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Carter Mull

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Soul Doubt/Sold Out: Unsold Inventory and Leftovers from the First Decade of the Millenium. Part 1   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Anne Collier, Brian Fahlstrom, Luisa Lambri, Jason Meadows, Carter Mull, Frances Stark, Mateo Tannatt, Jennifer West at Marc Foxx July 10th, 2010 - July 31st, 2010
Posted 8/2/10
Any work of art or exhibition may be interpreted through almost any lens. It may be judged on any criteria. That being said, when I write about art I look for the work of art or the show to set some terms by which I can make judgments. I try to see an internal logic to the thing—just because a show of Color Field paintings can be discussed in terms of the social and political conditions of modern life, doesn’t mean it’s always the best way. I start looking, however conservative this might... [more]
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Photography's Second Kill   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Walead Beshty, Daniel Gordon, Leslie Hewitt, Carter Mull, Sterling Ruby, Sara VanDerBeek at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) September 30th, 2009 - January 11th, 2010
Posted 1/4/10
    At the turn of the last century everybody was saying photography killed painting. Now it seems photography has killed itself in an effort to be more like painting. The first time around the killing was all about representation and which medium was better suited to depict the physical world. Painting lost and went abstract. The second killing is all about process, and if there was blood to be shed, it would be all over the Robert and Joyce Menschel Photography Gallery where New Photography is on... [more]
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In Between   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Anne Collier, Brian Fahlstrom, Evan Holloway, Carter Mull, Sterling Ruby at Marc Foxx January 12th, 2008 - February 9th, 2008
Posted 1/20/08
At first, the current group show at Marc Foxx offers little in the way of a theme or “hook.” However, the juxtaposition of works that seem to have been randomly chosen to show together, other than the fact that they are all large-scale pieces, is ultimately rewarding rather than frustrating. The gaps left between one artist’s work and that of another are productive in that they lead one to actually try to put the puzzle together, rather than simply “read” the show along a pre-determined path.In spe... [more]
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If Gesture Was the Answer by Hong-An Truong   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Carter Mull at Rivington Arms September 6th, 2007 - October 6th, 2007
Posted 9/7/07
Carter Mull’s exhibit, Ethics of Everyday Fiction at Rivington Arms Gallery, interrogates the photographic medium both as material construction and social fabrication. Mull presents us with several large, luminously metallic color photographs, abstractions void of specific social reference, with barely there traces of what is actually ‘representable.’ In Subject (“Umbrella,” Rihanna featuring Jay-Z, Billboard Magazine Hot 100 Number 1 for weeks June 9 – July 21, 2... [more]
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