Always Starts with an Encounter
Wols—Eileen Quinlan

Edited by Helena Papadopoulos

Wols (1913–1951) was celebrated posthumously as one of the pioneering artists of the Art Informel movement. His distinctive early photographic work of the 1930s is however very little known. In an unusual travel across time and space his work is discussed in connection to that of contemporary American artist Eileen Quinlan.

Matter and Form

Alain Badiou

Like the great philosophers, Jean-Luc Moulène creates something which, rising up against the fatal violence of the world as it is, indicates the human spirit’s capacity to propose to all what we might paradoxically call an idealist materiality. 


Model as Painting

Pieter Schoolwerth

One of the clear characteristics of our digital age is that in it all things are suspended from their more or less stable material substance. This monograph traces Pieter Schoolwerth's attempts to reverse this techno-cultural trend with his series of in the last instance paintings, and his practice focused on language, labor, and the body’s dispersal in today’s technological landscape. 



Events & Postings:


Alain Badiou
The Dialectic in Politics, Lecture
November 11, 2019
Miguel Abreu Gallery
88 Eldridge Street, NYC


Jason Bahbak Mohaghegh
Omnicide, Talk & Book launch 
May 29, 2019
Miguel Abreu Gallery, NYC


How to Make Yourself an AGI
Reza Negarestani + Robin Mackay
Book launch and conversation
Wednesday, November 7, 2018, 7pm
Miguel Abreu Gallery, NYC