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Guardian Unlimited
SFMOMA’s reopening: a bonanza of contemporary artinstead of a ceiling, the ductwork has been left exposed for a rather predictab
SFMOMA’s reopening: a bonanza of contemporary art
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 14 days ago
instead of a ceiling, the ductwork has been left exposed for a rather predictable touch of industrial chic. We walk past a Jeff Wall light box not yet switched on, and pieces by Ai Weiwei, Matthew Barney and Richard Prince. Perhaps the most... Read more
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The New Yorker
Depth of Fieldpresent in the work of the other major practitioners of the new oversized color
Depth of Field
The New Yorker / Posted 15 days ago
present in the work of the other major practitioners of the new oversized color photography—Andreas Gursky, Candida Höfer, Jeff Wall, Thomas Ruff among them. Struth is the Sunday child of the lot. His huge photographs—city streets, people looking... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
In the studio with Heidi Earnshaw, one of Canada’s most prolific woodworkersof credenzas she created for Canada House, the Canadian High Commission in Lond
In the studio with Heidi Earnshaw, one of Canada’s most prolific woodworkers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
of credenzas she created for Canada House, the Canadian High Commission in London, sit alongside artwork by Emily Carr and Jeff Wall. Now, Earnshaw is about to broaden her reach through a project with Ethnicraft, a Belgian manufacturer that will... Read more
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Londonist
A Nation’s Theatre: Everyone's Coming To LondonIt runs from now-23 April. The Destroyed Room at BAC, looking at voyeurism and
A Nation’s Theatre: Everyone's Coming To London
Londonist / Posted 28 days ago
It runs from now-23 April. The Destroyed Room at BAC, looking at voyeurism and violation in response to a famous photo by Jeff Wall of ransacked possessions. From Glasgow's intense visual specialists, Vanishing Point. It runs from 27 April-1... Read more
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Washington City Paper
At the Sackler Gallery, Ahmed Mater’s Photographic Exploration of a Changing Saudi Arabiawatering hole. The pairing of old and new is jarring, to say the least. Other
At the Sackler Gallery, Ahmed Mater’s Photographic Exploration of a Changing Saudi Arabia
Washington City Paper / Posted 1 months ago
watering hole. The pairing of old and new is jarring, to say the least. Other images—monumental and direct in the style of Jeff Wall, Candida Hofer, and Thomas Struth—fill out the story of transformation. Mater documents branched walkways... Read more

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