Tuesday, April 21, 2009, 6-8pm Wine bar and hors d’oeuvres Gary Snyder Project Space 250 West 26th Street 4th floor, between 7th & 8th Ave. New York, NY 10001 for inquiries please call 646 325 4581 Tickets $25 NOS Donor $50 NOS Patron $100 NOS Benefactor, includes or more acknowledgment in 2009 catalogue Raffle Win a DAN WALSH work Tickets: 1 for $30, 2 for $50, 5 for $100 All other works for sale $500 [...]
Opening: Sunday, March 15, 5pm Bar Olivino 899 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY C or G to Clinton/Washington Avenue station Organized by artist Michael Zahn, Bar Olivino is presents Hills Like White Elephants, a new bi-weekly series featuring the work of the following artists: Mark Dagley Sunday, March 15 Jeremy Blakeslee Sunday, March 29 Christine Krol Sunday, April 5 Nora Griffin Sunday, April 26 Jeffrey Schad & Vincent Szarek Sunday, May 10 Timothy Buckwalter Sunday, May [...]
September 7 — October 2, 2008 Abaton Garage presents Girl and a Gun, an exhibition of recent constructions, paintings and works on paper by New York artist Nora Griffin. This is the artist’s first commercial solo exhibition. Nora Griffin draws on an array of diverse sources, including film theory, constructivist art, the late works of Philip Guston and the unruly colored frame paintings of Howard Hodgkin. Working with a variety of mediums, she creates [...]
July 2008 Meeting Imi and Blinky at Dia: Beacon, by Sharon Butler Philip Guston Works on Paper, by John Yau June 2008 David Novros with Phong Bui, by Phong Bui Wynn Kramarsky with William Corbett, by William Corbett Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008), by Dorothea Rockburne & Nan Rosenthal Mel Bochner, by David Markus Milton Resnick: A Question of Seeing, by Thomas Micchelli Weltanschauung and Abstract Painting, by Robert C. Morgan Rebecca Horn: [...]
MINUS SPACE presents a solo exhibition by New York artist Mark Dagley. Dagley presented four shaped paintings -- two monochromes and two with checkerboard patterns -- which were originally produced in 1987. Dagley made the works in William S. Burrough's Bunker space on the Bowery in NYC, exhibited them later that year at Tony Shafrazi Gallery in Soho, and subsequently put them into storage. Dagley's exhibition at MINUS SPACE marks the first time the works will be shown publicly in more than twenty years.
Here we are far from the living-room and close to science-fiction Jean Baudrillard, “The Ecstasy of Communication” Your aluminum finish slightly diminished is the best I ever have seen Jefferson Airplane, “Plastic Fantastic Lover” In 1987, the year Mark Dagley’s paintings currently on view at Minus Space were first exhibited at Tony Shafrazi Gallery, abstract painting was exploring its newfound relationship to the digital age. The hard-edge lines and shapes that had been a mainstay [...]