Posts Tagged ‘Tetsumi Kudo’

LET ME CONSIDER IT FROM HERE // THE RENAISSANCE SOCIETY

By Ryan Filchak Once a street is well equipped to handle strangers, once it has both a good, effective demarcation between private and public spaces and has a basic supply of activity and eyes, the more strangers the merrier. —Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities Curated by Solveig Øvstebø, this latest exhibition[…]

TETSUMI KUDO // HAUSER & WIRTH

by Kostas Prapoglou We rarely see Hauser & Wirth’s North Gallery in Savile Row totally transformed and freed from its white cube aesthetics. The exhibition of works of Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935-1990) organized with Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York resembles the healthy and natural habitat of an organic shop, but with a disturbing[…]