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ARTISTS CO-OP III
This once me mbership-based program turned annual free showcase for local artists event will feature 20 local artists in the group exhibit. \;Coupled with a sp ecial open studio\, in studio A\, by EtM resident choreographer Pam Tanowit z and composer Dan Siegler. \;

Participating Artists: \;SHAY ARICK\, Maria Belford\, Wonchun Che\, Marcy Chevali\, Ann Cofta\, Kristina Fretkovich\, Catherine Fletcher\, Cora Jane Glasser\, Matt Greco\, Norma Greenwood\, Jennifer Ivey\, Rod Ivey\, Sarah L angsam\, Kristine Marx\, Shannon McBride\, Antonia A. Perez\, Minshik Shin\ , Judy Yang\, Alva Mooses &\; Troels\, Steenholdt Heiredal.

DTEND:20160820 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160617 GEO:40.7040077;-73.7984318 LOCATION:Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning\,161-04 Jamaica Ave. \nJamaic a\, NY 11432 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Artists Co-Op III\, Shay Arick\, Maria Belford\, Wonchun Che\, Marc y Chevali\, Ann Cofta\, Kristina Fretkovich\, Catherine Fletcher\, Cora Jan e Glasser\, Matt Greco\, norma greenwood\, Jennifer Ivey\, Rod Ivey\, Sarah Langsam\, KRISTINE MARX\, Shannon McBride\, Antonia A. Perez\, Minshik Shi n\, Judy Yang\, Alva Mooses & Troels\, Steenholdt Heiredal UID:422062 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160617T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160617T180000 GEO:40.7040077;-73.7984318 LOCATION:Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning\,161-04 Jamaica Ave. \nJamaic a\, NY 11432 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Artists Co-Op III\, Shay Arick\, Maria Belford\, Wonchun Che\, Marc y Chevali\, Ann Cofta\, Catherine Fletcher\, Kristina Fretkovich\, Cora Jan e Glasser\, Matt Greco\, norma greenwood\, Steenholdt Heiredal\, Jennifer I vey\, Rod Ivey\, Sarah Langsam\, KRISTINE MARX\, Shannon McBride\, Antonia A. Perez\, Minshik Shin\, Alva Mooses & Troels\, Judy Yang UID:422063 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Jamaica Center for Arts &\; Learning (JCAL) invites the p ublic and local artists to its monthly First Friday Residency Series\, debu ting the work of local performing\, visual\, and literary artists\, on Frid ay\, July 1\, 2016\, 6pm-9pm at JCAL (161-04 Jamaica Avenue\, Jamaica\, NY) . \;

Scheduled performances and presentations by jazz band T he Eric Lemon Trio\, writer Keisha-Gaye Anderson\, singer and songwriter Ju lia Capello\, poet and writer\, Sokunthary Svay\, and dance company ZEST Co llective.

The JCAL First Friday Residency Series aims to provide an inviting and nurturing environment for artists in need of workspace and a platform to exhibit their craft. Artists of all disciplines are welcomed to submit concepts of unfinished work to be refined at JCAL. Selected arti sts will receive a one-month free rehearsal or workspace and an opportunity to present during the First Friday Residency Series\, which happens on the first Friday of every month.

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ATLANT IC GALLERY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT CONNECTIONS: Artists Selecting Artists\, a JURIED SUMMER INVITATIONAL\, July 12-30\, 2016. The first opening receptio n is Thursday evening\, July 14\, from 5-8 pm\; a second reception is sched uled for Saturday\, July 16\, 2-5 pm.

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Members of A tlantic Gallery selected outside artists whose works they admired to be gue st exhibitors in this broadly inclusive show of small\, modestly-p riced works. 108 artists are represented\; their works include sculpture\, painting\, drawing and collage\, each created within a challenging 12 by 12 by 12 inch format.

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DTEND:20160730 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160712 GEO:40.7517031;-74.0040108 LOCATION:Atlantic Gallery\,548 West 28th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:CONNECTIONS: Artists Selecting Artists\, a JURIED SUMMER INVITATION AL\, 108 artists represented UID:422046 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160714T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160714T170000 GEO:40.7517031;-74.0040108 LOCATION:Atlantic Gallery\,548 West 28th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:CONNECTIONS: Artists Selecting Artists\, a JURIED SUMMER INVITATION AL\, 108 artists represented UID:422047 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CUE Art Foundation is pleased to announce \;Radical Plastic\, a group exhibition featuring artists who emplo y formal visual languages to address more human contexts including the prob lematics of bodies and gender-based constructs. \;Radical Plastic \;is an opportunity to mediate on the idea of in-between-ness\, and what it means to be in the middle of something as each artist proves adept at navigating fluid and liminal areas.

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Becca Albee&rsquo\;s&nb sp\;work \;navigates between prescriptions of color as relating to the body\, gender\, and space\, and looking at color theory as a lens to confuse those constructs. \;On view is Albee&rsquo\ ;s \;Radical Feminist Therapy \;series\, which looks at Bo nnie Burstow's \;Radical Feminist Therapy:  \;Working in the Co ntext of Violence \;(published in 1992) as point of departure.

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Carolyn Carr&rsquo\;s \;A Pho tographer&rsquo\;s Studio and the Problems of Posing\, takes its title from a William Mortensen book and utilizes a store-bought drop cloth paint ed with red clay sourced from the Antebellum Trail as conceptual and litera l backdrop for her photography studio room installation.

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Catherine Czacki&rsquo\;s \;sculptural work\,&nb sp\;BB\, is an anti-bed bug mattress cover re-imagined as a slumpi ng\, hanging sculpture&ndash\;&ndash\;prompting connotations to porousness\ , desire\, possession\, the \;still life \;and the establi shing of physical boundaries between self and other.

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\n< p>Rachel Debuque \;creates large scale\, candy colored sets that both challenge and reflect pop cultural tedium. \;Within her sets\, constructed objects act as molded simulacra\, which offer an opport unity to give them new meaning. \;Glisten\, a new wor k commissioned by CUE\, is a performance installation that features a muscu lar\, female athlete in an &ldquo\;exercise room\,&rdquo\; who is performin g a workout regime.

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Carson Fisk-Vittori \;constructs environments integrating images\, artifacts and flor a to analyze the complex interactions between humans\, the dynamic landscap e and its ecosystems. Her current body of work\, \;Disturbance Ecol ogy\, brings together an ecosystem of hypothetical weather machines\, landscaping scenarios\, and animal repellants.

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Mia Goyette's \;work explores a potential future by creati ng a &ldquo\;hybrid landscape&rdquo\; from the detritus of human consumptio n. Wall-mounted sculptures dramatize and exaggerate waste streams created b y simple domestic systems such as decorative window box flowers and their c ontained water run-off trays.

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Michelle Grab ner \;is driven by a consistent negotiation with the forms tha t qualify &lsquo\;domesticity&rsquo\; through her &ldquo\;home base.&rdquo\ ; On view are a selection of her gingham inkjet prints\, works that reinfor ce her \;long-form practice of copying and translating gingham patterns uniting the body (hand) with the mind (commentary) in an almost coach-and- player like fashion.

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Ria Roberts \;is a graphic designer and organizer. Occupying the store-front like ga llery of the CUE space\, Ria presents a bookshelf titled \;Design W ithin Reach\, made from \;discarded materials from the Metropolita n Museum of Art (where she is \;employed) and featuring \;newly rel eased \;issues of \;Oikos \;and \;Methods  \;alongside \;Bittersweet\, a commissioned natural scent by Tatiana Godoy Bentacur\, \;jewelry by Sarah Shikama\, swimwear by Mi a Lindquist\, and ceramics by Lauren Francescone.

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Carolyn Salas' \;abstract sculptures are n o doubt formal\, but also suggestively human-scaled. Salas considers the ph ysical installation of her works carefully\, so they almost imply and build anthropomorphic conversations. \;Her most recent body of work utilizes the mold-making and casting process to create a sculptural installation on a large platform.

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DTEND:20160820 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160716 GEO:40.7536854;-73.9991637 LOCATION:CUE Art Foundation\,137 West 25th Street Ground Floor\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Radical Plastic\, Carolyn Salas\, Ria Roberts\, Mia Goyette\, Miche lle Grabner\, Carson Fisk-Vittori\, Rachel Debuque\, Catherine Czacki\, Car olyn Carr\, Becca Albee UID:422044 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160716T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160716T180000 GEO:40.7536854;-73.9991637 LOCATION:CUE Art Foundation\,137 West 25th Street Ground Floor\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Radical Plastic\, Becca Albee\, Carolyn Carr\, Catherine Czacki\, R achel Debuque\, Carson Fisk-Vittori\, Mia Goyette\, Michelle Grabner\, Ria Roberts\, Carolyn Salas UID:422045 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

July 15th &ndash\; September 2nd\, 2016

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July 14th Exhibition Opening

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6 &ndash\; 7 pm: Press and Members Preview \;[RSVP ]

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7 &ndash\; 9 pm: Public Opening \;[RSVP]

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We are experiencing the emergence of a culture that is marked by a return to\, redefinition\, and expansion of the notion of the commons. The increasing complexity and inter connectedness of globalization is reorienting us away from trends that have emphasized individuation and singular development\, and toward new forms o f collectivity. \;
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Over the last decade\, \;emerging technologies and economies hav e affected aspects of our everyday life\, from the way we work and travel\, to how we think about shelter and social engagement.
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How will the sharing movement of today affect the way we in habit and build the cities oftomorrow?

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\nManhattan\, one of the most dense and iconic places in the world\, has be en a laboratory for many visions \;of urbanism. \;Sharing Model s: Manhattanisms \;invites 30 international architects to produce models of their own visions for the city&rsquo\;s future. \;
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The models\, each a section of Manhattan\, establish analytical\, conceptual\, and physical frameworks for inhabiting and constr ucting urban space and the public sphere. Together\, they present a composi te figure\; a territory that is simultaneously fictional and real\, and one that opens a window to new perceptions of the city&rsquo\;s shared assets.  \;
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P articipants

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Archi-Tectonics\, NYC

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Asymptote \;Architecture

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Atelier Manferdini

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Buro Koray Duman

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Iñ\;aqui Carnicero and Lorena del Rí\;o

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Matilde Cassani

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Dror

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FOAM

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Future Firm

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Hö\;weler + Yoon

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Huff + Gooden Architects

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JUNE14

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Leong Leong

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LEVENBETTS

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MAIO

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Manuel Herz Architects

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ODA

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The Open Worksho p

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Pedro &\; Juana

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Renato Rizzi\, IUAV Venice (It)

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SCHAUM/SHIEH

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SITU Studio

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SO &ndash\; IL

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T+E+A+M

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Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

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TEN Arquitectos

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Urban Agency

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Research support for this exhibition is provi ded by Juan Francisco Saldarriaga and the Center for Spatial Research at Co lumbia University.

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Specific model support provided by \;Acció\;n Cultural Españ\;ola (AC/E). DTEND:20160902 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160715 GEO:40.7215083;-73.9971759 LOCATION:Storefront for Art and Architecture\,97 Kenmare Street \nNew York\ , NY 10012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sharing Models: Manhattanisms UID:421981 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160714T210000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160714T190000 GEO:40.7215083;-73.9971759 LOCATION:Storefront for Art and Architecture\,97 Kenmare Street \nNew York\ , NY 10012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sharing Models: Manhattanisms UID:421982 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

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Robert Arneson
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Jos eph Beuys \;
Willie Cole
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Man Ray\nJames Rosenquist
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\nDonald Sultan
La wrence Weiner
DTEND:20160826 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160713 GEO:40.7501399;-74.003542 LOCATION:RYAN LEE\,515 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:9 Objects\, Robert Arneson\, Joseph Beuys\, Willie Cole\, Yayoi Kus ama\, Man Ray\, James Rosenquist\, Stephanie Syjuco\, Donald Sultan\, Lawre nce Weiner UID:421959 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160713T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160713T180000 GEO:40.7501399;-74.003542 LOCATION:RYAN LEE\,515 West 26th Street \nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:9 Objects\, Robert Arneson\, Joseph Beuys\, Willie Cole\, Yayoi Kus ama\, Man Ray\, James Rosenquist\, Donald Sultan\, Stephanie Syjuco\, Lawre nce Weiner UID:421960 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160826 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160701 GEO:40.7464427;-74.006994 LOCATION:Tyler Rollins Fine Art\,529 West 20 Street\, 10W \nNew York\, NY 1 0011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Nature / Nurture UID:421957 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160701T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160701T180000 GEO:40.7464427;-74.006994 LOCATION:Tyler Rollins Fine Art\,529 West 20 Street\, 10W \nNew York\, NY 1 0011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Nature / Nurture UID:421958 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
Moderated by Eva Franch i Gilabert and \;Beatrice Galilee
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Manifesto Series: In Our Time &ndash\; The Sharing Movement \, is a two-part series presented by Storefront for Art and Architecture an d The Metropolitan Museum of Art. How will today&rsquo\;s sharing movement affect the way we work\, move\, build\, and produce new ideas and knowledge ?

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Participants will discuss this contemporary and ubiquitous moveme nt\, one that is increasingly influencing the exchange of goods\, data\, im ages\, services\, and spaces of residence and work. The series brings toget her leading practitioners and scholars embedded within the movement to expl ore its spatial\, social\, public\, and private consequences\, many of whic h are changing the future of urban life.

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Events will take place on June 8th at the Met Breuer\, and on July 19th at Storefront for Art and Arc hitecture. Storefront will also publish a related book as part of its Manif esto Series that draws upon the issues presented during the event.

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This lecture is made possible by Dr. William Pordy.\n
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These events are \;free \; and \;open \;to the \;public\, with seating on a first come\, f irst served basis. \;Storefront members receive reserved seating. If yo u are a member and would like to reserve a seat\, you can RSVP to aa@storef rontnews.org and specify which events you&rsquo\;ll be attending. \;If& nbsp\;you would like to become a \;Storefront \;member\, please see here.
DTEND:20160719T210000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160719T190000 GEO:40.7215083;-73.9971759 LOCATION:Storefront for Art and Architecture\,97 Kenmare Street \nNew York\ , NY 10012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Part II: Manifesto Series: In Our Time – The Sharing Movement UID:421956 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

July 14th Exhibition O pening

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6 &ndash\; 7 pm: Pres s and Members Preview \;[RSVP]

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7 &ndash\; 9 pm: Public Opening \;[RSVP]

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We are ex periencing the emergence of a culture that is marked by a return to\, redef inition\, and expansion of the notion of the commons. The increasing comple xity and interconnectedness of globalization is reorienting us away from tr ends that have emphasized individuation and singular development\, and towa rd new forms of collectivity. \;
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Over the last decade\, \;emerging technologies and economies have affected aspects of our everyday life\, from the way we work and travel\, to how we think about shelter and social engagement.
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How will the sharing movement of today affect the way we inh abit and build the cities of tomorrow?

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\nManhattan\, one of the most dense and iconic places in the world\, has be en a laboratory for many visions \;of urbanism. \;Sharing Model s: Manhattanisms \;invites 30 international architects to produce models of their own visions for the city&rsquo\;s future. \;
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The models\, each a section of Manhattan\, establish analytical\, conceptual\, and physical frameworks for inhabiting and constr ucting urban space and the public sphere. Together\, they present a composi te figure\; a territory that is simultaneously fictional and real\, and one that opens a window to new perceptions of the city&rsquo\;s shared assets.  \;
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Asymptote \;Architecture\n

Atelier Manferdini

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Bureau V

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Buro Koray Duman

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Iñ\;aqui Carnicero and Lorena del Rí\;o

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Matilde Cassani

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Dror< /a>

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FOAM

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Future Firm

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Hö\;weler + Yoon

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Hu ff + Gooden Architects

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JUNE14

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Leong Leong

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LEVENBETTS

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MAIO

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Manuel Herz A rchitects

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MODU

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ODA

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The Open Workshop

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Pedro &\; Juana< /a>

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Renato Rizzi\, IUAV Venice (It)\n

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SITU Studio< /a>

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SO &ndash\; IL

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T+E+A+M

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Tatiana Bilbao Estudio

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TEN Arquitectos

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Urban Agency< /a>

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Research support for this exhibition is provided by Juan F rancisco Saldarriaga and the Center for Spatial Research at Columbia Univer sity.

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Specific model support provided by Acció\;n Cu ltural Españ\;ola (AC/E).

DTEND:20160827 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160715 GEO:40.7215083;-73.9971759 LOCATION:Storefront for Art and Architecture\,97 Kenmare Street \nNew York\ , NY 10012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sharing Models: Manhattanisms UID:421954 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160714T210000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160714T190000 GEO:40.7215083;-73.9971759 LOCATION:Storefront for Art and Architecture\,97 Kenmare Street \nNew York\ , NY 10012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sharing Models: Manhattanisms UID:421955 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160805 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160626 GEO:40.7185514;-73.9923292 LOCATION:Simon Preston Gallery\,301 Broome Sytreet \nNew York\, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, Victoria Fu\, John Gerrard\, Marco Rios\, Josh T onsfeldt UID:421952 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160626T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160626T180000 GEO:40.7185514;-73.9923292 LOCATION:Simon Preston Gallery\,301 Broome Sytreet \nNew York\, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, Victoria Fu\, John Gerrard\, Marco Rios\, Josh T onsfeldt UID:421953 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In celebration of Martin Purye ar&rsquo\;s monumental sculpture\, \;Big Bling\, installed in New York&rsquo\;s Madison Square Park t hrough January 2017\, Senior &\; Shopmaker is pleased to present a selec tion of etchings produced by the artist at Paulson Bott Press from 2008 thr ough 2014.

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Puryear&rsquo\;s printmaki ng is intimately connected to and revelatory of the creative process which informs his nuanced and meticulously crafted sculptures. In the artist&rsqu o\;s words\, &ldquo\;Prints are direct. It&rsquo\;s very freeing to work so directly. There is an element of immediacy about it\, or there should be. In my hands it often isn&rsquo\;t because I tend to be difficult to satisfy in terms of getting it the way I want it.&rdquo\; \; In his prints\, P uryear uses line to investigate a form&rsquo\;s potential\, whether schemat ic and minimal as in Untitled VI (State I) \;and \;Unt itled VI (State II)\, 2012\, or dense and volumetric in his descriptio n of the narrative forms in Black Cart \;and Phrygian .

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Puryear&rsquo\;s graphic work is cu rrently the subject of Multiple Dimensions\, a traveling exhibitio n organized by the Art Institute of Chicago\, which traveled to the Morgan Library &\; Museum\, New York and opens May 27th at the Smithsonian Amer ican Art Museum in Washington\, DC.

DTEND:20160729 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160521 GEO:40.7499366;-74.005949 LOCATION:Senior & Shopmaker Gallery\,210 Eleventh Avenue \nNew York\, NY 10 001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Etchings\, Martin Puryear UID:421951 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20160731 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160629 GEO:40.7178514;-74.0034384 LOCATION:Queer Thoughts\,373 Broadway Room C9\nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Marriage UID:421946 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160629T210000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160629T190000 GEO:40.7178514;-74.0034384 LOCATION:Queer Thoughts\,373 Broadway Room C9\nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Marriage UID:421947 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Is sex more intense while blin dfolded?

Does the elimination of one sense amplify the others?< br /> What happens to an art exhibition if one ever-present component is ta ken away?
What happens if you ask artists not to use color?
How does it impact creative process and perception?

The artworks in Grayscale are all black and white. And many shades of gray. Mor e than fifty for sure.

The show is divided into two parts.

Anton Perich (b. 1945) and Bernard Kirsche nbaum (1924-2016)\, two pioneering pre-media artists rooted in Pop and Minimalism respectively share the front gallery. Perich's black and wh ite portraits created with his electric painting machine and his 1973/74 vi deo "Muhammad Ali: The Lost and Found" are presented along Bernard Kirschen baum\, an early adopter of computer technology whose works explore geometry \, scale\, patterns and randomness. A group of his sequential drawings and a layered plexiglas sculpture "Entropy" (1996) will be on view.

In dialogue with Perich and Kirschenbaum\, six younger artists in the seco nd gallery engage in today's reverberations of Pop\, Minimalism and current hotspots of content and form. Their works range from data visualizations o f slave auctions sites (Dyson) to text based political cha rts (Powhida)\, expressive air brush portraits (Le e)\, resin and latex body impressions (Hayden)\, painterly digital prints (Gorczynski)\, and multimaterial abstract compositions (Cooper).

The color is m issing\, but do we really miss it?
Isn't sex more intense while blind folded?

DTEND:20160806 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624 GEO:40.717264;-74.002659 LOCATION:Postmasters\,54 Franklin Street \nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Grayscale\, Diana Cooper\, Torkwase Dyson\, Alexandra Gorczynski\, Hugh Hayden\, Bernard Kirschenbaum\, Austin Lee\, Anton Perich\, William Po whida UID:421942 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160624T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624T170000 GEO:40.717264;-74.002659 LOCATION:Postmasters\,54 Franklin Street \nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Grayscale\, Diana Cooper\, Torkwase Dyson\, Alexandra Gorczynski\, Hugh Hayden\, Bernard Kirschenbaum\, Austin Lee\, Anton Perich\, William Po whida UID:421943 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Madatart an art promotion comp any announces the Georgian artists group exhibition at Phoenix Gallery\, Ch elsea\, New York.  \;10 different but equally incredible Georgian paint ers and sculptors will be participating in the exhibition. The exhibition w ill encompass many types of visual arts: painting\, 3d painting sculpture\, drawing.

DTEND:20160629 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160621 GEO:40.7515661;-74.0041872 LOCATION:Phoenix Gallery\,548 West 28 Street Suite 528\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Guest Exhibition: Georgian Artists Group UID:421940 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160623T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160623T180000 GEO:40.7515661;-74.0041872 LOCATION:Phoenix Gallery\,548 West 28 Street Suite 528\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Guest Exhibition: Georgian Artists Group UID:421941 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Petzel Gallery presents new pa intings by Wade Guyton and Stephen Prina.

Poster by Joseph Lo gan.

Petzel Gallery is located at 456 West 18th Street New Yor k\, NY 10011. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM &nda sh\; 6:00 PM. After July 4th weekend\, gallery hours are Monday through Fri day from 10:00 AM &ndash\; 6:00 PM.

DTEND:20160805 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624 GEO:40.7443935;-74.0059535 LOCATION:Petzel Gallery - 18th Street\,456 W 18th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Paintings\, Wade Guyton\, Stephen Prina UID:421938 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160624T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624T180000 GEO:40.7443935;-74.0059535 LOCATION:Petzel Gallery - 18th Street\,456 W 18th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:New Paintings\, Wade Guyton\, Stephen Prina UID:421939 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Petzel Gallery is pleased to a nnounce Fine Young Cannibals\, a summer group exhibition\, running parallel to Wade Guyton and Stephen Prina&rsquo\;s annual collaboration. T he show opens Friday\, June 24th and will remain on view until Friday\, Aug ust 5th.

Discourse on contemporary painting has recently taken a turn toward technological properties\, neoliberal politics\, and &lsquo\ ;market flipping&rsquo\;. The term &ldquo\;Zombie Abstraction&rdquo\; was c oined as a comment on &ldquo\;process fetish&rdquo\; and the state of a per ceived art market deemed cynical in nature. However\, could this be a misco nception? Are painters indeed trying to impress an audience with their mark et savvy and skill in manipulating media? Achim Hochdö\;rfer\, director of the Brandhorst Museum\, Munich\, writes in his essay\, &ldquo\;How the World Came in&rdquo\;:

"The essence of painting is no longer d efined by the manual application of paint onto canvas or some other support \; rather it manifests itself in the fact that paintings are no longer unde rstood as self-contained\, hermetically sealed objects but are instead hubs of much larger referential networks." (2016)

Robert Rauschenb erg&rsquo\;s work might be the matrix for Hochdö\;rfer&rsquo\;s assessm ent\; his influence is certainly ubiquitous in contemporary art. Nonetheles s\, consideration can also be placed on the self-referential nature of pain tings&mdash\;whether or not they attempt to articulate their own constr uctedness as motif and motivation. Art historian David Joselit\, co-cu rator of Painting 2.0\, writes in an essay on Jacqueline Humphries that her affective gesture is a &ldquo\;picture&rdquo\;\, a representation of itsel f. Fine Young Cannibals comprises a group of artists who further t his discussion: Christopher Wool&rsquo\;s painting (2007) derives from vari ous technical maneuvers to re-stage (or blow-up) an earlier drawing\; Rudol f Stingel&rsquo\;s do-it-yourself painting (2015) demystifies the creative act altogether\, while Martin Kippenberger&rsquo\;s rubber paintings includ e cast protrusions of earlier painting motives (a revamping in 3D from 1991 ). Wade Guyton&rsquo\;s inkjet printer is no more a sophisticated tool than Laura Owens&rsquo\; silkscreen\, but it allows him to cannibalize images f rom earlier installations and re-charge (or empty out) their now legendary status. Laura Owens intersects newspaper clippings with heavy brush marks\, too disproportionally large to be mistaken for subjective expressivity\; P ieter Schoolwerth&rsquo\;s elaborate process of making paintings incorporat es studio photography\, digital printing on canvas (with heavy distortions) and oil paint\, almost like a &lsquo\;corrective&rsquo\; gesture&mdash\;th e artist&rsquo\;s hand\; Albert Oehlen&rsquo\;s computer pictures follow a similar logic&mdash\;hybrids all in print and paint.

It would be as problematic to reduce these artists to mere agents in some conspiracy \, as it would be ridiculous to blame de Kooning for generic abstract paint ings in the 1950s and 1960s. Furthermore\, abstraction in Cheyney Thompson& rsquo\;s work is not a genre in or for itself\; his paintings address divis ions of labor\, time and the body as much as the fundamentally opposite\, H eimo Zobernig\, identifies the inherent theatricality of making paintings. Jorge Pardo takes his self-referential play to another extreme by attaching an iPad onto the surface that connects the viewer with his studio in Merid a\, Mexico.

As divergent as these artists are (rarely exhibiti ng together)\, they engage the artifice of their paintings&mdash\;all mecha nisms\, tools and attributes are laid bare in order to open up a relevant d iscourse on painting\, abstract or representational\, analog or digitally p rocessed: what constitutes a painting today and how vital is that &lsquo\;p ainting-body&rsquo\;?

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Petzel Gallery is located at 456 West 18th Street. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Satur day from 10:00 AM &ndash\; 6:00 PM. After July 4th weekend\, gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM &ndash\; 6:00 PM.

DTEND:20160805 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624 GEO:40.7443935;-74.0059535 LOCATION:Petzel Gallery - 18th Street\,456 W 18th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Fine Young Cannibals\, Walead Beshty\, Wade Guyton\, Jacqueline Hum phries\, Martin Kippenberger\, Michael Krebber\, Albert Oehlen\, Laura Owen s\, Jorge Pardo\, Seth Price\, Pieter Schoolwerth\, Josh Smith\, Rudolf Sti ngel\, Cheyney Thompson\, Kelley Walker\, Christopher Wool\, Heimo Zobernig UID:421936 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160624T200000 DTSTAMP:20160625T024913 DTSTART:20160624T180000 GEO:40.7443935;-74.0059535 LOCATION:Petzel Gallery - 18th Street\,456 W 18th Street \nNew York\, NY 10 011 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Fine Young Cannibals\, Walead Beshty\, Wade Guyton\, Jacqueline Hum phries\, Martin Kippenberger\, Michael Krebber\, Albert Oehlen\, Laura Owen s\, Jorge Pardo\, Seth Price\, Pieter Schoolwerth\, Josh Smith\, Rudolf Sti ngel\, Cheyney Thompson\, Kelley Walker\, Christopher Wool\, Heimo Zobernig UID:421937 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR