Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait with Lowered Head, 1912. Oil on wood, 42.2 x 33.7 cm. © Leopold Museum, Vienna.

Egon Schiele, Self-Portrait with Lowered Head, 1912. Oil on wood, 42.2 x 33.7 cm. © Leopold Museum, Vienna.

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Artists and Prophets

In the large-scale exhibition titled Artists and Prophets. A Secret History of Modern Art 1872–1972 the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt presents an in-depth appraisal of a long, yet largely unknown chapter in the history of European—and most notably... continue reading

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David Panos’s “The Dark Pool”By Mihnea Mircan

A “dark pool” is a form of high-speed trading whose machinations take place outside the reach, and modicum of control, of regular markets. But rather than indict a hypertensive and extra-judicial financial system, David Panos’s “The Dark Pool” is concerned with a different set of transactions, binding labor and the... continue reading

Reena Spaulings’s “Later Seascapes”By Stefan Heidenreich

We are all told again and again that in a more or less distant future, machines will take over—either in the form of an inverted big bang, a type of singularity, or over the course of a gradual transition. Even creative jobs will not be safe from the robot’s omnipotence.... continue reading

Daniel Malone’s “I&I”By Tara McDowell

Daniel Malone is not a painter, but his current show is full of paintings. And while it may be a solo exhibition, there are two artists in the room. The second is Colin McCahon—but more about him in a minute. Upon entering Hopkinson Mossman’s gorgeous, bright white gallery space, the... continue reading

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