TV

Mark Flood Paintings Were on Television Last Night

(Courtesy CBS)

In case you were wondering, yes, folks, that was Zach Feuer’s gallery in last night’s episode of CBS’s Elementary. Maybe you were clued in by the text and lace paintings by Mark Flood? At one point, Sherlock Holmes notices that every third artwork in the gallery has a red dot next to it, indicating that it was sold. This looks fake to him, and, putting it together with some previous intel, he announces, “This gallery is a money-laundering front!” He also finds a dead body in a dumpster out back. Read More

human resources

London Calling: Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg to Lisson Gallery, Mark Flood to Stuart Shave

Nathalie Djurberg, still from "Snakes know it's yoga," with music by Hans Berg. (Courtesy Zach Feuer Gallery)

The artist duo of Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg are now represented by Lisson Gallery in London. (Lisson also has a gallery in Milan, and a by-appointment office in New York, on the Lower East Side.) The two create elaborate installations combining video, animation, sound and sculpture. (Ms. Djurberg handles the animation and installations, and Mr. Berg, a musician and composer, does sound.) They have been working together since 2004 and are based in New York. Read More

Openings

There’s Something About Mark Flood: Cameron Diaz Turns Up for ‘Hateful Years’

Dan Colen, Mark Flood and Cameron Diaz at the opening for Mr. Flood's 'The Hateful Years,' 2012. (Courtesy Mary Barone)

Barry Manilow and David Lee Roth—present in the form of grotesquely distorted photo collages—weren’t the only celebrities at the opening of artist Mark Flood’s career survey, “The Hateful Years,” at Upper East Side gallery Luxembourg & Dayan the other night. Cameron Diaz was on hand, and paused to pose for photographer Mary Barone (remember her people pics from the sadly now-defunct Artnet magazine?) along with Mr. Flood and the artist Dan Colen. Read More