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Marc Horowitz

Interview with Marc Horowitz  
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12/4/10

New York, Nov. 2010: Marc Horowitz—the artist who has continually insisted upon baring his soul to an adoring public, opening the door not only to his studio but to his bedroom and kitchen as well—has been living “by popular vote” since November 1st. That day witnessed the launch of his most recent project, The Advice of Strangers, in which he is breaking down the final (if existent) barrier between his art and his audience, allowing us not only to witness his life but to direct it.  Advice, produced in c... [more]

20100817025256-humanresourcesafb3 The Quiet Importance of (Perhaps Evanescent) Alternatives   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Skip Arnold, Math Bass, Emily Mast / Jerome Bel, Ellen Birrell, Olivia Booth, Mariel Carranza, Marcus Civin, Ginny Cook, Dorit Cypis, Megan Daalder, Alexis Disselkoen, Zackary Drucker, Liz Glynn and Corey Fogel, Douglas Green, Matt Greene, Daniel Lucas Guimaraes, Micol Hebron, Gustavo Herrera, Dan Hockenson, Marc Horowitz, ING, Farrah Karapetian, Joel Kyack, Morrisa Maltz, Sister Mantos, Wendy Mason, micha cardenas and elle mehrmand, Yong Soon Min, Lucas Murgida, Warren Neidich, Paul Pescador, Nancy Popp, Andrew Printer, Jules Rochielle, Margie Schnibbe, Kim Schoen, Susan Silton, Alex Staiger, Vishal Jugdeo / Aram Moshayedi / Matteo Tannat, Dorian Wood and Joseph Tepperman, Julie Tolentino, Jason Wallace Triefenbach, Jason Underhill, Brian Getnick and Kristian van der Heyden, Samuel Vasquez, Dee Williams, Fundación Wanna Winni, Team Zatara at Human Resources July 29th, 2010 - August 1st, 2010
Posted 8/17/10

Late into the night, after the first flush of events of a long weekend of performances in Chinatown for the annual Perform Now! festival, a small crowd lounged on the back patio of Human Resources, sipping the cool, fruity dregs of a welcomed sangria. Two musicians, Emily Lacy and an accompanying violist, Ezra Buchla (formerly of 'Gowns' and 'The Mae Shi') warmed up for a final set to the spare audience. Leaning back to hear the creak of the metal of my folding chair, I sat with my ha... [more]

Postmasters_-1_installation New Life   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
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Kevin Bewersdorf, Charles Broskoski, Marc Horowitz, KENNETH TIN-KIN HUNG, Kristin Lucas, Michael Mandiberg, Eva Mattes, Franco Mattes, Joe McKay, JooYoun Paek, Marcin Ramocki, Paul Slocum at Postmasters February 28th, 2009 - April 4th, 2009
Posted 3/8/09

Titled after a quote by the French poet Paul Valéry, the current group exhibition at Postmasters gallery presents close to twenty projects that have been conceptually and formally shaped by the internet.  The web is used both as the participating artists’ source of inspiration, as well as the medium itself.  Most notable are the two videos by Eva and Franco Mattes (0100101110101101.org) who have reenacted pivotal performance works by the duos Gilbert & George and Marina Abramovic & Ulay in the... [more]

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