Posts Tagged ‘Stephanie Cristello’

JORDAN WOLFSON // DAVID ZWIRNER

by Stephanie Cristello “Every night I rush to my bed with hopes that maybe I’ll get a chance to see you when I close my eyes[1]” “I want to hold the hand inside you I want to take a breath that’s true[2]” You start at the edge of a long hallway, placing one foot in[…]

MIRROR STAGE // AN INTERVIEW WITH CONOR BACKMAN

by Stephanie Cristello – Originally published on New American Paintings – We trace history in a similar way we trace source. The significance of certain symbols have a sense of time to them, which is neither part of the object, nor a prescription onto the object – but an affect of belonging, in a condensed[…]

Paul Cowan // Parallel Processing

by Stephanie Cristello – Originally published on New American Paintings – Generosity is rarely immediately questioned when viewing an exhibition for the first time. It is often a given in the work, in many ways expected, though it is not to be underestimated. In his current exhibition on view at Shane Campbell, Parallel Processing, local[…]

BODY PRESSURE // HAMBURGER BAHNHOF

by Stephanie Cristello “Press as much of the front surface of your body (palms in or out, left or right cheek) against the wall as possible.” The white wall. This is the familiar construct that Bruce Nauman challenges, the container of the gallery itself – the material of the space that contains us, the viewer.[…]