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Twenty Days Later

526 W 26th st Suite 318
New York, NY 10001
November 29th, 2012 - January 19th, 2013
Opening: November 29th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.nicoleklagsbrun.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
chelsea
EMAIL:  
info@nicoleklagsbrun.com
PHONE:  
212.243.3335
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday through Saturday 11am - 5pm
TAGS:  
photography, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

SEAN BLUECHEL
Born 1969; Lives and works in New York
In painting, drawing and sculpture, Bluechel uses a seemingly childlike irreverence to challenge boundaries and incite absurdity.


CARROLL DUNHAM
Born 1949; Lives and works in New York
Human forms and familiar shapes materialize through an abstract com- position of undulating line in Dunham’s drawing from the 1980s.


SHEREE HOVSEPIAN
Born 1974; Lives and works in New York
Hovsepian describes her photographs as a “record of marks,” an inves- tigation of the limitations and materiality intrinsic to the photographic process.


IMI KNOEBEL
Born in 1940; Lives and works in Düsseldorf
Well known for his minimalist paintings and sculpture, Knoebel exam- ines the relationship between color and the space it inhabits. In his mess- erschnitte collages from the 1970s, paper pulsates as it floats statically on a white background.


DENISE KUPFERSCHMIDT
Born 1979; Lives and works in New York
Using graphic symbols and bold gestures, Kupferschmidt constructs an artistic vocabulary that is striking in its simplicity.


DAVINA SEMO
Born 1981; Lives and works in New York
The industrial material in Semo’s work channels the violence inherint in structures of power while leading the viewer to question contemporary culture’s relationship to the material itself.


ROSEMARIE TROCKEL
Born 1952; Lives and works in Cologne
Throughout her career, Trockel has tested traditional ideologies within an art historical context with her machine-generated ‘knitted paintings’.