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Megan Liu Kincheloe

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Light, Linen, Formica, Wax   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Ryan Lauderdale, Jessica Sanders at KANSAS June 21st, 2014 - August 2nd, 2014
Posted 7/9/14
In their two-person exhibition, Ryan Lauderdale and Jessica Sanders present work that takes various approaches to creating physical objects through systematic processes. What’s remarkable is how their works seem to dialogue through the diversity of the basic forms and materials each artist prefers. Lauderdale presents hard-edged, technological lamp-like wall sculptures while Sanders is showing two focused groups of paintings that use the properties of beeswax over linen. Their works are... [more]
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Rita Ackermann, Stephan Antonakos, Stephen Antonakos, Shoja Azari, Eric Banks, Rachel Beach, ANDREA ROBBINS & MAX BECHER, Z. Behl, Michael Benedetto, Jesus Benevente, Lynda Benglis, Leon Benn, Robert Bergman, antonio bilotta, Vivien Bittencourt, Williamson Brasfield, Michael Brennan, Ric Briggs, Melissa Carroll, Donna Cleary, Chuck Close, Mike Cloud, Diana Cooper, Joanna Pousette- Dart, DAS, N. Dash, Martha Diamond, Rackstraw Downes, Salvatore Farina, Teresita Fernández, C. Finley, Ryan Foerster, Gerald Forster, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Lucy Fradkin, Joey Frank, Natalie Frank, Scott Fulmer, John Ganz, Rico Gatson, Gandalf Gavan, Allison Ginsberg, Juan Eduardo Gomez, Tamara Gonzales, Ron Gorchov, Dana Gordon, Douglas Gordon, Mark Greenwold, EJ Hauser, Lonnie Holley, David Humphrey, James Hyde, Suzanne Joelson, DARREN JONES, Michael Joo, Alex Katz, Benjamine Keating, Mel Kendrick, Owen Keogh, Clay Ketter, Megan Liu Kincheloe, Kathleen Kucka, Antón Lamazares, Noah Landfield, Ronnie Landfield, Matthew C. Lange, James English Leary, Greg Leshe, Matvey Levenstein, Dean Levin, Margrit Lewczuk, Michael Marfione, Kevin Marin, Chris Martin, Zony Maya, Keith Mayerson, Josiah McElheny, Jonas Mekas, Sam Messer, MIKE METZ, Laura Miller, Donald Moffett, and more, Cy Morgan, Nyeema Morgan, Loren Munk, Shirin Neshat, Tammy Nguyen, Jo Nigoghossian, Thomas Nozkowski, Jennifer Nuss, G.T. Pellizzi, Adam Pendleton, Ellen Phelan, Matt Philips, Jean-Jacques Du Plessis, Rona Pondick, Nickola Pottinger, James Prosek, Carlos Reyes, Samantha Rissmeyer, Joyce Robins, Alexis Rockman, Alexander Ross, Lisa Ross, Brie Ruais, Dean Russo, John Ryan, Michael Ryan, Cordy Ryman, ETHAN RYMAN, Will Ryman, Bill Schuck, Michelle Segre, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Veronika Sheer, Sienna Shields, Arthur Simms, Matt Smilardi, Ray Smith, Sterrett Smith, Colin Snapp, Bosco Sodi, Ursula Sommer, Gary Stephan, Robert Storr, Maya Strauss, Mark di Suvero, Meryl Bennett & Matt Taber, Alina Tenser, Mickalene Thomas, Dan Torop, Lee Tribe, Daniel Turner, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Tomas Vu, Merrill Wagner, Corban Walker, Joan Waltemath, Nari Ward, Benjamin Weber, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Wendy White, Stanley Whitney, Terry Winters, Nicole Wittenberg, Bob Witz, Alan Thomas Wood, iO Wright, Michael Wrobel, Will Yackulic, Dustin Yellin, Rachel Youens, Lisa Yuskavage, Holly Zausner, Joe Zucker at Industry City October 20th, 2013 - December 15th, 2013
Posted 12/10/13
Among the irrevocable losses Hurricane Sandy wrought from New York were works of art: thousands of objects damaged or destroyed in Chelsea galleries, studios in Red Hook and Greenpoint. Phong Bui, artist, curator, and publisher of the , was among those who lost work to the storm. He curated Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1 as a statement of solidarity with a traumatized art community. Sprawled over 100,000 square feet on four floors in the massive Industry City building in Sunset Park,... [more]
John O’Connor is known for his colorful, intricately patterned drawings, often structured by a series of chance operations and other times informed by found text and data. Recently, O’Connor has added appropriated text from spam email and chatbots into these systems. We met on the occasion of his fourth solo exhibition at Pierogi Gallery, “The Machine and the Ghost” and his recently released catalogue featuring essays by Robert Storr, John Yau, Rick Moody, and Susan Swenson. A devoted... [more]
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The Mating of Separates   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Matthew Higgs, James Hoff, Margaret Lee, Georgia Sagri at Team Gallery - Grand St September 5th, 2013 - October 6th, 2013
Posted 9/24/13
In “Parasitic Gaps,” a group show curated by Miriam Katzeff, the artists Matthew Higgs, Margaret Lee, James Hoff, and Georgia Sagri explore a variety of ways that text can consolidate or destabilize meaning. Often playing with “the mating of separates,” many of the works present disparate objects and elements together in a single piece, such as a paperback book with a minimalist painting and a watermelon with a De Stijl chair. The juxtaposition of different contexts becomes a strategy for... [more]
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