SFMOMA publishes online collection catalogue of the Rauschenberg Research Project, a survey of nearly ninety works by Robert Rauschenberg from the permanent collection.
Through October 19, “Observed Ratios,” an exhibition of works by Shoshana Dentz, Caitlin Masley, and Seher Shah at the James Gallery, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC.
From September 21 in NYC, “Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself,” at MoMA.
On September 30, a conversation and screening with artist Derek Boshier and William Kaizen, Assistant Professor of Art History and Media Studies. To coincide with the exhibition “Derek Boshier: A survey of work,” curated by Kaizen, at Gallery 360, Northeastern University.
From October 5, “New Jersey as Non-Site,” an exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum curated by Kelly Baum.
Through August 18 in Paris, “Keith Haring: The Political Line” and “Danh Vo: Go Mo Ni Ma Da” at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
On June 14 in Boston, a closing reception for “Anna Von Mertens: GOLD! AND OTHER FALLEN EMPIRES,” curated by Kirsten Swenson. The curator and artist will be in attendance.
On June 1, in Chicago, an artist talk by Abelardo Morell in conjunction with his retrospective at the Art Institute of Chicago.
On May 30 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, a tour of Disorientalism’s exhibition “Ready Mix” by its curator Jillian Hernandez, at The Girls Club Collection.
Thru June 29 in Philadelphia, “Lynda Benglis: Everything Flows (1980-2013)” and “Jennifer Bartlett: Chaos Theory (1971-2013)” at Locks Gallery.
On May 23 in Cambridge, MA, “Alan Uglow: A Panel Discussion” with Elena Alexander, Stephen Ellis, and Gregory H. Williams at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Moderated by List curator João Ribas.
On May 11, in NYC, “What Happened to the Institutional Critique?”: James Meyer and Renée Green in conversation at the New Museum.
From May 9 in NYC, an exhibition of new works by Marcia Kure at Susan Inglett Gallery.
On April 28 in NYC, a special press conference and performance to mark the close of Jon Kessler’s exhibition “The Web” at Swiss Institute.
From April 19 in Boston, “GOLD! AND OTHER FALLEN EMPIRES,” an exhibition of works by Anna Von Mertens at the Boston Center for the Arts (Mills Gallery). Curated by Kirsten Swenson.
Thru March 22 in London, the Royal College of Art holds its annual mystery postcard sale.
On February 28, in Boston, a panel discussion with David Joselit, Elisabeth Sussman, Haim Steinbach, Helen Molesworth, and Barbara Lee on This Will Have Been: Art, Love, & Politics in the 1980s at the ICA.
On February 10, in Boston, artist Deborah Bright on her work in This Will Have Been: Art, Love, & Politics in the 1980s at the ICA.
On January 8 in LA, a talk by artist Lucy Raven in conjunction with the exhibition of her work at the Hammer Museum.
On December 8 in NYC, Ann Hamilton speaks about her installation, ‘the event of a thread,’ at Park Avenue Armory.
On Dec 4 in NYC, a discussion beetween artist Liam Gillick, librarian and archivist Ann Butler, and property lawyer Britton Payne at the Drawing Center, in relation to the exhibition In Deed: Certificiates of Authenticity in Art (up through December 16).
From December 5 in NYC, a largescale installation by Ann Hamilton, ‘the event of a thread,’ at the Park Avenue Armory. $10 General Admission / $8 Armory members. Entrance to installation free on the day of the talk.
On November 30 in NYC, opening reception and concert relating to the exhibition “Maja Bajevic: To Be Continued”, at the CUNY Graduate Center, James Gallery.
From November 15 in Cambridge, MA, “Something About Family,” an exhibition of works by Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons at the Rudenstine Gallery, W.E.B. DuBois Institute, Harvard University
On November 18 in Boston, a gallery talk by art historian Claire Grace on This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s at the ICA.
From October 24, in NYC, “Rosemarie Trockel: A Cosmos” at the New Museum.
On October 17 in NYC, a Curator’s Perspective talk with Chus Martinez, dOCUMENTA (13) Head of Department, member of Core Agent Group, and associate curator at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art. Co-sponsored by Independent Curators International, at CUNY Humanities Center.
On October 11 in NYC, Wayne Koestenbaum, John Yau, and Megan Volpert reflect on the Metropolitan Museum exhibition “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years,” and Andy Warhol’s influence on the literary arts, at the CUNY Center for the Humanities.
On October 3 in Boston, a gallery talk by Nuit Banai. on “Ori Gersht: History Repeating” at MFA Boston.
Thru January 5, in Boston, Ori Gersht: History Repeating at the MFA Boston.
On September 13, in Cambridge, MA, an opening reception for the exhibition “circa 1963,” (Aug 30-October 7), an exploration of ‘contemporaneity’ in the years of the Carpenter Center’s beginnings.
Starting September 6 in Portland, Oregon, the TBA:12 Time-Based Art Festival at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art.
On August 1 in Boston, an exhibition of works by Brazilian duo Os Gêmeos at the ICA.
Thru September 30 in NYC, “Ghosts in the Machine”, an exhibition curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Gary Carrion-Murayari at the New Museum.
Thru August 25th in LA, “Standard Operating Procedures,” curated by Piper Marshall.
Opening in November at MACBA, Between the Frames: The Forum, a project by Antoni Muntadas based on 156 interviews from 1983 to 1991 with, among others, Harald Szeemann, Leo Castelli, Marian Goodman, María Corral, Kaspar König, Benjamin Buchloh, Lucy Lippard, Pierre Restany, Achille Bonito-Oliva, Catherine Millet, Daniel Giralt-Miracle, Romà Gubern and Maria Lluïsa Borràs.
In n+1, Christopher Glazek on Ryan Trecartin.
From Meiqin Wang to CAH-Clients: Tales of Our Time: Two Contemporary Artists From China
In the Brooklyn Rail, Edward M. Gómez discusses recent work in postwar Japanese art history by Alexandra Munroe, Ming Tiampo, Hiroko Ikegami and Doryun Chong.
Art in the Streets opens this month at L.A. MoCA. The catalog (Rizzoli) is by Jeffrey Deitch, Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose.
Several publications on David Smith have recently appeared.
With a Probability of Being Seen. Dorothee and Konrad Fischer: Archives of an Attitude (Richter Verlag) is a catalog of the Fischer gallery and collection (DAP; Amazon).
Carlos Cruz-Diez: Color in Space and Time is at the MFA Houston through July; the catalog, by Mari Carmen Ramírez and Héctor Olea, is from Yale.
A Prato exhibition on Brazilian contemporary art.
Art and politics at the Fundação de Serralves in Porto.
An exhibition of the Bruno Bischofberger collection in Bielefeld.
Courbet. A Dream of Modern Art, an exhibition at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt organized by Klaus Herding, prompted an exchange in the tageszeitung: Isabelle Graw, “Der Traum der Realisten” (January 24; English version online at Texte zur Kunst), and a response from Herding, “Wirksamer als hundert Flugschriften” (February 2).
Rebecca Salter: Into the Light of Things is a spring exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art, organized by Gillian Forrester.
The sixth invitational at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.
A Tania Bruguera exhibition at the Neuburger Museum of Art.
Vija Celmins: Television and Disaster, 1964-1966 is at the Menil in Houston before traveling to the L.A. County Museum.
An exhibition of Juan Muñoz at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts.
Opening January 15th at the Neuburger Museum of Art in Purchase, N.Y., The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure the Signs of Power, 1973-1992.
A drawing symposium at MoMA.
A Dara Birnbaum exhibition in Ghent and Porto.
A Luis Camnitzer exhibition in Zurich and New York.
Von Realer Gegenwart: Marcel Broodthaers Heute, at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, includes works “that make explicit reference to Marcel Broodthaers or that examine and further develop motifs from his oeuvre.”
A Charles LeDray exhibition and a Stockholm lecture series.
An exhibition on colonialism and neoliberalism in Berlin.
Geo-Graphics: A Map of Art Practices in Africa, Past and Present was on view this summer at BOZAR, Brussels (gallery).
A survey published by Skira.
Two Martha Rosler exhibitions.
Photography in the former East Germany.
Yoshitomo Nara at the Asia Society.
Beuys and after, in Münster and Düsseldorf.
Alternative film and video in the San Francisco Bay Area.
A film exhibition by Diana Thater.
Art and interior design at the Hayward Gallery.
A symposium and soap opera on art and the academy at Manifesta 8 in Murcia [...]
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
A Zoe Leonard catalog. “
Fiona Tan in Washington, D.C.
An exhibition by Mark Dion.
A Marcel Broodthaers monograph, and exhibitions [...]
An exhibition at the MMK Frankfurt [...]
A Leo Villareal exhibition [...]
A Pistoletto retrospective and other recent work [...]
An exhibition on masculinity in sports [...]
iona rozeal brown: all falls down was a spring exhibition at MOCA Cleveland, organized by Megan Lykins Reich (reviews compiled at Robert Goff). The catalog, from Hatje Cantz, includes text by Reich and an interview with Isolde Brielmaier (DAP).
Recent publications on Stephan Balkenhol [...]
A Blinky Palermo retrospective [...]
A new chapter in the history of land art [...]
“Part anthology, part diary.”
A Knut Åsdam exhibition [...]
A Guillermo Kuitca survey [...]
Paul Thek at the Whitney.
A Stephen Willats exhibition in Karlsruhe [...]
An exhibition at the Mole Vanvitelliana, Ancona [...]
A Luis Camnitzer exhibition [...]
Contemporary art from Finland [...]
An exhibition and symposium on art and television [...]
A panel discussing an exhibition on “non-cochlear sound” [...]
Mel Bochner in San Francisco [...]
A new book on Manuel Felguérez [...]
A Rosemarie Trockel catalog [...]
Publications on Philip Guston [...]
A book of Andreas Gursky’s Oceans and other work [...]
An exhibition of the Yes Men [...]
Leçon de choses, a Piero Gilardi exhibition, is at the CCC in Tours through November 7th. Recent writing on Gilardi includes David Ebony, “Piero Gilardi: Organic Technology,” Art in America 98:6 (June-July 2010), pp. 152-61; Erik Verhagen, “Piero Gilardi pour ue esthétique de l’abnégation,” Art Press 368 (June 2010), p. 55-9; and Grégory Picard, “Piero Gilardi Simulating […]
Kerry James Marshall in Vancouver [...]