We love the Maison Gerard, a chic little gallery in Greenwich Village that specializes in very fine 20th-century French furniture (Jaques Adnet, LeLeu, Jean-Michel Frank, etc.), as well as work by contemporary artists, craftsmen and designers. The Maison's current exhibit features a selection...

The string of threads stretches across the largest gallery of the Arnolfini; the threads themselves are stained dark red or brown, presumably as a result of the various processes followed in the morgue. By confronting us with the physical dregs of post-mortem examination, Margolles denies us...

Review by Charles Danby Following hot on the heels of Transition's inaugural ART BLITZ auction, a call to arms against impending arts cuts in the UK, the exhibition Fade Away retains a maxim of mass action and presentation, with the large group exhibition this time directed towards the...

In particular, the importance of cinema in getting 'beyond the real' is more than adequately acknowledged, with many shorts included throughout the exhibition and a major survey of Surrealist film showing at the gallery's cinémathèque over the next three months. The movement's early basis in...

Ann Gérard Cuir de Nacre is one of my favorite types of fragrances — a leather chypre — by one of the perfumers whose work intrigues me most, Bertrand Duchaufour. When I opened my decant, I wanted to be swept away by Cuir de Nacre's beauty. But then again, it wouldn't be so terrible if it...

sits in interesting counterpoint to the documentation of an earlier piece, Local Hero from 1992, in which Mach made a life-sized sculpture of Demarco's head out of coloured match-sticks in a tartan-style pattern, and then set it on fire in front of an audience, outside the Demarco Gallery....

Rye: Rye has been on my radar since I began working at ModCloth on our community team, where we review submissions to our Style Gallery. I'm proud to work at ModCloth for a number of reasons, but our ethos of acceptance and inclusivity is top of list. So when Rye submitted a picture to the...

Review by Emily Sack Lisson Gallery's newest exhibition highlights some of the recent works by Pakistani artist Rashid Rana. Rana works in photography but deconstructs typical photographic renderings and instead challenges the viewer to reconsider the world in which they live. The first two...

See our review of Abstract Critical@ Poussin Gallery in the February/March issue of Aesthetica. Out 1 February 2011. Image courtesy littlewhitehead and SUMARRIA LUNN. Reactions:

End, across from a noisy new construction site and in the midst of a row of hollowed out skeletal shop fronts you could be forgiven for the surprise at finding the large boisterous works of Michael White hidden amongst the churning hub of renewal taking place outside the small Duchy gallery...

 

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