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Exhibition Detail
Cube Without A Cube
Curated by: Bart de Koning Gans
127 Elizabeth Street
New York, NY 10013
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July 10th, 2008 - August 17th, 2008
Opening: 
July 10th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Liminal Cube,  Frame #1- 9, Bill AlbertiniBill Albertini, Liminal Cube, Frame #1- 9,
2006, Inkjets and Watercolor on Archival Arches Paper, 11 x 14 Inches
© B Albertini
And Nothing Else Matters, Zach NeedlerZach Needler, And Nothing Else Matters,
2008, Acrylic on Wood Panel, 34 x 36 Inches
© Z. Needler and Christopher Henry Gallery
Cube Without A Cube, Group Show 10th of July to AugustGroup Show 10th of July to August,
Cube Without A Cube,
July 10th to August 2008
Liminal Cube, Bill AlbertiniBill Albertini, Liminal Cube,
2006, 16MM Film and Stills, 11 x 14 Inches
© B. Albertini and Martos Gallery
Untitled (Ash Cube), Harold AncartHarold Ancart, Untitled (Ash Cube),
2008, Epoxy, Pigment and Nylon Wire, 48 x 48 Inches
© A. Harold and Christopher Henry Gallery
\'My Space\' and \'And Nothing Else Matters\', Zach NeedlerZach Needler,
'My Space' and 'And Nothing Else Matters',
2008, Acrylic on Wood Panel, 34 x 36 Inches
© Z. Needler and Christopher Henry Gallery
Untitled (Wall Drawing), Devin PowersDevin Powers, Untitled (Wall Drawing),
2008, pen and acrylic on wall
© D. Powers and Christopher Henry Gallery
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Cube without a Cube
Group Show July 10th - August, 2008

‘There is no need to invent new forms. The square and cube are efficient and symmetrical.'- Sol Lewitt ‘The Cube'

The cube is a fundamental and iconic form; it is composed solely of right angles - the epitome of simplicity and abstraction. Plato believed the cube was one of the five basic geometric shapes that composed the universe. It is a standard in urban landscape from the white cube of the gallery to the grids of city blocks - it is a shape that defines our surrounding. Its presence in history through modern times stands as a challenge for artists to confront its formal integrity and make it their own. This exhibit takes a look at the different interpretations and perspectives of the cube.

Cube without a Cube will feature the works of Bill Albertini, Harold Ancart, Zach Needler and Devin Powers. The exhibit runs from July 10th until August, please contact the gallery for further information or images.

 


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