Friday, March 03, 2006


Adam McEwen from Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery

The Biennial opened yesterday. Quoting Jerry Saltz from Artnet:

"Day for Night" is filled with work I’m not interested in; it tries to do too much in too little space; it is often dry and confusing. Nevertheless, the show is a compelling attempt to examine conceptual practices and political agency, consider art that is not about beauty, reconsider reductivism, explore the possibility of an underground in plain sight, probe pre-modern and archaic approaches, posit destruction and chaos as creative forces, and revisit ideas about obfuscation and anonymity. This show is less market-driven than usual; in fact it attempts to cross swords with conventions that have brought us to the brink of madness. It’s also an anti-manifesto taking on romanticism, expressionism and decorative psychedelia.

I can't wait until next week!
More reports coming in from the Whitney (this will be updated)

1 Responses to “Rigamarole”

Anonymous said...
March 3, 2006 at 12:19 PM

Damn... I would expect Artnet to come up with better iamges than that. I mean all fuzzy and shit. Plus no technique attached to the image is completly useless.

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