Haley Mellin

Art

Watch People Break Shit For The Environment

GARAGE has the exclusive world premiere of Doug Aitken's documentation of "The Garden," his new installation at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
Haley Mellin
11.17.19
Art

N. Dash’s Disintegration

With new works on view at Casey Kaplan, the artist wants us to think about our everyday interactions with nature and the objects that surround us.
Haley Mellin
10.20.19
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Wyatt Kahn's Intelligence of Hands

The artist's new solo exhibition at Eva Presenhuber Gallery in New York exposes humanity through his process.
Haley Mellin
10.13.19
GARAGE Magazine Issue 17

Josh Kline's Water Damage

The dissolving images from the artist's 'Climate Change' project ask us to come to terms with the dissolution of American power.
Haley Mellin
9.20.19
Art

Seth Price’s Self as Tube

It's the post-conceptual artist's first European gallery exhibition of the works.
Haley Mellin
7.18.19
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Artist Leelee Kimmel Paints 'Like A Game of Twister'

This is the artist’s first solo show at Almine Rech, Paris.
Haley Mellin
6.26.19
Art

Taking Time with Mungo Thomson

Conversing on the artist’s archival impulse.
Haley Mellin
6.13.19
Art

Simone Leigh's 'Brick House' Is the Best Thing in the Hudson Yards Area

The monumental new sculpture gazes down 10th Avenue.
Haley Mellin
6.6.19
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Sheree Hovsepian and Paul Mpagi Sepuya Take Over Venice Beach

The two artists "engage transcendent abstractions of the body" in their new show.
Haley Mellin
3.25.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

How Hedi Slimane and Christian Marclay Created a Visual Sound For Celine

Tucked into Slimane’s explosive debut collection for Celine was a collaboration with artist Christian Marclay years in the making.
Haley Mellin
3.4.19
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Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist Are Hosting a Free Breakfast at Frieze

The "brutally early" artist’s breakfast is being held at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
Haley Mellin
2.14.19
Art

Sterling Ruby’s 'SPECTER' Is So Bright, Even Your iPhone Can't Properly Capture It

At the 2019 Desert X biennial, this fluorescent sculpture reflects the sheer escarpment of San Jacinto Peak.
Haley Mellin
2.13.19
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