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The onset of catastrophe is not signaled by the sense of eve rything falling through the dark and ending in accidental death: everything \, including a catastrophe\, has a moment-by-moment structure\, a structure that is beyond measurement or comprehension\, that is maddeningly complex or must be conceived in quite another manner\, one in which the degree of c omplexity can be articulated only in terms of images that seem impossible t o conjure since time has slowed down to the point that the world has become indifferent to circumstances and various terrible preconditions have arriv ed at a perfect universal conclusion\, that being because they are composed of intentions\, because the moment is the result of unconscious choices\, because a key doesn&rsquo\;t immediately fit into the ignition\, because we do not start in third gear then move down to second but because we start i n second and move into third as we move down the hill then turn onto a high way above the village\, because the distance before us is like looking down a tunnel\, because the greenery on the boughs still smells of morning dew\ , because of the death of a dog and someone&rsquo\;s badly executed maneuve r when turning left\, that is to say because of one missed choice or anothe r\, of more missed choices and still more missed choices ad infinitum\, all those maddening had-we-but-known choices impossible to conceptualize becau se the situation we find ourselves in is complicated\, determined by someth ing that is in the nature of neither God nor the devil\, whose ways are imp enetrable to us and are doomed to remain so because choice is not simply a matter of choosing\, but the result of that which might have happened anywa y.

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7 January to 15 February 2015 Opening Reception: We dnesday\, 7 January\, 6-8pm 175 Rivington Street\, New York \; \;&n bsp\; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \;  \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \;  \;
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With Luisa Caldwell\, Carlo Ferraris\, Richard Long\, Marcello Maloberti\, Bruc e Nauman\, Richard Serra\, Haim Steinbach\, Wang Jingyu\, Alona Weiss\, and Martin Wong\, the exhibition examines how hand gestures are used as a mode of non-verbal communication in which gestures communicate specific message s\, either in place of\, or in conjunction with language.
Examining h ow artists are using a variety of seminal hand codes in their work\, the ex hibition includes a good many gestural recognition for everything from mund ane activities like salutation\, masturbation\, reading and writing\, to em otive expressions of praise and criticism.
Gallery hours are Wednesda y through Saturday\, 10am to 6pm\, Sunday\, 12pm to 6pm\, Monday and Tuesda y by appointment.
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Lena Lapschina presents &ldquo\;Yes/No\,&rdquo\; an installa tion for Open Source Gallery.

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In Lapschina&rsquo\;s work\, communic ation is key. Lapschina is well-known for her systematic and methodical inv estigation into social issues through the exploration of malfunctions and o pposing factors. She explores not only the outcomes of choices\, but what o pportunities are being missed by having to choose. &ldquo\;Yes/No&rdquo\; i s a spatial installation of two light objects produced from sixteen standar d fluorescent tubes. Illuminated against a stark background\, two choices a re clear with little in between but a limbo: &ldquo\;Yes&rdquo\; and &ldquo \;No.&rdquo\;

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Visitors are welcomed into a space where they may mov e freely between dualities without reaching a decision. However\, while the viewer is free to choose\, one may not have the choices of &ldquo\;Yes&rdq uo\; and &ldquo\;No&rdquo\; simultaneously. On one side there is the affirm ative of &ldquo\;Yes\,&rdquo\; but by simply turning around\, it now become s &ldquo\;No.&rdquo\; In &ldquo\;Yes/No\,&rdquo\; opposing ideas do not cla sh\, but still remain on opposite sides of the coin.

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Lena Lapschina (Austrian\, born Russian) graduated from State Stroganow University of Fin e and Applied Arts in Moscow. She lives and works in Vienna and Lower Austr ia. She won the Austrian State Grant for Video and Media Art in 2011.

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DORIAN GREY GALLERY

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437 East 9th St.\, NYC

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< span style="font-family: 'book antiqua'\, palatino\;">Places and Things

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Jane Dickson  \; Marguerite Van Cook  \; Peggy Cyphers  \; Brigitte Engler \;

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January 3 - February 8\, 2015

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Opening Reception: January 6th\, 6-9 PM \n

RSVP :doriangreygallery@gmail.com

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This group show brings together four artists&lsquo\; different rep resentations of "place" and with its ambiguously opened ended title --"and things"--it asks\, what are the "things" that matter here? These works all offer investigations of space\, surfaces\, depths\, vistas in the paintings and marks on their surfaces. They deal with a strange temporality in enigm atic images \;that summon memory and imagination.

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Heavy Lite is an exhibition of artists that blend together h igh art and popular culture. Christian Faur replaces the pixel in digital p hotography with hand casted crayons. Dan Hernandez combines imagery from vi deo games with iconic images from Byzantine and Renaissance art. Sherry Kar ver&rsquo\;s media are photography and painting\, but her method is literar y\, exposing our most intimate foibles. Kathryn Siegler illuminates and tra nsforms disposable objects to comment on pop culture\, consumerism and nost algia.

DTEND:20150214 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150108 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Kim Foster Gallery\,529 W. 20th St. \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Heavy Lite\, Christian Faur\, Dan Hernandez\, Sherry Karver\, Kathr yn Siegler UID:367994 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150108T200000 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150108T180000 GEO:40.7464825;-74.0069332 LOCATION:Kim Foster Gallery\,529 W. 20th St. \nNew York\, NY 10011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Heavy Lite\, Christian Faur\, Dan Hernandez\, Sherry Karver\, Kathr yn Siegler UID:367995 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Leila  \;Heller  \;Gal lery  \;is  \;pleased  \;to  \;present  \;Time  \;To  \;Hit  \;The  \;Road\,  \;a  \;grou p  \;exhibition \; curated  \;by  \;Alex  \;Gerson &nbs p\;and  \;Matteo  \;Zevi.  \;This  \;is  \;the  \;f irst  \;show  \;in  \;New  \;York  \;City  \;featur ing  \; works  \;by  \;artists  \;who  \;participated & nbsp\;in  \;Gerson  \;and  \;Zevi&rsquo\;s  \;Land  \;A rt  \;Road  \;Trip  \;residency  \;in \; the  \;sum mers  \;of  \;2013  \;and  \;2014.  \;This  \;trip  \;is  \;a  \;traveling\,  \;immersive\,  \;residency & nbsp\;program \; exploring  \;works  \;by  \;pioneering &nb sp\;Land  \;Artists  \;throughout  \;the  \;Southwestern &n bsp\;United  \;States. \;

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In  \;recognition  \;of  \;the  \;cultural  \;richness &nb sp\;and  \;creative  \;spirit  \;of  \;the  \;&ldquo\;L and  \;of  \;Enchantment\,&rdquo\; \; a  \;portion  \;o f  \;all  \;the  \;show&rsquo\;s  \;proceeds  \;will &n bsp\;benefit  \;the  \;Museum  \;of  \;New  \;Mexico&nb sp\; Foundation.  \;

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Time  \; to  \;Hit  \;the  \;Road  \;is  \;the  \;culminatio n  \;of  \;a  \;great\,  \;collaborative  \;adventure\,  \;reflecting \; the  \;experiences  \;of  \;dozens &n bsp\;of  \;artists  \;who  \;participated  \;in  \;the  \;Gerson  \;Zevi  \;Land  \;Art  \;Road \; Trip. & nbsp\;Over  \;the  \;last  \;two  \;years\,  \;more &nb sp\;than  \;sixty  \;young  \;artists  \;participated   \;in  \;this \; exploration  \;of  \;the  \;open  \ ;road\,  \;learning  \;new  \;things  \;about  \;themse lves  \;and  \;about  \;the \; world  \;around  \;t hem.  \;Now\,  \;for  \;the  \;first  \;time\,  \;t heir  \;work  \;will  \;be  \;displayed  \;in  \;a  \;group  \;show at  \;Leila  \;Heller  \;Gallery   \;in  \;New  \;York  \;City.  \;Here\,  \;thousands &nb sp\;of  \;miles  \;from  \;the  \;dirt  \;roads  \; and \; dusty  \;cliffs  \;of  \;the  \;desert\,  \; this  \;remarkable  \;group  \;comes  \;together  \;onc e  \;again  \;to  \;show  \;how \; the  \;creative  \;journey  \;has  \;inspired  \;their  \;artistic &nbs p\;practice.  \;

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In  \;the  \;summers  \;of  \ ;2013  \;and  \;2014\,  \;these  \;artists  \;spent &nb sp\;up  \;to  \;a  \;month  \;at  \;a  \;time   \;traveling \; together  \;across  \;the  \;Southwest\, &nb sp\;exploring  \;iconic  \;works  \;of  \;land  \;art & nbsp\;by  \;Robert  \;Smithson\, \; Michael  \;Heizer\, &nb sp\;Nancy  \;Holt\,  \;and  \;Walter  \;de  \;Maria. &n bsp\;Much  \;like  \;the  \;artists  \;whose  \;works&n bsp\; they  \;visited\,  \;these  \;new  \;explorers  \ ;spent  \;days  \;at  \;a  \;time  \;outdoors\,  \; in  \;close  \;contact  \;with \; the  \;works\,  \ ;nature\,  \;each  \;other\,  \;and  \;little  \;else.  \;Retracing  \;these  \;steps\,  \;these  \;road   \;trips \; exposed  \;this  \;group  \;of  \;artists &n bsp\;to  \;life-­\;‐changing\,  \;defining  \;experiences\,  \;continuing  \;the \; legacy  \;of  \;pioneering &nbs p\;Land  \;Artists  \;who  \;took  \;their  \;practice  \;beyond  \;the  \;confines  \;of \; traditional   \;studio  \;or  \;gallery  \;settings.  \;

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Time &n bsp\;to  \;Hit  \;the  \;Road\,  \;curated  \;by  \ ;Alex  \;Gerson  \;and  \;Matteo  \;Zevi\,  \;the   \;leaders  \;of  \;the  \;Land \; Art  \;Road  \;Tr ip\,  \;is  \;an  \;exploration  \;of  \;these  \;s hared  \;experiences\,  \;and  \;the  \;ways  \;in &nbs p\;which  \;this \; group  \;of  \;artists  \;have &nbs p\;created  \;and  \;maintained  \;creative  \;dialogues &n bsp\;amongst  \;each  \;other.  \;

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Following  \;their  \;sharp  \;exposure  \;to &nb sp\;the  \;myriad  \;physical  \;and  \;conceptual  \;d ialogues \; generated  \;by  \;these  \;trips\,  \;most  \;of  \;the  \;artists  \;did  \;not  \;return &n bsp\;to  \;their  \;lives  \;in  \;isolation. \; Rather \,  \;they  \;found  \;their  \;practices\,  \;their &n bsp\;relationships\,  \;and  \;their  \;thoughts  \;drawn & nbsp\;into \; dialogues\,  \;between  \;themselves  \;and & nbsp\;with  \;the  \;journey  \;they  \;had  \;undertak en.  \;In  \;this  \;show\, \; many  \;of  \;these  \;discourses  \;are  \;revealed\,  \;along  \;with &nb sp\;the  \;wide  \;variety  \;of  \;creative \; express ions  \;that  \;have  \;resulted.

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About \; the \; Museum \; of \; New \ ; Mexico \; Foundation : The \; Museum \; of \; Ne w \; Mexico \; Foundation \; supports \; multiple \; cu ltural \; institutions \; that \; encompass \; \; seve ral \; museums\, \; historic \; sites \; and \; Office& nbsp\; of \; Archaeological \; Studies. \; The \; Foundatio n&rsquo\;s \; mission \; is \; \; to \; support \; the \; Museum \; of \; New \; Mexico \; system \; t hrough \; fund \; development \; for \; exhibitions \; and \; \; education \; programs\, \; financial \; manag ement \; and \; advocacy

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DTEND:20150110 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20141219 GEO:40.7500883;-74.0059166 LOCATION:Leila Heller Gallery - Chelsea\,568 West 25th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Time To Hit the Road\, Adam Joseph Brochstein\, Justin Kaneps\, Jo hanna Flato\, Helen Robinson\, George Charman\, Geoffrey Owen Miller\, Gen evieve Allison\, Frances Conde\, Emily Iremonger\, Elliot Ross\, Daisy John son\, Chris Willcox\, Caroline Cuse\, Camila Emson\, Anna Shen\, Alexander Getty\, Adeline de Monseignat\, Luke Hart\, Luke Kooper\, Marie Kaus\, Mat thew K. Firpo\, Nicole Ripka\, Parastu\, Rosanna Bach\, Sarah Mendelsohn\, Sheenagh B. Geoghegan\, Sophia Starling\, Tamsin Relly\, Yana Naiden UID:367810 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141219T200000 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20141219T180000 GEO:40.7500883;-74.0059166 LOCATION:Leila Heller Gallery - Chelsea\,568 West 25th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Time To Hit the Road\, Genevieve Allison\, Rosanna Bach\, Adam Jos eph Brochstein\, George Charman\, Frances Conde\, Caroline Cuse\, Camila Em son\, Matthew K. Firpo\, Johanna Flato\, Sheenagh B. Geoghegan\, Alexande r Getty\, Luke Hart\, Emily Iremonger\, Daisy Johnson\, Justin Kaneps\, Mar ie Kaus\, Luke Kooper\, Sarah Mendelsohn\, Geoffrey Owen Miller\, Adeline de Monseignat\, Yana Naiden\, Parastu\, Tamsin Relly\, Nicole Ripka\, Hele n Robinson\, Elliot Ross\, Anna Shen\, Sophia Starling\, Chris Willcox UID:367811 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150228 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150122 GEO:40.7536854;-73.9991637 LOCATION:Edward Thorp Gallery\,210 11th Ave. 6th Fl \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Charles W. Hutson (1840 – 1936)
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"Over The Bridge"is a group exhibition featuring the works o f 39 Queens-based artists\, all of whom are members of LICArtist\, Inc. The show opens January 5\, 2015 at Atlantic Gallery. A reception for the artis ts will be held on Thursday\, January 8\, from 5-8pm. An informal Art Talk event will be held Thursday\, January 10th\, from 2-5pm to meet the artists \, who will introduce themselves and discuss their works and the new growin g art scene in Long Island City\, with those attending. In addition\, a con tinuous digital slide show will provide a brief tour of some of the art ven ues in Long Island City. A closing reception will be held Saturday\, Januar y 17\, from 2-5. All events are free and open to the public. \; \;< /p>\n

The artists in OVER THE BRIDGE include painters\, sculptors and graphic artists\, all of whom have their studios and residences in Que ens: Linda Arnold\, Virginia Asman\, Michele Bonelli\, Yanka Canto r\, Ann Cofta\, Marilee Cooper\, James Corporan\, Carol Crawford\, \; S alvador Espinoza\, Paul Farinacci\, Kathy Ferguson\, Nancy Gesimondo\, Tama r Hirschl\, Mary Horowitz\, Deborah Julian\, Michele Krauss\, Eric Lawrence \, Alice Lipping\, Stephanie Liu\, Robert Lobe\, Nancy Macina\, Ellen Mande lbaum\,  \;Jean-Marie Guyaux\, Glenn Marlowe\, Kristen Martin\, Jean Os trow\, Michelle O&rsquo\;Connell\, Suzanne Pemberton\, Mary Pinto\, Leonora Retsas\, Selva Sanjines\, Claudia Schellenberg\, Elinore Schnurr\, Maria S pector\, Max Tzinman\, Marjorie Van Cura\, Mark Venaglia\, Masha Volkova\, and William Zehngut.

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Atlantic Gallery Hours during this special show are Mondays-Saturdays 12-6 pm\; with extended hours on T hursdays 6-9 pm.  \; \;Works and biographies of the members of LICA RTISTS\, INC. can be seen on their website\, www.licartists.org.

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Due to time and space limitations\, w e are only able to consider a single submission from each artist. Because t his is an unusual exhibition with many public events\, we are unable to ins ure artworks exhibited in the gallery. \;

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Ev ent Proposal Guidelines

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We would like to provid e Smack Mellon's 5\,000 square foot gallery space to be used by community o rganizers\, activists\, artists\, and communities to organize\, collaborate \, and act.

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We invite members of the community to submit proposals that will: \;

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An opportunity to \;RESPOND: Smack Mellon Open Call

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 \;After hearing about th e grand jury's decision to not indict Daniel Pantaleo\, Smack Mellon has po stponed a planned exhibition* in order to respond to the continued failure of the United States to protect its black citizens from police discriminati on and violence. In order to channel our outrage into actions that can faci litate systemic change\, Smack Mellon's gallery space will be used to prese nt events\, performances and artworks that address the institutional racism that allows for the police to murder black men. \;

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 \;The exhibition dates for RESPOND are January 17- February 22\, 2015.

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 \;Smack Mellon's \;current Studio Artists \;E steban del Valle\, Molly Dilworth\, Oasa DuVerney\, Ira Eduardovna\, Steffa ni Jemison\, and Dread Scott will work with Smack Mellon staff as lead orga nizers.  \;

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We hope you will join us in sending this important message about injustice from the artistic community out to a bro ader public.  \;

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RESPOND: \;Exhibition i nformation:

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 \;RESPOND is a powerful and di verse collection of curated artworks\, artifacts\, objects\, performances\, and public programs that respond to the context of police violence. Artist s working at all levels and in all media are invited to apply for inclusion in the group exhibition. We hope to provide an exhibition opportunity that enables emerging artists\, established artists\, and young people to share their work side-by-side.  \;

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 \;All submissions will be reviewed in the order that they are received. The submission deadl ine is Sunday\, December 28\, but artists are encouraged to submit as soon as possible for full consideration. \;

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Artists selec ted for inclusion in the group exhibition will be notified Friday\, January 2. Artwork must be received at the gallery between January 3 and January 7 . We recommend that artists hand-deliver the work between 12pm and 6pm\, Ja nuary 3-7. Artwork can be shipped to the gallery\, but Smack Mellon is unab le to cover shipping or return shipping costs. \;

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  • Video submissions will be accepted. Video works by multiple artists will be loope d on a single monitor.
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This is a large exhibition with limited space\, and our goal is to include a large and diverse group of artists. Accordingly\, size will be considered when evaluating your work. Video works that are shorter than 8 minutes wil l receive the strongest consideration. \;

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DTEND:20150222 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150117 GEO:40.7038547;-73.9895663 LOCATION:Smack Mellon\,92 Plymouth Street \nBrooklyn\, NY 11201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Respond!\, RESPOND\, Smack Mellon Open Call UID:367741 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150117T200000 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150117T180000 GEO:40.7038547;-73.9895663 LOCATION:Smack Mellon\,92 Plymouth Street \nBrooklyn\, NY 11201 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Respond!\, Smack Mellon Open Call\, RESPOND UID:367742 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Solo Exhibition called SILENCE...

DTEND:20080531 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20080512 GEO:40.7639736;-73.9898259 LOCATION:Jadite Galleries\,413 West 50th Street \nNew York\, NY 10019 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Eva Lewarne UID:367736 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20080512T200000 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20080512T180000 GEO:40.7639736;-73.9898259 LOCATION:Jadite Galleries\,413 West 50th Street \nNew York\, NY 10019 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Eva Lewarne UID:367737 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The notions of Difference and Repetition have been part of philosophy and art practices for thousands of years. Artists have commonly employed repetition&mdash\;the creation of art works in series or the making of multiples and copies&mdash\;in their work for a variety of reasons\, ranging from the commercial to the subversive. Y et\, crucial differences are often embedded within the process of iteration . Repetition and Difference brings together objects from the Museu m&rsquo\;s collection and works by contemporary artists that examine how di fferences and derivations can reveal significant meaning and who have consi stently returned to ideas of repetition and difference as a means of explor ing its formal possibilities and social implications. The exhibition is tit led after Gilles Deleuze&rsquo\;s seminal text Difference and Repetitio n\, first published in French in 1968\, a landmark book that fundament ally questioned concepts of identity and representation to propose how mult iplicity replaces the ideas of essence\, substance and possibility. \;< /p>\n

Repetition and Difference&nb sp\;historic works:

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Hanukkah Lamps
Marriage Contracts
Mezuzah Cases
Pillar Figurines
Sku llcaps
Spice Containers
Torah Binders
Tyrian Shekels

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Repetition and Difference \; is curated by Susan L. Braunstein\, Henry J. Leir Curator\, and Jens Hoffma nn\, Deputy Director\, Exhibitions and Public Programs\, with the assistanc e of Daniel S. Palmer\, Leon Levy Assistant Curator.

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Repetition and Difference \;is generously sup ported by the Barbara S. Horowitz Contemporary Art Fund\, the Jewish Museum Centennial Exhibition Fund\, and the Joan Rosenbaum Exhibition Fund.
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DTEND:20150809 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150313 GEO:40.7853715;-73.9575818 LOCATION:The Jewish Museum\,1109 Fifth Avenue (at 92nd Street) \nNew York\, NY 10128 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Repetition and Difference\, Walead Beshty\, Sarah Crowner\, Abraham Cruzvillegas\, N. Dash\, John Houck\, Koo Jeong-A\, Kris Martin\, Amalia P ica\, Hank Willis Thomas UID:367717 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150313T174500 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150313T110000 GEO:40.7853715;-73.9575818 LOCATION:The Jewish Museum\,1109 Fifth Avenue (at 92nd Street) \nNew York\, NY 10128 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Repetition and Difference\, Walead Beshty\, Sarah Crowner\, Abraham Cruzvillegas\, N. Dash\, John Houck\, Koo Jeong-A\, Kris Martin\, Amalia P ica\, Hank Willis Thomas UID:367718 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150207 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150106 GEO:40.7479654;-74.0069775 LOCATION:Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL)\,548 West 22nd Street \nNew York\, NY 100 11 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Matt Chambers UID:367716 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150314 DTSTAMP:20141221T142934 DTSTART:20150212 GEO:40.7479654;-74.0069775 LOCATION:Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL)\,548 West 22nd Street \nNew York\, NY 100 11 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Brad Troemel UID:367715 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR