Archives for posts tagged ‘group show’

One Step Beyond

One Step Beyond @ Galerie Christophe Gaillard “For a long while the indexed nature of photography laid at the heart of theoretical discourse on this medium. For Rosalind Krauss as for Roland Barthes, Henri Van Lier, Philippe Dubois and others, the contiguous relationship between the image and its referent was one of the ontological foundations […]

Group Show @ Gladstone Gallery

Work from Group Show @ Gladstone Gallery, New York. “This summer Gladstone Gallery has invited Galerie Neu to present the summer exhibition at our 24th Street location. The show features a series of works drawn from Galerie Neu’s talented roster of artists, and will explore notions of place through works that draw upon re- purposed, urban, […]

New Hells

   “New Hells” at Derek Eller Gallery. Work by Huma Bhabha, Violet Dennison, Mark Flood, Jason Fox, Jesse Greenberg, Nancy Grossman, Max Klinger, Ajay Kurian, Peter Linde Busk, Rose Marcus, Lionel Maunz, Félicien Rops, Brad Troemel, Jean Veber, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Julia Wachtel, Michael Wang, Ivan Witenstein “Everything seen…Everything had…Everything known…-Arthur Rimbaud, “Departure”With neuroimaging mapping the brain’s pathways of thought and emotion into knowable terrains, the NSA’s omniscience, Google’s purchase of surveillance companies DropCam […]

Go With the Flow

Go With the Flow @ The Hole. “The Hole is proud to present our summer exhibition in the main galleries, Go With The Flow, looking at the diverse and contemporary uses of sprayed paint. From aerosol to airbrush and further into the field of atomized paint, these artworks range from the slickly gradiented to the […]

BIEN OU BIEN ?

BIEN OU BIEN ? at MonCHÉRI Featuring: Gabriele Beveridge, Aline Bouvy, Hamishi Farah, Mike Goldby, Manor Grunewald, Lucy Kim, Torben Ribe, Amanda Ross-Ho, Dominic Samsworth, and Michael Staniak. “Freedom – as defined by Max Stirner – to be truly such, cannot derive neither depend on a third-party concession. It should be solely the outcome of […]

Frameshift

Frameshift at Denny Gallery. There is a gallery talk with useful pictures and some of the artists tomorrow (Saturday) at 3:00pm. “The six artists in Frameshift collide with and attempt to negotiate the technical image as encoded by the camera. The practices represented occupy the divide between the hand-crafted image historically available and attributable to […]

Fragments of an Unknowable Whole

Fragments of an Unknowable Whole @ Urban Arts Space. The artists in Fragments of an Unknowable Whole see the irresolvable question of photographic meaning as a launching point for their artistic inquiries. They are not concerned with seeking photographic truth. Instead, these diverse practices complicate the idea that a photographic image is a fixed view […]

Matter

Matter at New Shelter Plan Featuring work from Caleb Charland, Matthew Gamber,Mary Voorhees Meehan, Johan Rosenmunthe, and Bill Sullivan. “In cataloging technology’s effects on culture, Marshall McLuhan wrote, “We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” The five artists adopts this observation as a motive to examine photography’s […]

Basic Zone

  Basic Zone at Casa Madre, Naples. “Basic is the forgotten debris of the collective effort towards individualism, the unconscious substratum of daily experience, a banal spontaneous product of economical and cultural forces, changing radically with every generation. Basic is not simple, and is not obtained through reduction, it is more a universal grey, a state of mind which most people try […]

Depression

Work from “Depression” at Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles. Organized by Ramiken Crucible. Featuring work by Catharine Ahearn, Bjorn Amre, Lucas Blalock, Borden Capalino, Dan Finsel, Charlotte Hammer, Matt Heckert, Nolan Hendrickson, Gavin Kenyon, Andra Ursuta, and Margaret Weber. “A scale model of a new building design will be exhibited simultaneously with Depression. Commissioned by Ramiken Crucible and funded with capital leveraged against the permanent collection […]