Month: October 2017

  • Review ~ Tom Sachs

    Review ~ Tom Sachs

    published on EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review Tom Sachs Tea Ceremony Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas [link] Sachs’ new focus, in coopting and hyperventilating the “religion” of the Japanese tea ceremony, manifests as highly American provisional approximations. Embodying the reductive apparatus of utilitarianism whereby traditional systems or concepts can become lightweight, cheap and nomadic embraces Eco’s “Travels…

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  • Review ~ DPMT7

    Review ~ DPMT7

    published on EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review DPMT7 Un Teatro del Nuovo Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnatti, OH [link] Elevating the ubiquitous structures of urban construction, the semi-temporary systems of renewal become the allegorical model for a new norm. An opera of the common displaced within the institution inverts and dissolves the typical, reversing context of exterior…

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