemporary, New York
Blouin Artinfo September 17, 2017
Do White Males Deserve Love?: The Paintings of Celeste Dupuy-Spencer at Marlborough Contemporary
Do White Males Deserve Love?: The Paintings of Celeste Dupuy-Spencer at Marlborough Contemporary
Forbes September 17, 2017
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer is Painting the News
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer is Painting the News
The New Republic September 15, 2017
Polly Borland: Babies Are Us
Polly Borland: Babies Are Us
Artslant August 16, 2017
Exploring the strange, secretive lives of England’s adult babies
Exploring the strange, secretive lives of England’s adult babies
Huck Magazine July 31, 2017
Go Gaga for Man- Baby Photos from London’s Infantilist Scene
Go Gaga for Man- Baby Photos from London’s Infantilist Scene
Creators July 18, 2017
Polly Borland’s Photographs Reveal the Weird and Wonderful World of Adult Babies
Polly Borland’s Photographs Reveal the Weird and Wonderful World of Adult Babies
LA Weekly July 17, 2017
Must See: Polly Borland’s Surreal Series ‘The Babies'
Must See: Polly Borland’s Surreal Series ‘The Babies'
Bullett July 12, 2017
Ginny Casey and Jessi Reaves at Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
Ginny Casey and Jessi Reaves at Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
Blouin Artinfo July 4, 2017
Ginny Casey: Built from Broke at Mier Gallery
Ginny Casey: Built from Broke at Mier Gallery
Painters' Table June 17, 2017
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
The New York Times June 15, 2017
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Art in America March 24, 2017
Everything Is Happening at Once in These Multi-Dimensional Paintings
Everything Is Happening at Once in These Multi-Dimensional Paintings
VICE March 5, 2017
Chasing Ghosts
Chasing Ghosts
Cultured Magazine February–March 2017
American Pastoral
American Pastoral
CULTURED Magazine February/March 2017
Andrea Joyce Heimer, A Jealous Person
Andrea Joyce Heimer, A Jealous Person
RIOT MATERIAL January 30, 2017
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Art Los Angeles 2017
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Art Los Angeles 2017
Artspace January 28, 2017
Ginny Casey
Ginny Casey
Art in America January 18, 2017
Artistic Project Mementos: Artists’ Souvenirs, Artefacts, and other Curiosities
Artistic Project Mementos: Artists’ Souvenirs, Artefacts, and other Curiosities
Art Brussels 2017
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Artforum January 2017
Designer Sara Story’s Contemporary Family Ranch in Texas
Designer Sara Story’s Contemporary Family Ranch in Texas
Architectural Digest December 13, 2016
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Miami Art Week 2016
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Miami Art Week 2016
Artspace December 3, 2016
Critic’s Pick: Blair Saxon-Hill
Critic’s Pick: Blair Saxon-Hill
Artforum Winter 2016
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer: BEST ARTIST TO HOLD A MIRROR UP TO AMERICAN CULTURE
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer: BEST ARTIST TO HOLD A MIRROR UP TO AMERICAN CULTURE
LA Weekly December 2016
Whitney Museum Announces 63 Artists for 2017 Biennial
Whitney Museum Announces 63 Artists for 2017 Biennial
Blouin Artinfo November 18, 2016
Mindy Shapero
Mindy Shapero
Art in America November 2006
Naked With Clothes On: How It Feels to Be a Drawing Model
Naked With Clothes On: How It Feels to Be a Drawing Model
Vogue October 16, 2016
Jana Schröder
Jana Schröder
Artforum October 2016
Warsaw’s Daring Young Art Scene Is Forging Its Own Path
Warsaw’s Daring Young Art Scene Is Forging Its Own Path
Artsy September 29, 2016
Full-frontal absurdity: The world of Louise Bonnet’s fleshy, surreal portraits
Full-frontal absurdity: The world of Louise Bonnet’s fleshy, surreal portraits
The Los Angeles Times May 26, 2016
Showing: Louise Bonnet – ‘Paintings’ @ Mier Gallery
Showing: Louise Bonnet – ‘Paintings’ @ Mier Gallery
Arrested Motion May 9, 2016
13 Must-See Artists at NADA New York
13 Must-See Artists at NADA New York
The Creators Project May 6, 2016
New York – NADA New York at Basketball City on Pier 36, May 5th – 8th, 2016
New York – NADA New York at Basketball City on Pier 36, May 5th – 8th, 2016
Art Observed May 7, 2016
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Frieze, NADA and Beyond
Collectors Susan and Michael Hort’s Favorite Works from Frieze, NADA and Beyond
Artspace May 7, 2016
The Twelve Young Painters You Need to Know at NADA New York
The Twelve Young Painters You Need to Know at NADA New York
Artsy May 6, 2016
Trump Supporters Rear Their Ugly Heads in a WeHo Exhibit
Trump Supporters Rear Their Ugly Heads in a WeHo Exhibit
LA Weekly April 27, 2016
Thomas Wachholz ‘Strike Gently’ at MIER Gallery, Los Angeles
Thomas Wachholz ‘Strike Gently’ at MIER Gallery, Los Angeles
Mousse Magazine February 21, 2016
Paintings that Conjure the Ghostly Hand of the Artist
Paintings that Conjure the Ghostly Hand of the Artist
HyperAllergic February 16, 2016
Go Ahead, Light A Fire: Thomas Wachholz invites viewers to be the spark of this art show
Go Ahead, Light A Fire: Thomas Wachholz invites viewers to be the spark of this art show
The Los Angeles Times February 9, 2016
And She Was Stricken with Proof of Overlapping Attentions
And She Was Stricken with Proof of Overlapping Attentions
Flaunt Magazine February 9, 2016
Ginny Casey
Ginny Casey
The New Yorker January 30–February 28, 2016
As Mega-Galleries Descend on L.A., ALAC Warms Locals to Collecting Art
As Mega-Galleries Descend on L.A., ALAC Warms Locals to Collecting Art
Artsy January 29, 2016
So Hot Right Now
So Hot Right Now
CULTURED Magazine January 29, 2016
Interview With Andrea Joyce Heimer
Interview With Andrea Joyce Heimer
Huffington Post January 19, 2016
Numéro 2015
Numéro 2015
Featuring André Butzer Winter 2015
The Brightest, Shiniest Trends From Art Basel Miami Beach
The Brightest, Shiniest Trends From Art Basel Miami Beach
The New York Times Style Magazine December 7, 2015
Present Conditional at MIER Gallery, Los Angeles
Present Conditional at MIER Gallery, Los Angeles
Mousse Magazine Blog November 2, 2015
Opening of Present Conditional Group Show @ Mier Gallery in Los Angeles
Opening of Present Conditional Group Show @ Mier Gallery in Los Angeles
Autre Magazine October 22, 2015
5 Must-See Shows in New York: Graham Collins, Rachel Rossin and More
5 Must-See Shows in New York: Graham Collins, Rachel Rossin and More
Blouin Artinfo October 22, 2015
12 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before October 16th
12 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before October 16th
The Observer October 12, 2015
At Expo Chicago, New Discoveries and Unexpected Deals
At Expo Chicago, New Discoveries and Unexpected Deals
Blouin Artinfo September 18, 2015
Blinds and Mirrors
Blinds and Mirrors
Flash Art July/August/September 2015
Thomas Wachholz ‘WHITEOUT’ at Nymphius Projekte, Berlin
Thomas Wachholz ‘WHITEOUT’ at Nymphius Projekte, Berlin
Mousse Magazine June 15, 2015
NADA Art Fair: A Debate (Over Delicious Tacos)
NADA Art Fair: A Debate (Over Delicious Tacos)
Vulture May 15, 2015
Critic’s Pick: Blair Saxon-Hill
Critic’s Pick: Blair Saxon-Hill
Artforum May 2015
Jake Longstreth: Free Range at Gregory Lind Gallery
Jake Longstreth: Free Range at Gregory Lind Gallery
Daily Serving April 1, 2015
Peter Bonde’s Captivating Art Painter on Ultra-Reflective Mirror Foil
Peter Bonde’s Captivating Art Painter on Ultra-Reflective Mirror Foil
Yellow Trace March 11, 2015
The Abstract Turn
The Abstract Turn
Zurück zur Abstraktion January 18, 2015
Anna Fasshauer – Von vielen Seiten…
Anna Fasshauer – Von vielen Seiten…
Art – Das Kunstmagazin January 3, 2015
Artists in their studios: Anna Fasshauer
Artists in their studios: Anna Fasshauer
Artitious November 27, 2014
Michael Bauer
Michael Bauer
Art in America October 6, 2014
5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York: Darren Bader, Hannah van Bart, and More
5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York: Darren Bader, Hannah van Bart, and More
Blouin Artinfo May 29, 2014
New York Gallery Beat: 6 Critics Review 16 Shows
New York Gallery Beat: 6 Critics Review 16 Shows
Artnet News May 21, 2014
Georg Karl Pfahler, the Hard-Edge Painter the Market Forgot
Georg Karl Pfahler, the Hard-Edge Painter the Market Forgot
Artnet News May 13, 2014
Portland 2014
Portland 2014
Frieze June/July 2014
Jake Longstreth’s Beautifully Dissonant, Monastically Simple Landscapes
Jake Longstreth’s Beautifully Dissonant, Monastically Simple Landscapes
BlackBook December 19, 2013
Interview: Jansson Stegner
Interview: Jansson Stegner
Say It Again Blog December 2, 2013
Interview | Jansson Stegner
Interview | Jansson Stegner
Schön! November 29, 2013
Art Expressed Through Body Language At Saatchi Gallery
Art Expressed Through Body Language At Saatchi Gallery
The Londonist November 28, 2013
Fahrt ins Blaue
Fahrt ins Blaue
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung August 12, 2013
Interview: Jana Schröder
Interview: Jana Schröder
ArtFridge July 29, 2013
Ginny Casey: An Artist’s Search for Meaning
Ginny Casey: An Artist’s Search for Meaning
Brooklyn Magazine March 4, 2013
Tomasz Kowalski
Tomasz Kowalski
Artforum International October 2012
B-OUT
B-OUT
The New York Times July 12, 2012
UNLIKELY ART HUB HONED BY ENTHUSIASM
UNLIKELY ART HUB HONED BY ENTHUSIASM
International Herald Tribune July 28, 2012
Recommended Bushwick Open Studio: Ginny Casey
Recommended Bushwick Open Studio: Ginny Casey
Art F City May 30, 2012
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
Celeste Dupuy-Spencer
The St. Claire 2012
"André Butzer: I Will Always be a Colorist"
"André Butzer: I Will Always be a Colorist"
Flash Art October 2011
Leidy Celeste Nicole
Leidy Celeste Nicole
Artforum July 20, 2011
Leidy Celeste Nicole
Leidy Celeste Nicole
The New York Times July 14, 2011
Tomasz Kowalski
Tomasz Kowalski
Flash Art October 2010
On Anna Fasshauer
On Anna Fasshauer
By Marc LeBlanc
An Interview with Jake Longstreth
An Interview with Jake Longstreth
ArtSlant December 2008
"André Butzer at Metro Pictures"
"André Butzer at Metro Pictures"
Art in America June/July 2008
Opening of Tomasz Kowalski and Anna Orlikowska
Opening of Tomasz Kowalski and Anna Orlikowska
Whitehot Magazine March 2007