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From the DS Archives: Without Reality There is No Utopia

Today from the DS Archives we bring you the 2011 exhibition, “Vision and Communism”at Smart Museum at the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL and the current exhibition “Without Reality, There is No Utopia” at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Both exhibitions address the effects Communism and politics have on culture and art. The following article was origianally published on November 8, 2011 by Randall Miller: On the night of[…..]

From the DS Archives: Christian Marclay

Christian Marclay has been blurring the boundaries between art, video, and sound for decades. His seminal video piece The Clock (2010) begins its tour at The Museum of Modern Art on December 21st. Can’t make it to New York? No problem! The Clock will also be on view at SFMoMA Spring 2013. The following article was originally posted on June 29, 2010 by Seth Curcio: This week,[…..]

From the DS Archives: First-Person Reality: I Am Not Free Because I Can be Exploded Anytime

Today, From the DS Archives takes another look at Sterling Ruby‘s 2011 solo exhibition at Sprueth Magers in Berlin. Early next month Ruby’s work will be in a group exhibition titled Cellblock I & Cellblock II, curated by Robert Hobbs at Andrea Rosen Gallery in Los Angeles. Cellblock I & Cellblock II will also feature works by Peter Halley, Robert Motherwell, and Kelley Walker. The[…..]

From the DS Archives: He disappeared into complete silence

Today from the DS Archives we take another look at the exhibition of Louise Bourgeois’s work at  De Hallen in Haarlem, The Netherlands. The Faurschou Foundation’s current exhibition, Alone and Together, presents and overview of Bourgeois’s seven-decade career. The following article was originally posted on November 24, 2011 by Georgia Haagsma:

From the DS Archives: The List Visual Arts Center at MIT

Today from the DS Archives we highlight past exhibitions at the List Visual Arts Center at MIT, and feature the upcoming exhibit, In the Holocene, which “explores art as a speculative science, how artists investigate principles more commonly associated with scientific or mathematical thought. The exhibition proposes that art is an investigative and experimental activity, addressing what is explained through traditional scientific means: time, matter, energy, topology,[…..]

From the DS Archives: Cool and Collected

Today from the DS Archives we bring you coverage of Kavi Gupta Gallery’s 2011 summer group exhibition including Nathaniel Donnett, Curtis Mann, Antonia Gurkovska and Theaster Gates. Gates’s work is currently on view at White Cube Gallery until November 11. The following article was originally published on August 9, 2011 by Marta Spurgeon: Outmoded by street festivals, public music events, movies in the parks, and trips to[…..]

From the DS Archives: Ernesto Neto

Today from the DS Archives we take a look back at Ernesto Neto. The Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso in Mexico City is currently exhibiting his  sculptures, drawings, photographs, and objects produced from 1987 to 2011, many of them shown for the first time. The following article was originally published on February 8, 2007 Written by Seth Curcio: One of Brazil’s most famous artists, Ernesto Neto creates room-sized environments[…..]