Felix Bernstein is an artist and writer based in New York.
R.H. Quaytman with Felix Bernstein
R.H. Quaytmans current exhibition at Glenstone closes a major body of her work while opening a new one. Since 2001, her paintings have been organized in chapters, and Glenstone displays recent chapters alongside a new set of Warburgian vitrines show hints of her research for Book, a self-made artists catalogue that will pick up where her last major collection Spine left off: covering the years 20112020 (Chapters 2135).
New Fangled Old Things: Views from the Avant-Garde 2012By Felix Bernstein
At this years Views from the Avant-Garde section of the New York Film Festival, multiple generations of artists addressed the overlapping concerns of the essential media of moving image work, artistic control, the burden of the archival, and the seemingly endless contesting of what is old and what is new.
Planetarium of Blended DreamsBy Felix Bernstein
Ben Coonley’s new show at Microscope Gallery in Bushwick throws net art, Silicon Valley tech, avant-garde professionalization, micro-cinema, diaristic video, and fatherhood into a panoramic blender. The heart of the show is within a small DIY dome on the far side of the gallery.
Planetarium of Blended Dreams
By Felix Bernstein
BEN COONLEY Moonley
Ben Coonley’s new show at Microscope Gallery in Bushwick throws net art, Silicon Valley tech, avant-garde professionalization, micro-cinema, diaristic video, and fatherhood into a panoramic blender.
TwoBy Felix Bernstein
Felix Bernstein is the author of Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry (Insert Blanc Press) and Burn Book (Nightboat, forthcoming). His writing has been featured in Bomb, the Believer, Poetry Magazine, and Hyperallergic. His performance Bieber Bathos Elegy will debut at the Whitney in January 2016.