Brancusi: The Photographs, Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, NY

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Constantin Brancusi, Lizica Codreano in Brancusi’s Studio 1, 1922 Gelatin silver print, 9 1/8 x 7 inches April 26 – June 23, 2012 Bruce Silverstein Gallery is pleased to present Brancusi: The Photographs, an exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking photographic works. Featuring over 40 original prints, each made by Brancusi himself, this exhibition reveals Brancusi’s visionary dedication to the photographic medium as means of personal expression—an art form that the artist explored parallel to his sculpture. The […]

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John Storrs: Machine-Age Modernist, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY


John Storrs, Abstract Forms No. 1, 1917-1919 Granite and marble Collection of the Newark Museum of Art, NJ April 12 – July 9, 2011 John Storrs: Machine-Age Modernist is the first major museum exhibition of work by this important American sculptor in 25 years. Opening at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery on April 12, the show features most of the known works—some 40 items including sculptures, paintings, and drawings―from Storrs’s most innovative period, from […]

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Arp/Brancusi, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY

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Installation view. March 31 – May 6, 2011 Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to present Arp/Brancusi, an exhibition of sculpture and painted relief works on view at 1018 Madison Avenue, New York, March 29 – May 6, 2011. The exhibition will include a focused selection of works by Arp along with two small sculptures by Brancusi, offering a rare opportunity to view these two 20th Century masters side by side. Sculptures in wood, bronze and […]

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Dan Flavin: Series and Progressions, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY


Dan Flavin, the nominal three (to William of Ockham), 1963 Daylight fluorescent light November 5 – December 19, 2009 David Zwirner presents Dan Flavin: Series and Progressions, the first exhibition of the artist’s work at the gallery since having announced its representation of the Estate of Dan Flavin. From 1963, when he conceived the diagonal of May 25, 1963 (to Constantin Brancusi), a single gold, fluorescent lamp that hangs on a diagonal on the wall—a […]

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Incongruous Associations and Visceral Urges: An Interview With the Sculptor Fawn Krieger, by Karen Schifano


I’ve long admired the large ambition and seriousness of purpose underlying Fawn Krieger’s deceptively funky sculptural work. She is at home in a variety of scales and situations: crafting “product lines” for a “store” (COMPANY, Art in General), a room-sized installation and collaboration with musician Wynne Greenwood at The Kitchen, scale-shifting architectural sculpture shown both here and abroad, a storyboard for a film, and finally, a new “stage setting” at the Portland Institute for Contemporary […]

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Carl Andre: Western Red Cedar, Paula Cooper Gallery (534 W. 21st), New York, NY

  Carl Andre, 7 Hollow Square, 2008  September 6 — October 11, 2008 Paula Cooper Gallery presents an exhibition of new works by Carl Andre. Continuing his strategy of arranging standardized elements in geometric configurations, Andre’s new works take pre-cut columns of western red cedar wood as their constituent building blocks. Placing these timbers upright, Andre has delineated quadrilateral perimeters in an increasing numerical progression. This rational ordering system made visible in cedar wood animates […]

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Kate Shepherd: Stack Shack, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, NY

  September 20 — November 10, 2008 Kate Shepherd has said of her work that “all art making is a project.” Glenn Horowitz Bookseller presents an exhibition of new work in which Shepherd demonstrates her commitment to the idea of art as an ongoing search for solutions. Stack Shack is an exhibition of paintings, wall drawings and prints, as well as less traditional art objects such as blocks and puzzles. The work calls to mind […]

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