Artist Sadie Laska Curates “Animal Farm” at The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

An engaging group exhibition of pretty, powerful pieces that conceal unforeseen depth

A little over an hour outside of New York City, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center sits atop sprawling acres in suburban Connecticut. Far from an unlikely artistic destination, the center—designed by Richard Gluckman—has long played host to riveting contemporary art exhibitions. The most recent, “Animal Farm,” might be its most important to date. Curated by artist and musician Sadie Laska, the show presents more …

Interview: Curator Joseph Grima of Space Caviar

Reflecting on the artist's cerebral work at the 10th Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne

“Player Piano: A Subjective Atlas of a Landscape of Labour” was one of the most cerebral, engaging exhibitions we saw at this year’s 10th Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne. It was the final exhibition in the exploration of the Cité du Design, the event’s primary location. Here, the 1000-square-meter room appeared to be almost empty. A round, metallic stage sat in the middle of the former-industrial …

“Soft,” an Exhibition of Woven Art

Vans presents a textile-driven group show at LA's Superchief Gallery

There are artists who use textile development as the medium for their expression and there are those whose work translates well into the woven world. “Soft,” a Vans-sponsored exhibition running at LA’s Superchief Gallery, focuses on the latter—and one would be lying if they didn’t find the imagery featured in the show uncommon to the world of textile art. Curated by artists Sean Morris and …