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Harrell Fletcher

20111005081547-1_presley_ward_role_model_2008 Joie de Vivre   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Presley Ward at People's Gallery September 7th, 2011 - October 22nd, 2011
Posted 10/5/11

“Imagine a very small formal motif and try to execute it economically . . . the essence of the subject must always become visible, even if this is impossible in nature. .... The absence of foreshortening also plays a crucial part in the process.... I begin to execute forms, as if I know nothing about painting or, have I discovered a small, undisputed personal possession, a particular sort of threedimensional representation on the flat surface!” —Paul Klee, The Diaries of Paul Klee 1898-1918[i]   “... [more]

0032--30apr Booksmart   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Becky Beasley, Guy Ben-Ner, Lorin Davies, Harrell Fletcher, Jeff Gabel, Graham Parker, Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Christina Pettersson, Leanne Shapton, Eve K Tremblay, Matt Wiegle at Locust Projects May 8th, 2010 - June 19th, 2010
Posted 5/23/10

From the Press Release: Locust Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition curated by New York-based critic Michael Wilson, featuring work by Becky Beasley, Guy Ben-Ner, Lorin Davies, Harrell Fletcher, Jeff Gabel, Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Graham Parker, Christina Pettersson, Leanne Shapton, Eve K. Tremblay, and Matt Wiegle. "How to Read a Book" is an exhibition of contemporary art derived from, influenced by, or playfully exploitative of influential works of fiction, with a particul... [more]

Simonstarlingweb I can do that!   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Johanna Billing, Jennifer Bornstein, Andrea Bowers, Phil Collins, Jeremy Deller, Harrell Fletcher, Josh Greene, Cameron Jamie, Alan Kane, Michele O'Marah, Yoshua Okon, Hirsch Perlman, Long March Project, Jim Shaw, Simon Starling, Javier Téllez, Jeffrey Vallance, Eric Wesley at CCA Wattis Institute April 23rd, 2008 - August 9th, 2008
Posted 5/30/08

The exhibition Amateurs begins with a statement by the exhibition curator Ralph Rugoff where he explains that the exhibition seeks to "[depart] from the hyperprofessionalization characterizing so much cultural production today." Amateurs marks a shift in the discussion of high-art versus low-art. Previous exhibitions that included works by Jim Shaw, for instance, always had the inherent hint of irony. Irony is less in the forefront here and therefore this exhibition informs the dialogue surrou... [more]

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