GODDESS, FUZZ, FANTASY

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Le travail de Julien Langendorff s’articule principalement autour de dessins, collages et installations mystérieuses à la fois décalées, onirique et mystique.

agnès b, New York. 11.02.201201.04.2012.


OPTIMISM AS A CULTURAL REBELLION

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Since 2004 Matthew Stone has developed a personal philosophy of Optimism, defining it as “the vital force that entangles itself with and then shapes the future”. The exhibition focuses on the intersections between the ideas, photography and sculptures that define Matthew’s work.

The Hole, New York. 01.11.2011 > 10.12.2011.


WITHOUT TRUE BAZAARS

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Elaine Cameron-Weir uses the wall-piece consistently in her practice, often working with a large drum-like shape, half-mound, or box shape, each hung several inches apart like paintings.
She shares visual inspiration and work images via tumblr and bjkx242 with Ben Schumacher.

Ramiken Crucible, New York. 08.05.2011 > 18.06.2011.


ANNABELLE, ANNABELLE

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In Caitlin Teal Price‘s Annabelle, Annabelle, women stand transfixed in everyday landscapes, connected to the world by the objects surrounding them. Exhibition presented by Capricious.

Wild Project, New York. 15.03.2011 > 05.05.2011.


BREAKING AND ENTERING

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Nick van Woert believes in the semantics of material. Common materials are imbued with meaning through our daily relationship to them outside of the context of Art.

Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York. 26.02.2011 > 06.04.2011.


THE COURSE OF HISTORY (PART III)

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In this third and final installment of The Course of History, Bart Michiels explores the Eastern European battlefields of Russia and Germany. The term “Götterdämmerung” is adapted from Richard Wagner’s final opera of The Ring Cycle and is intended to refer here to the notion of a “violent end” or “destruction” as was the case for the Third Reich.

Foley Gallery, New York. 28.10.2010 > 08.01.2011.


ELEVEN HEAVY THINGS

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Miranda July is a filmmaker, artist, and writer. Her videos, performances, and web-based projects have been presented at sites such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Polymath artist brings Eleven Heavy Things, a series of interactive sculptures, to Union Square Park. See also VICE Photos in collaboration with Roe Ethridge.

Union Square Park, New York. Deitch Projects. 29.05.2010 > 03.10.2010.


I WANTED TO SEE THE WORLD

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First solo exhibition in the United States of Berlin-based photographer Jessica Backhaus.
This mid-career survey features fifty images selected from her four published monographs.

Laurence Miller Gallery, New York. 09.09.2010 > 30.10.2010.


PORTRAITS – POSITIONS

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Paul Mpagi Sepuya is a Brooklyn-based artist who makes photo-based portrait, zine, and video projects. His show presents new works, including several large-scale prints, continuing the exploration of the act of portrait-making and the entanglement created between public and private sites.

NP Contemporary Art Center, New York. 16.09.2010 > 24.10.2010.


SATURDAY SUN

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A group exhibition of new photography and works on paper by twelve emerging artists: Aisling Hamrogue, Chris Domenick, Dana Gentile, Emily Klass, Erin Jane Nelson, Jessica Williams, Lauren Maresca, Mara Baldwin, Zack Genin, Alana Celii, Grant Willing and Jessica Olm.

Capricious Space, Brooklyn, NY. 14.07.2010 > 21.08.20110.