Li Trincere: Elements

Li Trincere, Untitled, 2009, Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 48 inches

March 26 - April 30, 2011

MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the exhibition Li Trincere: Elements. This is the Manhattan-based painter’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition will feature a pair of new shaped paintings and a suite of new large pastel drawings on paper.

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The Working Title, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY


Installation view March 25 – April 29, 2011 A 32-artist group survey of recent abstraction organized by Progress Report. Participating Artists: Amy Feldman, Benjamin King, Britton Tolliver, Cordy Ryman, Dennis Hollingsworth, Douglas Melini, EJ Hauser, Eric Freeman, Gary Petersen, Halsey Hathaway, Ian Pedigo, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jasmine Justice, JD Walsh, Jered Sprecher, Joshua Abelow, Joy Curtis, Keltie Ferris, Kris Chatterson, Lauren Luloff, Letha Wilson, Matthew Deleget, Omar Chacon, Osamu Kobayashi, Pamela Jorden, Patrick Brennan, […]

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Atsuo Hukuda, Color and/or Monochrome, Hebel_121, Basel, Switzerland


Installation view March 19 – April 9, 2011 Atsuo Hukuda has shown his Color and Monochrome paintings at Hebel_121 for the first time in 2005, together with Kenzo Onoda, a light and performance artist also from Japan. Atsuo Hukuda has been producing his Color and Monochrome works since 1990. In his one man show at Hebel_121, he will present a new development in his work. Atsuo Hukuda is engaged in bringing together old traditional Japanese […]

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In Abstracto, Artipoli Art Gallery, Noorden, The Netherlands


Guido Winkler, Z.T., 2008 Acrylic and enamel on panel 36 x 79 inches April 2 – May 1, 2011 Featuring work by: Michael Berkhemer, Geeske Bijker, Jac Bisschops, Gijs van Bon, René van den Bos, Hans Ensink op Kemna, Bart Kelholt, Riki Mijling, Chris Peterson, Tonneke Sengers, Frans Vendel, Guido Winkler, Piet van Zon

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Thornton Willis, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY


Thornton Willis, Time Out, 2009 Oil on canvas 24 x 18 inches March 17 – April 23, 2011 The Elizabeth Harris Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Thornton Willis. The exhibition will be up from March 17 through April 23, 2011. A full, color catalog of the show is available with an essay by Lance Esplund, Senior Art Critic for CityArts Magazine and a regular contributor to The Wall Street […]

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Colour Bazaar: Nine Contemporary Works, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Bulleen, Australia


Matthew Gerber, Rala Rala, 2007 Oil on canvas 75 x 118 inches February 12 – June 19, 2011 This exhibition brings together nine paintings and sculptures by contemporary artists to create a colourful, eclectic and texturally diverse display.The idea of the bazaar is loosely invoked to suggest a place of richness and variety, where visual ideas are exchanged. The works contrast with and complement each other through their formal as well as conceptual qualities and […]

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Color Moves: Art and Fashion by Sonia Delaunay, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York, NY


Work by Sonia Delaunay March 18 – June 5, 2011 Known primarily as an abstract painter and colorist, Sonia Delaunay applied her talents and theories to all areas of visual expression, including graphics, interiors, theater and film, fashion and textiles. A trademark of Delaunay’s work is the sense of movement and rhythm created by the simultaneous contrasts of certain colors. This exhibition will focus on fashion designs from her own Atelier Simultané in Paris during […]

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Hermann Nitsch: 60. Painting Action // 60. Malaktion, Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, NY


Installation view. February 19 – March 19, 2011 Mike Weiss Gallery is proud to host the first live painting action within the United States by Hermann Nitsch, founding member of the Viennese Actionism movement. On February 15 and 16, the gallery is open to the public for the rare chance to see Nitsch and his assistants perform a series of ritualistic painting acts. Through their directed and unrelenting splattering, pouring, smearing, and brushing of paint, […]

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Dimitri Kozyrev: Last One, Benrimon Contemporary, New York, NY

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Dimitri Kozyrev, Last One 3, 2010 Acrylic on canvas 84 x 72 inches March 10 – April 1, 2011 “Now, however, I maintain that just as the concept of the military avant-garde has been ‘lost,’ because of changes in methods of warfare, the avant-garde in the contemporary art world, has also lost its edge.” — Dimitri Kozyrev Benrimon Contemporary is pleased to announce Last One, Dimitri Kozyrev’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition […]

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Silvia Bächli: Fjall, Peter Freeman, Inc., New York, NY

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Silvia Bächli, Untitled, 2010 Gouache on paper 24 x 18 inches February 24 – April 2, 2011 Peter Freeman, Inc. is pleased to present Fjall, an exhibition of new drawings by Silvia Bächli. The exhibition takes its name from the Icelandic word for the mountainous landscape of the far north. Many of Bächli’s recent works relate to the forms and colors of these remote highlands, their moss, lichen, creeks, rocks, and stones. Bächli’s work has […]

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Leslie Wilkes: Face Blind, Generator, Albuquerque, NM


Leslie Wilkes, 10.06 (gouache study), 2010 Gouache on paper 12 x 12 inches March 5 – April 9, 2011 For her second solo exhibition in New Mexico Leslie Wilkes elevates the scale of her dense, psychedelic gouaches, expanding them into a series of new large-scale oil paintings. Reflecting her life-long interest in pattern and bright color, the paintings are initially based largely on geometric patterns from the 1960’s. In the process of painting, Wilkes explores […]

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David E. Peterson: Semi Trucks, AVA, Atlanta, GA


David E. Peterson, Semi Truck T1, 2011 Acrylic on MDF March 1 – April 9, 2011 “I have always been fascinated with Semi- Trucks as objects. They always have the most amazing random color combinations, shapes, pin stripes and compositions.  This is exactly the kind of material that I really love.  I decided to go down to the hub of Southern American Logistics, which is at the intersection of Highway 42 and I285 and document […]

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Trevor Richards: Revision, Peloton, Sydney, Australia

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Trevor Richards, Big Twister, 2010 Acrylic on canvas 55 x 55 inches March 3-26, 2011 Trevor Richards lives and works in Fremantle, Western Australia. His practice over the past thirty years has encompassed painting, sculpture, video, photography and installation. In the past decade he has shown work extensively in Europe. “In Richards’s work, the mixing of abstraction, everyday objects and site-specificity has long addressed the relationship between human experience and place. Historical context is also […]

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Frank Hülsbölmer: Photokinetics, or A Short Guide to the Construction of Meaning, WiE Kultur, Berlin, Germany


Frank Hülsbömer, constructivists vacation March 5 – April 9, 2011 Can geometrical forms be something else from what they actually are? If yes, could they serve as basis for a new vade mecum apt to instruct us on how to construct meaning? This last question is the leading theme of A short guide for the construction of meaning, the exhibition presenting the new works of Berlin based artist Frank Hülsbömer. Using photography and video as […]

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Jan van der Ploeg: All Systems Go!, Introducing Gerold Miller, Heimo Zobernig, and Beat Zoderer, Galerie West, Den Haag, The Netherlands


Installation view. February 25 – March 26, 2011 Geometrical art takes on many forms and meanings. Sometimes a geometrical work of art is well defined in space, primarily the sculptures which originated within the sphere of minimal art. They possess an almost authoritarian, monolithic quality and relating to if not actually defining the space they’re in. The paintings by Jan van der Ploeg (1959, Netherlands) are not concerned with finite composition and can be thought […]

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Proofs and Refutations, David Zwirner, New York, NY

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Dorothea Rockburne, Set, 1970 Paper, chipboard, graphite, nails, and electrical tape Dimensions variable March 11 – April 30, 2011 “Corroborations never compare with counterexamples, or even ‘exceptions’, as catalysts for the growth of concepts.” —Imre Lakatos David Zwirner is pleased to present Proofs and Refutations at the gallery’s 519 West 19th Street space. The exhibition includes work by Francis Alÿs, Trisha Brown, André Cadere, VALIE EXPORT, Henry Flynt, Simone Forti, Dan Graham, Georg Herold, Alfred […]

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Drawing from Code: Works from the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA


Jean-Pierre Hébert, Untitled, 2001 Pen and ink 21 x 21 inches January 29 – April 24, 2011 Drawing with Code brings together a selection of computer-generated art by the form’s earliest and most important practitioners from the 1950s to today. The Providence-based collection of Anne and Michael Spalter is one of the largest and most important of its kind in the U.S. and shines a new light onto a darkened corner of the art historical […]

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About Painting, The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Foundation, New York, NY

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Rupert Eder, ANIMUS, 2008 Oil on canvas 63 x 47 inches March 1-22, 2011 Schaltwerk-Kunst, Hamburg, presents the exhibition: About Painting at the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Foundation in New York.  The exhibition features work by four artists: Joe Barnes, Rupert Eder, Jon Groom, and Ivo Ringe, and it is curated by Joe Barnes.

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Gianna Commito, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY


Gianna Commito, Roque, 2010 Watercolor, casein, and marble dust ground on panel 30 x 24 inches Rachel Uffner Gallery is pleased to present a show of new works by Gianna Commito. In her first solo exhibition at the gallery, Commito will show paintings that, while abstract, also look beyond their own geometric formal language to the world outside them – conveying the artist’s interest in architectural space, the materiality of our everyday surroundings, and the […]

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Elspeth Pratt: NONETHELESS, David F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, OR

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Elspeth Pratt, Implantation, 2007 Mat board 18 x 32 x 8 inches February 1 – March 6, 2011 The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, is proud to present NONETHELESS, the first U.S. solo exhibition of Vancouver B.C. artist Elspeth Pratt, an artist who has had a deep impact on Vancouver’s internationally recognized visual arts culture. In the words of writer Robin Laurence, “Elspeth Pratt is one of Canada’s most accomplished and possibly […]

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Jan van der Ploeg, Passerelle Contemporary Art Center, Brest, France

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Facade by Jan van der Ploeg Each year, the Passerelle Contemporary Art Center in Brest, France selects an artist to realize a project using the facade of its building. This year, Jan van der Ploeg has created a monumental work that aligns itself with geometric abstraction while exploring the optical effects of color. The mural will be on view until August.

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Making Histories: Changing Views of the Collection, Temporary Stedelijk 2, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Installation view. Opens March 3, 2011 Making Histories: Changing Views of the Collection explores how a museum collection constructs and embodies histories to be reconsidered over time, offering various views into the museum’s own history and its collections right up to the present day, through monographic installations of individual works or bodies of work by key artists and designers, thematic surveys, archival research projects, special projects and recent acquisitions. The exhibition showcases the breadth of […]

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Tilman: Painted Obje(c)ts Ambigus, Galerie Linard*Langsdorff, Paris, France


Tilman, House of Colours I March 5 – April 1, 2011 At first sight we detect in Tilman’s works a language shaped and haunted by the ghosts of minimalism and concrete art. But we are soon overwhelmed by a multitude of information giving us the opportunity to read the various components of this oeuvre from a personal angle. The works emanate from a careful approach to subjects other than art-inherent; they refuse to dominate the […]

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