Weekly Roundup

Pipilotti Rist, "Open My Glade", 2000. Courtesy UNstudio. Photo: © Katrien Franken.

Pipilotti Rist, "Open My Glade", 2000. Courtesy UNstudio. Photo: © Katrien Franken.

  • Curators Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos/UNstudio have invited 12 artists to exhibit work at Fort Asperen, a 19th century defense tower in the Netherlands. “Retreat” is the central theme of the exhibition. Season 1 artist Andrea Zittel participates along with artists Pipilotti Rist, Tobias Rehberger, Frank Havermans, Ann Lislegaard, Absalon, A.P. Komen/Karen Murphy, Jerszy Seymour and others. On view through September 6. Read more here.
  • Through September 6, you can see work by Sally Man (Season 1) in By Way of These Eyes: The Sublime, Exotic and Familiar at the New Britain Museum of American Art.  The exhibition, drawn entirely from collector Christopher Hyland’s private holdings, also includes photographs by Herb Ritts, Robert Mapplethorpe, Edward Weston, John Dugdale and Edward Steichen.
  • “The master of transforming incidental gestures into art worth thinking about is Richard Tuttle,” writes David Pagel for the LA Times. Read what else Pagel had to say about the Season 3 artist in his review of Thunk, a group exhibition at Khastoo Gallery.

Nicole J. Caruth is the digital content editor at ART21 and editor of the ART21 Magazine. Her writing has appeared in a range of publications, including ARTnews, C Magazine, Gastronomica, Public Art Review, and the Phaidon Press books Vitamin Green and Vitamin D2. A regular contributor to this site since 2008, she joined the ART21 staff in 2013.

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