Month: February 2013

Ragnar Kjartansson at Luhring Augustine

Originally published in What’s that Cat’s Story. â—Šâ—Š For all the impressive effort that went into its presentation, The Visitors, 2012, emanates languor and mellow sadness. The nine-channel video and sound installation is the Icelandic artist’s latest attempt to achieve a state of “divine boredom,” and The Visitors is a humble success. A soulful […]

Printed Matter after the Surge

Originally published at the Cluster Mag, and reposted by ◊◊ When Hurricane Sandy hit New York, the city’s art book powerhouse lost thousands of pamphlets, editions, and irreplaceable works of art. Cluster talks to Printed Matter’s development coordinator about how the venue’s work has changed after the storm. Printed […]