Friday, September 19, 2014

"Brigitte Lahaie," 2013, Sophie Crumb


Sojourner Truth Parsons

“Post-Speculation, Act II" @ P! opens Sunday, September 21st, 2014

“If you thought the story of Michael Brown, Ferguson, and the racist, militarized, out-of-control police was over, a new exhibition on the LES by the art collective Yams reminds you that it’s far from finished. … At P! Gallery on Broome Street, Yams (short for HowDoYouSayYamInAfrican?) has installed a dark vortex of multi-channel video that displays protests, arrests, tweets, cartoons, news footage, status updates, and 3D graphics. … Yams are usually referred to as a video and performance collective, but what you see at Post-Speculation is one of the best examples of Post-Internet art in recent time.”
— Rhett Jones, “Yams Collective Brings Ferguson Themed Installation to the LES,” ANIMAL New York, 12 Sept 2014

334 Broome St
New York, NY 10002


Thursday, September 18, 2014

Mike Cloud, Bad Faith and Universal Technique @ Thomas Erben Gallery

Installation view, west and north wall

Installation view, east and south wall

Installation view, project space: Mike Cloud, Dona Nelson

Removed Individual, 2013

Dialog of Growth, 2014

Traveling Barricade, 2013

"SHIPS (INVITING CATASTROPHE)," 2014, Whitney Bedford

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

"Open Lock," 2014, Brendan Fowler


Paul Lee: Matinee @ Maccarone, 98 Morton St.

Maccarone is pleased to announce a showing of new two-dimensional works by Paul Lee, now on view at 98 Morton Street. Eight panels feature faces rendered in pastel on painted wood, which were made in the dark, and coupled by strips of cinema carpets. Two short films by Paul Lee will be screened sometime during the exhibition, details and dates to be announced. 
Paul Lee lives and works in New York.  This is the artist’s third exhibition with the gallery. 

Eternal September @ Tomorrow, New York

Jason Matthre Lee, "Bruteforcephreak," 2014 

Jason Matthre Lee, "Lena 1," 2014

Oto Gillen, "Two Dancers," 2014

Oto Gillen, Untitled (The Tree, A), 2013

Valerie Keane, "Private Venus," 2014

Valerie Keane, "Private Venus," 2014

Mary Ann Aitken, Untitled (crosswalk diptych 1), 2005

Mary Ann Aitken, Untitled (red sand), 1983 - 2010

Mary Ann Aitken, Untitled (white plant), 1983 - 2010

Bradley Kronz, Untitled, 2014 and Untitled, 2014

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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