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Trisha Baga

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Between Reality and Reverie   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Karen Adelman, Trisha Baga, Cara Benedetto, Scott Benzel, Gabriele Beveridge, Lucas Blalock, Nina Canell, Marieta Chirulescu, Isabelle Cornaro, Lili Reynaud-Dewar w/ Olivia Dunbar, Deanna Erdmann, Brendan Fowler, Erik Frydenborg, Amy Granat, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Nathan Hylden, Barbara Kasten, Erik Lindman, Shana Lutker, Joseph Mosconi, Alex Olson, Taisha Paggett, Lindsay August Salazar, Rachell Sawatsky, Sara VanDerBeek, Erika Vogt, Flora Wiegmann, Rosha Yaghmai at Public Fiction September 6th, 2013 - November 27th, 2013
Posted 9/21/13
The basic structure of society is not amenable to surrealist states. Louis Aragon’s vision-soaked stroll through the passage de l’opera in his preeminently surrealist novel Paris Peasant reads like foggy brainspace turned inside out and made into poetry, coloring reality itself with its instability. Umbrellas dance, a lock of flaxen hair—seen only in a flash—mercilessly seduces. Instability is the reality of The Stand In (Or A Glass of Milk) Phase 1: An Unbiased Teal.... [more]
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The Cubicle Is a Canvas at a Midtown Art Show  
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Trisha Baga, Rachel Harrison, Craig Kalpakjian, Rebecca Lieb, David Muenzer, Tucker Rae-Grant at The Lipstick Building June 20th, 2011 - October 31st, 2011
Posted 12/15/11
The show, “14 & 15,” could have been vengeful; after all, even artists were not immune to the effects of the economic meltdown. Instead it felt archaeological, with the artists casting themselves as explorers uncovering a foreign world. Adriane Quinlan's complete review. [more]
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