December 14, 2015
No other contemporary artists have straddled the line between chaos and order, creation and destruction, philosophy and spoof as much as longtime Swiss collaborators Peter Fischli and David Weiss. After the passing of Weiss in 2012, Fischli has continued disturbing the balance.
Obscuring the Icon
March 4, 2015
Living between Vienna and New York provides Judith Eisler with a variety of cultural influences that she could reference, yet her focus remains clear: notice underrated moments in film, press pause, record the frozen image through a camera, and use the resultant photograph to create a painting.
January 5, 2014
Perhaps no living contemporary artist has been as multifaceted about meaning, multivalent with form, resistant to exposure, consistently innovative, always a few steps ahead of the situation, and influentially hard to pin down as the “post-minimalist” sculptor Robert Morris, who elides definitions in favor of open ends.