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Yasue Maetake

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ACTIVE SPACE BRINGS INDUSTRY AND ART TO BUSHWICK by: KYLE RIVERAL JUNE 23, 2013  
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David Kramer, Julian Lorber, Yasue Maetake at Active Space May 31st, 2013 - July 7th, 2013
Posted 11/25/13
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Hints of Something Human   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Ana Cardoso, Anya Gallaccio, Yasue Maetake, Maria Petschnig, Tia Pulitzer, Kirstine Roepstorff, Clare Stephenson, Stacy Lynn Waddell at On Stellar Rays January 10th, 2010 - February 21st, 2010
Posted 1/31/10
      A bold and silent show, Alpha & is a captivating group exhibition of individual works presented in conversation with one another. Invited in with a proposed “exploration of the body and the body in time,” the first impression of this exhibition is somewhat unexpected in its subtle, nuanced, and overall magical atmosphere. A perusal of the gallery reveals that, although the works selected are distinctly diverse, they are somehow mysteriously connected. Each participates in 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 (QI4), is a celebration of that space on the edge, as well a... [more]
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