Grid List, Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York, NY

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Allegra LaViola Gallery is pleased to present Grid List, curated by Patrick Morrissey and Mark Sengbusch. Grid List presents 16 artists, 13 working in geometric abstraction, and three working quite “gridless”. Their conceptual fodder ranges from sports to math and science to film, graphic design and video.

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Tops, Open Space, presented by President Clinton Projects, Long Island City, NY

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President Clinton Projects is pleased to present "Tops," featuring new work by 15 artists based in New York, Chicago and Baltimore. All included work will be displayed on tables.

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Grid List, Center Galleries, College for Creative Arts, Detroit, MI

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Grid List presents 16 artists, 13 working in geometric abstraction, and three working quite “gridless” (Can the grid be active behind the image?). Their conceptual fodder ranges from sports, math, science, film, graphic design and video games.

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The Working Title, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY


Installation view March 25 – April 29, 2011 A 32-artist group survey of recent abstraction organized by Progress Report. Participating Artists: Amy Feldman, Benjamin King, Britton Tolliver, Cordy Ryman, Dennis Hollingsworth, Douglas Melini, EJ Hauser, Eric Freeman, Gary Petersen, Halsey Hathaway, Ian Pedigo, Inna Babaeva, Ivin Ballen, Jasmine Justice, JD Walsh, Jered Sprecher, Joshua Abelow, Joy Curtis, Keltie Ferris, Kris Chatterson, Lauren Luloff, Letha Wilson, Matthew Deleget, Omar Chacon, Osamu Kobayashi, Pamela Jorden, Patrick Brennan, […]

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What’s Bin Did and What’s Bin Hid’, 106 Green Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Michael Zahn, Power, Corruption, and Lies (Version), 2009 Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 60 inches October 14 – November 15, 2009 Curated by Ryan Steadman Participating Artists: Carl Ferrero, Noah Sheldon, Molly Smith, Brent Steen, Michael Zahn, Addie Juell, Roger White, Stacy Fisher, Carlos Jiménez Cahua, Brad Phillips, Josephine Halvorson, Brian Belott Stripped-down essentialism will never go away and never go out of style. People will always want to get back to the “roots” of […]

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