We’re living through an epidemic of protective coloration. There are paintings like tropical lizards that perfectly mimic art from across the room. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t still real work to be done on the surface, and the way that Robert Janitz goes about it, in his first solo show at Team Gallery, is with white or off-white oil paint and a housepainter’s brush.
Team Gallery director Miriam Katzeff announced today that after 10 years on the job, she will step down at the end of the month to devote her time to Primary Information, the nonprofit publishing organization that she has run with artist James Hoff since 2006.
Tabor Robak’s solo debut feels like one of the major events of the season. Using an arsenal of software programs, the 27-year-old Brooklyn-based artist has produced four taut, entrancing high-definition works, spanning 14 screens, that mark him as a trailblazer within today’s digitally centered art while signaling that work’s newfound acceptance by big-league galleries like Read More
Friday is your last chance to catch Santiago Sierra’s NO, Global Tour at Team Gallery.
It’s theology that looks like a math problem: Is it possible for a wall to have only one side? In her first solo show in New York, at Peter Blum Gallery, the sculptor Esther Kläs’s answer is yes. Using sheets of two-inch Styrofoam to build up monolithic forms, and Aqua Resin dyed in a postwar German palette of cement grays and morbid dark grays, she molds the mysterious, axiomatically impenetrable outsides of things.
New York video artist Alex Bag is now represented by SoHo’s Team Gallery. José Friere, the founder and director of the gallery, confirmed the move to Gallerist today and said that the gallery will host its first solo exhibition with Ms. Bag in March of next year, at its Grand Street location. (The gallery opened a second space on Wooster Street earlier this year, and Mr. Friere has said he plans to add artists to Team’s roster.)