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Travails of an art advisor 3Q16


The unveiling of German artist Katharina Grosse’s lyrical Rockaway!, presented by MoMA PS1 at Fort Tilden, New York, was the first of the highlights of summer. Curated by MoMA PS1 Director Klaus… Read More…


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Travails of an art advisor 2Q16


April brought exciting new work in Amsterdam as my team began to restore a large and beautiful 1920s private residence. This very exciting project will also include developing and installing a one-of-a-kind… Read More…


CHRONICLES OF AN ART DRIFTER 2Q15


In response to the many signs of appreciation over the first art report, I would like to share with you some of my global art travel notes from the second quarter of… Read More…


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WHAT


What is most remarkable about Thomas Housago’s new installation Moun Room at Hauser & Wirth is that, though it is the artist’s first questioning of the world of art-as-space, he hits the… Read More…


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Lecture by Stephen G. Rhodes at The Ateliers, Amsterdam


Very good lecture by Stephen G. Rhodes (US, 1977) last night at The Ateliers in Amsterdam. Stephen was juggling with representation. He made a beautiful, or better said evocative, 13-minute video referring… Read More…


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The Web by Jon Kessler at the Swiss Institute, New York


From the press release: The Web is an immersive installation that addresses the significance of the internet and mobile devices in our lives while simultaneously examining the role of the viewer. The… Read More…


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Dinner for 24 Dogs by Nicolas Party at Salon 94, New York


Much like a dog chasing its own tail, Swiss artist Nicolas Party (CH, 1980) turned his opening party into the artwork he was having the opening for. Referencing Judy Chicago (US, 1939),… Read More…


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The House of Viktor & Rolf at the Barbican Centre, London


In 2007 fashion designers Viktor & Rolf (Viktor Horsting, NL, 1969 & Rolf Snoeren, NL, 1969) decided to recreate 50 highlights from their oeuvre in miniature, scale 1:3. The labor-intensive project resulted… Read More…