Last Saturday, a 200-strong audience comprising of residents, artists, gallerists and community members all gathered for a townhall discussion on the issue of Chinatown’s gentrification and displacement of longtime residents and small businesses.
Sabisha Friedberg’s A Plane Unseen and Scattering its Curve, au loin, was a revelation. A revelation in the way it brings sudden clarity to the importance of reflection—taking the time to think, to perceive, to go deep into one’s thoughts and consciousness.
Whitney mania is officially in full-swing.
With the opening parties and press previews now done and dusted, the Whitney prepares for their much anticipated opening to the public this weekend.
This past Sunday, we attended the Vestoj Storytelling Salon as part of the MoMA PS1 Sunday Sessions. Organized by Vestoj, the multifaceted and intelligent annual publication on sartorial matters…
I first came across the work of swiss artist Zimoun back in 2009 when he and fellow swiss artist Pe Lang were collaborating on the series of work, Untitled Sound Objects. I was immediately drawn to their mesmerizing and compelling kinetic…
Reaching your hand inside Yves Klein’s Sculpture tactile, a sudden wave of mixed emotion rush over you: shock, confusion, embarrassment, curiosity. The unseemly small enclosed white box, perched atop a single support stand with two small holes each concealed by a curtain of black velvet, produced the most animated responses among gallery-goers at Independent Projects over the weekend.