“The Art of Being Good” Exhibition at the Tallinn Art Hall

Reflecting on an international group show that analyzed the ethics of art today

Rising along the central Freedom Square of Tallinn, Estonia, the Tallinn Art Hall consistently hosts thought-provoking exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. One of three institutions comprising the historic Tallinn Art Hall Foundation, the gallery’s mission includes advancing the dialogue around art internationally. And with The Art of Being Good, a recent group show that featured 15 artists from around the globe, they dug into …

“Form Shapes Language” Group Show at LA’s Morán Morán Gallery

Stories told via sculpture, large-scale installations and more

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick Shapes have a way of speaking and “Form Shapes Language” (on now through 25 August) at LA’s Morán Morán Gallery is a great place to learn new ways to listen. The impressive group show brings together seven artists from around the world to share their take on contemporary, minimalist abstract forms. Small triangles poke onto big frames like teeth, blobbing bodies …

“Men I Love and Other Things I Think About” at Amy Van Doran’s Modern Love Club

Curator Gabrielle Sirkin turns one room into a study on humanity, emotion and interaction

When walking into the slender, shimmering jewel box that is Amy Van Doran’s Modern Love Club, a contemporary art blitz strikes from all angles. When the East Village space opened last year as a hub for Van Doran’s high-profile matchmaking work, she described it as a “store that doesn’t sell anything.” But with prime wall space, a glass storefront and many friends in the art …