Archives for posts tagged ‘exhibition’

Compression Artifacts

Compression Artifacts A project by Joshua Citarella featuring Wyatt Niehaus, Kate Steciw, Brad Troemel, Artie Vierkant and Joshua Citarella. “Compression Artifacts is a comprehensive investigation into the specific agency that independent artists may access through the contemporary means of image production and distribution. When viewership now occurs at the screen, we may at certain careful […]

Roman Liška

Roman Liška Work from his oeuvre (including work from Liška’s upcoming exhibition, Nu Balance,  at Rod Barton). “Roman Liška’s most recent body of work incorporates excerpts from the Financial Times Weekend Magazine’s “Life & Arts” section, from which it draws headlines including “Wealth Creations”, “Chalet Girls” and “Risqué Business”, as well as passages from “How To Spend It” […]

what we call painting

what we call painting This exhibition features ANFisher, Jeremy Bailey, and Jeremy Rotsztain. CERMÂ is a new online/offline exhibition space whose inaugural exhibition opens tomorrow at Hauptbahnhof Offenbach. “Digital creations contain a strange indifference, one could even say »falseness«, in the way they appear. Where they seem to be is not where they actually »are«. […]

Laura Piasta

Laura Piasta Work from her current show at LES. “This exhibit of new works by Laura Piasta uses geometry as a motif to signify a system that can stand in for an abstract concept. Using repetition to focus the viewer’s attention on relationships between forms, one is drawn into contemplation of the conceptual narratives behind […]

Renato Leotta

Renato Leotta Work from Mirror Project. “Mirror Project is a series of exhibitions organized by Barriera, Turin, where the invited artists will work and discuss with the space, developing a site specific project. The protagonist of Mirror Project’s first edition is Renato Leotta. Leotta worked on space-time coordinates, defining a new path within the exhibition space. […]

Sam Falls

Sam Falls Work from his oeuvre. “I work with photography because I see everything in front of me all the time, but the more I see the less I know what I want, you know? So I make pictures that try to resolve what might not be being seen, the underlying pattern of what I […]

Penelope Umbrico

Penelope Umbrico Work from Broken Sets (ebay) and Desk Trajectories (part of her exhibition As Is). Umbrico has an opening tonight at LMAK Projects (139 Eldridge on the Lower East Side, Manhattan) that I strongly recommend you go to see. “Broken Sets (eBay) are images of the screens cropped from pictures of broken LCD TVs […]

One Hour Photo Opens Tonight!

This should be a fantastic show with a conceptually compelling curatorial focus, if you are in the DC area I suggest you pop in from time to time to check it out. May 8 – June 6, 2010 American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center Washington, DCOpening Viewing: Saturday, May 8, 6 – 9pm […]

John Baldessari

John Baldessari Work from his new book, Pure Beauty. “The combination of film, photography and painting has become one of the key elements in Baldessari’s art. Beginning with his early photo-and-text works from the late 1960s, the exhibition includes his extensive use of found film imagery in the combined photographs of the 1980s, the irregular-shaped […]