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Jillian Conrad

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Young Curators / New Ideas IV   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Sterling Allen, Ben Alper, Pan Aterson, Amy Beecher, A.K. Burns, Darren Coffield, Jillian Conrad, Adam Curtis, Teresa Henriquez, Peter Hobbs, Brookhart Jonquil, Jerry KEARNS, Jen Kennedy, Ryan Lauderdale, Liz Linden, C.J. Matherne, Hugo McCloud, Matt Nichols, Miranda Pissarides, Erik Blinderman & Lisa Rave, Josh Reames, Prem Sahib, Judith Shimer, Adam Parker Smith, Kasper Sonne, Jeni Spota, Jeffrey Vallance, Julia Weist at Meulensteen June 7th, 2012 - August 24th, 2012
Posted 8/20/12
Youth and newness are the totems of this exhibition and it feels that way. An excitement like an electric current runs through the arrangements of artworks, which seem to function as conceptual experiments or curatorial prototypes. The exhibition is built on a somewhat peculiar precedent; a dozen aspiring curators were each allotted a section of the gallery to mount individual micro-shows. Most chose to work with two or three artists; in all there are twenty-nine artists represented by an abund... [more]
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Dog Days   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Patrick Brennan, Rick Caruso, Jillian Conrad, Nathan Gwynne, Katy Higgins, Kim Hoeckele, Ellie Irons, Rena Leinberger, Carlota Mazon, Andrew D. Moeller, Michael Beitz and Matt Monroe, Heidi Neilson, Center for Urban Pedagogy, Birgit Rathsmann, Erin Thurlow, Eugenie Tung, and Jeff Williams at Smack Mellon June 18th, 2011 - July 31st, 2011
Posted 7/3/11
Dog days.  Cut through the greasy air, thick with humidity.  Mosquito bites and black tar rooftops.  Skin prickly with salt, a deep grime collected under fingernails. Odors intensify and linger. The only respite found in a public pool shared with hundreds of others.  There’s a reason that New York City residents (those who can afford to) quit the city during the worst of the summer months, abandoning it for cooler, breezier climes in the Hamptons or upstate. The hot city is the theme of a smart... [more]
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