Galerie Michael Sturm is pleased to present the group exhibition Schau doch mal rein! which includes color-based installations by Russell Maltz.
Double Take: Plywood, March 15, 2015, 2 – 2:45 pm: Donald Judd’s minimalist sculpture, Chair, reduces materials and form to their essence. Artist Lynne Harlow and and Seth Stem, professor in RISD’s Industrial Design department, discuss the fabrication, intention, and context of this work.
"It is a random occurrence that we are conscious beings,” Vincent Como said. These words were among the artist’s first when I visited his house in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, in December 2014, to talk about magic.
Tarn McLean’s research involves the investigation, application and transference of formal elements associated with paintings modernist discourse to locate contemporary painting practice as a non-static undertaking. The canvas retains an interior focus of inquiry while becoming a working space from which conceptual intentions are expanded into architectectonic debates. Through the curated installation McLean combines three generations of seminal artists’ work within the field, including Olivier Mosset, Peter Holm and Kyle Jenkins.
On the occasion of Thomas Micchelli’s solo exhibition, Bacchantes and Bivalves, the artist sat down with fellow artist, Linda Francis. In this interview, Micchelli discusses his interest in mythology, sensuality and the interplay between painting and drawing. Bacchantes and Bivalves is on view until March 1, 2015 at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY.
Pentimenti Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Territory of Abstraction, a group show of new works by twelve artists. The exhibition opens on February 21 and runs through April 4, 2015.
A group exhibition including Emma Langridge, John Aslanidis, Kubota Fumikazu, Kyle Jenkins and Stephen Wickham. Curated by Aaron Martin.
February 28 - May 2, 2015
MINUS SPACE is delighted to present the group exhibition Breaking Pattern, highlighting several generations of artists whose works investigate and advance the discourse around pattern, optical, and perceptual abstract painting. The exhibition will feature recent paintings by five New York City-area artists: Gabriele Evertz, Anoka Faruqee, Gilbert Hsiao, Douglas Melini, and Michael Scott. This exhibition coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art’s seminal exhibition The Responsive Eye curated by William C. Seitz.