Every Room (for 16 saxophones) by The Nebrellim Sensorium Saxophone Orchestra, Abaton Book Company, Jersey City, NJ

  Abaton Book Company releases it newest limited edition, a 7-inch lathe cut recording entitled Every Room (for 16 saxophones) by Ben Miller’s Nebrellim Sensorium Saxophone Orchestra.  Produced in a limited edition of 30 copies, each sleeve features two graphic images, (cover sleeve and insert) by MINUS SPACE artist Don Voisine.

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Sérvulo Esmeraldo: Les Excitables 1966–1975, Sicardi Gallery, Houston, TX

  Sérvulo Esmeraldo, Foodtainer 2 Excitable with Detail, 1966  Cardboard, plastic film and paper, 6 x 6 x 7/8 inches December 1, 2007 — January 12, 2008 Sicardi Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in the United States of the work of Sérvulo Esmeraldo.  Originally from Brazil, Esmeraldo moved to Paris in 1957 where he lived and work until 1979. The exhibition features the Excitables Esmeraldo created in Paris between the years 1966–1975. The viewer […]

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Machine Learning, Curated by Matthew Deleget, The Painting Center, New York, NY

Terry Haggerty, Gilbert Hsiao & Douglas Melini (left to right)

November 27 - December 22, 2007

An exhibition examining pattern painting in the information age, featuring four NYC-based artists Henry Brown, Terry Haggerty, Gilbert Hsiao & Douglas Melini, with a special project room installation by Michael Zahn.

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David Reed: New Paintings, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

  November 8 — December 22, 2007 Max Protetch presents an exhibition of new work by David Reed. Occupying both the main gallery and the Project Space, the exhibition will feature paintings in several formats, including narrow vertically-oriented canvases that recall Reed’s earliest brushstroke paintings; medium-format horizontal paintings that seem to relate to the scale of television and large-format ones that maintain dialogue with the proportions of Cinemascope; large-scale vertical paintings; and #27, a narrow […]

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Lovett/Codagnone: Interruption of a Course of Action, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY

  Lovett/Cadagnone, Stripped, 2006 Hand stitched cotton ad satin, 141 x 43 inches Opens October 21, 2007  P.S.1 presents Interruption of a Course of Action, the first U.S. museum exhibition for the artist duo Lovett/Codagnone. Best known for their performances, videos, and photographs that combine elements of S&M gay subculture with everyday domestic scenes, the artist team will further their ongoing exploration of power relations, as manifested in explicit cultural signifiers as well as clandestine […]

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Ward Denys: The Complete Video Set, CCNOA, Brussels, Belgium

    November 1-31, 2007 The art of Ward Denys (b. 1975, Izegem, Belgium) covers a wide field of media: sculpture, photography and installation. Through a visual language that is quintessentially minimalist, the artist addresses notions of physical and mental experience, topography and memory. In CCNOA Denys has created The complete video exhibition set, an installation comprising a monumental black box and a series of small gadgets (pencils, postcards and tape). The complete video exhibition […]

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Ed Moses: Primal and Primary Paintings 1975, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

  Ed Moses, Untitled (Red), Untitled (Yellow), Untitled (Black), 1975 Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 inches and 43 x 43 inches  November 9 — December 9, 2007 Ed Moses flatly posits that he is not an artist. “I’m a painter, inventive, activated. An abstract painting is not a reference; it’s not a picture; it’s a perception of the painting. It goes back to Barnett Newman’s Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue?” For Moses, […]

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Minimalism and After I: Objects for Imaginative and Real Use, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany

  Nic Hess, König Gerrit [King Gerrit], 2007 (detail) September 21, 2007 — January 27, 2008 The Daimler Art Collection presents the exhibition Minimalism and Applied I at Daimler Contemporary, Haus Huth, Potsdamer Platz in Berlin. The exhibition explores the relationship that exists between minimalist formal language and applied art. As the subtitle of the exhibition suggests these ‘transfers’ can be useful for imagination, association and play. Our exhibition at the same time represents the […]

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The Wild One, by Jerry Saltz, Artnet Magazine, November 5, 2007

    Installation view of Steven Parrino at Gagosian Gallery “It took me 20 years to get Steven Parrino’s work. From the time I first saw his art, in the mid-80s, I almost always dismissed it as mannered, Romantic, formulaic, conceptualist-formalist heavy-metal boy-art abstraction. But thanks to a very large survey of his work in no fewer than seven of Gagosian’s handsome Madison Avenue galleries, I’ve come around. Yes, he is mannered and repetitive, but […]

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The Panza Collection: An Experience of Color and Light, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

  Dan Flavin, Untitled (to Jan & Ron Greendberg), 1972-73 November 16, 2007 — February 24, 2008 The Panza Collection: An Experience of Color and Light includes more than seventy works of art from the Panza Collection, which is now dispersed in Varese, Verona, New York, and Los Angeles. In consultation with Count Giuseppe Panza di Biumo, whose vision has guided the project from the start, Gallery Director Louis Grachos and Senior Curator Douglas Dreishpoon […]

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Color as Field: American Painting, 1950-1975, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado

Morris Louis, Floral V, 1959-60  November 9, 2007 — February 3, 2008 Color field paintings are expansive canvases washed with flat areas of solid color. Color as Field is the first exhibition to bring together the works of major color field painters. The show features about 40 color field paintings and explores their sources, meaning, and impact. The exhibition includes paintings by color field artists such as Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, […]

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Painting or Object?, Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, TX

  Installation view with works by Josef Adam Moser & Mick Johnson (l to r) November 3 — December 15, 2007 Gallery Sonja Roesch presents Painting or Object? featuring artists Garland Fielder, Mick Johnson, Josef Adam Moser, and Dirk Rathke.  The exhibition investigates the borderlines between what constitutes a painting or an object. This question, though mainly used for classification and description of work, has been the subject of many discussions. The critical split occurs […]

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Verus Painters, Tobey Fine Arts, New York, NY

  Installation view of works by Karen Schifano November 2 — December 22, 2007  Tobey Fine Arts is presents the second exhibition of works by the international group of artists calling themselves the Verus Painters, whom are John Aslanidis, Susann Brännström, Peter Köhler, Karen Schifano and Lorraine Williams. The Verus Painters are the new generation of painters working with a wealth of painterly history and ideas accumulated over the last century. They approach painting as […]

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Pam Aitken, Factory 49, Sydney, Australia

  Pam Aitken, Variation on a still point 19, 2007 Pencil on paper, 14.5 x 20.5 cm  November 22 — December 15, 2007 Aitken is interested in expanding the inventive and formal aspects of the line and the grid through painting and installation. Monuments of Nothingness has an uncertain vision of the structured grid. This vision has indeterminacy, ambiguity and irrationality, a combination that ultimately leads to non-structure. Repetition is a condition of action before […]

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Blinky Palermo, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf & Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany

  Blinky Palermo, Red, Yellow and Blue, 1975 Acrylic on aluminum, four parts, 26.7 x 147 x 0.3 cm October 21, 2007 — January 20, 2008 The Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen present the first comprehensive exhibition of Blinky Palermo’s work in Düsseldorf, Germany.  Palermo came to Düsseldorf in 1962 in order to study at the Academy initially under Bruno Goller and then under Joseph Beuys. He developed his unmistakeable […]

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