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Shara Hughes
Shara Hughes
Artnet News Press September 15, 2022

Shara Hughes suspends time with dazzling, otherworldly landscapes in her new exhibition Time Lapsed at Kunstmuseum Luzern.

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Adam Pendleton
Adam Pendleton
The Art Newspaper A brush with... Press August 24, 2022

For The Art Newspaper’s podcast A brush with… Ben Luke talks to Adam Pendleton about the artist’s influences in the worlds of literature, music and art, as well as the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work.

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall
VOGUE Dodie Kazanjian Press July 14, 2022

For Vogue’s August issue, Chase Hall was profiled by Dodie Kazanjian. The article discusses Hall’s fiercely independent and deeply inspired artistic practice which is informed by questions of identity and belonging. Kazanjian writes, "A self-taught artist with boundless energy and a lot to say, he has emerged virtually overnight as a strong and highly original new voice."

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Wyatt Kahn
Wyatt Kahn
NY1 Roger Clark Press June 23, 2022

Wyatt Kahn discusses his Public Art Fund exhibition, Life in the Abstract, with Roger Clark for NY1. Life in the Abstract is Kahn's first public art exhibition, comprising seven new monumental sculptures fabricated in Cor-Ten steel. Each sculpture juxtaposes components adapted from Kahn’s abstract canvas paintings with “readymade” items from his domestic life. 

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Karen Kilimnik
Karen Kilimnik
The New Yorker Johanna Fateman Press June 20, 2022

Karen Kilimnik's exhibition, Early Drawings 1976 – 1998, is reviewed by Johanna Fateman for Goings On About Town in The New Yorker. Fateman writes, "The diverse works on view are unified by the artist’s inimitable hand and wry humor—and by their lustrous gilt frames, which strike the perfect note of irony, fantasy, and understated camp."

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Louisa Gagliardi
Louisa Gagliardi
Flash Art Louisa Elderton Press Summer 2022

Artist Louisa Gagliardi recently spoke to Louisa Elderton about her large-scale painting for the 2022 edition of Art Basel Unlimited. Gagliardi describes the work in reference to an atmosphere of “opening random doors and observing whatever scenes hide behind them. That’s what I want the work to feel like. Sometimes you open a door to an empty room that has a peaceful stillness, but it’s still eerie because of the potential for activation...” 

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Ugo Rondinone
Ugo Rondinone
Ocula Magazine Stephanie Bailey Press April 27, 2022

Ugo Rondinone's solo exhibition, burn shine fly, at Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista in Venice is the subject of a feature by Stephanie Bailey on Ocula Magazine. The feature discusses how Rondinone's artworks reflect on common experiences of love and loss, particularly in relation to works by the late John Giorno. 

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Carroll Dunham
Carroll Dunham
The New Yorker Naomi Fry Press April 3, 2022

At seventy-two, Carroll Dunham is one of the most successful and well-respected American painters of his generation. The artist recently sat down with the writer Naomi Fry for a conversation about painting, the body, repression, and family.

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Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Die Welt Sabine B. Vogel Press March 31, 2022

Eva Presenhuber discusses her return to her home country of Austria and why she has decided to open a gallery in Vienna after years of operating out of Zurich and New York. Tobias Pils introduces his inaugural exhibition, Between Us Space, featuring Gerwald Rockenshaub, and reveals how the collaboration came about.

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall
W Magazine Emma Leigh Macdonald Press March 7, 2022

Chase Hall discusses his debut solo show in Europe—a collection of paintings and portraiture titled Clouds in My Coffee on view at Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zurich. Despite exhibiting internationally, many of the ideas he’s currently working through are rooted in American history.

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Tschabalala Self
Tschabalala Self
Vogue Marley Marius Press February 24, 2022

At the Performa Biennial last October, artist Tschabalala Self presented her first-ever live performance. Besides writing the script and directing the actors, Self also painted the backdrop and designed the costumes, produced in a special collaboration with UGG. The first seven pieces from UGG x TS will be available online and in selected stores on March 1.

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Doug Aitken
Doug Aitken
ARTnews Shanti Escalante-De Mattei Press February 15, 2022

Doug Aitken’s awe-inspiring work comments on the aesthetics of the future and the conflict between modernity and nature. Now, he is pushing his eye-popping sensibility even further with a new exhibition that spans four galleries in different cities and exists mainly in the form of virtual reality. Learn more about booking your VR experience in Zurich here

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall
ARTnews Maximilíano Durón Press February 8, 2022

Galerie Eva Presenhuber, which maintains locations in Zurich and New York, and is set to open another in Vienna, will now represent Chase Hall, whose work is currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in a show of Black portraiture. Hall’s first solo exhibition with the gallery will open at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Waldmannstrasse, Zurich, on March 4.

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Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Artnet News Kate Brown Press January 20, 2022

Eva Presenhuber will open her second gallery since the beginning of the pandemic, this time in Vienna. The gallery will open on April 2 with an exhibition of Austrian native Tobias Pils, featuring an intervention by fellow Austrian Gerwald Rockenschaub.

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Performance rehearsal photograph of four actors
Tschabalala Self
Frieze Alexandra M. Thomas Press October 22, 2021

At Performa 2021, Tschabalala Self will bring to life characters from her paintings in a performance entitled Sounding Board. Understanding this commission as an invitation to experiment with the medium of performance, Self has written and designed an intimate work of theatre.

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Full-length portrait of Amy Feldman in her studio
Amy Feldman
TheGuide.art Osman Can Yerebakan Press October 18, 2021

Amy Feldman’s paintings have been gray for over a decade, a commitment which would be bold were it not so seemingly innate. In the Brooklyn-based artist’s alluringly abstract works, shapes float amidst gray-washed cosmoses layered with coats of gesso, paint, and more paint.

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Painting by Steven Shearer, The Collector's Visit 2019 Oil on canvas; artist frame 56 x 49 cm / 22 x 19 3/8 in
Steven Shearer
Artforum Mitchell Anderson Press September 21, 2021

Much recent figurative painting has sought, admirably but with some obviousness, to invert and destroy the genre’s entrenched hierarchies. More subtle is Steven Shearer’s examination of portraiture through the lens of those who construct and consume it. 

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Photograph of Adam Pendleton crouching in front of one of his silkscreen artworks
Adam Pendleton
The New York Times Siddhartha Mitter Press September 10, 2021

Adam Pendleton is rethinking the museum. Who Is Queen? at MoMA is the artist’s most personal and ambitious show yet, exploring how we might live beyond labels in American society. “I want to overwhelm the museum,” he said.

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