Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler's work Missing Truffaut is now installated at The Contemporary Austin's Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria!
Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective, 1999–2016 opens at the Brooklyn Museum on April 21. If you missed the show at The Contemporary Austin last year, here's your chance to see its newest iteration. Through August 14.
Richard Forster's work can be seen in the new exhibition, Double Take: Drawing and Photography, at The Photographers' Gallery in London, opening April 15. The exhibition includes work by ten artists, including László Moholy-Nagy and Marcel Broodthaers. Through July 3.
Frank Selby: High Writer has just been reviewed in The Austin Chronicle. "This show's eight works offer a rewarding investigation into the relationship between objects and images of them." Read more here. Exhibition on view through May 28.
The Guardian has just reviewed Richard Forster's new exhibition at the De La Warr Pavilion. "Above all, with their curious edits and perspectives, and super-smooth draughtsmanship, these images make the horror of town planning into an eerily graceful abstraction." Read the full article here.
Carl Hammoud has a new interview online at the Need Supply Co. blog, featuring some beautiful images and a sneak peek at a few of his newest paintings, which will be included in his next show at LRG, opening April 2!
Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony opens on March 23 at the Noguchi Museum in New York. This exhibition marks the first time in the museum's 30-year history that a single artist other than Noguchi has been the focus of a solo presenation. Learn more here and sign up to attend a tea ceremony at the museum.
Richard Forster has a new solo exhibition, Levittown, opening at the De La Warr Pavilion (East Sussex, United Kingdom) on Saturday, March 26. "The new work has evolved from Forster's extensive research into an archive of found images, plans and drawings of Levittown, the prototypical American suburban housing project of 1947. Levittown highlights the complicated relationships characteristic of a particularly American time and place, and is a timely dialogue with the pioneering European modernity evident in the architecture of the De La Warr Pavilion: dialectic between hope and failure, vision and compromise, individualism and socialism." The exhibition runs through June 6; learn more here.
Moderneast magazine has a new interview with Noriko Ambe, which features many beautiful images of her work. Read it here.
Tom Molloy: Wait opens at the Centre Culturel Irlandais on March 17 in Paris. Born in Ireland, "for the last five years Tom Molloy has lived in France and, for his exhibition at CCI, has created a number of new works examining various aspects of his adopted country from the position of the outsider." On view through April 30.
Noriko Ambe's work is now on view in Between the Covers: Altered Books in Contemporary Art at the Everhart Museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The exhbition features more than 20 artists and their unique approaches to incorporating books into their practice. "In answer to the looming demise of the printed publication, the exhibition argues that in giving books new life as unique works of art, the artists are opening up fresh possibilities of meaning and relevance." Through June 6.
Noriko Ambe's work is included in the inaugural exhibition of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive's landmark new buidling, opening January 31. Architecture of Life "explores the ways that architecture—as concept, metaphor, and practice—illuminates various aspects of life experience: the nature of the self and psyche, the fundamental structures of reality, and the power of the imagination to reshape our world." The exhibition is installed through May 29.
Congratulations to Arlene Shechet on her receipt of a 2016 College Art Association Award! Arlene was awarded the Artist Award for Distinguished Body of Work. See the full list of CAA winners at this link.
Watch Arlene Shechet discuss her one of her favorite sculptures in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in the museum's new series, The Artist Project.
Lora Reynolds answers questions from Thao Votang, Director of Communications at the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin, regarding her connection to Austin, the local and international art scene, and her personal passions in Conflict of Interest, now online! Read it here.