Jan van der Ploeg and Thom Pluckey: The Prato Project, Luigi Pecci Center for Contemporary Art, Prato, Italy

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Works by Thom Pluckey and Jan van der Ploeg May 29, 2010 – January 9, 2011 On Saturday 29th May 2010 the Luigi Pecci Centre for Contemporary Art is inaugurating THE PRATO PROJECT, a joint personal exhibition by the artists Thom Puckey and Jan van der Ploeg. The exhibition, promoted by the Regione Toscana and the Comune of Prato in collaboration with the Embassy of the Netherlands in Italy, with the contribution of the Fondazione […]

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Unfinished: Clary Stolte, by Brent Hallard, Visual Discrepancies blog, May 26, 2010


Clary Stolte, CS_008 MODEL 003 overview, 2006 Galerie van den Berge, Goes, the Netherlands Brent: At some level an artwork needs to quench the desire – the need to know what something is. But also, it shouldn’t stop there. In your case what is ‘known’ is a shape. You generally use the square and it is often imbued with the hues around white. Robert Ryman used a square because it took away the need to […]

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The Wind Makes the Waves: Cecilia Vissers, by Brent Hallard, Visual Discrepancies blog, May 25, 2010


Brent: While artist-in-residence in the most western point of Ireland, Achill Island, you tapped in a description of the landscape: Dramatic, With Cliffs, An Ocean, And Totally Isolated. This is your work: my first impression. There is Nature in your pieces. And it took a tough wind and a heavy sea to set this all in motion. I see firm – more than firm, hard. Hard material that has cuts, often just a few. The […]

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Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC


Yves Klein, Untitled Anthropometry, 1960 Hirshhorn Collection May 20 – September 12, 2010 One of the last century’s most influential artists, Yves Klein (French, b. Nice, 1928; d. Paris, 1962) took the European art scene by storm in a prolific career that lasted only from 1954 to 1962, when he suffered a heart attack at the age of 34. Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers is the first major retrospective of the artist’s work […]

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Carmen Herrera: Recent Works, Frederico Seve Gallery/latincollector, New York, NY


Carmen Herrera, Black and Yellow, 2009 Acrylic on canvas, diptych, 72 x 72 inches April 30 – June 26, 2010 Frederico Sève Gallery/latincollector proudly announces Carmen Herrera: Recent Works. For this show, Carmen Herrera has created 7 new works that convey the expression of space like never before. Through elegance and economy Herrera once again stakes out new frontiers. In this new suite of paintings Carmen Herrera is still breaking new ground. Drawing on her recurrent themes […]

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Otto Piene: Light Ballet and Fire Paintings, 1960-1967, Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, NY


Installation view April 6 – May 22, 2010 Sperone Westwater is pleased to present a solo exhibition of Otto Piene’s historical Light Ballet sculptures and Fire Paintings from 1960 to 1967. Piene created these works during the prime years of the ZERO movement, which he founded with artist Heinz Mack (and later Günther Uecker) in Düsseldorf in 1957. Reacting to the personally charged post-war expressionism in Germany, the ZERO group banished psychological expression in their […]

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Anne Truitt: Sculpture 1962-2004, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY


Anne Truitt, Gloucester, 1963 Acrylic on wood 73 1/2 x 72 x 13 inches May 8 – June 26, 2010 Matthew Marks is pleased to announce an exhibition of sculpture by Anne Truitt at his gallery at 522 West 22nd Street. Thirteen of Truitt’s sculptures, made between 1962 and 2004, will be on view, making this the most comprehensive exhibition of Truitt’s work in New York in almost 20 years. A number of works in […]

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Beyond Geometry, Cueto Project, New York, NY


Work by Jesus Rafael Soto May 8 – June 19, 2010 Participating Artists: Mario Ballocco, Julije Knifer, Marco Maggi, Francois Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Jesus Rafael Soto After World War II, many artists turned to geometric abstraction as a springboard for experimentation, leaving behind figurative art. Some said that was the death of painting. I prefer thinking of it as a new start. I was first introduced to geometric abstract art when instructed by Serge Lemoine at lʼEcole du […]

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Donald Judd’s Library Now Online


Donald Judd’s personal library of 13,004 books located in La Mansana de Chinati, his home and studio in Marfa, Texas is now accessible online. The library database is the result of an ambitious process, which took more than 3,500 hours of work and led to the cataloguing and photography of the collection from October 2008 through January 2010. A library offers a portrait of its collector, in this case Donald Judd. The idiosyncrasies of the collection […]

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Terry Haggerty: Angle of Response, Kuttner Siebert Galerie, Berlin, Germany


May 1 – June 5, 2010 Terry Haggerty has in recent years become known to a wide audience, due to numerous exhibitions and his spectacular wall installations, most recently at the Dallas Cowboys’ new stadium, CCNOA in Brussels, or Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. In what is now his third individual show at Kuttner Siebert Galerie, Terry Hagerty shows his newest works, which represent the logical development of what has always characterized his painting. The […]

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Daniel G. Hill: Print, Melville House Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY


May 6 – June 25, 2010 Curated by Jim Osman, Print is an exhibition of Hill’s recent digital prints that use photography, painting and printmaking to investigate surface and light and their role in the formation of images. The work is a meditation on the nature and meaning of the digital print in the context of the perplexing network of abstraction, illusion and representation. Daniel Hill has been exhibiting in New York City for over […]

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Daniel Levine: Paintings, Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, TX


Daniel Levine, Buttercup, 2003-2004 May 15, 2010 – June 26, 2010 Gallery Sonja Roesch is pleased to announce an exhibition of monochrome paintings by Daniel Levine. Since 1990, Levine has created groups of closed-system paintings that embrace the following elements: off-square painting supports of modest scale and varying depths, small borders to amplify the paintings’ complex surfaces, a variety of media (oil, gouache, flashe), and a palette of primary colors. The works in this show, […]

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Hartmut Böhm: Graphic Systems, Prints 1965-1975

Hartmut Böhm, Untitled, 1972, Silkscreen on paper, 50 x 50 cm, Edition 16/23, Private Collection

May 8 - June 12, 2010

MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Hartmut Böhm: Graphic Systems, Prints 1965-1975. This is the Berlin-based artist’s first solo exhibition in New York City and it will feature ten silkscreen prints produced between 1965 and 1975.

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