• The Copenhagen Interpretation

    In the vibrant, emergent neighborhood of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, some of the most exciting contemporary art is evolving and being seen.  It’s no surprise, then, that a new kind of gallery would spring up, playing to more alternative and intimate tastes than those of the “white cube” variety housed in Chelsea or the Upper […]

    Shana Beth Mason No responses June 12, 2015
  • A Declaration of Independent

    Art fairs are very sad affairs, as a whole. The reduction of an entire artist’s practice to a few square feet of temporary drywall, the three-second interactions between gallery and client that render works of art little more than mathematical utterances, the absolute lack of critical (not just negative) observation that is delivered after the […]

    Shana Beth Mason No responses March 6, 2015
  • P!NK Up Your Life

    With the P!NK UP YOUR LIFE photography exhibition I wanted to bring a colorful spark into the cloudy and sometimes dull life in Basel.  My inspiration came thus from the everyday life, the places, people and things surrounding me.  “Pink” means to be different, positive and happy.  For me no other color has a stronger […]

    Alexander Palacios No responses October 20, 2014
  • Nicholas Winter: Through a Lens in Basel

    Installation:  How has the environment of Basel inspired the direction of your work?  Nicholas Winter:  I’ve been in Basel for twelve years.  To be honest, I don’t find the city or the people photographically inspiring.  But there is something about it, I find that the subjects that interest me, that I want to capture are […]

    Installation Magazine No responses September 5, 2014
  • Siri Kaur: Plates + Slides

    Her images, originating in diverse locations including Iceland, New England, Alaska and Southern California, reveal an artistic practice that is deeply personal, yet universal, oscillating between anxiety and yearning for a better world.  Kaur’s haunting, signature use of light betrays unexpressed desires lurking behind her subjects’ ruminative gazes, while the eerily perfect settings feel inhabited […]

    A. Moret No responses August 24, 2014
  • Jay Brockman: Sunrise to Sunset

    A concrete jungle with no public transportation, LA was designed especially for the motorist thus traffic is an integral part of Brockman’s process.  It also appears in nearly every piece of work.  Often times, the headlight of a single car twinkles and nearly blinds the viewer, or cars are speeding out of the frame and […]

    A. Moret No responses August 24, 2014