A two-person exhibition featuring New Zealand artist Julian Dashper (1960-2009) and American artist Donald Judd (1928-1994).
November 9 - December 22, 2012
MINUS SPACE is pleased to announce the exhibition Sharon Brant: Sideswiped. This is the Beacon, New York-based artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery and it will feature a suite of new paintings and works on paper.
Endless is PLUG Projects' sixth exhibition featuring Amy M. Ho's installation of a deep projected space, the landscape photographs of Laura Bell, and Michelle Grabner's process-based paintings. Restrained and non-theatrical, the works in the show nonetheless evoke monumental and highly abstract ideas of order, space and time. Viewers are presented with pictorial spaces, which, if only for a brief moment, make possible the loss of identity and encounter with the infinite.
Jules Olitski, Prince Patutski Pleasures, 1962 Magna acrylic on canvas 90 x 88 inches May 20 – August 28, 2011 This exhibition draws together more than 30 significant works from public and private collections and highlights important periods and themes from Olitski’s career. With works from his early Stain Paintings of the 1960s to his Late Paintings, this is the first exhibition of the artist’s paintings since his death in 2007. Russian-born artist Jules Olitski […]
Installation view May 6 – June 25, 2011 David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Donald Judd drawn from the artist’s seminal 1989 exhibition held at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Germany. Brought together from international public and private collections, this will be the first time these particular works have been exhibited together in a group of this size since Judd’s 1989 installation. The exhibition, which will span both of the gallery’s […]
Richard Aldrich, If I Paint Crowned I’ve Had It, Got Me, 2008 Oil and wax on wood, on cut linen 84 x 58 inches January 21 – May 1, 2011 Chronicling an abstract personal account of his relationships, studio practice, and his sense of history, New York-based artist Richard Aldrich has in recent years placed himself at the forefront of a new approach to the medium that re-thinks how a painting is made, how it […]
Ben Dowell, Untitled, 2010 Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 inches July 9 – August 9, 2010 Curated by Matt Wycoff The Hogar Collection is pleased to present Lateralisms, a group show representing two generations of artists closely tied to the decisive contingency of minimalism, and to its redrawing of the parameters around both the artwork and the self/artist. The exhibition assesses a slice of the ever-shifting boundaries and implications of post minimal painting and sculptural […]
Brad Killam & Michelle Grabner, Inside Trip, 2009 Silverpoint, wood, metal, enamel February 27 – April 10, 2010 White Flag Projects presents Newtonland: Orbits, Ellipses and other Planes of Activity, with artwork by Greg Bogin, Elizabeth Bryant, Anne Eastman, Ib Geertsen, Grabner/Killam, Jean Painleve, Jan Van Der Ploeg and Jonas Wood. The exhibition is curated by Michelle Grabner. Newtonland: Orbits, Ellipses and other Planes of Activity will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue published by […]
Installation view October 30, 2009 – June 5, 2010 The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts present the exhibition, Urban Alchemy/Gordon Matta-Clark. The artist Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) used neglected structures slated for demolition as his raw material. He carved out sections of buildings with a power saw in order to reveal their hidden construction, to provide new ways of perceiving space, and to create metaphors for the human condition. He spoke of his work as an […]
Dan Christensen, Serpens, 1968 Acrylic on canvas, 112 x 173.5 inches Courtesy of Spanierman Modern, NY May 15 – August 30, 2009 For more than forty years, American artist Dan Christensen—long associated with the Color Field movement—experimented with colors, shapes, and forms in his large-scale paintings. Featuring 35 of the artist’s works of art from 1966 to 2006, the exhibition Dan Christensen: Forty Years of Painting is the first comprehensive Museum retrospective of the […]
Gedi Sibony, Partly Me Manners, 2008 Door and paper, 88 x 24 x 4 inches. Vanmoerkerke Collection, Belgium January 23 – April 19, 2009 Gedi Sibony is one of the most promising young artists working today, and his unconventional sculptures propose a new way of looking at the world and thinking about art. For his first-ever solo museum exhibition, this New York-based artist presents a site-specific installation of new and recent works. Using materials […]
February 1 — October 4, 2008 The focus of this exhibition is the experience of Dan Flavin’s work – sculptural installations composed of mass-produced light fixtures and fluorescent tubes – within the architecture and shifting natural light of the Pulitzer building.
May 9 — June 12, 2008
Olivier Mosset, Untitled, 1970 Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 100 cm May 9 — August 3, 2008 The Contemporary presents an ambitious exhibition with John Armleder and Olivier Mosset, two of the most influential artists working today, and whose work remains under-recognized in the United States. This widely anticipated exhibition—the inaugural show of the Contemporary’s new curatorial team—introduces the museum’s newest program of exhibitions, publications and events. Signaling its commitment to artist-centered exhibitions, […]
Installation view April 11 — July 6, 2008 Currents 102: Sarah Oppenheimer is an exhibition by the artist, entitled Horizontal Roll, that offers a cinematic view of contemporary works in the Museum’s collection. Oppenheimer creates installations that reconfigure the built environment. In Horizontal Roll, she uses architecture to generate a “filmic” experience. Shaped holes puncture walls, framing vistas into adjacent spaces constructing views of works of art from the Museum’s contemporary collection. Each hole operates […]