Of the duelling ideological strands running through modernism—proclamations of utopian progress twined with on-the-ground disaster—British curator David Campany attends to the latter, focusing on the 20th century’s repressed underside— decay, debris and death. Keep Reading
Michael Lin’s temporary commission for the private art foundation Museo Jumex is a hand-painted floor that occupies 1,300 square metres across the museum’s plaza and through the building’s main level. The work is based on a traditional tablecloth design, one found in inexpensive restaurants in Mexico and one that echoes textile designs from Lin’s native Taiwan. Keep Reading
Angell Gallery’s parallel exhibitions of Janine Miedzik’s “Tie-Dye for Germans” and John Eisler’s “Lantern” bring together two artists for whom play is serious business. Keep Reading
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