The SNO Group, Gallery 9, Sydney, Australia

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Installation view October 6-30, 2010 Participating Artists: Justin Andrews, Lynne Eastaway, Sophia Egarchos, Billy Gruner, Suzie Idiens, Kyle Jenkins, Andrew Leslie, Ruark Lewis, Adrian McDonald, Rachel Park, Giles Ryder, Ian Andrews, Masato Takasaka, Sydney Ball, Rolande Souliere & Mattys Gerber

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Daniel G. Hill: From Paint to Print, The Painting Center, New York, NY

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Work by Daniel G. Hill November 2 – 27, 2010 The Painting Center is pleased to present From Paint to Print, a concise survey of work from the past fifteen years by Daniel G. Hill, a painter currently working in the realm of photography and digital media. Hill’s digital prints 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 […]

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Minimalism and Applied II, Daimler Art Collection, Berlin, Germany

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Albert Weis, Flexion, 2010 October 29, 2010 – March 27, 2011 The Daimler Contemporary is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition ‘Minimalism and Applied II. Contemporary art in dialogue with 20th century architecture and design’ at Daimler Contemporary. Over the last ten years, the Daimler Art Collection has developed a focal point in the field of constructive, conceptual and minimalistic tendencies from the 1920s to the present day. A particular interest was taken here in […]

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Kate Beck: Conditions of Existence, Pelavin Gallery, New York, NY

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Kate Beck, Anxieties and Alienations, 2010 Poured oil, enamel and powdered graphite on aluminum 89 x 184 inches October 28 – December 11, 2010 Pelavin Gallery is proud to announce a solo exhibition of recent work by american artist, Kate Beck. this show will include large scale poured oil paintings and graphite drawings on aluminum panel. this will be Beck’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, and in New York city. In this new body […]

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Robert Swain: Primary Research

Detail of paint samples from the artist’s color library, arranged by hue, value, and saturation

October 23 - December 4, 2010

MINUS SPACE is honored to announce the solo exhibition Robert Swain: Primary Research. This is the artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will focus on his life-long investigation into color sensation.

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R. H. Quaytman: Index, Chapter 20, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

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R.H. Quaytman, Distance, Chapter 15, 2010 Silkscreen ink and gesso on wood 24 x 40 inches November 27, 2010 – April 3, 2011 In her work of the last decade, R.H. Quaytman has explored the proposition that a painting can both illustrate particular experiences of the world and embody them. She challenges expectations about what constitutes a painting proper by borrowing productive techniques and visual vocabularies from sculpture, photography, drawing, printmaking, and book design. Her […]

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Lewis Baltz and Donald Judd, Galerie Thomas Zander, Cologne, Germany

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Installation view September 4 – November 7, 2010 Next to Bernd and Hilla Becher, Stephen Shore and Henry Wessel, Lewis Baltz is one of the most prominent representatives of the New Topographics movement, which was seminal to the development of conceptual photography. Baltz, as well as Donald Judd, were among the artists whose works were shown in the 1970s at the New York gallery of Leo Castelli. The current exhibition at Galerie Thomas Zander now […]

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Dan Flavin, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY

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Dan Flavin, Untitled (to Barry, Mike, Chick and Leonard) 1972-1975 Yellow and pink flourescent light 8 feet high x 8 feet wide installed in a corridor September 10 – October 30, 2010 The Paula Cooper Gallery will present an exhibition of four early Dan Flavin works, produced between 1964 and 1975. The exhibition will provide a look into Flavin’s varied configurations of paired contrasting colors, centering on a major “corridor” piece of pink and yellow […]

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Polly Apfelbaum: Lost and Found Color, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY

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Installation view September 10 – October 23, 2010 D’Amelio Terras is pleased to present Off Colour, its fourth solo exhibition of work by artist Polly Apfelbaum and her first major show in New York City in over five years. In this new body of work, Apfelbaum cuts and arranges sequined stretch fabric on-site to create a floor-based installation that responds specifically to the gallery’s space and architecture. A departure from previous bodies of work, where […]

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Christopher Wool: Sound on Sound, Corbett vs. Dempsey Gallery, Chicago,IL

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Christopher Wool, Untitled, 2009 Enamel on linen 96 x 72 inches October 21 – November 27, 2010 Corbett vs. Dempsey is delighted to present Sound on Sound, an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Christopher Wool. This is the first solo show for Wool in Chicago since 1986. He lives and works in New York City and Marfa, Texas, but was raised here, in Hyde Park. An internationally renowned painter, Wool first rose to […]

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Brice Marden: Letters, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY

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Brice Marden, Letters October 29 – December 23, 2010 Matthew Marks is pleased to announce Brice Marden: Letters, the next exhibition in his gallery at 522 West 22nd Street. This will be the artist’s first one-person exhibition in New York since his 2006 Museum of Modern Art retrospective. While his MoMA retrospective was still on view, Marden embarked on a round-the-world trip. His first stop was Taipei, where he saw a Sung dynasty poem by […]

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Embracing Modernity: Venezuelan Geometric Abstraction, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami, FL

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Mercedes Pardo, Un pequeno sobresalto, 1973 October 13, 2010 – January 2, 2011 Embracing Modernity: Venezuelan Geometric Abstraction presents a historical overview of the origins of Venezuela’s abstract movement focusing on its early developments dating from the late 1940’s, to the 1970’s. It includes works by artists who were responsible for the growth of the movement at the national and international level, particularly in Paris where many of them resided at the time. The show, […]

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Touch, ParisCONCRET, Paris, France

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Installation view thru October 23, 2010 “I’ve chosen artists’ work that I feel share something of a fetish with/in the production/object, particularly based on an aesthetic predisposition that can run formally, culturally, adding the social/personal. How I personally interpret this is with a Tokyo sensibility, how Japanese respond to objects and their placement, their positioned sense of worth, a cuteness, an austere vs. touch. The exhibition consists of individual pieces, multiples, or artists books, which may sit on the […]

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Col Jordan: A Play on White, Mossenson Galleries, Melbourne, Australia

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Col Jordan, Mosaic 8 – The Gate Acrylic on canvas 160 x 280 cm October 5-31, 2010 Born in Sydney in 1935, Col Jordan is one of Australia’s foremost abstract artists. In the mid-1960s, he was one of a small group of pioneering artists who introduced hard-edge optical abstraction to Australia, and in 1968 he was included in the seminal exhibition The Field which launched the National Gallery of Victoria’s St Kilda Road campus. Over the […]

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Und 6: International, Schwartz Gallery, London, United Kingdom

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Billy Gruner, Punk Painting – Sound Installation, 2010 October 15 – November 7, 2010 Curated by Billy Gruner of SNO in Sydney, Jan van der Ploeg of PS in Amsterdam and Tilman of CCNOA in Brussels. UND 6 – INTERCONTINENTAL is a group show of international artists exhibiting at Schwartz Gallery working within what could broadly be described as non-objective contemporary art. Organised by artists-curators Tilman, Jan Van der Ploeg and Billy Gruner, it is […]

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James Turrell, Gagosian Gallery, London, United Kindom

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James Turrell, Sustaining Light, 2007 Wood, computerized neon setting, glass piece Aperture: 62 1/4 x 46 1/2 inches (158.1 x 118.1 cm) October 13 – December 10, 2010 Through light, space can be formed without physical material like concrete or steel. We can actually stop the penetration of vision with where light is and where it isn’t. Like the atmosphere, we can’t see through it to the stars that are there during the day. But […]

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Anselm Reyle, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea

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Anselm Reyle, Untitled, 2010 Mixed media on canvas, acrylic glass 72(h) x 61(w) x 18(d) cm October 9 – November 10, 2010 Kukje Gallery is pleased to present Anselm Reyle in his first solo exhibition in Korea. Widely heralded as a new vanguard in contemporary German art, Reyle’s work explores themes of appropriation and abstraction. Setting him apart from other his contemporaries, Reyle exploits the myriad visual vocabularies that have defined 20th century art. Reyle’s work […]

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Remix: Sol LeWitt, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

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Sol LeWitt, 2 Part Composite, 1971 Serigraph edition 59/60 Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery Gift of Seymour H. Knox, Jr., 1972 August 7, 2010 – February 27, 2011 Although wall drawings represent the foundation of his practice, Sol LeWitt’s works on paper, sculptures, artist’s books, and writings on Conceptual art were equally important to his oeuvre. Perhaps the artist’s most radical gesture was to transport the image from a confined two-dimensional surface (the paper) onto an […]

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Peter Soriano: Dimensions Variable, Federico Seve Gallery, New York, NY

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Peter Soriano, Other Side #81 (AMDI), 2010 Steel Cable, aluminum pipe, and spray paint Dimensions variable September 24 – Saturday, November 6, 2010 I am drawn to that polarity between movement and stasis. I think I needed to rid myself of making forms to get closer to this situation between the spatial and the planar, the sculptural and the drawn, between the decision and the doubt. I am looking for a transparency between thought and […]

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Conversations with Robert Swain, by Stocan Films

Conversations with Robert Swain Directed and edited by Peter Canale Stocan Films, 2010 A 5-part online film series covering the life and work of NYC artist Robert Swain. Interview by Matthew Deleget, artist and founder of MINUS SPACE. Produced to accompany the exhibition Visual Sensations: The Paintings of Robert Swain: 1967 – 2010 at Hunter College/Times Square Gallery in New York, NY, from October 7 – November 13, 2010. Part 1: New York & The […]

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Aldo Chaparro: More Than This, Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, TX

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Installation view September 18 – October 30, 2010 Gallery Sonja Roesch is pleased to announce MORE THAN THIS, an exhibition of new work by Mexico City based artist, Aldo Chaparro. Aldo Chaparro is best known for expanding the boundaries between art and other disciplines such as music, industrial design, editing and writing. His work takes inspiration from song lyrics and the pop culture that surrounds contemporary music and art rock. Through the use of different […]

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Marietta Hoferer: Drawings, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA

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Marietta Hoferer, Big C-9, 2010 Tape on paper September 7 – October 16, 2010 German-born, New York-based Marietta Hoferer will present a selection from four recent bodies of works on paper for her first solo exhibition at Hosfelt Gallery. Hoferer makes drawings that create luminous and beguiling optical effects through the refraction of light on their surfaces. Although the drawings begin with a preconceived structure of precise grids, the artist deliberately invites the interaction of […]

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Kim Uchiyama: Archeo, Lohin Geduld Gallery, New York, NY

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Kim Uchiyama, Element, 2008-2010 Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches September 8 – October 9, 2010 Lohin Geduld Gallery presents their first solo exhibition of new paintings by Kim Uchiyama. The centuries-old axiom that color is of the emotions while drawing is of the intellect comes into question in front of a Kim Uchiyama painting. While sensuality abounds in Uchiyama’s resonating palette, the mind is instantly engaged with the strategy of her stacked horizontal […]

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William Lamson: A Line Describing the Sun, Pierogi Boiler, Brooklyn, NY

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Will Lamson, A Line Describing the Sun (video still), 2010 September 10 – October 10, 2010 A Line Describing the Sun features a new two-channel video and sculpture created in the Mojave Desert earlier this year. Begun at the Center for Land Use Interpretation’s artist-in-residence program in Wendover, Utah, Lamson finished the project in a dry lakebed west of Barstow, California. The video and sculpture are both a record of two day-long performances in which […]

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