Critic’s Pick. Marwan Bassiouni. November 2, 2022. Workplace, London.

Diary. Plus Ça Change. October 28, 2022. Coverage of Paris+ par Art Basel.

Critic’s Pick. “I Had a Dog and a Cat.” October 3, 2022. Georg Kargl, Vienna.

Critic’s Pick. Julian Rogers. July 29, 2022. Red Arrow Gallery, Nashville.

Interview. Jasmina Cibic. May 20, 2022.

Diary. Sweet Dreaming. April 22, 2022. Coverage of the 59th Venice Biennale.

Pulp Fiction: Kate Sutton on Shubigi Rao and her work at the 59th Venice Biennale. Artforum, April 2022.

Interview. Latifa Echakhch. Artforum, April 2022.

Critic’s Pick. Fulterer & Scherrer. March 9, 2022. Galerie Sophia Vonier, Salzburg.

Critic’s Pick. Kristian Kožul. October 22, 2021. National Museum of Modern Art- The Josip Račić Gallery, Zagreb.

Slant. There, There. Kate Sutton on Protocinema’s “A Few In Many Places.” Artforum, September 2021.

Diary. Stolen Moments. July 2, 2021. Report on the conference on “Unexpected Lessons: Decolonizing Memory and Knowledge,” Nairobi and Berlin.

Interview. Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy. Artforum, Summer 2021.

Critic’s Pick. Renata Poljak. October 7, 2020. Galerija Kranjčar, Zagreb.

Critic’s Pick. Andro Eradze. May 6, 2020. Kunsthalle Tbilisi.

Books. Nothing Happens. Kate Sutton on Andrei Monastyrski’s Elementary Poetry. April 28, 2020.

In Print. 5th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art. Yekaterinburg, Russia. Artforum, February 2020, 220-221.

Books. Socialist Media. Kate Sutton on Ana Ofak’s Agents of Abstraction. November 18, 2019.

Openings. Hana Miletić. Artforum. January 2020, 200-203.

Critic’s Pick. Anna Witt. December 3, 2019. Christine König Galerie, Vienna.

On Site. City of Dreams. Kate Sutton on the reconstructions of Skopje. Artforum. November 2019.

Critic’s Pick. Hew Locke. October 26, 2019. Hales Gallery, London.

In Print. Alex Ayed. B7L9, Tunis. Artforum. October 2019, 243-244.

Interview. Hamja Ahsan. September 24, 2019.

Critic’s Pick. “Concetto Spaziale.” September 3, 2019. LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina.

Preview. Eva Lewitt. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut. Artforum, September 2019.

Passages. Martin Roth. June 25, 2019.

Diary. Vienna Calling. June 21, 2019. Report on Erste Foundation’s “A Collective Exhibition for a Single Body—The Private Score” and the Vienna Biennale, Vienna.

Diary. Persons of Interest. May 9, 2019. Report on the 58th Venice Biennale.

Preview. Goshka Macuga. Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover. Artforum, May 2019.

Critic’s Pick. “Without Anesthesia.” April 11, 2019. 54th Zagreb Salon.

In Print. Hélio Oiticica. Galerie LeLong & Co, New York. Artforum, March 2019.

Openings. Gabriele Beveridge. Artforum, March 2019, 204-207.

Critic’s Pick. Mithu Sen. February 1, 2019. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York.

Diary. Train Spotting. December 17, 2018. Report on the Igor Zabel Awards and symposium in Ljubljana.

Passages. Geta Bră October 7, 2018.

In Print. Irene Kopelman. Witte de With, Rotterdam. Artforum, October 2018.

In Print. Tyler Coburn. Koenig&Clinton, New York. Artforum, September 2018.

Diary: Georgia on My June 3, 2018. Report on the opening of the Kunsthalle Tbilisi and the Tbilisi Art Fair.

In Print. Aslan Gaisumov. Emalin, London. Artforum, Summer 2018.

Preview. “Wael Shawky: The Crusades and Other Stories.” Aros Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus. Artforum, May 2018, 126.

In Print. Eva Lewitt. VI, VII, Oslo. Artforum, May 2018, 252-253.

Diary: Don’t Panic! April 16, 2018. Report on the 12th edition of Art Dubai and the Global Artforum.

In Print. Sanya Kantarovsky. Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin. Artforum, April 2018, 198-199.

Critic’s Pick: Teresa Margolles. February 9, 2018. French Pavilion, Zagreb.

On Site. Jasmina Cibic’s NADA Trilogy. Artforum, February 2018, 65-66.

In Print. The 4th Ural Industrial Biennial. Artforum, January 2018, 236-237.

Critic’s Pick: Anna Conway. December 8, 2017. Fergus McCaffrey, New York.

Critic’s Pick: “Starless Midnight.” December 8, 2017. Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.

Diary: Once Upon a Time in the West. November 30, 2017. Report on SVA’s Curatorial Summit.

Diary: Forest for the Clouds. October 2, 2017.  Report on the 8th Moscow Biennale.

In Print: Gorgona. Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. Artforum, October 2017, 264.

Scene+Herd: Now I Know How Joan of Arc Felt. September 11, 2017.  Report on the opening of the Lofoten International Art Festival in Lofoten, Norway.

In Print: Geta Bratescu. Camden Arts Centre, London. Artforum, September 2017, 338-339.

In Print: Iván Argote. Perrotin, New York. Artforum, September 2017, 326.

Preview. “Chto Delat: When We Thought We Had All the Answers, Life Changed the Questions.” MUAC, Mexico City. Artforum, September 2017, 179.

Critic’s Pick: “Wormwood” July 27, 2017. Ellis King, Dublin.

Scene+Herd. Faded Memories. July 17, 2017. Report on the opening on “FADEIN 2” and the launch of Balkan Projects in Belgrade.

Critic’s Pick: Hans Op De Beeck. July 10, 2017. Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

Scene+Herd: Harmonic Discord. May 30, 2017. Report on the opening of “How to Live Together” at Kunsthalle Wien.

Scene+Herd: Politics by Other Means.  May 17, 2017. Report on the 57th Venice Biennale.

Critic’s Pick: Harumi Yamaguchi. May 4, 2017. Project Native Informant, London.

Critic’s Pick: Rostan Tavasiev. April 2, 2017. Anna Nova Gallery, St Petersburg.

In Print: Cécile B. Evans. Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna. Artforum, April 2017, 224-225.

Scene+Herd: First Time’s A Charm. March 31, 2017. Report on the 1st Kathmandu Triennale.

Scene+Herd: Rainbow Connection. March 14, 2017. Report on the 1st Garage Triennial of Russian Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Future Offerings. March 3, 2017. Report on the opening of the 4th Future Generation Act Prize at the Pinchuk Art Centre in Kyiv.

In Print: Yuri Pattison. motherstankstation limited, Dublin. Artforum, March 2017, 278.

Critic’s Pick: Vlado February 27, 2017. Galerie Michaela Stock, Vienna.

Critic’s Pick: Tschabalala Self. February 9, 2017. Parasol Unit, London.

Scene+Herd: Condo Camping. January 26, 2017. Report on the second edition of Condo, a collaborative exhibition in London.

Preview. “Garage Triennial.” Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow. Artforum, January 2017,  117.

Preview. “Daniel Arsham: Hourglass.” High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Artforum, January 2017, 95.

Scene+Herd: Unfamiliar Territory. December 16, 2016. Report on the conference “What Art History?” and the Igor Zabel Award. Ljubljana, Slovenia.

In Print: Wook-kyung Choi. Kukje Gallery, Seoul. Artforum, December 2016.

Critic’s Pick: Carlos Reyes and Jo-ey Tang. November 26, 2016. Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris.

Scene+Herd: Eastern Block. November 14, 2016. Report on the opening of “My Sweet Little Lamb.” Zagreb, Croatia.

Critic’s Pick: Darius Mykšus. November 4, 2016. Kunstverein München.

Scene+Herd: Occidental Tourist. October 25, 2016. Report on Occidental Temporary, FIAC and the Paris Internationale.

Scene+Herd: Seoul Cycle. September 14, 2016. Report on the openings of biennales in Seoul, Gwangju and Busan.

Passages: Bill Berkson. July 22, 2016.

Scene+Herd: Brexit Wounds. July 19, 2016. Report on the 9th Liverpool Biennial.

In Print: Köken Ergun. Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow. Artforum, Summer 2016.

Scene+Herd: Bay Watch. May 24, 2016. Report on the relaunch of SFMOMA and “Open Engagement,” San Francisco and Oakland.

Critic’s Pick: Andreas Angelidakis. May 16, 2016. ALT, Istanbul.

Preview: “Shahzia Sikander: Ecstasy as Sublime, Heart as Vector.” MAXXI, Rome. Artforum. May 2016.

Scene+Herd: Crisis Management. April 12, 2016. Report on TBA21’s “15 Acts of Participation,” Vienna.

Scene+Herd: Pay It Forward. March 23, 2016. Report on ArtDubai and the 10th Global Art Forum, Dubai.

In Print: Thomas Struth. Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich. Artforum. March 2016.

Openings: Taus Makhacheva. Artforum, February 2015, 218-221.

In Print: Kate Newby. Laurel Doody, Los Angeles. Artforum. February 2015, 246.

Critic’s Pick: Elvire January 9, 2015. SPERLING, Munich.

Critic’s Pick: Emilija Škarnulytė. December 21, 2015. CAC Vilnius, Lithuania.

Scene+Herd: APT Pupils. November 27, 2015. Report on the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial, Brisbane.

Scene+Herd: The Safety of Objects. November 24, 2015. Report on the Jakarta Biennale and the Biennale Jogja, Indonesia.

Scene+Herd: Light and Space. November 15, 2015. Report on the 5th LACMA Gala, Los Angeles.

Critic’s Pick: Akosua Adoma Owusu. November 10, 2015. Art+Practice, Los Angeles.

Scene+Herd: All Tomorrow’s Parties. November 4, 2015. Report on the opening of “David Maljkovic: Retrospective by Appointment” in Zagreb, Croatia.

In Print: Absolute Beauty – Neoacademism in St Petersburg. Ludwig Museum, Budapest. Artforum, November 2015. 320-321.

Critic’s Pick: “Inside an Event.” October 20, 2015. Artwin Gallery, Moscow.

Slant: Out of Shape. October 15, 2015. On Ieva Misevičiūtė’s Lord of Beef.

Scene+Herd: Gathering Storm. October 11, 2015. Report on the 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial and the 6th Moscow Biennale.

Scene+Herd: Pregnant Pause. September 20, 2015. Report on a dinner for “The Great Mother” at the Palazzo Reale, Milan.

Critic’s Pick: Becky Beasley. September 15, 2015. Galerija Škuc, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Scene+Herd: Looks Good on Paper. September 3, 2015. Report on the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Scene+Herd: Curricula Vitae. August 20, 2015. Report on the Creative Time Summit at the Venice Biennale, Venice.

Critic’s Pick: Otobong Nkanga. August 11, 2015. Portikus, Frankfurt.

Scene+Herd: Sixty Shades of Grey. July 22, 2015. Report on Documenta’s 60th Birthday Symposium. Kassel, Germany.

Critic’s Pick: “On Paper II.” July 20, 2015. Erika Deak Gallery, Budapest.

Critic’s Pick: Yan Lei. June 25, 2015. Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing.

Critic’s Pick: Ciprian Mureșan and Enric Fort Ballester. June 9, 2015. Salonul de Proiecte, Bucharest.

In Print: SOGTFO. Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles. Artforum, Summer 2015. 364-365.

Critic’s Pick: Hale Tenger. May 29, 2015. Protocinema, New York.

Critic’s Pick: Iman Issa. May 6, 2015. Rodeo, London.

In Print: Specters of Communism: Contemporary Russian Art. CUNY James Gallery and e-flux, New York. Artforum, May 2015.

Critic’s Picks: Alban Muja. April 16, 2015. Institute of Contemporary Art, Zagreb.

Scene+Herd: Global Village. March 29, 2015. Report on Global Art Forum 9 and ArtDubai, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates.

Scene+Herd: Practice Makes Perfect. March 14, 2015. Report on the opening of Art+Practice and a screening by Edgar Arceneaux. Los Angeles.

In Print: “Julije Knifer: Uncompromising.”  Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Artforum, March 2015, 299.

Scene+Herd: Space Race. February 11, 2015. Report on the opening of “Grammar of Freedom/Five Lessons,” Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow.

Scene+Herd: Paramount Pictures. February 6, 2015. Report on the events around Paramount Ranch, Los Angeles.

Critic’s Picks: Deimantas Narkevičius. February 4, 2015. Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb.

Scene+Herd: What’s the Frequency? January 25, 2015. Report on the opening of LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina, Kosovo.

Critic’s Picks: Eftihis Patsourakis and Michael Anastassiades. November 11, 2014. Rodeo,  Istanbul.

Scene+Herd: Future October 28, 2014. Report on the exhibition of artists shortlisted for the PinchukArtCentre’s Future Generation Art Prize.

Scene+Herd: Tomorrow Never Dies. October 10, 2014. Report on the events around ViennaFair and “curated by,” Vienna, Austria.

Scene+Herd: Left of Center. October 3, 2014. Report on the events around the ArtInternational Fair, Istanbul, Turkey.

Critic’s Picks: Chosil September 28, 2014. One and J. Gallery, Seoul.

Scene+Herd: House Proud. September 14, 2014. Report on the 10th Gwangju Biennale, South Korea.

In Print: George Schneeman. Poet’s House, New York. Artforum, September 2014, 379-380.

Scene+Herd: Upwardly August 17, 2014. Report on the 1st Mobile Biennale in Oltenia, Romania.

Scene+Herd: Quiet Riot. July 7, 2014. Report on the opening of Manifesta 10 at the State Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Weekend Lovers. June 10, 2014. Report on Oslo Art Weekend.

Scene+Herd: Space Odyssey. May 20, 2014. Report on the events around Art Basel Hong Kong.

Critic’s Pick: Teresa Margolles. May 14, 2014. Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid.

Critic’s Pick: “When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South.” May 6, 2014. Studio Museum Harlem, New York.

Scene+Herd: Make or Break. May 3, 2014. Report on Culture Lab Detroit.

In Print: Marrakech Biennale 5. Artforum, May 2014, 341-42.

In Print: Neil Beloufa and Dorian Gaudin. Clearing, Brussels. Artforum, May 2014, 339.

Preview: Manifesta 10. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. Artforum, May 2014, 203.

Critic’s Pick: Wilfrid Almendra. April 21, 2014. Les Églises, Chelles, France.

Critic’s Pick: Sarah Lucas. April 7, 2014. Gladstone Gallery, New York.

In Print: “Paradise Lost.” CCA Singapore. Artforum, April 2014, 280.

Critic’s Pick: Nina Canell. March 5, 2014. Lulu, Mexico City.

Scene+Herd: Paramount February 6, 2014. Report on the LA Art Book Fair and Paramount Ranch, Los Angeles.

Scene+Herd: Eye for an Eye. January 24, 2014. Report on the Prudential Eye Awards, Singapore.

Scene+Herd: All the World’s A Stage. January 22, 2014. Report on ArtStage Singapore and Singapore Art Week.

Scene+Herd: Jogja on My Mind. November 28, 2013. Report on the Biennale Jogja, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Scene+Herd: Agnès in Wonderland. November 6, 2013. Report on LACMA’s Art and Film Gala, Los Angeles, California.

Scene+Herd: Immaculate September 30, 2013. Report on John Baldessari at the Garage and the Moscow Biennale, Moscow.

Critic’s Pick: Işıl Eğ September 2013. Egeran Galeri, Istanbul, Turkey.

Scene+Herd: Winter is Coming. September 18, 2013. Report on the 8th Lofoten International Art Festival, Lofoten, Norway.

Scene+Herd: Weekend September 8, 2013. Report on the 1st Bergen Assembly, Bergen, Norway.

Critic’s Picks: Grete Stern. June 2013. Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires(MALBA), Buenos Aires.

Scene+Herd: Affirmative Action.  June 9, 2013. Report on the opening of Urs Fischer’s “Yes” at the Deste Foundation, Hydra, Greece.

In Print: Jonas Staal. Traffic, Dubai. Artforum, Summer 2013, 379.

Scene+Herd: Encyclopedic Knowledge. May 29, 2013. Report on the opening of the Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy.

Scene+Herd: The Last Unicorn. May 25, 2013. Report on the opening of arteBA
and the Faena Art Center, Buenos Aires.

Critic’s Pick: Mary Beth March 2013. Suzanne Geiss, New York.

Scene+Herd: People of Means. March 29, 2013. Report on the Global
Art Forum and ArtDubai, Dubai.

Scene+Herd: Hollywood Ending. March 1, 2013. Report on the Academy Awards, Los Angeles, California.

Critic’s Pick: Erdem Taş February 7, 2013. Galeri Non, Istanbul, Turkey.

In Print: Edgar Arceneaux. Maccarone, New York. Artforum, February 2013, 244-245.

Scene+Herd: Road to Ruin. December 18, 2012. Report on the opening of Daniel Arsham, “Reach Ruin,” Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia.

Scene+Herd: Show October 22, 2012. Report on FIAC, Paris.

Scene+Herd: The Culture October 3, 2012. Report on the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennale of Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Nights of the September 17, 2012. Report on the Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea.

Scene+Herd: Dream September 1, 2012. Report on the 11th Baltic Triennial, Vilnius, Lithuania.

Scene+Herd: Pussy August 19, 2012. Report on the Pussy Riot Trial, Moscow and New York.

Critic’s Pick: Christodoulos Panayiotou. July 14, 2012. Centre d’art Contemporain de Brétigny, France.

Scene+Herd: Mine Reading. June 6, 2012. Report on the opening of Manifesta 9, Genk, Belgium.

Scene+Herd: Playing it May 31, 2012. Report on the Istanbul International Arts & Culture Festival, Istanbul.

Scene+Herd: Pussy Galore. April 13, 2012. Report on the 7th Annual Innovation Prize, Moscow.

Scene+Herd: Happy Medium. April 3, 2012. Report on the Global Art Forum and ArtDubai, Doha, Qatar, and Dubai.

Scene+Herd: Walking on Sunshine. March 13, 2012. Report on the Independent Art
Fair and Armory Week, New York.

Critic’s Pick: “Images Rendered Bare. Vacant. Recognizable.” February 7, 2012. Stadium Gallery, New York.

Scene+Herd: Seasons Greetings. January 19, 2012. Report on season openings in New York.

Critic’s Pick: Voyage Around My December 5, 2011. Norma Mangione Gallery, Turin, Italy.

Scene+Herd: Pep Raleigh. December 2, 2011. Report on ArtBasel Miami Beach, Miami, Florida.

Scene+Herd: Riders on the Storm. November 14, 2011. Report on Artissima Art Fair,
Turin, Italy.

Critic’s Pick: “João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva: Alien Theory.” November 10, 2011. Le Plateau, Paris, France.

Critic’s Pick: “Raphael Zarka: Gibellina.” November 5, 2011. Bischoff/Weiss Gallery,

Scene+Herd: Garden Party. October 17, 2011. Report on Frieze Week Events, London, UK.

Scene+Herd: Parks and Recreation. October 1, 2011. Report on the Moscow 
Biennale and ArtMoscow, Moscow.

Critic’s Picks: German Titov. September 28, 2011. Moscow Museum of Multimedia Art, Moscow.

Scene+Herd: Quick Fix. September 20, 2011. Report on the ReMap KM, Athens.

Critic’s Pick: “La Carte d’après nature.” September 7, 2011. Matthew Marks Gallery, New York.

Scene+Herd: Panic at the Disco. August 5, 2011. Report on the 18th Annual
Watermill Summer Benefit, The Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York.

Critic’s Pick: Goshka Maciuga., July 6, 2011. Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Scene+Herd: Customs Duty. June 17, 2011. Report on openings in Zurich and ArtBasel, Switzerland.

Scene+Herd: Opening June 6, 2011. Report on the Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy.

Critic’s Pick: Mark Grotjahn. June 1, 2011. Anton Kern Gallery, New York.

Scene+Herd: Happy Endings. May 24, 2011. Report on the opening of “Olafur Eliasson: Your Emotional Future,” PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, Ukraine.

Critic’s Pick: Raphael Montañez Ortiz. May 2, 2011. Labor, Mexico City, Mexico.

Scene+Herd: One More Minute. April 27, 2011. Report on the opening of 
“New York Minute – Moscow,” Garage Center for Contemporary Culture,
Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Jane Champions. March 7, 2011. Report on the Armory Week, New York.

Critic’s Pick: Andrei Monastryski. 30, 2010. Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Batting December 23, 2010. Report on the Cosmoscow Art Fair, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Dis Education. December 7, 2010. Report on ArtBasel Miami Beach Events, Miami, Florida.

Critic’s Pick: “Big Sign -Little Building.” November 27, 2010. Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Oslo, Norway.

Scene+Herd: Strike it Rich. October 27, 2010. Report on FIAC Week, Paris.

Scene+Herd: My Own Private Oslo. October 14, 2010. Report on openings in Oslo, Norway, and Frieze Week Events, London.

Scene+Herd: Staying Alive. September 27, 2010. Report on the openings at the Centre Pompidou and the Belleville Biennale, Paris.

Scene+Herd: Fairy Tale Ending. June 6, 2010. Report on ArtBasel Events, Basel, Switzerland.

Critic’s Pick: “Always Other Art.” May 4, 2010. Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Sex Drive. April 30, 2010. Report on the opening of “Mark Rothko,” Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, Russia, and “Sexuality and Transcedence,” PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, Ukraine.

Scene+Herd: Rats to Riches. March 8, 2010. Report on the Armory Week, New York.

Critic’s Pick: “The Calm Before the Storm: New Video Art from Israel.” February 18, 2010. Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Keeping the Faith. January 25, 2010. Report on the opening of “Sergey Bratkov: Ukraine” and “Subodh Gupta: Faith Matters,” PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, Ukraine.

Scene+Herd: Village People. December 22, 2009. Report on the 2009 Kandinsky Awards, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Moon over Miami. December 5, 2009. Report on ArtBasel Miami Beach Events, Miami, Florida.

Critic’s Pick: “Vladimir Logutov: Boom.” December 1, 2009. Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Everything Counts. October 19, 2009. Report on Frieze Week Events, London.

Scene+Herd: Manchester United. July 9, 2009. Report on the Manchester International Festival, Manchester, UK.

Scene+Herd: Love Hirst. April 28, 2009. Report on the opening of “Damien Hirst: Requiem,” PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, Ukraine.

Scene+Herd: State of Grace. March 24, 2009. Report on the opening of “Un Certain Etat du Monde? A Selection of Works from François Pinault Foundation,” Garage Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scene+Herd: Red Planet. September 26, 2008. Report on the opening of Ilya and Emilia Kabakov’s retrospective at the Garage Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia, and the opening of Gagosian Gallery’s “For What You Are About to Receive,” Moscow, Russia.