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Artist Erwin Wurm’s European Homes Are Full of Midcentury Treasures
Artist Erwin Wurm’s European Homes Are Full of Midcentury Treasures

The Wall Street Journal visits the Austrian artist in his one-of-a-kind homes across Greece and Austria.

Kader Attia Ranks in the Art Review Power 100
Kader Attia Ranks in the Art Review Power 100

For the fourth time, artist Kader Attia is featured in the ArtReview Power 100. The publication notes the upcoming Berlin Biennale, which will explore ‘repair as a metaphor for resistance and the reappropriation of heritage and narratives,’ under Attia’s direction.

The Confounding Lightness of Helen Pashgian
The Confounding Lightness of Helen Pashgian

The New York Times delves into the decades-long career of Light & Space artist Helen Pashgian, culminating with her recent shows at Lehmann Maupin and SITE Santa Fe.

The Pull of Palm Beach for Art Galleries
The Pull of Palm Beach for Art Galleries

Gareth Harris of the Financial Times speaks with co-founder David Maupin about the gallery’s return to Palm Beach, Florida.

Lehmann Maupin to Move to Larger Space in Seoul’s Hannam-dong district
Lehmann Maupin to Move to Larger Space in Seoul’s Hannam-dong district

Anny Shaw of the The Art Newspaper reports on the gallery’s upcoming expansion in South Korea, as young collectors boost a buzzing art scene.

 

Billie Zangewa: Silk, Stiches, and Feminism
Billie Zangewa: Silk, Stiches, and Feminism

In the BBC’s In the Studio radio series, journalist Vauldi Carelse visits Billie Zangewa’s home. Their in-depth discussion covers her practice and family, along with a trip to the artist’s favorite fabric store for new silk materials.

Helen Pashgian on Her Visionary Life in Color
Helen Pashgian on Her Visionary Life in Color

Light and Space artist Helen Pashgian speaks with Artforum about the evolution of her practice and her current Lehmann Maupin show, Spheres and Lenses.

McArthur Binion: Practice Makes Perfect
McArthur Binion: Practice Makes Perfect

In L’OFFICIEL, writer Tedd Loos speaks with artist McArthur Binion, who “reveals his ability to turn order and pattern into something reactive.”

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