Posts Tagged ‘Nicole Eisenman’

MANIFESTA 10 // ST PETERSBURG

by Anastasia Karpova Tinari Manifesta, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art, began in the aftermath of the Iron Curtain to form a bridge between the East and West. The nomadic exhibition has finally crossed into Eastern territory on its twentieth anniversary, taking up residence in no less a venue than Saint Petersburg’s fabled Hermitage Museum. The General[…]

NICOLE EISENMAN // DEAR NEMESIS,

by Stephanie Cristello Open Letter to an Enemy: Nicole Eisenman (1993–2003) When Western painters in the mid-late 1800s imagined the exotic landscape of the East, it was filled with caricature and hyperbole. Style comes into question more in this genre than any other, because the paintings are topical – what you see on the surface,[…]

PROFILE // DANIELA STEINFELD

In Conversation with Stephanie Cristello If you are interested in the work of certain locally exhibited artists, you may look into their other exhibitions abroad. I first discovered VAN HORN‘s program in this way, through research I was doing for a review of Wendy White’s exhibition at ANDREW RAFACZ in September of last year. The[…]

2013 CARNEGIE INTERNATIONAL

By Robin Dluzen It may contain a modest 35 artists, but that doesn’t mean that the 2013 Carnegie International doesn’t cover a lot of ground. Work is installed everywhere in the Pittsburgh museum: outdoors, amongst the permanent collections, in the white walled exhibition galleries and the unusual architectural corners and clearings of the building. Besides[…]