June 1-30, 2018
MINUS SPACE is thrilled to present Providence, Rhode Island-based artist Lynne Harlow's new site-sensitive installation Tilt Toward the Sun. The project will be on view 24/7 in our Water Street windows from June 1-30, 2018.
Lynne Harlow: Song
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, NH
July 23 - August 30, 2016
February 27 - April 9, 2016
MINUS SPACE is thrilled to present the exhibition Lynne Harlow: Ask the Sky, Baker Bridge Road. This is the Providence, Rhode Island-based artist’s third solo exhibition at the gallery and it will feature a site-sensitive installation investigating a single color as it relates to space, material, and sensation.
November 7 - December 19, 2015
MINUS SPACE is delighted to present the group exhibition Fiber Optic, highlighting several generations of artists innovating at the intersection of geometry and fiber. The exhibition will feature works by fifteen artists from across the country, including Anni Albers, Joell Baxter, Samantha Bittman, Chris Bogia, Martha Clippinger, Gabriel Dawe, Michelle Grabner, Lynne Harlow, Linda King Ferguson, Victoria Munro, Gabriel Pionkowski, Carrie Pollack, Sue Ravitz, Stephen Westfall, and Emi Winter.
Conversations Between Elements and Space: Lynne Harlow
by Leah Constantine, Adhoc, July 2, 2015
Lynne Harlow and Russell Maltz
Unexpected Art: Serendipitous Installations, Site-Specific Works, and Surprising Interventions, Chronicle Books, 2015
Derbylius Libreria Galleria D’Arte presents "10 Ways", a group exhibition of American Abstract Artists curated by Lorenza Sannai. Each artist will exhibit one small work and a set of 10 artists books. A catalogue was produced with an essay by L. Sannai and statements by the artists.
The Cliff Gallery at Mountain View College presents "A Kind of Body-Heaven", a solo exhibition of work by Lynne Harlow. The project is curated by Liliana Bloch and will include a new site-specific piece created by Harlow.
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.
American Abstract Artists presents Sensory Impact, a group exhibition held at Morgan Stanley & Co. in Purchase, NY.
November 1 - December 21, 2013
MINUS SPACE is thrilled to present the exhibition Lynne Harlow: Against the Velvet of the Long Goodbye. This is the Providence, Rhode Island-based artist’s second solo exhibition at the gallery and it will feature a site-sensitive installation consisting of colored flood lights, white vinyl rain curtain, and live performance on electric guitar.
Features MINUS SPACE artist Lynne Harlow (new acquisition). The RISD Museum’s first large survey of work from the greater-Providence region in more than 20 years, Locally Made expands across several Museum galleries with multiple components celebrating the rich and diverse talent in the city and nearby communities.
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to present a site-specific, commissioned sound and light performance work by Lynne Harlow.
Cade Tompkins Projects is pleased to present an exhibition of recent work created by Lynne Harlow. The exhibit introduces work that bridges the gap between printmaking, painting, installation and sculpture.
Organized by artists Matthew Deleget (New York) and Emi Winter (Oaxaca), the exhibition MINUS SPACE en Oaxaca: Panorama de 31 artistas internacionales features 31 reductive artists from around the world associated with MINUS SPACE in Brooklyn, New York.
The Hunter College Art Galleries are pleased to present Notations: The Cage Effect Today, on view from February 17-April 21, 2012. As 2012 marks the centennial of John Cage’s birth, this exhibition commemorates the widespread effect of the artist’s six decades of assiduous, and relentless inventive creation on subsequent generations of artists
American Abstract Artists presents ABSTRACTION (Abstraction to the Power of Infinity), curated by Janet Kurnatowski. ABSTRACTION celebrates the perseverance of non-figurative and non-objective art, including the practitioners, pioneers and those currently working in the traditions of abstraction. This exhibition shows the recent work of 76 members of the American Abstract Artists (AAA), along with four guest exhibitors.
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.
Gilbert Hsiao, Dual, 2007 Acrylic on panel 32 x 32 inches May 21 – July 15, 2011 Participating Artists: Alice Adams, Babe Shapiro, Ce Roser, Cecily Kahn, Charles Hinman, Clover Vail, Corey Postiglione, Creighton Michael, Daniel G. Hill, David Mackenzie, David Reed, David Row, Don Voisine, Dorothea Rockburne, Edward Shalala, Emily Berger, Gabriele Evertz, Gail Gregg, Gilbert Hsiao, Heidi Gluck, Henry Brown, Irene Lawrence, Irene Rousseau, James Gross, James Juszczyk, James O. Clark, James Seawright, […]
Rossana Martinez, All I Need is You, 2008 Installation view, Gallery Sonja Roesch, Houston, TX February 11 – April 9, 2011 The 75th anniversary of the American Abstract Artists is in 2011, a democratic artist-run organization founded 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, three artists members, Lynne Harlow, Marthe Keller, and Rossana Martinez will each create installations […]
Installation view thru October 23, 2010 “I’ve chosen artists’ work that I feel share something of a fetish with/in the production/object, particularly based on an aesthetic predisposition that can run formally, culturally, adding the social/personal. How I personally interpret this is with a Tokyo sensibility, how Japanese respond to objects and their placement, their positioned sense of worth, a cuteness, an austere vs. touch. The exhibition consists of individual pieces, multiples, or artists books, which may sit on the […]
August 7 - September 4, 2010
MINUS SPACE is honored to announce the memorial exhibition Julian Dashper (1960-2009): It Is Life. The exhibition marks the one-year anniversary of the New Zealand artist's death and it will feature a single work by Julian entitled Future Call, as well as written tributes to him by more than 70 artists internationally.
Lynne Harlow, The Radiant Hour, 2010 Site-specific installation, vinyl curtain, tape 80 x 65 x 10 inches May 17 – June 13, 2010
April 22 - May 8, 2010
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce the group exhibition Escape from New York at The Engine Room, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand, from April 22 - May 8, 2010. Curated by Matthew Deleget, the exhibition surveys reductive strategies by 29 artists living in and around New York City. Each artist will present a single small work, as well as an open letter to the local community of artists.
Lynne Harlow & Mary Paula Hunter, Postscript, 2010 Dance drawings on birch plywood (series of 5) 4 x 4 feet each Performance: April 24, 2010, 2 pm Postscript is a collaboration with dancer and choreographer Mary Paula Hunter that explores the intersection of drawing and dance. This performance project will be presented at the RISD Museum of Art as part of The Big Draw, a celebration of drawing offered in conjunction with the exhibition Pat […]
Lynne Harlow, Kill the headlights and put it in neutral, 2010 Site-specific installation, vinyl curtains 67 x 67 x 67 inches April 16 – May 29, 2010
Lynne Harlow, Gulhane Park, 2006 Copper on wood panel and acrylic paint on wood panel 10 x 10 x 0.5 inches Panels installed on opposite walls precisely facing each other at a height of 53 inches December 11, 2009 – January 30, 2010
Lynne Harlow, 515 Chalkstone, 2009 Acrylic paint on vinyl siding 3 story house, 28 feet wide x 38 feet deep A project for the Smith Hill Community Development Corporation. HousEART is a program of the Smith Hill Community Development Corporation that invites artists to make art on vacant neighborhood houses owned by the SHCDC that will soon be renovated and offered for rent at affordable rates. The art is temporary, remaining only until the property […]
Our third VIEWLIST exhibition is conceived by New York painter Karen Schifano.
The word “inspire” (originally meaning “to infuse with breath”) is a verb, but can also transform itself into a noun or adjective. It’s very active, and yet also implies being receptive, even demands openness, a readiness to receive, and a sharpening of perception and awareness. From one thing, there is a direct connection to another thing, a kind of touch that is nurturing, rich and full of promise. Potential becomes realization; we wake up rejuvenated, re-energized, and ready for action.
Lynne Harlow, Four Kicks, 2005 Pair of plexiglas boxes, 4 x 24 x 24 inches Brent: What are you currently working on? Lynne: I’m working the way I most like to, doing several different things at once. I have just completed a site-specific piece for a group show, I’m playing around with painted balsa wood strips that I’m gluing into shapes and, most significantly, I’m preparing for a collaborative project coming up this […]
May 8-29, 2009
RMIT University School of Art and Sydney Non Objective present contemporary non-objective practice from MINUS SPACE New York. A survey of reductive strategies by artists living in and around New York City. Presenting a single work from each artist, as well as an open letter to the artist community affiliated with RMIT Non Objective.
Lynne Harlow, The Rail, 2009 Site-specific installation Chiffon, acrylic paint, 9 x 26 x 1 feet 19 artists create site-specific installations related to the theme of architecture. Curated by Allison Paschke.
Installation in cafe space Exhibition in cafe space continues until May 2009. (Boiler Room exhibition closed on January 26, 2009.) MINUS SPACE Curated by Phong Bui P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center A Museum of Modern Art Affiliate Long Island City, NY The exhibition is curated by artist, Brooklyn Rail publisher, and P.S.1. Curatorial Advisor Phong Bui, and includes the work of 54 artists from 14 countries. The exhibition marks MINUS SPACE’s 5th anniversary. […]
Lynne Harlow, Tropic , 2008 Chiffon, tape, Plexiglas Site-specific installation Fulton Street, near Providence City Hall “How little is enough? How much can be taken away before a piece crumbles? My sculptural installations are lean, elegant arrangements of color, light and space; they are presentations of physical facts. I want to isolate and exaggerate particular aspects of the ways we encounter and negotiate our physical world, and bring some awareness and joy to the process. And […]
Lynne Harlow, The Songs 1-7 (detail), 2008 Chain-embossed paper, unique series of prints 14.5 x 10.5 inches October 30 — December 13, 2008 EFA Project Space presents Beyond A Memorable Fancy, an exhibition about print, perception, and artistic intervention. Focusing on the transformative aspects of printmaking, Beyond a Memorable Fancy explores the current trend of artists experimenting with print techniques in order to appropriate and manipulate information—be it from text or image sources, cultural […]
October 19, 2008 - May 4, 2009
MINUS SPACE is delighted to announce our exhibition at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, an affiliate of The Museum of Modern Art in New York. P.S.1 is one of the oldest and largest non-profit arts centers in the United States solely devoted to contemporary art. The exhibition is curated by artist, Brooklyn Rail publisher, and P.S.1. Curatorial Advisor Phong Bui, and includes the work of 54 artists from 14 countries. The exhibition marks MINUS SPACE's 5th anniversary.
April 23 — May 12, 2008 Includes artists Tom Benson, Lynne Harlow, Linn Meyers, Philomene Pirecki, Devin Powers, Mel Prest, Karen Schifano, Nancy White & Brent Hallard.
New York City and Providence-based artist Lynne Harlow presents BEAT, which translates an earlier work, Lena's Beat, from an intimate wall piece to a large-scale installation and performance. BEAT combines specific, yet inherently unrelated elements: color and music. The performance will take place on Saturday, December 8, from 4-6pm, and will consist of two hours of solo drumming by various volunteer musicians.
September 8 — October 8, 2007 Sharon Brant, Untitled, 2000 Enamel on canvas under handmade glass, framed, 24 x 24 x 2.25 inches Curated by Kat Griefen, Director of AIR Gallery, from the membership of American Abstract Artists, the artists in Material Matter affirm the group’s openness to difference, both in form and theory, and its non-party line approach. Here, the organization’s legacy is manifested in the artists’ use of unlikely materials or use […]
In his series of lectures, Pictures of Nothing: Abstract Art since Pollock, Kirk Varnedoe asks tough questions. Why abstract art? What is abstract art good for? These questions, the topic of his six lectures, are familiar. It seems to me that they are asked, and in a sense answered, every time an artist makes an abstract work. They are the questions that artists ask as we wrestle with the history of abstraction and as we […]