Category Archives: exhibits

Moshe Safdie: A Retrospective

We begin with Habitat, Moshe Safdie’s revolutionary prefab housing constructed for the 1967 Montreal World Expo. His first completed design of 85 projects and counting, it is an exhilarating opening for a retrospective, and a lucky one – how many

Moshe Safdie: A Retrospective

We begin with Habitat, Moshe Safdie’s revolutionary prefab housing constructed for the 1967 Montreal World Expo. His first completed design of 85 projects and counting, it is an exhilarating opening for a retrospective, and a lucky one – how many

Weegee’s Naked Hollywood

“Hollywood is Newark, New Jersey, with Palm Trees,” quipped Arthur Fellig, the prolific and fearless photographer of America’s underbelly who was known as Weegee—like the ouija board—for his uncanny ability to be in the right place at the right time.

Weegee’s Naked Hollywood

“Hollywood is Newark, New Jersey, with Palm Trees,” quipped Arthur Fellig, the prolific and fearless photographer of America’s underbelly who was known as Weegee—like the ouija board—for his uncanny ability to be in the right place at the right time.

Seismic Shift: Lewis Baltz, Joe Deal and California Landscape Photography, 1944-1984

Joe Deal, reflecting on his landscape photographs of the early 1970s, wrote: “Why contribute, I reasoned, to the growing pile of photographs of an idealized American landscape while it was being chewed up before our eyes by advancing suburban development, interstate

Seismic Shift: Lewis Baltz, Joe Deal and California Landscape Photography, 1944-1984

Joe Deal, reflecting on his landscape photographs of the early 1970s, wrote: “Why contribute, I reasoned, to the growing pile of photographs of an idealized American landscape while it was being chewed up before our eyes by advancing suburban development, interstate

On Carlos Zanni//Oil Data//CIA//Three Days of the Condor

“It just means you are the sum total of your data. No man escapes that.”  —Don de Lillo, White Noise   Every minute, numbers track the actions of nations and individuals worldwide, adding to an already dense storm of data. Digits scroll

On Carlos Zanni//Oil Data//CIA//Three Days of the Condor

“It just means you are the sum total of your data. No man escapes that.”  —Don de Lillo, White Noise   Every minute, numbers track the actions of nations and individuals worldwide, adding to an already dense storm of data. Digits scroll

Venice Biennale – First Emirati Pavilion

For the May issue of Modern Painters I interviewed Tirdad Zolghadr, curator of the first UAE Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, which features the work of Lamya Gargash (above). A couple excerpts:   LK: Hasn’t the idea of a national pavilion been

Venice Biennale – First Emirati Pavilion

For the May issue of Modern Painters I interviewed Tirdad Zolghadr, curator of the first UAE Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, which features the work of Lamya Gargash (above). A couple excerpts:   LK: Hasn’t the idea of a national pavilion been