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Heimo Zobernig.


Heimo Zobernig Awarded the 2016 Roswitha Haftmann Prize

The board of the Roswitha Haftmann Foundation has named Austrianartist Heimo Zobernig the winner of the 2016 Roswitha Haftmann Prize “in recognition of his sustained and diverse production and compelling body of work,” according to a press release. The prize, … Read More


Ideas Worth Spreading: Simon Denny Comes to MoMA PS1

Simon Denny is an artist who uses the jargon of tech as a readymade. His exhibition this month at MoMA PS1 is titled “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” after the influential 1997 book by Clayton M. Christensen that is notable for coining … Read More

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Adam Mcewen, 18th Street Water Cooler, 2012.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND PETZEL

Adam McEwen Joins Petzel Gallery

New York’s Petzel gallery now represents the British-born, New York-based artist Adam McEwen, who is known for immaculately fabricated graphite sculptures of everyday objects (like ATM machines and fluorescent lightbulbs), paintings of drama-filled text messages, chewing-gum bedecked canvases, and obituaries of … Read More

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Untitled work by Zobernig.


Heimo Zobernig Will Represent Austria at the 2015 Venice Biennale

Petzel Gallery has confirmed that its artist Heimo Zobernig will represent Austria at the 2015 Venice Biennale.News of Zobernig’s participation first broke via social media at the artist’s other international galleries.For more on the Biennale, check out The Wall Street … Read More

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Futuristic, Freaky, and Fetishized, Machines Take Over in New Show at Petzel

Artist Walead Beshty previews the new show he curated for Petzel Gallery, featuring work by Francis Picabia, Christopher Williams, Lee Lozano, Dan Flavin, and more Read More


Charline von Heyl: Unexpected Collisions

Charline von Heyl’s paintings revel in encounters between the geometric and the organic, the decorative and the figurative
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Yael Bartana, And Europe Will Be Stunned, still from Zamach (Assassination), 2007-2011, three-channel video and sound installation.

Let My People Go—Back to Poland

“And Europe Will Be Stunned,” Yael Bartana’s celebrated film trilogy introducing Poland’s Jewish Renaissance Movement, arrived at Petzel Gallery for its first New York showing–just as a new museum devoted to Jewish culture was opening its doors in Warsaw. Suddenly things got a lot “more real” Read More