Art In America

Feeling Human: Ugo Rondinone

During a spring 2010 interview on the Louisiana Museum of Art's internet radio channel, Swiss-born, New York-based artist Ugo Rondinone declared, "You never see any action in my work. It's a lazy work."

Doubling Down on Simon Hantai

Inspired by Jackson Pollock's abandonment of the easel for the floor, in 1960 Hantai invented a method he called "pliage" (from the French word for folding). After violently crumpling, crushing, and sometimes even stamping on large primed canvases,...

Down on the Street: the Art of Koen van den Broek

Taking a self-reflexive turn, Koen van den Broek's latest body of work, which will soon be on view in his second solo show at New York's Friedman Benda gallery (Apr. 25-May 24), is based on his own previous paintings of shadows and cracks found...

Artnet Magazine Remembered at Haunch of Venison

Amidst heavy rains at the end of a muggy day in New York, dozens of art scribes gathered at Chelsea's Haunch of Venison gallery to honor Artnet.com's magazine. The German company, which provides a popular art market database, abruptly discontinued...

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