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The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
A Tribute to Joyce Pensato August 2019
Time Out
Time Out
12 must-see paintings from the new Heimo Zobernig exhibition August 7, 2019
Apollo
Apollo
The Apollo 40 under 40 podcast: Simon Denny August 5, 2019
Forbes
Forbes
Joyce Pensato: Hello, I Must Be Going July 30, 2019
Contemporary Art Writing Daily
Contemporary Art Writing Daily
Dana Hoey at Petzel July 29, 2019
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Dana Hoey at Petzel July 29, 2019
Cultured Magazine
Cultured Magazine
Eye Mask: Fight Night with Dana Hoey July 29, 2019
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The New York Times
New York Galleries: What to See Right Now July 24, 2019
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Cosima von Bonin at Magasin III Jaffa July 1, 2019
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Musée
Art Out: Violence and Victimhood Panel July 23, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
Joyce Pensato (1941–2019) July 21, 2019
Forbes
Forbes
Chou Yu-Cheng And Tromarama, Edouard Malingue Gallery Visiting Petzel, 67th Street July 20, 2019
Garage Magazine
Garage Magazine
Seth Price’s Self as Tube July 18, 2019
Art-Agenda
Art-Agenda
Condo New York July 8, 2019
Galerie Magazine
Galerie Magazine
6 Must-See Artists Showing at Condo New York 2019 July 10, 2019
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artnet
Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week July 15, 2019
Autre
Autre
Dana Hoey Organizes Ladies Muay Thai Fight Night @ Petzel Gallery In New York July 15, 2019
Wall Street International
Wall Street International
Travelled, Shredded, Touched and Broken: Walead Beshty at MAMCO, Genève June 29, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
Max Beckmann in Dialogue: Cecily Brown, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Dana Schutz July 2019
Forbes
Forbes
The Feminist Artist Who Created The Selfie Nearly 100 Years Ago July 5, 2019
Apollo
Apollo
Selfie shtick – the many faces of Maria Lassnig July 5, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
Joyce Pensato, Who Made Cartoon Characters Complex, Dies at 78 June 24, 2019
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
John Stezaker: Love Summer 2019
The Architect's Newspaper
The Architect's Newspaper
Artist Simon Denny explores the effects of digital and physical mining June 19, 2019
TimeOut
TimeOut
MONA's new exhibition is a human-sized board game with global implications June 17, 2019
Art in America
Art in America
“Strategic Vandalism: The Legacy of Asger Jorn’s Modification Paintings” June 1, 2019
The Guardian
The Guardian
From Giant Board Games to Amazon's Worker Cage: Simon Denny's Dark Arts June 11, 2019
Riot Material
Riot Material
Burnt Offerings In Ross Bleckner’s Pharmaceutria June 10, 2019
Border Crossings
Border Crossings
Dana Schutz May 2019
Art Newspaper
Art Newspaper
Canary In the Coal Mine: Simon Denny On His New Show About Mining Data and Minerals June 5, 2019
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ARTnews
Cosima von Bonin at House of Gaga, Mexico City June 3, 2019
Mousse Magazine
Mousse Magazine
How Deep is the Ocean?: Cosima von Bonin Summer 2019
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
Art in the dark: Dark Mofo May 31, 2019
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artnet News
‘I View All Space as Public’: Sarah Morris Explains Why Nothing Is Off Limits in Her New Paintings and Films May 23, 2019
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Sarah Morris cuts through the noise at White Cube May 18, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
Previews: “SIMON DENNY: MINE” May 2019
ARTnews
ARTnews
Petzel Gallery Now Represents Derek Fordjour April 29, 2019
Brisbane Times
Brisbane Times
My art is a way of trying to create cosmos out of chaos, says John Stezaker September 22, 2018
Interview Magazine
Interview Magazine
THE 10 BEST ART SHOWS OF 2017 December 25, 2017
Hypebeast
Hypebeast
Influential Artist Joyce Pensato to Launch "The No Pants Fizz Show" at NANZUKA April 16, 2019
ARTnews
ARTnews
‘Beijing Is Not a Static Place’: A Report from the Chinese Capital’s Gallery Weekend June 21, 2018
The National
The National
An entirely different view of Abu Dhabi: Sarah Morris's film is the first commissioned work for the Guggenheim's permanent collection November 15, 2018
Town and Country Magazine
Town and Country Magazine
Sarah Morris’ vibrant new exhibition explores speech, sound and the movement of the metropolis April 11, 2019
Evening Standard
Evening Standard
The YBA that got away: Sarah Morris on her new exhibition and hanging out with David Bowie April 10, 2019
Time Out
Time Out
Ross Bleckner, “Pharmaceutria” April 29, 2019
The Art Newspaper
The Art Newspaper
Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend April 26, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
Ross Bleckner on His Comeback and Mary Boone April 25, 2019
Mousse Magazine
Mousse Magazine
Cosima von Bonin ‘Ocean and Caffeine’ at Magasin III Jaffa, Tel Aviv-Yafo April 2019
The New York Review of Books
The New York Review of Books
Houdini with a Brush April 10, 2019
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-first Century April 19, 2019
The New York Review of Books
The New York Review of Books
Impossible Pictures April 18, 2019
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
A Vision of Mass Media Compromised and Revised April 13, 2019
Dallas News
Dallas News
Blackout? Three shows create meta-exhibition of contemporary art in Dallas and Fort Worth February, 2017
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
Artist of Science Makes His Return March 7, 2014
Artforum
Artforum
Interviews, Ross Bleckner October 22, 2012
The New York Times
The New York Times
For Child Soldiers, a Chance to Wield Brushes, Not Arms April 28, 2009
Artforum
Artforum
TRANSCENDENT ANTI-FETISHISM March 1979
Cultured
Cultured
CHARLINE VON HEYL’S PAINTINGS TREAT STRUCTURE LIKE A GAME April 9, 2019
Frieze
Frieze
Tracing the Legacy of Asger Jorn, "Vandal' of the Vanguard April 5, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
The Week in Arts: The Criterion Channel, Charlotte Gainsbourg and ‘Queens of Mystery’ April 6, 2019
Mousse Magazine
Mousse Magazine
Shame, Sociality and Success, MARK GROTJAHN AND JONATHAN PYLYPCHUK February-March 2013
Flaunt
Flaunt
JON PYLYPCHUK November 9, 2016
artnet News
artnet News
David Ebony’s Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for July July 22, 2015
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Strategic Vandalism: The Legacy of Asger Jorn's Modification Paintings April 2019
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Robert Heinecken at Rhona Hoffman April 3, 2019
Surface Magazine
Surface Magazine
Jorge Pardo Continues to Redefine What It Means to Live With Art April 3, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now April 3, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
Dana Schutz April 1, 2019
Art in America
Art in America
Dana Schutz April 1, 2019
The Guardian
The Guardian
On my radar: Sarah Morris's cultural highlights March 31, 2019
artnet News
artnet News
Artist Adam McEwen's Latest Show at the Lever House is Full of Useless but Beautiful Objects March 15, 2019
Artsy
Artsy
Christchurch Shooting Gives New Sense of Urgency to Simon Denny Show March 21, 2019
Artspace
Artspace
Location, Location, Location: Artist/Architect/Designer Jorge Pardo on Why Context Is King March 28, 2019
Strategic Vandalism at Petzel
ARTnews
Six Superb Shows in New York: Jessi Reaves, Mimi Gross, Nolan Simon, ‘Strategic Vandalism,’ ‘Notebook,’ and Caroline Goe March 28, 2019
ARTnews
ARTnews
‘Making a Painting More Alive’: Charline von Heyl’s Hirshhorn Museum Survey Is a Master Class in Abstraction March 27, 2019
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Border Crossings
Border Crossings
Writing the Song of Myself: An Interview with Sean Landers March 2019
Mousse Magazine
Mousse Magazine
Jorge Pardo “Eccentric Reflexivity 1988–1994” at Petzel, New York March 27, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
“Harry Ransom Center Acquires Archive Exploring Photographers’ Creative Process” January 17, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
"Unearthing Photography’s Time Capsule" by Meredith Mendelsohn January 11, 2019
artnet News
artnet News
"In 1983, Four Major Photographers Worked Together on a Historic Project That Never Saw the Light of Day—Until Now" by Taylor Dafoe February 22, 2019
Time Out
Time Out
The top five New York art shows this week March 11, 2019
Asger Jorn, Fraternité Avant Tout (Brotherhood Above All) (1962
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23 High-Energy Gallery Shows Opening in New York This March That You Won’t Want to Miss March 6, 2019
Art Market Monitor
Art Market Monitor
A Legacy of Found Object Art at Petzel’s Asger Jorn Show March 5, 2019
Galerie Magazine
Galerie Magazine
Derek Fordjour March 5, 2019
Seth Price, Untitled, dye-sublimation print on synthetic fabric, embroidery, aluminum, LED matrix
ARTnews
Degrees of Mystery: B. Wurtz on Exhibitions Around New York February 27, 2019
Observer
Observer
Armory Guide: Everything You Need to Know for NYC's Biggest Art Fair Week February 27, 2019
Galerie
Galerie
Editors’ Picks: 9 Great Art and Design Events This Week February 25, 2019
Galerie
Galerie
Dana Schutz Confronts Whitney Biennial Firestorm with Bold New Works February 15, 2019
Garage
Garage
Adam McEwen Makes Us Question What is Real in Two New NYC Shows February 20, 2019
Cultured
Cultured
Artist Derek Fordjour Revels In The Game Toppling Expectations As He Goes February 15, 2019
Artsy
Artsy
Why It’s Refreshing When White Male Artists Doubt Themselves February 7, 2019
Artsy
Artsy
Artist Adam McEwen Is Making a Leap with Two Major Manhattan Shows February 12, 2019
Mousse Magazine
Mousse Magazine
As Is: Sean Landers February 8, 2019
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Dana Schutz: Imagine Me and You February 5, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
Dana Schutz’s New Paintings Just Might Be Her Best February 7, 2018
Frieze
Frieze
Picture Industry: A Provisional History of the Technical Image December 20, 2018
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Paintings of sport and art inspired by convenience stores and confession January 31, 2019
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
‘I Don’t Want to Be a Blip’: An Artist on the Rise Adjusts to the Spotlight January 30, 2019
Observer
Observer
NYC’s Stellar Season of Female Painters Only Underlines the Art Market’s Misogyny January 30, 2019
4Columns
4Columns
After Open Casket: the artist exhibits new painting and sculpture January 25, 2019
artnet News
artnet News
Editors’ Picks: 12 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week January 21, 2019
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Dana Schutz’s Paintings Wring Beauty From Worldwide Calamity January 28, 2019
Vulture
Vulture
Dana Schutz Takes Back Her Painterly Name January 17, 2019
Artsy
Artsy
Dana Schutz Stages Bold Return to Form after Whitney Biennial Controversy January 11, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
The Museum Is Closed? These Paintings Have a Digital Life January 10, 2019
Galerie
Galerie
5 Fabulous Museum Shows to See in Washington, D.C.—If the Shutdown Ever Ends January 10, 2019
The New York Times
The New York Times
After the Quake, Dana Schutz Gets Back to Work January 9, 2019
Washington City Paper
Washington City Paper
Charline von Heyl's Paintings Are the Best Thing at the Hirshhorn That You Can't See January 4, 2019
Artforum
Artforum
Yael Bartana: Philadelphia Museum of Art January 2019
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
Seth Price’s Digital Dissolution December 29, 2018
Installation view of Seth Price, Hell Has Everything at Petzel
ARTnews
The Year in, and Beyond, New York’s Galleries—Plus a Top 10 From All Over December 27, 2018
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Seth Price at Friedrich Petzel December 24, 2018
Financial Times
Financial Times
Sarah Morris’s work for Art Basel Miami Beach is sleek, graphic and uncompromising December 6, 2018
Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal
Charline von Heyl: 'Snake Eyes’ Review December 18, 2018
Art in America
Art in America
Charline von Heyl December 1, 2018
The New York Times
The New York Times
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week December 19, 2018
artnet News
artnet News
‘People Often Get Hung Up on the Search for Meaning’: Artist Seth Price on Why You Probably Don’t Understand His Work December 17, 2018
artnet News
artnet News
Art Advisor Heather Flow Suggests Four Chelsea Gallery Shows You Shouldn’t Miss This Holiday Season December 12, 2018
Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest
Jorge Pardo Crafts a Vibrant Dream House in Mérida, Mexico November 7, 2018
Artforum
Artforum
The Artists' Artists: Seth Price December 2018
The Washington Post
The Washington Post
How one abstract artist refuses to be boxed in November 30, 2018
Forbes
Forbes
Seth Price: Hell Has Everything At Petzel, New York November 28, 2018
Time Out
Time Out
Sarah Morris, “Midtown Paintings: 1998–2001” November 5, 2018
Seth Price Portrait
ARTnews
Consumer Reports: Seth Price November 16, 2018
Garage
Garage
Seth Price is Making Art With a Dead Squid November 8, 2018
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
Only Art World Insiders Get These Jokes November 6, 2018
Untitled, 2017, photo by Ron Amstutz
ARTnews
9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week November 5, 2018
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Seth Price with Will Fenstermaker November 2018
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Charline von Heyl with Raphael Rubinstein November 2018
Artforum
Artforum
Charline von Heyl November 2018
Garage Magazine
Garage Magazine
Sarah Morris Paints An Ever-Changing Midtown, Sans Nostalgia November 2, 2018
W Magazine
W Magazine
Helmut Lang's New Limited-Edition Cowboy Boots Are Almost Too Artful to Walk In October 25, 2018
artnet News
artnet News
Editors’ Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week October 29, 2018
Art in America
Art in America
Picture Industry October 24, 2017
Harper's Magazine
Harper's Magazine
Monday Gallery October 15, 2018
T: The New York Times Style Magazine
T: The New York Times Style Magazine
A Hotel Where Every Room Is a Work of Art September 11, 2018
Arte Fuse
Arte Fuse
Charline von Heyl at Petzel Gallery October 11, 2018
The New York Times
The New York Times
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week October 4, 2018
Frieze
Frieze
The Ever-Changing Charline von Heyl October 3, 2018
Cultured
Cultured
Gallery Peeping: The Best of New York Fall 2018 September 28, 2018
charline von heyl, new work
ARTnews
Daily Newsletter September 19, 2018
Frieze
Frieze
Highlights of the New Season Shows in New York September 21, 2018
Observer
Observer
Pop Erotica and 8 Centuries of Fantasy: NYC’s Fall Gallery Season Is Its Best in Years September 20, 2018
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Charline von Heyl at Petzel September 21, 2018
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
John Stezaker: Lost World September 21, 2018
Artforum
Artforum
Charline von Heyl at Deichtorhallen Hamburg September 2018
The Art Newspaper
The Art Newspaper
Charline von Heyl at Petzel Gallery is the show to beat this season in New York September 14, 2018
Modern Painters
Modern Painters
Wrestling With The Uncomfortable: Large-Scale Abstract Paintings Of Charline Von Heyl September 14, 2018
Forbes
Forbes
Charline von Heyl, New Work At Petzel Gallery, New York September 12, 2018
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Five Female Painters to See in New York Art Galleries September 8, 2018
The Japan Times
The Japan Times
Indulging in Post-Apocalyptic Nostalgia September 4, 2018
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Goings On About Town: Charline von Heyl September 7, 2018
Art Guide Australia
Art Guide Australia
Five on Five: Kylie Banyard on Dana Schutz’s Breastfeeding July 27, 2018
Village Voice
Village Voice
Can I Interest You in a Masterpiece? July 28, 2018
artnet News
artnet News
Christian Jankowski Guest-Starred on a German Crime Drama and Declared It Art. The Producers Say No, It’s Just a TV Show July 25, 2018
Wallpaper*
Wallpaper*
Maja Hoffmann and Jorge Pardo on creating a remarkable Provençal retreat July 2018
Conceptual Fine Arts
Conceptual Fine Arts
Who said art about other art is boring? (Christian Jankowski at Petzel) July 16, 2018
Forbes
Forbes
The Big Jankowski (Show) July 12, 2018
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
‘Chaos and Awe: Painting for the 21st Century’ Review: Trying to Corral the Uncorralable July 7, 2018
Galerie
Galerie
7 Artists to Discover at Condo New York 2018 June 27, 2018
Hypebeast
Hypebeast
Haroshi's Japanese Monsters Will Invade NYC's Petzel Gallery June 20, 2018
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Goings On About Town: Wade Guyton June 18, 2018
4Columns
4Columns
Seth Price June 8, 2018
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
Beer with a Painter: Joyce Pensato June 9, 2018
Forbes
Forbes
Just Who Does He Think He Is? Wade Guyton In New York And Zürich June 5, 2018
Artforum
Artforum
Cosima von Bonin Summer 2018
Art in America
Art in America
Cosima von Bonin June 1, 2018
The New York Times
The New York Times
Imagining a World Ruled by Women May 24, 2018
Artspace
Artspace
On the Many Benefits of Being a Difficult Artist: A Q&A With Jorge Pardo
Even Magazine
Even Magazine
Hidden Noise: Episode no. 11 March 16, 2018
Frieze
Frieze
Cosima von Bonin: ‘What If It Barks?' April 12, 2018
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
In Conversation: Cosima von Bonin with Eleanor Heartney April 4, 2018
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Cosima von Bonin at Friedrich Petzel March 26, 2018
Arte Fuse
Arte Fuse
Cosima von Bonin’s ‘WHAT IF IT BARKS?’ at Petzel Gallery March 21, 2018
Charline von Heyl - ARTnews
ARTnews
Charline von Heyl Painting Survey to Travel from Germany to Washington, D.C. March 14, 2018
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Goings On About Town: Cosima von Bonin March 10, 2018
Artnet News
Artnet News
How Artist Simon Denny Is Turning Board Games Into Hilarious Critiques of Digital Capitalism March 1, 2018
Texte zur Kunst
Texte zur Kunst
Rose-Colored Glasses March 2018
Forbes
Forbes
Sean Landers at Petzel Gallery March 4, 2018
GARAGE Magazine
GARAGE Magazine
A Former Slacker Artist Gets Real February 26, 2018
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
Q&A With Cosima von Bonin February 23, 2018
The New York Times
The New York Times
Heimo Zobernig: What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week February 7, 2018.
Wallpaper*
Wallpaper*
Jorge Pardo on the ‘rustic’ digital technique behind his laser-cut chandeliers February 6, 2018
The Washington Post
The Washington Post
For Dana Schutz, a new show after her controversial painting of Emmett Till January 29, 2018
The Plain Dealer
The Plain Dealer
Dana Schutz tackles Trump era anxieties in new show at Transformer Station January 21, 2018
Photograph Magazine
Photograph Magazine
John Stezaker: The Voyeur: Photoroman Collages, 1976-1979 at Petzel January/February 2018
Studio International
Studio International
John Stezaker: ‘I was trying to create a sort of photographic cubism’ December 19, 2017
Musée Magazine
Musée Magazine
Exhibition Review: "The Voyeur: Photoroman Collages, 1976-1979" January 3, 2018
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Goings On About Town: John Stezaker November 27, 2017
Interview
Interview
The 10 Best Art Shows of 2017 December 25, 2017
Dream Idea Machine
Dream Idea Machine
John Stezaker November 10, 2017
artnet News
artnet News
How Artist Derek Fordjour Turned Cardboard and Newspaper Into a Carnival Funhouse December 18, 2017
2-Times
2-Times
John Stezaker @ Petzel December 18, 2017
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Seth Price: Circa 1981 December 13, 2017
Flash Art
Flash Art
Seth Price ICA / London December 5, 2017
Flash Art
Flash Art
Willem de Rooij KW Institute for Contemporary Art / Berlin November 23, 2017
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
A Dreamy Carnival at the Children’s Museum in Harlem November 22, 2017
The Nation
The Nation
Building the Boat While Painting November 17, 2017
The Paris Review
The Paris Review
Mother Mold: Keith Edmier’s Frozen Faces October 31, 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Critic's Picks: Nicola Tyson - Drawing Room, London October 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Nicola Tyson: Sadie Coles HQ | Davies Street November 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Dana Schutz: ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston October 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Seth Price: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam October 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Thomas Eggerer: Petzel Gallery | W 18th Street November 2017
FAD
FAD
US artist Seth Price takes over the I.C.A for his first UK exhibition October 2, 2017
W Magazine
W Magazine
In the Era of the Impossible News Cycle, Artist Wade Guyton Is Translating Screenshots to Painting September 29, 2017
Keith Edmier- ARTnews
ARTnews
Casting Call: Keith Edmier Makes a Final Mask of Himself for ‘Mother Mold’ at Petzel September 7, 2017
Vice
Vice
My Manifesto: The Manifesto that Isn't September 6, 2017
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Walead Beshty May 6, 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Wade Guyton Peter Fischli David Weiss May 2017
Reflektor M
Reflektor M
Magic tricks of a conceptualist – ‚Seth Price - Social Synthetic‘ in Amsterdam, Stedeljik Museum April 20, 2017
Artforum
Artforum
Joyce Pensato January 2017
Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest
Provocative Statements February 2017
Studio International
Studio International
Rezi van Lankveld: ‘I pour paint to make a “happening” in the painting’ by Allie Biswas January 2017
Creators Project
Creators Project
How Andy Warhol, Christopher Wool, and Wade Guyton Reimagined Printmaking January 9, 2017
The New York Times
The New York Times
“Wade Guyton Packs Information in ‘The New York Times Paintings’” by Jason Farago January 2017
Art Observed
Art Observed
New York - Troy Brauntuch at Petzel Gallery Through December 23rd, 2016 December 2016
The New York Times
The New York Times
For Joyce Pensato, It's Not the Same Without the Ambient Muck December 2016
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
In Conversation: Troy Brauntuch with Allie Biswas November-December 2016
The Guardian
The Guardian
How would world be if women outnumbered men 10 to one? November 2016
Frieze
Frieze
Wade Guyton - MAMCO, Geneva, Switzerland November 15, 2016
Art in America
Art in America
Asger Jorn October 5, 2016
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
Envisioning Our Future States Through Crypto Currencies October 2016
Artforum
Artforum
Wade Guyton: Le Consortium/Académie Conti/Le Mur October 2016
Even Magazine
Even Magazine
Dash, Fragment, Bracket Fall 2016
The New York Times, 2016
The New York Times, 2016
"‘Cosima von Bonin,’ Swimming Against the Tide", by Jason Farago September 2016
The Village Voice
The Village Voice
Bitcoin is for Winners: Simon Denny's Crash Course on Cryptocurrency September 2016
Artforum
Artforum
Floral Imperative by Daniel Birnbaum September 2016
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
Blockchain Art Exhibitions Explore the Bitcoin Technology’s Future September 2016
The Guardian
The Guardian
Simon Denny: the artist explaining blockchain with Pokémon August 26, 2016
ArtReview
ArtReview
Asger Jorn: The Open Hide Summer 2016
The Believer
The Believer
The Artist's Novel July 12, 2016
a-n
a-n
A Q&A with... John Stezaker, collage artist and first-time curator, by Anneka French June 2016
ARTnews
ARTnews
Sailing Over the Kitsch of Everyday Life: Asger Jorn at Petzel, New York May 27, 2016
Time Out New York
Time Out New York
Asger Jorn: The Open Hide May 11, 2016
Studio International
Studio International
Stephen Prina by Allie Biswas May 2016
The Guardian
The Guardian
Maria Lassnig: under the skin, by Kathryn Hughes May 2016
L'Oeil de la Photographie
L'Oeil de la Photographie
Geneva: Dana Hoey, Body searches and role reversal, by Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret May 2016
Frieze
Frieze
Seth Price: 356 Mission, Los Angeles May, 2016
ARTnews
ARTnews
"Castles in the Sky: Adam McEwen on 'Harvest,' His Show at Petzel Gallery April 22, 2016
Artforum
Artforum
Critics' Picks: Nicola Tyson by Yin Ho April 2016
Blouin Artinfo
Blouin Artinfo
Midwestern Enigma: Stephen Prina’s Offbeat ‘Autobiography’ April 2016
Art In America
Art In America
Less Like Art: Seth Price as Author April 2016
The New York Times
The New York Times
Review: Adam McEwen’s 'Harvest’ Explores the Movement of People, Vehicles and Information March, 2016
Artdaily
Artdaily
First solo museum exhibition in the US by German painter Corinne Wasmuht on view at SCAD March 2016
Wall Street Journal
Wall Street Journal
Adam McEwen on His Upcoming Solo Show at Petzel Gallery February, 2016
Seth Price: Nothing More
Seth Price: Nothing More
Vice: The Creators Project
Vice: The Creators Project
Enter a Kaleidoscopic Dystopia Rendered in Ink and Charcoal February 2016
Frieze
Frieze
Scott Roben, “Thomas Eggerer” February 2016
Blouin Artinfo
Blouin Artinfo
Writing the Body by Chloe Wyma February 2016
Yomitime
Yomitime
Hiroki Tsukuda at Petzel Gallery January 2016
Juxtapoz
Juxtapoz
“Robert Heinecken’s Third Exhibition at Petzel Gallery” January 2016
artnet news
artnet news
Artist Hiroki Tsukuda Is Not Afraid to Get Weird in His First US Show January 2016
Elephant
Elephant
5 Questions with Hiroki Tsukuda January 2016
The Paris Review
The Paris Review
Enter the O January 2016
Art in America
Art in America
Corinne Wasmuht, by Hilarie M. Sheets January 2016
THE TALKS
THE TALKS
Sarah Morris: "There is no Outside" December 2015
X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly
X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly
“An Ex-Marine Thrashes Doris Day and Ansel Adams while Waving at Warhol” by Sheryl Conkelton Winter 2015
The New York Times
The New York Times
From Derek Fordjour, a Sense of Abandoned Ritual November 19, 2015
T Magazine
T Magazine
Influential, Late-'70s Paintings, Revisited by Julie Baumgardner November, 2015
Artnews
Artnews
Heimo Zobernig Awarded the 2016 Roswitha Haftmann Prize, by Hannah Ghorashi November 2015
Wallpaper
Wallpaper
Head case: Jorge Pardo creates a hall of mirrors at David Gill Gallery October 2015
Art In America
Art In America
Mark Prince, “Thomas Eggerer: Maureen Paley” October 2015
Hyperallergic, 2015
Hyperallergic, 2015
“An Artist Remixes Her Archive as an Act of Creation”, by Cynthia Cruz October 2015
The New York Times Style Magazine
The New York Times Style Magazine
An Uninhibited New Show from an Art-World Provocateur, Sarah P. Hanson September 2015
Artsy
Artsy
Yael Bartana on Israel, the Myths Underlying Nation States, and Being a Political Artist September 2015
Sculpture
Sculpture
A Conversation with Keith Edmier: Storytelling as Life Cycle by Jade Dellinger September 2015
Art Agenda
Art Agenda
Willem de Rooij’s ‘Legal Noses’ by Jennifer Piejko July 2015
Paper Magazine
Paper Magazine
The 10 Must-See Art Shows to Check Out in July July 01, 2015
TOWN & COUNTRY
TOWN & COUNTRY
Sarah Morris Brings "Strange Magic" to Art Basel's Unlimited show June 2015
Flaunt Magazine
Flaunt Magazine
Imagine, If You Will, For Once, That Nothing Is Lost, That All is Right Where You Left It Summer 2015
ARTSPACE
ARTSPACE
Sarah Morris on Uncovering Conspiracies in the Art-Luxury Industrial Complex June 2015
Artforum
Artforum
Critics' Pick "Drawings: Studies for Works 2000-2015"
Frieze
Frieze
Charline von Heyl, by Scott Roben May 2015
Artforum
Artforum
1000 Words: Simon Denny Talks About Secret Power May 2015
The New York Times
The New York Times
10 Galleries to Visit in Chelsea by Roberta Smith April 17, 2015
The Guardian
The Guardian
John Stezaker: Film Works review - an overwhelming onrush of images, by Laura Cumming April 2015
Border Crossings
Border Crossings
I like the World and the World Likes Me, Robert Enright Spring 2015
Art In America
Art In America
Willem de Rooij April 2015
The New York Times
The New York Times
Allan McCollum’s One-of-a-Kind Shapes in ‘For the Millions/Just for You’ by Randy Kennedy April 2015
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
In Paintings and Collage, the Beginnings of a New Language, by Cynthia Cruz April 2015
Mousse
Mousse
Critical Trolling, interview with Simon Denny & Matt Goerzen April, 2015
Interview Magazine
Interview Magazine
A Canvas the Color of the Wall by Allan McCollum
HARPER'S BAZAAR
HARPER'S BAZAAR
Sarah Vezes 2 March 2015
Haaretz
Haaretz
Artist Yael Bartana taps into the Jewish-Diaspora zeitgeist February 2015
Art in America - 2015
Art in America - 2015
"Sean Landers" by Dennis Kardon
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
In Conversation: Yael Bartana with Sara Roffino February 2015
Art in America, 2015
Art in America, 2015
"Lazy Susan's Long Hangover", by Faye Hirsch 2015
Blouin Artinfo
Blouin Artinfo
Fire or Ice: Yael Bartana Films Screen at Petzel January 2015
Artforum
Artforum
Walead Beshty: Petzel Gallery December 2014
sleek
sleek
The irrational object: an interview with Adam McEwen
Time Out New York
Time Out New York
"North American Mammals" by Joseph R. Wolin
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
“Hard truths underline Robert Heinecken exhibition at Hammer” by Sharon Mizota November 2014
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Derek Fordjour The Big Game October 3, 2014
Interview Magazine
Interview Magazine
John Stezaker’s Shadowed Land, by Meryn Chimes October 2014
Border Crossings
Border Crossings
Too Little and Too Much–All the Time: Charline von Heyl and the Life of Painting, by Robert Enright and Meeka Walsh Fall 2014
Huffington Post
Huffington Post
The Art of Possibility: Allan McCollum’s Perfect Couples by Lori Zimmer September 2014
Visionaire
Visionaire
Allan McCollum’s Perfect Couples, by Lars Byrresen Petersen September 2014
The Guardian
The Guardian
John Stezaker: ‘cutting a photograph can feel like cutting through flesh’, by Sean O’Hagan March 2014
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Her: The radically prescient self-portraits of Maria Lassnig at MOMA PS1 by Andrea K. Scott March 2014
Socks Studio
Socks Studio
An Exploration of the Generic: Allan McCollum's "Over Ten Thousand Individual Works" January 2014
Artforum
Artforum
David Joselit, "Time Zones." January 2014
Frieze
Frieze
Brazil: 9th Bienal do Mercosul, Porto Alegre December 2013
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dirk Skreber’s exhibit at Milwaukee Art Museum captivates with catastrophe, by Mary Louise Schumacher December 2013
Contemporary Art Daily
Contemporary Art Daily
Rezi van Lankveld at The Approach November 2013
The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
Peter Plagens, “Passion and Talent in Large Doses” October 2013
Artforum
Artforum
Design Beyond Reach Summer 2013
W Magazine
W Magazine
Charline von Heyl: In the Abstract September 2013
Art in America
Art in America
Maria Lassnig's Body Awareness by Travis Jeppesen June, 2013
Art Journal, 2012
Art Journal, 2012
"Ground Control: Painting in the Work of Cosima von Bonin", by Gregory H. Williams 2012
Interview Magazine
Interview Magazine
Troy Brauntuch’s Dark Matter by Hannah Mandel May 2013
Art in America Interview
Art in America Interview
by Steel Stillman May 2013
Freunde von Freunden
Freunde von Freunden
Hiroki Tsukuda: Artist, Apartment and Studio, Shibuya, Tokyo May 2013
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Art Review: Georg Herold ‘Dear Hunter’ at Perry Rubenstein Gallery by David Pagel May 2013
Huffington Post
Huffington Post
The Phantom Sex, Priscilla Frank February 2013
Elephant
Elephant
Walead Beshty: Invisible Transformations Winter 2013-2014
Huffington Post
Huffington Post
Dirk Skreber 'Pain(t)ology': German Artist Talks Drones, Pussy Riot And Pentagon Conspiracies, Katherine Brooks February 2013
Art in America
Art in America
Painting in the Age of Digital Reproduction January 2013
The New Yorker
The New Yorker
Man and Machine: A Wade Guyton Retrospective October 15, 2012
The Collector Tribune
The Collector Tribune
Interview with Philippe Parreno at Fondation Beyeler July 2012
Seth Price / Tim Hamilton Fashion Show
Seth Price / Tim Hamilton Fashion Show
Video
New York Times
New York Times
Dana Schutz: 'Piano in the Rain', Roberta Smith June 2012
Brooklyn Rail
Brooklyn Rail
Dana Schutz with Jarrett Earnest June 2012
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
The Daily Practice of the Impossible, John Yau May 2012
Texte Zur Kunst
Texte Zur Kunst
A Painting is a TV That Doesn't Work March 2010
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and JRP|Ringier – 2011
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and JRP|Ringier – 2011
"Call Me Ishmael" by Cynthia Daignault
Hyperallergic
Hyperallergic
Paint it Back, Blacker, and Blackest February 2012
The Brooklyn Rail
The Brooklyn Rail
Studio visit: Joyce Pensato February 2012
The New York Observer
The New York Observer
Black and White in Color: 'Joyce Pensato: Batman Returns' January 2010
Art in America
Art in America
Mining The Field, by Joe Fyfe December 2011
Artforum
Artforum
Willem de Rooij: Friedrich Petzel October 2011
The Observer
The Observer
A Portrait of the Artist at Work by Will Heinrich September 2011
Frieze
Frieze
Showroom Dummies by Kirsty Bell Summer 2011
Frieze
Frieze
Jon Pylypchuk by James D. Campbell March 2011
Frieze
Frieze
John Stezaker: Capitain Petzel by Dominic Eichler January-February 2011
Time Out New York
Time Out New York
John Stezaker: Friedrich Petzel Gallery by Paul Laster January-February 2011
Afterall
Afterall
Artists at Work: Willem de Rooij November 2010
Frieze
Frieze
As We Speak October 2010
Bomb
Bomb
Charline von Heyl, by Shirley Kaneda Fall 2010
New Yorker
New Yorker
Critic's Notebook: Darkness Rising by Andrea Scott October 2009
Bomb
Bomb
Joyce Pensato July 2009
Frieze
Frieze
Its Own Reality, by Kirsty Bell May 2009
Frieze
Frieze
Point Counter Point May 2009
Spike
Spike
Innocence and Dirty Hands Spring 2009
Art Forum International
"Like It, or Not" Matthew Brannon on Lynn Spielel's TV By Design February 2009
New York Times
New York Times
Dana Hoey: Experiments in Primitive Living, by Roberta Smith January 2009
Parkett
Parkett
A Sensation of Asphyxia
Parkett
Parkett
A Polyphonic Conversation
Parkett
Parkett
Back to Her Future - 2009
Art in America
Art in America
Maria Lassnig: The Pitiless Eye by Carrie Moyer January 2009
Time Taken-The Work of Time in the Work of Art
Time Taken-The Work of Time in the Work of Art
Philippe Parreno: Just a smile in the shell by Christine Macel 2009
Theanyspacewhatever
Theanyspacewhatever
Philippe Parreno: DUST by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Daniel Birnbaum 2008
Frieze
Frieze
The Embarrassing Truth by Jennifer Higgie November-December 2008
Parkett 83
Parkett 83
"Double Negative" by Suzanne Cotter 2008
Artforum
Artforum
1,000 Words: Charline von Heyl, by John Kelsey October 2008
New York Times
Matthew Brannon Friday, June 13, 2008
Artforum
Artforum
Andrea Fraser on the art of Michael Asher Summer 2008
Canadian ART
Canadian ART
Serious PLAY: From Halifax to Brooklyn Summer 2008
Frieze
Frieze
Micro-Nation CAPACETE Summer 2008
Frieze
Matthew Brannon Questionairre May 2008
Artforum
Artforum
Rites of Silence: Johanna Burton on the art of Wade Guyton Summer 2008
Dazed & Confused
Brand new, second hand 2007
Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune
Childhood home is where the art is January 24, 2008
Whitney Biennial Exhibition Catalogue
Whitney Biennial Exhibition Catalogue
Matthew Brannon by Lisa Turvey 2008
To Say the Very Least
More Than You Know by Phillip Monk 2008
Art on Paper
Art on Paper
Tongue in Radical Chic: The guilty pleasures of looking at Matthew Brannon's slyly subversive posters by Megan Ratner May/June 2007
Interview Magazine
Tobias Rehberger by Elvis Mitchell May 2007
Whitney Museum of Art at Altria
Chapter 11 by Howie Chen 2007
Artforum
Artforum
The Job Changes You by Tim Griffin September 2006
Artforum
Artforum
Absorbed in the Action by Michael Fried September 2006
New York Times Style Magazine
New York Times Style Magazine
The Provocateur by Maura Egan Fall 2006
Spike Magazine
Spike Magazine
21st Century Portrait by Hans Ulrich Obrist Summer 2006
Uovo
Uovo
Innocent Accidental Unintentional Indulgent. Never. An Interview with Matthew Brannon by Rosa Vanina Pavone 2006
The New York Times
The New York Times
Allan McCollum by Roberta Smith Friday, September 10, 2004
Washington Post
Washington Post
Dana Hoey's Blatant Subtlety, by Michael O'Sullivan December 1, 2000
How to Provide an Artistic Service
An Introduction: by Andrea Fraser 1994
May I Help You?
May I Help You?
Andrea Fraser 1991
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