Monday, March 31, 2014

Dena Yago: Heat Island - Gasconade - Milan

through April 26th 2014


Sunday, March 30, 2014

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Borna Sammak: All Dogs Are Pets - JTT - NYC

through April 27th 2014


Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Matias Faldbakken - Paula Cooper - NYC

through April 5th 2014


Monday, March 24, 2014

Sunday, March 23, 2014

NO GROUND BUT SAY GROUND: group show - Halsey McKey - East Hampton


through March 30th 2014

BIANCA BECK, LISA BECK, JOSH BLACKWELL, JOSH BRAND, PATRICK BRENNAN, CHERYL DONEGAN, MICHAEL GOLDBERG, KIM GORDON, ROB HALVERSON, ROBERT JANITZ, LINDA MATALON, RAY PARKER, PATRICIA TREIB, JULIA ROMMEL, YORGOS  SAPOUNTZIS, VALERIE SNOBECK
curated by JOE FYFE


Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Monday, March 17, 2014

LENS REFLEX: group show - Thomas Duncan - LA

through APRIL 19, 2014

ZOË GHERTNER, JACOB KASSAY, EILEEN QUINLAN, STEPHEN PRINA, H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS, TORBJØRN RØDLAND

Lens reflex brings together a group of works that I feel employ a sensitivity to the camera as a tool and a sensual use of the photographic apparatus. The works selected both allow and utilize the tool’s ability to create a tertiary, magic-like, presence within the objects it creates. The exhibition attempts to indirectly address the specificity of the camera and the mechanical process that produces an object which is separate yet tied to it.

CURATED BY STEVEN BALDI




Sunday, March 16, 2014

LE SALON PARTICULIER: group show - Freymond Guth - Zürich


through March 29th 2014

A program of films, music and social events. Furniture from the collection of Angela Weber. Works by Marc Bauer, Heidi Bucher, Virginia Overton, Sylvia Sleigh, Loredana Sperini, Megan Francis Sullivan, Billy Sullivan


Saturday, March 15, 2014

Walead Beshty + Kelley Walker: Hardbodies Software - Redling Fine Art - LA





Katie (who works with us at the gallery) and I are only about 5 years apart, but it seems that we sit on either side of the Orwellian divide. To give you some idea, I took word processing in school, she did not. My first month working in a gallery was spent organizing slides and 4x5s, her’s was not. My impulse is to use the gallery’s all-in-one machine to copy, she uses it to scan.
In her world hardcopies are a nuisance, it’s stuff for stuff’s sake. She sees integrity through management software; I see the potential for corruption. While I was not doing much before 1984, apparently something did stick.

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Friday, March 14, 2014

Anthony Pearson - David Kordansky - LA

through April 12, 2014

Over the last decade, Pearson has authored a constantly evolving vocabulary of objects and images. Common throughout this evolution are autonomous, expressive gestures on the one hand and rigorous formatting on the other. Even when it does not make a direct appearance in the work, the photographic process operates as a guiding logic for the unification of diverse materials and techniques in a harmonious vision. This is because light itself––as reflection, as ambient phenomenon, as illuminating energy––is both the physical and conceptual source of Pearson's project.


Thursday, March 13, 2014

JAMES KRONE: CATSUIT FOR MEN - Night Gallery - LA

through April 5th 2014

Night Gallery is proud to present a series of Spell Paintings in the portrait gallery by Berlinbasedartist James Krone. Using various counterfeit perfumes from which the paintings take theirnames (Catsuit for Men, Misty Cherry, Leather Woman…), Krone writes scented spells onto rawcanvas. These canvases are then lit on fire, and although the stacked letters that spell out thevarious incantations are protected by the alcohol in the perfume, the negative space betweenthem becomes charred by flames. In Krone’s work pyromancy gives formal presence to otherwiseinvisible inscriptions, creating an aesthetic rhetoric of abstraction that can only be communicated,accepted or rejected by primal, aphasic tendency.


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Rose Marcus - Eli Ping Frances Perkins - NYC

through April 13th 2014

Following the financial crisis of 2008, Rose Marcus began photographing vacated retail spaces. The storefront glass and the disused spaces behind them presented abstractions in dust and debris, layered with reflections of New York city streets and pedestrians. Amongst the rushing figures the silhouette of a woman, camera in hand, is a recurring motif. Her reflection is bisected by the momentary frame of the reflective surface, or the more enduring frame of the composed image. She's stopped, taking the picture she's in.


Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Trevor Shimizu: Again - Canal 47 - NYC

through April 6th 2014

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Monday, March 10, 2014

ISHTAR: Charles Harlan - Venus Over Manhattan - NYC

through March 22nd 2014

Drawing inspiration from Land Art of the 1970s, Harlan avails himself of the most common materials at hand – including such hardware store staples as ladders, shipping palettes, and one-ton metal pipe – in his large industrial works. Huge in scale, Minimalist in form, and shown both indoors and out, Harlan’s art has often been referred to as Duchampian in its reliance upon readymade components, its deceptive simplicity, and it spatial humor. His stacking and layering of recognizable, utilitarian materials renders surprisingly potent forms that invite unexpected associations.


Sunday, March 9, 2014

Plop Fall the Plums: group show - Bodega - NYC

through April 13th 2014

Tomer Aluf, Sam Anderson, Tova Carlin, Rochelle Goldberg,
Carlos Reyes, Chloe Seibert



Saturday, March 8, 2014

Friday, March 7, 2014

Shannon Finley - VRR - NYC

through April 10th 2014


Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Brendan Fowler: New Camera - Half Gallery - NYC

through April 2nd 2014


Monday, March 3, 2014

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Collier Schorr: 8 Women - 303 Gallery - NYC

through April 12th 2014

The works in "8 Women" propose a variety of subjects, all of whom are involved in performance, be it as artists, models or musicians. Schorr, who has been working in fashion for the last 10 years, created sets that doubled as her studio, teasing out images that could only be made with a subject that could travel between the object of desire and the enforcer of an identity crafted in that very moment. Drawing inspiration from photo histories of female performance, film, and dance artists, Schorr began to work with models that seemed to strike a similar balance between display and authorship. Working between out-takes and manipulations of tear sheets, Schorr questions who the women that desire to be looked at are, as well as what power exists in acknowledging that as a post-feminist position.


Saturday, March 1, 2014

FULFILMENT CENTRE: group show curated by N/V_PROJECTS - The Sunday Painter - London


through March 30th 2014

Neil Beloufa, Julie Born Schwartz, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Timur Si-Qin, Lewis Teague Wright, Tyra Tingleff

curated by N/V_PROJECTS