Danh Vo, "We The People (detail)," 2011–13. Copper, dimensions variable. Photo: Filipe Braga. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris.

Danh Vo, We The People (detail), 2011–13. Copper, dimensions
variable. Photo: Filipe Braga. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie
Chantal Crousel, Paris.

Faurschou Foundation

Danh Vo

In an incredibly short time, the young Danish artist Danh Vo has gained great global recognition with his work, which is at once conceptual and poetic. The work We the People (detail), which will be shown at the Faurschou Foundation Beijing, is... continue reading

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Teresa Margolles’s “El Testigo”By Octavio Zaya

The testimony of the witness still has an important place among many artists and writers who identify their works with activist politics, dissidence, the subaltern, and the liberation strategies particularly favored in the last decade of the twentieth century. However, in these times, in which human testimony has been displaced... continue reading

Terence Gower’s “Baghdad Case Study”By ADAM KLEINMAN

On May 13, 1846, United States President James K. Polk went before Congress and asked for a declaration of war against Mexico. His rallying cry: “American blood has been shed on American soil.” While eleven Americans were killed and six more were wounded in what is now known as the... continue reading

Heman Chong’s “Of Indeterminate Time Or Occurrence”By Michael Lee

With his latest deliberation on narrative, text, and the future, Heman Chong offers a handsome presentation of paintings, text pieces, and a found book in his new solo exhibition “Of Indeterminate Time Or Occurrence” at Singapore’s FOST Gallery. Greeting you on one wall is a series of small paintings—organized in... continue reading

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