By Clara Maria Apostolatos
FEB 2023 | ArtSeen
It is not easy to unravel the different strands of Andrea Frasers institutional critique, which remains as clever, wry and provocative as ever. The artist has opened her first US commercial gallery show in over a decade at Marian Goodman, a six-piece survey showcasing the artists decades-long study of systems of power embedded within the art system. Bringing together photography, film, and installation art, the show traces her longstanding commitment to addressing local and global issues of structural inequality and marks a shift in Frasers angle and attitude in her critical approachan incited reckoning with questions of social justice.
By Raphy Sarkissian
SEPT 2022 | ArtSeen
A leading champion of contemporary artmaking, Sean Scully has come to project his image of an artist as a formalist conundrum, as intimated by the above metaphor that exudes a sense of pathos.