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Greatest review of a hole ever. “Experientially rich, buzzing with energy and entropy, crammed with chaos and contradiction…”

Urs Fischer, the artist, called the hole “You”. 175 more words


Urs fischer - Horse / Fraud, 2010

Urs fischer. “Horse / Fraud” 2010. Silkscreen print on mirror-polished stainless steel sheets, polyurethane foam sheets, two-component polyurethane adhesive, stainless steel beams, aluminum L sections, screws. 11 more words


Urs Fischer

Made from wax these larger than life candles are always burning. Giving every museum guest a truly unique view. Also a big fuck you to the art community cuz how you gonna sell a pile of melted wax?

Urs Fischer: the clay artist

Urs Fischer: The Clay Artist

Urs Fischer is a very creative person; he creates very unique sculptures from things like clay, wax, plaster, and even papier-mâché. 192 more words


Urs Fischer and his Neo-Dada Raindrops

One of my favorite booths at Art Basel Miami Beach this year was Urs Fischer’s Green Raindrops, Horses Dream of Horses.  When you go to an event like this, it makes sense to bring your headliner artists and their greatest hits.   168 more words


Gavin Brown Goes to Chinatown: A Steven Pippin Show Opens the Gallerist's New Spot

A few steps away from the smelliest block in New York, nestled among dumpling-slinging holes in the wall and dusty shops with burners and jerseys for sale, is the new outpost of Gavin Brown’s enterprise. 640 more words

Welcome to Deitchland: After a Stint in L.A. Jeffrey Deitch Once Again Takes New York

The first thing I saw when I entered Jeffrey Deitch’s Oz-on-Acid fairly bonkers performance-stuffed party last Friday celebrating Live the Art—a brick of a coffee table book out from Rizzoli that documents the 15 years of his beyond wacky, insanely important art space, Deitch Projects—was the name of the impresario’s beloved bygone space done up in the font and design of a Brillo Pad. 892 more words