Martin Creed: Feelings, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

  Martin Creed, Work No. 112: Thirty-Nine Metronomes Beating Time, One at Every Speed, 1995-98 (Photo: Chris Kendall) July 7 — September 16, 2007  The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College presents the first North American survey of the work of British artist Martin Creed. Curated by Trevor Smith, FEELINGS will include a comprehensive survey of Creed’s work as well as an intervention in the recently opened Hessel Museum of Art where several of his […]

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Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy, Australia

  Christoph Dahlhausen, Film for Melbourne (detail), 2007 July 20 — September 1, 2007  Presenting work by contemporary artists from Australia, France, Germany, New Zealand and South Korea, and curated by participating artist David Thomas, Composite Realities Amid Time and Space: Recent Art and Photography expands the experience of photography at CCP from the wall mounted fine print, to consider works which articulate actual time and space. The exhibition will address the issue of photography, […]

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Leon van den Eijkel: Wellington Urban Forest, Wellington Sculpture Trust 2007, New Zealand

  Installation view “At five years of age the war was ending for me in Holland.  All the trees in my city had been cut down for heating, so we children didn’t know what a tree actually was. We only had the black and white images of them. So we made urban trees from all sorts of wood, strips of cloth, broken pieces of glass and iron we found in the street.  The positive thing […]

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Late Liberties, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

  Michael Zahn, In and Out (Not Up and Down), 2007 Acrylic on canvas, 84 x 108 inches    Michael Zahn, Where’s My Stuff, 2007 Acrylic on lightweight MDF, 20 x 26 x 36 inches July 12 — August 24, 2007 Late Liberties presents an inclusive survey of recent abstract painting, works on paper, and sculpture by a dozen of artists from New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Works in this thematic exhibition include […]

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Subspecies, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY

  Matthew Deleget, Pink Nightmare, 2007 Pink monochrome painting (acrylic on panel) hit with a hammer, 18 x 24 inches      Karen Schifano, Asphalt, Recess, The Bottom Fell Out (l to r), 2006-07 Acrylic on canvas and tape, dimensions variable July 13 — August 18, 2007 “Members of one subspecies differ morphologically from members of other subspecies of the species. Subspecies are defined in relation to species. The distinction can be made in any […]

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Earthworks: Madeleine Dietz, Perla Krauze, Mario Reis, Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, TX

  Installation view July 7 — August 25, 2007 Madeleine Dietz, Perla Krauze, and Mario Reis, all born in the 1950s, grew up during the prominence of Earthwork or Land Art and are continuing to further the concepts the movement concerned itself with. For these three artists the main focus is not the concept of erosion, but rather the concept of preservation. They are freezing time and the erosion process through preserving natural materials that […]

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Rivane Neuenschwander, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA

  Rivane Neuenschwander, in collaboration with Cao Guimarães Quarta-Feira de Cinzas/Epilogue, 2006 DVD projection July 14 — October 28, 2007 Through poetic and playful means, Rivane Neuenschwander’s work explores the blurred boundaries between the natural and constructed world. Quarta-Feira de Cinzas/Epilogue (2006) is a short video depicting ants on a forest floor carrying sugar-soaked pieces of bright confetti in and around their colony. The work was made in collaboration with Brazilian filmmaker Cao Guimarães and […]

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Rudolf Stingel, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

  June 28 — October 14, 2007 Employing such materials as rubber, carpet, painted aluminum, Styrofoam, and paint, Rudolf Stingel’s work questions and disrupts the viewer’s understanding and experience of an art object. Although Stingel’s work does not always involve paint on canvas, it continually reflects upon some of the fundamental questions concerning painting today, including authenticity, hierarchy, meaning, and context. This is Stingel’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, surveying his career […]

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