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Phong Bui, Portrait of Thomas Nozkowski, 2010 Pencil on paper In Conversation: Thomas Nozkowski with John Yau Art Books in Review: “Breaking Through: Richard Bellamy and the Green Gallery, 1960 – 1965 / Twenty-Three Interviews”, Author: Erik La Prade, Midmarch Arts Press, 2010, by Greg Lindquist Brooklyn Dispatches: Funkster Formalism, Crap Constructivism, by James Kalm Kim Uchiyama: Archaeo, by Stephanie Buhmann Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers, by Greg Lindquist

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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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VIEWLIST: There are many things in the air and all of them are for free, Conceived by Michelle Grabner

Xavier Veilhan, Le Grand Mobile, 2004-2006, metallic structure, engines, 25 PVC spheres, 
75 x 350 cm in diameter

Our second VIEWLIST exhibition is conceived by Chicago-based artist Michelle Grabner.

"So I think what comes next is a web with big holes blown in it. A spiderweb in a storm. The turtles get knocked out from under it, the platform sinks through the cloud. A lot of the inherent contradictions of the web get revealed, the contradictions in the oxymorons smash into each other." -- Bruce Sterling, February 2009

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Dan Flavin: The 1964 Green Gallery Exhibition, by Jeffrey Weiss, Published by Steidl/Zwirner & Wirth, 2008

  Click to purchase on Amazon.com This book examines a seminal 1964 Dan Flavin exhibition at New York’s influential (though short-lived) Green Gallery, which broke new ground–and marked a turning-point in the artist’s career–with the first series of works composed of colored fluorescent light tubes. The exhibition included seminal works like “the diagonal of May 25, 1963 (to Robert Rosenblum)” (1963) and “a primary picture” (1964). This volume coincides with Zwirner & Wirth’s recreation of […]

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