Lynne Harlow: Ask the Sky, Baker Bridge Road

Installation view of Lynne Harlow: Ask the Sky, Baker Bridge Road, MINUS SPACE, 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.

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Lynne Harlow discusses Donald Judd, RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

Lynne Harlow discusses Donald Judd, RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

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.

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Lynne Harlow: Against the Velvet of the Long Goodbye

Lynne Harlow, Against the Velvet of the Long Goodbye, 2013, Site-specific performance installation, White vinyl rain curtain, colored floodlights, electric guitar, guitar stand, amp, Dimensions variable; Installation view at MINUS SPACE, Brooklyn, NY, 2013

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.

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Postscript: Lynne Harlow & Mary Paula Hunter, RISD Museum of Art, Providence, RI

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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 […]

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Lynne Harlow: 515 Chalkstone, Providence, RI

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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 […]

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Carl Ostendarp: Pulled Up: RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

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  Carl Ostendarp, Aaarrgh, 2009 (detail) February 13 – August 23, 2009 The RISD Museum of Art presents Carl Ostendarp, “Pulled Up,” an exhibition in its Lower Farago Gallery that not only borrows its title but also its optimism from the 1977 Talking Heads song of the same name. “Pulled Up” will feature works chosen by the artist from the Museum’s collection together with new paintings of his own. Ostendarp (American, b.1961) has taught and […]

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Lynne Harlow, Providence Art Windows, Providence, RI

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  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 […]

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Lynne Harlow: BEAT

Installation view

December 2007

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.

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