Art In America

Laurence Aegerter

A conceptualist who utilizes a variety of mediums, Laurence Aegerter cleverly employed staged photography for the works in this dual exhibition at Amsterdam’s recently opened C&H Art Space and long-established Galerie Art Affairs.

Christiaan Bastiaans

A Dutch artist of Eurasian ancestry, Christiaan Bastiaans (b. 1951) makes multilayered, metaphorical works of art that investigate extremes of the human condition in a variety of mediums. Traveling to conflict areas and war zones in Asia and...

Guido Van Der Werve

Dutch artist Guido van der Werve has been slowly developing ways to combine his training in classical piano with his current interest in filmmaking. One film (2005) depicts him playing an upright piano on a floating dock in the middle of a river in...

Wim Delvoye: Towering Ambition

Known for technophilic representations of biological functions. Delvoye here talks about the 33-foot-high, pseudo-Gothic tower he's made to crown the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. He'd like the ultimate version to be four times as tall.

Nathalie Djurberg

What you see is not always what you get. At least not in the case of Nathalie Djurberg’s twisted fairy tales. The 30-year-old, Berlin-based Swedish artist has built an international art career turning her daydreams and fantasies into simple yet...

Olaf Breuning

High on a wall near the gallery entrance, Olaf Breuning wrote his name five times in large black letters in various styles and then finally scratched them all out. Failing to find an appropriately striking tag with which to emblazon the wall, he...

Lisa Hoke

Pure color and pure joy are seldom as close as they are in Lisa Hoke’s The Gravity of Color, New Britain.

Rob Wynne

Rob Wynne is not afraid of beauty and its seductive shimmer, albeit beauty of a somewhat tongue-in-cheek sort, spiked with a shot of self-awareness.

Thomas Houseago

Thomas Houseago’s first U.S. solo exhibition, “Serpent,” was a promising start for David Kordansky’s new digs in Culver City.

Mark Aerial Waller and Giles Round

“Children of the Revolution,” a two-person show by Mark Aerial Waller and Giles Round, brought together a series of individual and collaborative works.

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