Tag Archives: Alex Greenberger


Ticket Masters: Takashi Murakami’s Designs Take to the Slopes

The slope at Buttermilk, a ski park in Aspen, Colorado, is home to the extreme sports competition the Winter X Games and, on average, 300 inches of snow per year. In addition to intense weather and feats of athletic prowess, … Read More

Cameron, Dark Angel, n.d., ink and paint on paper, 36¾" x 23½". COURTESY THE CAMERON PARSONS FOUNDATION AND NICOLE KLAGSBRUN

Cameron at Jeffrey Deitch

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Apocalypse Now: Shezad Dawood on His New Post-Brooklyn Film

Over the past decade, Shezad Dawood’s films have involved aliens, the occult, mysticism, and apocalypses. Even weirder than the London-based artist’s subject matter is that much of it is couched in truth. Piercing Brightness (2013) takes its sci-fi plot from … Read More

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, The Treachery of the Moon (still), 2012, single-channel video, 12 minutes, 36 seconds. Tyler Rollins Fine Art. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND TYLER ROLLINS FINE ART, NEW YORK

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook at SculptureCenter and Tyler Rollins Fine Art

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10 Painstakingly Crafted Data Portraits That Reveal Strange Details of People’s Lives

What’s in a data portrait? Artists look to selfies, tunafish sandwiches, relationship advice, and more for the answer Read More