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Lush Life: Chapters 5-9  
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Manuel Acevedo, Derrick Adams, Olivier Babin, Nina Lola Bachhuber, Pedro Barbeito, Robert Beck, Erik Benson, Chakaia Booker, Nanna Debois Buhl, Patty Chang, Tim Davis, Jessica Dickinson, Christoph Draeger, Kai Schiemenz / Iris Fluegel, Dana Frankfort, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Coco Fusco, Paul Gabrielli, Jackie Gendel, Nicolas Di Genova, Melissa Gordon, Robin Graubard, Joanne Greenbaum, Tommy Hartung, Karen Heagle, Leslie Hewitt, Scott Hug, Carol Irving, Ezra Johnson, Rashid Johnson, Jayson Keeling, Alisha Kerlin, Yashua Klos, David Kramer, Justen Ladda, Robert Lazzarini, Patrick Lee, José Lerma, Dani Leventhal, Dana Levy, Amy Longenecker-Brown, Gina Magid, Robert Melee, Alice O'Malley, Paul Pagk, Paul Pfeiffer, Jackie Saccoccio, David Shapiro, Rudy Shepherd, Xaviera Simmons, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky, Elisabeth Subrin, Gail Thacker, Jonathan VanDyke, Claudia Weber, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Matthew Weinstein, Judi Werthein, Mario Ybarra Jr. at Collette Blanchard Gallery July 8th, 2010 - August 13th, 2010
Posted 8/7/10
Here's the second half of my post on Lush Life, a multi-gallery exhibition curated by Franklin Evans and Omar Lopez-Chahoud featuring the works of 60 artists.  Named after and inspired by Richard Price's 2008 novel set in the Lower East Side, the group exhibition is presented in nine neighborhood galleries - each focusing on one of the nine chapters from the book.  Chapters 5-9 are on view at Y Gallery, Collette Blanchard, Salon 94, Scaramouche, and Eleven Rivington, respectively.  The first and la... [more]
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A Life Less Lush   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Melissa Gordon, Tommy Hartung, Jayson Keeling, Yashua Klos, Paul Pagk, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky at Scaramouche July 8th, 2010 - August 7th, 2010
Posted 7/11/10
** Participating galleries: Y Gallery, Sue Scott Gallery, On Stellar Rays, Lehmann Maupin, Collette Blanchard Gallery, Salon 94, Scaramouche, Eleven Rivington, Invisible-Exports Lush Life is an exhibition, like the novel from which it takes its title, motifs, and organizational strategies, that is about the life of a community, its history, its transitions, its present.  And not just any community; no, the location—and, in fact, the subject—of this collaborative, 9-gallery exhibition, and o... [more]
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Darwinian Ascension   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Tommy Hartung at On Stellar Rays November 1st, 2009 - December 23rd, 2009
Posted 12/13/09
We know that any contemporary art exhibition entitled “The Ascent of Man” is not really going to be about the ascent of man, not in any classical sense, and in fact, we know that it will most likely be a critique of such a concept. And so one approaches Tommy Hartung’s solo show at On Stellar Rays with some expectation that the work might dabble in sarcasm, irony, or tongue-in-cheekiness. But surprisingly, while Hartung’s video installation does contain elements of irony, it also has a... [more]
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Locally Global   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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CARA JUDEA ALHADEFF, HEIDI BOISVERT, Omar Chacon, THE ANTI-FASCIST CULTURE CLUB, COREY D'AUGUSTINE, Gregory de la Haba, Alejandro Diaz, Eteam, Lars Fisk, Tommy Hartung, KAROLYN HATTON, Daina Higgins, ODED HIRSCH, SIN-YING HO, Ryan Humphrey, Janelle Iglesias, Las Hermanas Iglesias, LISA IGLESIAS, DARREN JONES, CECILIA JUARADO, Jayson Keeling, HA NA LEE, Jia-Jen Lin, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Yasue Maetake, Derick Melander, BRENDAN MULCAHY, Kirsten Nash, Kymia Nawabi, Douglas Paulson, JONAS OLSON AND CAROL PEREIRA, DOMENICK DI PIETRANTONIO, JUSTINE REYES, Jaye Rhee, FUTURE SHOCK, DARIO SOLMAN, SP WEATHER STATION, OKAMATO STUDIO, TIM THYZEL, Nicole Tschampel, Jovan Karlo Villalba, Chin Chih Yang, Amy Yoes at Queens Museum of Art January 24th, 2009 - April 26th, 2009
Posted 3/29/09
In New York, location is everything. It’s a city where neighborhoods in which commercial art galleries flourish are quickly gentrified, and the relationship between center and margin behaves more like a lawless traffic intersection rather than a two-way street. The Queens Museum of Art, located pretty much at the end of the line on the 7 train, is both literally and figuratively on the periphery. Its current exhibition, The Queens International 4 (QI4), is a celebration of that space on the edg... [more]
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