The Gallery As Clubhouse

“The name “Société,” according to Daniel Wichelhaus, fit the bill for “something that said ‘brand,’ but that almost meant nothing.” Yet it’s not such an inappropriate name for a place whose projects often merge art with everyday life. Read more on Cultured.

‘You Know the Bird That Does That Crazy Mating Dance? That Was Me’: Petra Cortright and Marc Horowitz on How Their Personalities Mesh

Sometimes romances are born of charming chance encounters and novelistic meet-cutes. Other times, they begin with two people drunk in a hot tub. The latter was the case for Petra Cortright and Marc Horowitz, two LA-based artists who have been together for seven years, married for four, and who recently welcomed a newborn baby. Read full interview on artnet news.

From Richard Prince’s $5 Million Muscle Car to Bunny Rogers’s Inner World, Here Are 5 of the Best Artworks at Frieze LA

With her Oscars performance last week, Billie Eilish’s captivating sensibility—hypersensitive, at once guarded and vulnerable, defiantly self-determined—may have reached its biggest mainstream audience to date. That sensibility—which one might describe as a generational thing—is also alive and well in art, specifically in the work of the artist Bunny Rogers. Read more on artnet news.

Die Künstlerin Bunny Rogers

Bunny Rogers ist eine US-amerikanische Künstlerin und Poetin, straft das Vorurteil lügen, junge Künstlerinnen würden nicht beachtet. Die Kunstwelt nennt sie “Shooting Star”. Rogers hat keine Angst vor großen Formaten. Watch now on

Künstlerin Bunny Rogers im KUB

In der neuen Ausstellung im Kunsthaus Bregenz geht es um Trauer, Verlust und Vergänglichkeit. Die junge US-amerikanische Künstlerin Bunny Rogers beschäftigt sich in Bregenz mit dem Ausdruck kollektiver Trauer, etwa nach dem Columbine-Schulmassaker oder dem Tod Prinzessin Dianas. Watch now at

Bunny Rogers at Kunsthaus Bregenz

The artist, very much alive and turning thirty this month, has channeled her affective fixation on mourning and melancholia into an exhibition that will occupy the Kunsthaus Bregenz’s four mausoleum-like concrete floors—an appropriate setting for installations inspired by American funerals. Read more on Artforum.

Emo Artifice as an Archive of Feelings

In her installations, videos, poetry, and performances, Bunny Rogers not only evokes teen angst and depression, but also the emo icons through which she channeled those emotions at a younger age. These include the melancholic singer-songwriter Elliott Smith, the goth-punk version of Joan of Arc from the animated TV show “Clone High” (2002–03), and the jaded character Gaz from another cartoon series, “Invader Zim” (2001–06). Read more on Art in America.


According to Timur Si-Quin’s Transformers posters, there is a film and it is COMING SOON. Atop the generic graphics, which could advertise any number of iterations of the franchise, the artist has pressed bruised petals or littered the surface with delicate green leaves. The uncanny juxtaposition, adds a sense of play onto the deadening economic determinism of the modern Marvel corporation. Read more on TANK MAGAZINE.


本次展览的参展艺术家为来自中国的艺术家曹斐(1978)、陆扬(1984)、方迪(1987)和张培力(1957)。“微纪元——中国媒体艺术”特别展是对2001年汉堡火车站柏林当代美术馆举办的中国当代艺术家群展“生活在此时”的呼应和延续,都在探讨不同时期中国经济、政治、思想、科技上发生的巨大变化。Read in Chinese on Action Media.

CRITICS’ PICKS: Selbstbildnis at Société

“Selbstbildnis” examines the evolution of self-portraiture from the 1970s to today amid contradicting movements. While most of the artworks in the exhibition are pulled from the gallery’s roster of contemporary artists—Trisha Baga, Petra Cortright, and Ned Vena, among others—the show’s selection of historical pieces weaves a curatorial thread that deploys a meditative rather than disputative tone to complicate static notions of identity. Read full review on ARTFORUM.