Bortolami Gallery

‘Água Viva’ is a vision of a run-down and resource-scarce future

By Dan Fox

New York

1 Mar
20 Apr

Highlights from Condo New York 2018 and Commonwealth and Council at 47 Canal: the summer shows to see

By Tausif Noor

In her current solo show at Kunsthalle Zurich, the artist's sculptures propose new manners of dwelling and co-existence

By Laura McLean-Ferris
Tom Burr, Brutalist Bathroom, 2017, installation view at Bortolami, New Haven. Powder coated steel guard rails, bathroom doors from Marcel Breuer's Armstrong Rubber Co building, direct-to-substrate print on aluminum, 207 x 633 x 305 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Bortolami, New York; photograph: © Jessica Smolinski

The Pirelli Building, New Haven, USA

By Evan Moffitt

Documentary - 16 Feb 2017

Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?

Marina Abramović finds herself embroiled in the Clinton email saga; chief curator of Seoul's Ilmin Museum accused of sexual harassment

‘The Radiants’, 2015, installation view

Bortolami Gallery, New York, USA

By Scott Roben
Place, 2011–13, oil on canvas,  2.3 × 1.7 m. All images courtesy the artist, Bortolami Gallery, New York, and Silberkuppe, Berlin

Mining historical works for new conceptual paths

By Ara H. Merjian
Carissa Rodriguez, It’s Symptomatic / What Would Edith Say, 2014, permanent ink marker on inkjet print mounted on aluminium, wood brace, 1.5 × 1 m

Bortolami, New York, USA

By Laura McLean-Ferris

Bortolami Dayan, New York, USA

By Katie Sonnenborn