Archives for posts tagged ‘new york’

Hito Steyerl

Hito Steyerl Work from “How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation” at Andrew Kreps, New York. “The Andrew Kreps Gallery is pleased to present How Not To Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational Installation, an exhibition by Berlin-based artist Hito Steyerl.  The exhibition features two videos as well as sculptural-photographic objects, and is […]

Richard Maxwell

Richard Maxwell Work with the New York Players. “I saw an early version of “Isolde” last summer, and I wanted to ask what the genesis was for your show: Were you inspired by reading Goethe? Or Wagner’s opera? Or just by yourself? Just myself. And then I had a dream where a word presented itself: […]

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 […]

Katrín Sigurdardóttir

Katrín Sigurdardóttir Work from Foundation at SculptureCenter. “Foundation is conceived as a trilogy of installations. In the first, at Palazzo Zenobio’s Lavanderia in Venice, the work intersected the walls of an ancient laundry. In Reykjavík, the work was located at the Reykjavík Art Museum’s Harbour House, an old customs house in downtown Reykjavík. Now in […]

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 […]

Carl Ostendarp

Carl Ostendarp Work from “1989-2007″ at Elizabeth Dee, New York. “In subversive institutional interventions, Carl Ostendarp transforms two of the Johnson Museum’s galleries with offbeat art selections, intensely pigmented murals, and pulsing music. Following curatorial incursions like Andy Warhol’s “Raid the Icebox,” 1970, and Fred Wilson’s Mining the Museum, 1992, Ostendarp’s installations incorporate—and thereby recontextualize—works from […]

Louise Lawler

Louise Lawler Work from “No Drones” at Metro Pictures, New York. “In her exhibition “No Drones” at Metro Pictures, Louise Lawler exhibits black-and-white images that are traced from her iconic photographs, printed on vinyl and mounted directly on the wall. Lawler uses her photographs of artworks in museums, private collections, auction houses and storage to […]

Justin Lieberman

Justin Lieberman Work from “Squeezed Reliefs” at Martos Gallery, New York “Here’s what the frenetic pace of a price-tagged art world has wrought: Justin Lieberman’s “Squeezed Reliefs” recycle unsold­ sculptures tacked onto canvases, topped off with paint that recounts the artist’s financial ruin. The artist makes clear in a statement that the black-and-white chicness of […]

Jaya Howey

Jaya Howey Work from “Note to Self” at Bureau, New York. “Bureau is pleased to announce Note to Self, Jaya Howey’s first exhibition with the gallery. Howey’s exhibition includes three new bodies of work, two modes of painting: narratives and respites, and the ceramic frame works. Howey’snarratives establish an emotionally fraught thread through the use of a rudimentary pictographic code. The respitesfeature […]

Chez Perv

  Gardar Eide Einarsson, Matias Faldbakken, and Oscar Tuazon. Work from “Chez Perv” at Team Gallery, New York. “Team is pleased to present a collaborative exhibition of work by Gardar Eide Einarsson, Matias Faldbakken and Oscar Tuazon. The exhibition, entitled Chez Perv, will run from 17 April through 01 June 2014. The gallery is located at […]