Mexas

Mexas

Internationally recognized for his photographs of elderly bachelors and their domestic surroundings in remote areas of his native Finland, Esko Männikkö trained his camera on the inhabitants of South Texas […]

Blow

Blow

Alejandro Diaz characterizes Blow, the fruition of his residency at ArtPace, as a memorial. As a visual and environmental site, Blow comes to terms with the process of how one […]

Infinito Botanica @ ArtPace

Infinito Botanica @ ArtPace

Franco Mondini-Ruiz’s whimsical installations mediate the disparate worlds of the street vendor and the fine art collector. The artist works with concepts of accessibility, portability, and spontaneity to transform the […]

Square Words-New English Calligraphy

Square Words - New English Calligraphy

In his elaborate installation Square Words-New English Calligraphy, Xu Bing transforms the gallery in to a classroom. Conforming to a rigid grid, fifteen two-person desks are squarely oriented to the […]

The Sound of the Trumpet

The Sound of the Trumpet

An interview with Lewis deSoto by Frances Colpitt FC: Most of the work that you have done up to this point has been site-specific. Can you explain the working process […]

CRY

CRY

An interview with Dorothy Cross by Frances Colpitt FC: In the past, your work has dealt with the idea of location or site-specificity—I am thinking of the powerhouse project, of […]

Trajectory: How Am I Driving?

Trajectory: How Am I Driving?

May Sun was born in Shanghai, China, spent her formative years in Hong Kong and has lived in California since 1971. By way of introduction to her installation at ArtPace, […]

please watch your step

please watch your step

Upon entering a space populated by the works of Elizabeth McGrath, you will notice the near emptiness of the walls. Not the type of elegant economy associated with tastefully placed […]

Dwayne Bohuslav: Screen Memory

Dwayne Bohuslave: Screen Memory

Screen Memory, their multi-media installation at ArtPace, conceals the memory impressions of previous parasite works behind a bamboo screen suspended in the space and recollecting the living bamboo screen outside […]

PAL

PAL

Something goes on behind the closed door that leads into Leni Hoffmann’s site piece PAL. Anytime you pass by this door you’ll see light coming from under it, implying habitation. […]

Hand Not Hand

Hand Not Hand (detail)

Hand Not Hand features approximately 14 works installed in The Hudson (Show)Room and peripheral spaces. Works include two large scale, multi-paneled drawings of an atomic device and a ‘59 Cadillac, […]