Lotte Lyon: Souterrain, Galerie Lisaruyter, Vienna, Austria


“Souterrain” will consist of new objects built in response to the gallery space, a wall painting, and recent photographs from 5 different series. Lotte Lyon’s sculptures employ a pragmatism in the materials used, in the methods of assembly, and in the delivery of associative ideas.

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Islands of Order in a Sea of Chaos, Vishal, Haarlem, The Netherlands


Participating Artists: Anneke Klein Kranenbarg - Els Moes - Guido Winkler - Henriette Van ‘t Hoog - Iemke Van Dijk - Jasper Van Der Graaf - Mel Prest - Ro Hagers - Roland De Jong Orlando - Ruth Van Veenen - Sarah Klein Tineke Porck

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Ward Jackson 1928-2004: A Survey of Five Decades, David Richard Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM


Ward Jackson was born and grew up in Petersburg, Virginia. He studied painting at the Richmond Polytechnic Institute of the College of William and Mary, now Virginia Commonwealth University, earning his Master's Degree there in 1952. While still in school Jackson began the correspondence with Guggenheim curator Hilla Rebay that would eventually lead to his long tenure with that institution.

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Cage Transmitted: Celebrating + Playing John Cage, Norte Maar, Brooklyn, NY


Starting January 24, 2012 Joining the worldwide celebration of the centennial of John Cage, Norte Maar will collaborate with E.A.T. to present Cage Transmitted: Celebrating + Playing John Cage. The twelve evenings of performances of music, poetry, theater, visual art, and dance, occurring once each month, will span the calendar year of 2012. Most of the performances will take place in the front room of Norte Maar’s apartment gallery, and will be broadcast onto the […]

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Lynne Harlow in 75th American Abstract Artists Anniversary Exhibition, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, DE


2011 is the 75th anniversary of the American Abstract Artists, an artist-run organization founded in New York City in 1936 to expand ideas and promote the exposure and understanding of abstract and non-objective art. To celebrate the anniversary of this historic organization, an exhibition of installations by three of its current members--Lynne Harlow, Marthe Keller, and Rossana Martinez--will take place in the Carole Bieber and Marc Ham gallery.

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Manfred Mohr, 1964–2011, Réflexions sur une esthétique programmée, bitforms gallery, New York, NY


It was May 11, 1971 when the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris opened the influential exhibition “Computer Graphics – Une Esthétique Programmée”. A solo exhibition by Manfred Mohr, it featured the first display in a museum of works entirely calculated and drawn by a digital (rather than analog) computer.

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Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface, MCASD La Jolla, La Jolla, CA, MCASD Downtown, San Diego, CA


In the 1960s and 70s, light became a primary medium for a loosely-affiliated group of artists working in Los Angeles. Whether by directing the flow of natural light, embedding artificial light within objects or architecture, or by playing with light through the use of transparent, translucent or reflective materials, these artists each made perception itself the subject of their work.

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