Selections from the Concrete, H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery, El Centro College, Dallas, TX

  Work by Alan Ebnother June 5 — July 6, 2007  Selections from the Concrete, curated by Wade Wilson, includes artists Alan Ebnother, Danielle Frankenthal, Joseph Marioni, Shawn Wallis & John Zurier.

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William Anastasi: Raw, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

  William Anastasi, Untitled, 1966 One gallon of industrial high-gloss enamel, poured Dimensions variable April 21 — July 21, 2007 For this exhibition William Anastasi has recreated seminal site-specific works dating from the mid-1960s. These early pieces are a testament to the artist’s interest and pioneering efforts in site-specific projects, as well as in the medium of drawing. The artworks incisively explore the nature and behavior of drawing in the gallery space through different strategies, […]

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Jaroslaw Flicinski, Sofia Bustorff & Michael Delia, CCNOA, Brussels, Belgium

  Installation view featuring work by Jaroslaw Flicinski  May 11 — June 24, 2007 CCNOA center for contemporary non-objective art Brussels, Belgium presents two solo exhibitions — a new large installation by Polish artist Jaroslaw Flicinski entitled Playground, and a new multimedia work by Sofia Bustorff and Michael Delia entitled Still/Moving.

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Points of Departure: Six Australian Artists, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY

    Installation view with work by Christopher Dean and John Aslanidis May 3 — June 30, 2007 Tobey Fine Arts presents Points of Departure, an exhibition featuring the works of six Australian artists who represent a distinct style emerging from the antipodean art world. Combining elements of graphic design with overt quotations from twentieth century modernism, artists John Aslanidis, Richard Bell, Cathy Blanchflower, Christopher Dean, Helga Groves and Matthew Johnson offer a visually provocative […]

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Conceptual Photography: 1964-1989, Zwirner & Wirth, New York, NY

  Guiseppe Penone, To Reverse One’s Eyes, 1970 Black & white photograph, 11.5 x 15.5 inches May 9 — June 23, 2007 Zwirner & Wirth presents an exhibition of American and European conceptual photography drawn from a private collection. Spanning the years 1964-1989, the collection, which has been amassed over the last three decades, includes key examples of photo-based conceptual art by artists such as Vito Acconci, Giovanni Anselmo, John Baldessari, Bernd & Hilla Becher, […]

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Dimensions of Constructive Art in Brazil: The Adolpho Leirner Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

  Maurício Nogueira Lima, Rhythmic Object 2 (second version), 1953 The Adolpho Leirner Collection, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston May 20 — September 23, 2007  The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, has acquired the Adolpho Leirner Collection of Brazilian Constructive Art, a group of 98 works made in the 1950s and ‘60s by Sergio Camargo, Lygia Clark, Waldemar Cordeiro, Hélio Oiticica, Lygia Pape, Alfredo Volpi and other Brazilian abstractionists and assembled by Adolpho Leirner […]

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Julian Dashper solo exhibition The Abstract Office, Esso Gallery, New York, NY

  May 24 — June 23, 2007 A solo exhibition by New Zealand-based artist Julian Dashper. Dashper’s work focuses on the histories, theories, and more general or popular ideas of abstraction (in particular, abstract painting), conceptualism and minimalism as a working methodology. The geographical positioning of New Zealand globally and how this country receives and disseminates visual information is also a core subject in Dashper’s work. His practice manifests itself in various forms, including paintings, […]

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Wack! Art and the Feminist Revolution, Geffen Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  Helena Almeida, Pintura Habitada, 1975 Black/white photograph with blue acrylic paint, 18 x 22.5 inches March 4 — July 16, 2007 The first comprehensive, historical exhibition to examine the international foundations and legacy of feminist art, WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution focuses on the crucial period 1965–80, during which the majority of feminist activism and artmaking occurred internationally. The exhibition includes the work of 120 artists from the United States, Central and Eastern […]

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Marcel Breuer: Design and Architecture, Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary

    May 4 — September 2, 2007 Organized by the Vitra Design Museum, this touring exhibition celebrates one of the most influential designers and architects of 20th century modernism. In Europe, Breuer is primarily known as a designer, while in the United States, he is known more as a teacher and architect. The exhibition examines both areas and is organized chronologically, thematically and by material (wood, tubular steel, aluminium and plywood).

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