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20160124053045-siera_hyte_04 Here, There and Everywhere: Siera Hyte's Adventures in the Embodied  
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Siera Hyte at Queer Thoughts December 18th, 2015 - January 24th
Posted 3/9/16

Siera Hyte, Installation views of Me and the king, 2015 © Siera Hyte, Courtesy of Queer Thoughts, New York. For a pint-sized, square room, Queer Thoughts’ current Tribeca location doesn’t afford much in terms of spatial twists and turns. That didn’t deter things here; the newly arrived gallery from Chicago kept proceedings quick-witted, and edgy. However, much of that edge had to do with the Siera Hyte, the San Diego-based artist who warmed the space up for its first winter... [more]

20160303162741-uu ARTFORUM Critics' Pick  
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Luke Murphy at Canada February 20th - March 20th
Posted 3/6/16

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20151029035806-carl-solo-liu-sep2014-14ia1 "Picturing The Unsyable" Editor's Choice, - BOMB MAGAZINE  
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Carl E. Hazlewood at Salena Gallery, Long Island University September 29th, 2014 - October 29th, 2014
Posted 3/4/16

Picturing the Unsayable: Carl E. Hazlewood by Patricia Spears Jones From the New York Quotidian series, 2012, pigment print, 15 × 10 inches. Images courtesy of the artist and Skoto Gallery, New York. I met Carl Hazlewood in that most millennial of ways: Facebook. His daily postings of his and other artists’ works intrigued me; I had to “friend” him. What started as an interest in daily musings and pictorial renderings became a full-fledged 3D friendship. But Car... [more]

20160203191802-pulsating_ 'DESIRING TO BE DATA FOR OTHERS' - Amanda Turner Pohan at FiveMyles Gallery  
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Carl E. Hazlewood, Amanda Turner Pohan, Joan Snitzer, Hanne Tierney at FiveMyles February 7th 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Posted 3/4/16

'DESIRING TO BE DATA FOR OTHERS' Amanda Turner Pohan at FiveMyles GalleryBy curator: Carl E. Hazlewood for FiveMyles.- Feburary 2016 Installation Pictures: C. E. Hazlewood Amanda Turner Pohan's practice seems a cool and rational one—at first. It is based on precise scientific manipulation of chemistry with additional aural and visual elements. While her installation appears clean, methodical, a presentation organized with minimalist clarity and order, one senses a vague urgency to quantify the un-quantifiable. Vials contain various arcane liquids; vapors and perfumed formulas derive from 'recorded data measured by sensors of the heartbeat of the artist.' Yet, the clinical easily transmutes into the poetic and the personal. The effect is oddly sensual, even erotic as the artist manages an olfactory manipulation that is subtle and evocative. Finally, Pohan's creative processing, packaging, and ordering, conjures a self-portrait that becomes a metaphor for the bodied and disembodied nature of human response. At the entrance to the exhibition stands an ablution station filled with coffee beans and lemons to cleanse the olfactory palette. A freestanding glass shower recirculates a heated and steaming perfumed liquid through its system; hanging on the wall is a four by eight foot sheet of plexiglass with remnants of hair, dust, dirt, and skin from a carpet adhered to it. A parabolic speaker hangs from the ceiling and plays a looped conversation between two women; a collection of glass jars containing the fluid used in the shower is arranged on a shelf. The formula for the perfumed shower is derived from recorded data provided by sensors measuring the heartbeat of the artist. Residue adhering to the plexiglass is from the bedroom rug of Turner Pohan's's deceased mother. An interview between a female doctor and nurse attempting to quantify bodily sensations is looped on a speaker. The fluids in the glass vials will replenish or replace whatever the shower loses as a result of natural evaporation over time. ... [more]

20151018124405-larger Daria Kudinova. New works  
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Daria Kudinova at Osnova Gallery October 18th, 2015 - October 18th, 2015
Posted 10/18/15

Artworks of Daria Kudinova charm with its composition, color palette and diversity of motives. You do not know for sure what kind of structures are presented at them. Is it something biomorphic or technogenic? What do they mean? What is the concept of those paintings? Besides, you will not understand the main idea of Dasha Kudinova’s artworks if you are not familiar with her biography. Before she developed her own style Dasha worked as a fashion photographer and as an assistant of more expe... [more]

20150818230940-quadrittico_biennale_venezia_final__1_ IL GRANDE CANALE DELLA PACE - IN CONCOMITANZA CON LA 56^ biennale di Venezia 2015  
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ANTICOLI, ARMATO, BALZANO, GUBBATI, Gallicot Madar, MARRANI, PRANDI, SCHEMBARI, SOLFERINO at ACAF-ARTEMISIA GALLERY - BERGAMO IALIA August 18th, 2015 - August 18th, 2015
Posted 8/18/15

Il 9 maggio 2015 è stato inaugurato a Palazzo Bollani – in Venezia, il grande e importante evento “Il Grande Canale della Pace”, un’esposizione in concomitanza con la 56^ Biennale d’Arte. In occasione di questa manifestazione, il curatore, Gregorio Rossi, ha scelto un cospicuo numero di artisti da presentare al pubblico internazionale, fra essi nove sono stati presentati da ACAF-Artemisia Gallery di Bergamo. Nell’ingresso del Palazzo, sulla parete destra, si può ammirare... [more]

20150627184255-helen_invite2-1 KLOMPCHING GALLERY RE-OPENING WITH HELEN SEAR  
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at KLOMPCHING GALLERY June 17th, 2015 - July 2nd, 2015
Posted 6/27/15

NEW YORK PHOTO DIARY, JUNE 24 2015 - Catherine Troiano Last Wednesday, Klompching Gallery re-opened in their new location at 89 Water Street, DUMBO. The gallery has been located in DUMBO since it opened seven years ago, but until recently was one of a number of arts businesses situated on the second floor of 111 Front Street. Two Trees Management, a prominent real estate company in the neighborhood that has been a long-standing proponent of DUMBO arts, enabled the move and Klompching is one of te... [more]

20150514163554-jungwoo_ha_marker_on_paper_2015_30 Jung-woo Ha's Evocative Portraits at Able Fine Art NY Gallery - Review by Mary Gregory  
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Jung-woo Ha Solo Exhibition at Able Fine Art NY Gallery May 21st, 2015 - June 9th, 2015
Posted 5/27/15

Jung-woo Ha, "Our Town" 17.9" x 12" Oil marker on paper, 2015 (left) The artist and his work (right) Jung-Woo Ha, Friends, Able Fine Art NY Gallery in Chelsea, installation Jung-woo Ha, the gifted and accomplished award-winning Korean actor and director reveals another side of himself in his current solo exhibition, "Friends," at Able Fine Art NY Gallery in Chelsea. His suite of 23 pen and ink drawings and paintings on paper were all completed in 2015. They are mostly portraits, depicting a wide range of personalities, but, more importa... [more]

20150427211027-issuescard Artists Explore Complex Issues at Arts Guild New Jersey  
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Luis Alves, Jane Caminos, Steve Cavallo, Patricia Dahlman, Richard Earl, Colleen Gahrmann, Marsha Goldberg, Adel Gorgy, Len Merlo, Maria Mijares, Margaret Murphy, Elizabeth Niesuchouski, Joanne Olivier, Nick Rosal, Joan Sonnenfeld, Judy Wukitsch at Arts Guild New Jersey April 26th, 2015 - May 22nd, 2015
Posted 4/27/15

Adel Gorgy's work in Issues at Arts Guild New Jersey Contemporary art and social activism often swim in the same waters. The connection crosses borders and decades, as creative individuals—in art and literature, performance and song—have given voice, sometimes the only one, to victims of turmoil and iniquities. Issues, an exhibition in which a group of contemporary artists respond to political, social, racial, gender, and economic issues facing the world in recent years opened M... [more]

20150407180159-2015-mp-achangeisgonnacome1 A Change is Gonna Come  
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Marco, pezzotta at Mixed Media by Marco Pezzotta April 9th, 2015 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 4/10/15

A Change is Gonna Come Solo exhibition Marco Pezzotta (1985)Curated by Bogomir Doringer *** The artistic interest from Marco Pezzotta lays in examining different systems in which our identity is being either formed or changed. We stand in those systems as individuals or as part of a group. For describing and shaping these relations Marco Pezzotta uses objects that function as tools for a narrative. They appear from another space and time, floating between digital and physical. The artist creates... [more]

20141231175052-crossinglinescard Crossing the Line from Vision to Expression - Recent works by Adel Gorgy, Robert C. Morgan and Yun-Woo Choi at Able Fine Art NY Gallery - Review by Mary Gregory  
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Robert C. Morgan, Yun-Woo Choi, Adel Gorgy at Able Fine Art NY Gallery January 15th, 2015 - February 4th, 2015
Posted 1/20/15

Adel Gorgy, "Permutation of Color...after Warhol" 60" x 84", Pigment Ink on Metallic Silver Medium, 2015 Crossing Lines, an exhibition featuring recent works by Adel Gorgy, Robert C. Morgan and Yun-Woo Choi at Able Fine Art NY Gallery, offers a fascinating glimpse at how three accomplished artists approach the challenging tasks of creating something new, pushing boundaries, and incorporating layers of meaning into singular works of art. Adel Gorgy builds on the work he presented in his... [more]

ArtSlant Prize Winners Robin Kang and Edra Soto are Currently Exhibiting  
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11/14/14 Posted 11/14/14

Our 2013 ArtSlant Prize winner Robin Kang and 2014 ArtSlant Prize winner Edra Soto are currently exhibiting in New York and Chicago. Opening tonight at CATINCA TABACARU GALLERY in New York, Kang is exhibiting works in her latest show Danger Is In The Neatness Of Identitification with Rwandan artist Duhirwe Rushemeza. The exhibition brings together both artists' unique perspectives on artistic practice and production in the digital age. From the gallery: "Weaving composites of varying time, space and culture, each artist engages in ritualized mark-making that oscillates between the time-hon... [more]

20140808153712-linda_storm_and_pabo_perea_nyny New Century Artists  
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Barbara Cuthel, Eva Genevieve, Arlene Horton, Israel Maranon, Pablo Perea, Linda Storm at New Century Artists, Inc. August 8th, 2014 - August 16th, 2014
Posted 8/8/14

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20140724150029-creation_one Kuchera creates new paintings for group show.  
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Tamriko Bardadze, Edward Grad, Andrea Kroenig, John C. Kuchera, Stella Lillig, William Conroy Lindsay, Rob Ordonez, Camille Perrottet, Hans Wolf at JEANNE D'ARC August 17th, 2014 - September 14th, 2014
Posted 7/24/14

Creation is a new painting series by American artist John C. Kuchera. He was born in Cleveland Ohio and has lived in New York City since the early 1980s. Creation 1,2 and 3 will be featured in a group art exhibit in Chelsea called the 20” x 20” art show. Opening reception is Sunday, August 17, 2014, from 6-8pm. 253 west 24 Street in New York City. The Art Exhibit will be on view from August 17 to September 14, 2014. He likes to do at least 12 of each of the series to ensure... [more]

20100811120838-knox-martin-caprichos-copy Knox Martin at Janos Gat: A review of Caprichos by Edward Leffingwell - Art In America, October 2003  
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Knox Martin at Janos Gat Gallery April 29th, 2003 - September 12th, 2003
Posted 4/19/14

Knox Martin at Janos Gat: A review of Caprichos by Edward Leffingwell Knox Martin named his new series of generously scaled, unframed drawings "Caprichos" for the moralizing, didactic, fever-dream etchings of Goya that first attracted him as a child, 67 years ago. But there is substantial whimsy to Martin's recent phantasmagoria of animal and human forms. Ranging from roughly 2 to 7 feet on a side, they are confident, loosely drawn in pen and ink, crayon and watercolor on thin sheets of paper, and horizo... [more]

20140303235233-mj_1 A Million Little Pieces  
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Meredith James at Jack Hanley Gallery- New York March 15th, 2014 - April 13th, 2014
Posted 4/4/14

The red-and-white checked, anamorphic floor of Meredith James’s video installation Delmar, showing through April 13th at the Jack Hanley Gallery, primes viewers to expect a puzzle. The video triptych behind the green velvet curtains at the far end of the gallery doesn’t disappoint. As a form, the triptych can be traced from the painted altarpieces of the early Renaissance to modern films. Before the now standard use of widescreen in film, Abel Gance made use of a triptych format to... [more]


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