Scott Indrisek

GARAGE Magazine Issue 17

Carrie Oyama's Work Transcends the Canvas

The fashion label Agnona's collaboration with Creative Growth Art Center, means you can now take the artist's work with you, anywhere you want.
Scott Indrisek
10.4.19
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Ridley Howard's Voyeur View

Five ways of seeing the artist's chic, uncanny paintings.
Scott Indrisek
9.29.19
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Painter Marcus Jahmal Doubles Down

The artist, whose new show just opened at Almine Rech, counts Thom Browne, dice games, and his dog as inspirations.
Scott Indrisek
9.15.19
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Slime, Bald Dudes, and Siberian Throat Singing? Welcome To Mika Rottenberg's Mind

The artist's latest work, 'Spaghetti Blockchain,' debuts at the New Museum.
Scott Indrisek
7.3.19
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What Does 'Radical Love' Mean To You?

For these artists, there’s no one right answer.
Scott Indrisek
7.2.19
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Hito Steyerl’s 'Drill' Misses its Mark

A meandering new work shows how political art can fail
Scott Indrisek
6.28.19
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More Than Just 'Beautiful People'

John Edmonds seeks an elusive 'X factor' in his subjects
Scott Indrisek
6.11.19
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The Whitney Biennial 'Almost Put Kanye In The Toilet'

Photographer Heji Shin sounds off on the exhibition, Steve Bannon, and the 'almost hysterical fear of ambiguity in art.'
Scott Indrisek
5.20.19
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Surrealism Under the Volcano

A new exhibition explores the mid-century creative explosion in Mexico.
Scott Indrisek
5.10.19
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Hilma af Klint Proved That “Popular” Doesn’t Have to Mean “Stupid”

After the Guggenheim’s smash success, 6 artists who could become intelligent blockbusters.
Scott Indrisek
5.8.19
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Frieze New York Is An Art Fair That Won’t Make You Miserable

Imagine that!
Scott Indrisek
4.26.19
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Robert Longo’s “Amerika” Is One Frightening Place to Live

The New York artist isn't preaching to the choir, he’s “screaming at the choir.”
Scott Indrisek
4.25.19
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