Roma’s images disappoint any prudish or salacious imagination of the cruising spot; there’s no sense of anything sordid, much less anything lewd happening.
The theme is a twine of two strands: the uncanny connection of human bodies and questionable distinction of humanity from nature. By Owen Campbell, ASX, March 2015 The fifth floor
LORD YES!!!! FIRE FIRE FIRE BREATHE IN!!!!! The CHILDREN OF GOD AWAIT YOUR PURIFICATION. FIRE FIRE FIRE By Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, February 2015 A tongue too engorged with the blood
VIE, 2014 Wood, mounted photo print, monitors and media player 262 x 192 x 58 cm The pantomime of big brother and the historical imperative to map individuality of the
Near Gainesville, Georgia, , 2014 © Alec Soth, Courtesy: Sean Kelly, New York By Shahrzad Kamel, February 2015 Following the critical acclaim for Alec Soth’s Sleeping by the Mississippi his oeuvre
Perhaps we’re just to take it on good faith or past merit that the artworks in Raiders are somehow quality by association. By Michelle France, ASX, January 2015 Harmony Korine
Is it high art? Well, put something in a museum, as they say. Some viewers are sure to scoff at what might be misconstrued as pin-up girl pics; indeed, in
Ruben Natal-San Miguel Up, Close and Personal Curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel Fuchs Projects, 56 Bogart Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn NY April 4 – May 13, 2014 By Ellen Wallenstein for
Mariah Robertson, 154 [detail], 2010. © Mariah Robertson, courtesy American Contemporary, New York. THE DREAM OF THE FUTURE By Shahrzad Kamel, ASX, NYC 2014 Recently, I’ve been fascinated with a book I
“Untitled (Alexis Bittar)“, 2013 © the artist, Courtesy Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York & Capitain Petzel, Berlin. Roe Ethridge, Sacrifice Your Body, at Capitain Petzel, Berlin, Feb 1-March 8, 2014.
Mountain, Anaheim, California, 2013 courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery Thomas Struth at Marian Goodman By Lauren Weinberg for ASX, February 2014 “How should we judge what we see?” It’s a