Posts written by Jarrett Moran
If paintings can be windows, R.H. Quaytman’s paintings are windows into the artist’s ongoing conversation with herself and with art history.
Balint Zsako’s intricate and surreal drawings defy explication. A man valiantly attempts to tear down a mechanical device full of protruding heads; a reclining woman is part of a machine built around a windowsill.
Think you look resourceful and outdoorsy with your Swiss Army Knife? What if it was made out of felt? What if it was called “the Manager”?
Gabriel Orozco brings two expansive new installations to the Guggenheim. Enter to win tickets to a conversation with Orozco and art historian Benjamin Buchloh!