Richard Deacon’s “SOME TIME” at Middelheim Museum

The Belgium city's open-air art space hosts a striking sculpture show

Antwerp’s Middelheim Museum is a surprise that’s worth a trip to the Belgian city. The unique open-air sculpture museum—where nature and art establish a constant peculiar dialogue—is a 27-hectare institution that’s home to sculptures of several relevant artists of the past century. The current exhibition, British artist Richard Deacon’s “SOME TIME” is a striking, fascinating show made up of some 31 artworks. Internationally renowned, Deacon …

Pop-Up Magazine Tour

A new kind of storytelling performance, not recorded or filmed

Taking new non-fiction stories off the page and into the third dimension, Pop-Up Magazine is an unusual performance template aiming to keep the audience at the edge of their seats. Across a wide range of topics—pop culture, crime, science, food, politics, music—narrators will speak, making use of visuals (be it animation or film or photography) all the while an on-stage band performs the story’s “soundtrack.” …

The Game Worlds of Jason Rohrer at Davis Museum, Wellesley

An exhibition dedicated to one video game artist's work and career

For over 12 years, Jason Rohrer has lent his artistic vision and computer programming capabilities to the world of video game design. Along the way, he has elevated both artistry and narrative offerings. With that, accolades unfolded—including inclusion in MoMA’s video game art group show. As a new first, Rohrer is the subject of the first-ever museum exhibition dedicated to one sole video game artist. …

Fluid Panel State

Andrea Zittel's color block installations take over Andrea Rosen Gallery

“I have one of these at home covered in cat hair,” Andrea Zittel says, indicating a large, color-blocked woven panel hanging in “Fluid Panel State,” her 10th solo show at Andrea Rosen Gallery. The panel in question, “A-Z Cover Series 2 (Rust and Gold Geometric),” is one of dozens of wall hangings in the exhibition, which also includes a PowerPoint, woven clothing, smaller watercolor and …

F*Sho

Cleveland's fourth annual contemporary furniture show highlights local talent and hometown pride

Ohio’s North Coast recently hosted the fourth annual contemporary furniture show F*Sho on Friday 7 September 2012. Held in a former drill warehouse on the city’s east side, the one-day event featured work by 30 local furniture designers, including internationally known names such as Objeti and Stephen Yusko, younger talents like the members of 2nd Shift Design Studio, and a number of undergraduates studying at …