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Donna Huanca Open Studios

Join us for the unique oppor­tu­nity to see Donna Huanca’s new works in progress in her pri­vate stu­dio envi­ron­ment this week­end at Smack Mel­lon, 92 Ply­mouth Street Dumbo, Brook­lyn 11201 Open Stu­dios hours: Sat­ur­day, Sep­tem­ber 26, 12-8pm Sun­day, Sep­tem­ber 27, 12-6pm

Softening Boxes Front

Softening Boxes


Soft­en­ing Boxes
Instal­la­tion view


Soft­en­ing Boxes
Instal­la­tion view


Matthew Wat­son
An invi­ta­tion to paint a gallerist’s liv­ing room inside a Jean Nou­vel build­ing at 11th Avenue, New York, May 26 2015, 2015
Oil on cop­per (unframed)
20 x 19 inches
51 x 48 cm


Matthew Wat­son
An invi­ta­tion to paint Jacob and Brontë, two mixed breed dogs in an artist’s loft on Ren­wick Street, New York, May 27 2013, 2015
Oil on cop­per
19 x 16 inches (unframed)
48 x 41 cm


Matthew Wat­son
An invi­ta­tion to paint a Flavio Poli glass vase and paper­weight in an artist’s apart­ment on 131st Street, New York, June 29 2015. Object pro­duced in Murano, an island in Venice, Italy, 2015
Oil on cop­per
12 x 14 inches (unframed)
30.5 x 35.5 cm


Soft­en­ing Boxes
Instal­la­tion view


Matthew Wat­son
A com­mis­sion to paint the Fuller Fam­ily in their Bev­erly Hills home, Los Ange­les, June 4 2014, 2015
Oil on cop­per
20 x 24 inches (unframed)
51 x 61 cm


Matthew Wat­son
A paint­ing of Akila, a pure­bred basenji, with an Eames fold­ing screen in a writer’s loft on 36th Street, New York, Sep­tem­ber 8 2014, intro­duced by a mutual friend and artist, 2015
Oil on cop­per
14.5 x 17 inches (unframed)
37 x 43 cm


Soft­en­ing Boxes
Instal­la­tion view


Matthew Wat­son
An invi­ta­tion to paint a Beranek Fam­ily glass paper­weight in an artist’s apart­ment on 131st Street, New York, June 29 2015. Object pro­duced at the Beranek Fac­tory in the Czech Repub­lic, 2015
Oil on cop­per
12 x 14 inches (unframed)
30.5 x 35.5 cm

ArtForum Critics’ Pick: Donna Huanca

Mus­cle Mem­ory at Peres Projects has been cho­sen as an Art­Fo­rum Crit­ics’ Pick. Read more here (http://artforum NULL.com/picks/id=53648).

E.1027 IN VOGUE

E.1027 reviewed by Julia Felsen­thal in Vogue. Read more here (http://www NULL.vogue NULL.com/13289757/eileen-gray-sheftel-gallery/).

E.1027 IN PURPLE MAGAZINE

E.1027 in Pur­ple Mag­a­zine. Read more here (http://purple NULL.fr/diary/e-1027-a-group-show-con%C2%ADsid%C2%ADer%C2%ADing-eileen-grays-mod%C2%ADernist-villa-e-1027-at-joe-sheftel-gallery-new-york/).

Donna Huanca featured on Artsy

Artsy has listed Donna Huanca an an emerg­ing artist to watch this sum­mer. Read the full arti­cle here (https://www NULL.artsy NULL.net/article/artsy-editorial-30-emerging-artists-to-watch-this-summer).

E.1027 Front

E.1027


E.1027
Instal­la­tion view


Gra­ham Collins
Arrow Slip, 2015
Oil on can­vas, thread, wenge frame, alu­minum sup­port
36 x 46 x 2.25 inches
91.5 x 116.5 x 5.5 cm


E.1027
Instal­la­tion view
Lily Stock­man


Mike Pratt
Star Gui­tar, 2013
Enamel, oil paint, wood, poly­styrene and wax
9.25 x 11 x 7 inches
23.5 x 28 x 18 cm


E.1027
Instal­la­tion view


Gary Stephan
E-1027, 2014
Acrylic on can­vas
60 x 48 inches
152.5 x 122 cm


E.1027
Instal­la­tion view


E.1027
Instal­la­tion view
Denise Kupfer­schmidt

Benny Merris in The Secret Life at Murray Guy

Work by Benny Mer­ris is on view at Mur­ray Guy as part of the group exhi­bi­tion The Secret Life, on view June 24 through August 7. More infor­ma­tion here (http://murrayguy NULL.com/current-exhibition/).

Black Leather Sectional Front

Black Leather Sectional


Sam McK­in­niss
Black Leather Sec­tional
Instal­la­tion view


Sam McK­in­niss
David (after Donatello), 2015
Oil on can­vas
24 x 18 inches
161 x 45.7 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
T.J. Lane, 2015
Oil and aqua-leaf on can­vas
60 x 48 inches
152.4 x 121.9 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Hari Nef, 2015
Oil and aqua-leaf on linen
14 x 11 inches
35.6 x 27.9 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Young Man with a Sword (after Eustache Le Sueur), 2015
Oil on can­vas
30 x 24 inches
76.2 x 61 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Bat­girl (after Joel Schu­macher), 2015
Oil on can­vas
30 x 24 inches
76.2 x 61 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Black Leather Sec­tional
Instal­la­tion view


Sam McK­in­niss
Ghosts (orange and green), 2015
Oil, acrylic, and aqua-leaf on can­vas
72 x 60 inches
182.9 x 152.4 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
l’amour menaçant (after Étienne-Maurice Fal­conet), 2015
Oil and acrylic on can­vas
72 x 60 inches
182.9 x 152.4 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Bat­girl (Leather Cape), 2015
Oil on can­vas
72 x 48 inches
182.8 x 122 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Black Leather Sec­tional
Instal­la­tion view


Sam McK­in­niss
Reflec­tive Hoodie (J-Cush), 2015
Oil, acrylic and aqua-leaf on linen
72 x 48 inches
182.8 x 122 cm


Sam McK­in­niss
Black Leather Sec­tional
Instal­la­tion view


Sam McK­in­niss
Killer Pussy (Gabi), 2015
Oil on can­vas
48 x 36 inches
121.9 x 91.4 cm

LEE MAIDA IN ARTNEWS

Matthew Wein­stien reviews Lee Maida’s solo show Lit End in Art­news. Read more here (http://www NULL.art­news NULL.com/2015/05/15/an-artist-selects-matthew-weinstein-in-new-york-2/).

DONNA HUANCA IN PERFORMATIVE PRACTICE AT HALSEY MCKAY GALLERY

Work by Donna Huanca is on view at Halsey Mckay Gallery as part of a group exhi­bi­tion Per­for­ma­tive Prac­tice curated by Ryan Stead­man. Open April 18th through May 3rd. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.halseym­ckay NULL.com/performative-practice-curated-by-ryan-steadman-press-release).

DONNA HUANCA IN WATER SCARS AT galerie chez valentin

Donna Huanca’s solo exhi­bi­tion Water Scars opens April 18 at Galerie Chez Valentin. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.galeriechez­valentin NULL.com/fr/expositions/2015/DonnaHuanca2015/).

Lee Maida Lit End



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view


Lee Maida
Com­plain to time about it, 2015
Glazed ceram­ics, fab­ric, hard­ware
83 x 60 inches
210.8 x 152.4 cm


Lee Maida
It would be no worse nei­ther more nor less but as much indif­fer­ently as, 2015
Glazed ceramic on grout
39.75 x 19 x 16 inches (in two parts)
101 x 48.3 x 40.6 cm


Lee Maida
It would be no worse nei­ther more nor less but as much indif­fer­ently as, 2015
Glazed ceramic on grout
39.75 x 19 x 16 inches (in two parts)
101 x 48.3 x 40.6 cm



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view


Lee Maida
Loathe to con­front the cou­ple, 2015
Glazed ceramic, water­color, char­coal, pig­ment stick on inkjet print
43.75 x 31 x 1 inches
111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm


Lee Maida
Unsta­ble par­adise, 2015
Glazed ceramic, water­color, char­coal, pig­ment stick on inkjet print
43.75 x 31 x 1 inches
111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm


Lee Maida
Blues jumped the rab­bit, 2015
Glazed ceramic, water­color, char­coal on inkjet print
43.75 x 31 x 1 inches
111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm


Lee Maida
Sta­ble par­adise, 2015
Glazed ceramic, water­color, pig­ment stick, char­coal on inkjet print
43.75 x 31 x 1 inches
111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm


Lee Maida
SM, 2015
Glazed ceramic, water­color, pig­ment stick, char­coal on inkjet print
43.75 x 31 x 1 inches
111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view


Lee Maida
Odal­isque, 2015
Glazed ceramic
15 x 14.5 x 2.5 inches
4111.1 x 78.7 x 2.5 cm


Lee Maida
Spir­i­tual in Art, 2015
Glazed ceramic
23 x 14 x 14 inches
58.4 x 35.6 x 35.6 cm


Lee Maida
Feel­ings, 2015
Glazed ceramic
4 x 7 x 6 inches
10.2 x 17.8 x 15.2 cm



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view


Lee Maida
Katie Cruel, 2015
Glazed ceramic on grout
17.5 x 17.5 x 17.5 inches
44.5 x 44.5 x 44.5 cm


Lee Maida
Hav­ing spo­ken to my dis­ap­point­ment, 2015
Glazed ceram­ics, fab­ric, hard­ware
109 x 55 inches
276.9 x 139.7cm



Lit End
Instal­la­tion view

Art in America reviews The Memphis Group

Art in Amer­ica on The Mem­phis Group at Joe Shef­tel and Koenig & Clin­ton here (http://www NULL.arti­nameri­ca­m­agazine NULL.com/reviews/memphis-group/).

Judith Braun in Benefit Auction for Art F City

Judith Braun is pleased to be a part of Art F City’s 10th Anniver­sary Ben­e­fit Auc­tion, which runs on Paddle8 through April 13th. View the auc­tion here (http://paddle8 NULL.com/auction/artfcity).

The Sword Paintings


Andrew Gbur
The Sword Paint­ings, 2015
Instal­la­tion view


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
The Sword Paint­ings, 2015
Instal­la­tion view


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm


Andrew Gbur
Unti­tled (Sword Paint­ing), 2014
Gouache on can­vas
68 x 84 inches
173 x 213 cm

ECHO IMPLANT on Blouin ArtInfo

Donna Huanca’s ECHO IMPLANT is fea­tured as a “Must-See Gallery Show” on Blouin Art Info. Read the arti­cle here (http://www NULL.blouinart­info NULL.com/photo-galleries/5-must-see-gallery-shows-nancy-graves-steven-cox-and-more?image=22).

Matthew Watson in Art in America

  Sebas­t­ian Black dis­cusses the work of Matthew Wat­son in the Feb­ru­ary issue of Art in Amer­ica.

Lit End Front

Donna Huanca Echo Implant


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Per­for­mance Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
Sum­mer, 2015
Plas­ter, latex, paint on can­vas
24 x 18 x 1 3/4 inches
61 x 45.7 x 4.5 cm


Donna Huanca
BUKKET, 2015
Ceramic, fab­ric, wood, Plex­i­glas
54 x 18 x 18 inches
184 x 91.5 x 61 cm


Donna Huanca
Gala Tears, 2015
Cloth­ing in Plex­i­glas with metal frame
48 1/2 x 36 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches
123 x 92.7 x 4.4 cm


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Per­for­mance Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
Trimester, 2015
Knit panty­hose, latex, metal
61 x 19 x 13 inches
155 x 48.3 x 33 cm


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Per­for­mance Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
Mom, 2015
Paint and latex on reflec­tive mate­r­ial
47 x 39 x 2 inches
119.3 x 99 x 5 cm


Donna Huanca
Screiii, 2015
PLa­tex, vel­vet, nylon, metal
58 x 30 x 22 inches
147.3 x 76 x 56 cm


Donna Huanca
ECHO IMPLANT
Instal­la­tion View


Donna Huanca
PISCES SHOE, 2014
Ceramic, moss, leather, paint, wood
23 x 10 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches
58.5 x 23 x 23 cm


Donna Huanca
JT, 2015
Latex and vel­vet on nylon
52 x 44 x 2 3/4 inches
132 x 111.7 x 7 cm


Donna Huanca
KZ2009, 2015
Plas­ter and latex paint on can­vas
60 x 48 x 1 3/4 inches
152.5 x 122 x 4.5 cm


Donna Huanca
Cave­Woman, 2015
Makeup on wool
59 x 37 x 1 1/2 inches
150 x 94 x 4 cm


Donna Huanca
WET, 2015
Latex and vel­vet on linen
25 x 24 x 1.5 inches
63.5 x 61 x 4 cm


Donna Huanca
Crush Part 2, 2015
Cloth­ing, leather, sil­i­cone, Plex­i­glas, wood frame
70 x 51 x 2 inches
178 x 129.5 x 5 cm

The Memphis Group Reexamined on Blouin Art Info

Mag­gie Liu Clin­ton, Leo Koenig and Joe Shef­tel dis­cuss The Mem­phis Group in a video fea­ture on Blouin Art Info. Watch the video here (http://www NULL.blouinart­info NULL.com/news/story/1075549/the-memphis-group-re-examined).

Architectural Digest reviews The Memphis Group

(http://www NULL.archi­tec­turaldigest NULL.com/ad/art/2014/memphis-group-exhibition-article) Archi­tec­tural Digest on The Mem­phis Group at Joe Shef­tel and Koenig & Clin­ton here (http://www NULL.archi­tec­turaldigest NULL.com/ad/art/2014/memphis-group-exhibition-article).

The Memphis Group reviewed in The New York Times

  (http://www NULL.nytimes NULL.com/2014/12/26/arts/design/the-memphis-group NULL.html?_r=1) Ken John­son reviews The Mem­phis Group in the New York Times. Read the arti­cle here (http://www NULL.nytimes NULL.com/2014/12/26/arts/design/the-memphis-group NULL.html?_r=1).

Alex Da Corte


Good Doc­tor, 2013
Wrap­ping paper, zebra duct tape, enamel, spray paint, adhe­sive vinyl, mar­bleized Plex­i­glas, anodized metal frames
56 x 56 inches


Conor Kennedy, 2011
Plex­i­glas, enamel, vacuum-sealed rose, Sean Fitzgerald’s Pedi­gree, color Xerox, tape, anodized metal frames
56 x 56 inches


Ele­phant Bends, 2013
Plex­i­glas, spray paint, foam, spray adhe­sive, vinyl, adhe­sive mir­ror foil, plas­tic sheet­ing, duct tape, Amer­i­can Apparel leg­gings, Mitchell Kehe’s Unti­tled, from ZOOKEEPER wooden craft sticks, enamel, anodized metal frames
56 x 56 inches


Flats (Amer­i­can Dad), 2013
Plex­i­glas, foam, spray paint, Cana­dian Obama plas­tic tote bag, shoe gels, chopped ham, elec­tri­cal tape, plas­tic flies, wire, shat­tered Apple iPhone 4, pack­ag­ing tape, cop­per foil, plas­tic hat, fold­able water bot­tle, cara­biner, plas­tic sheet­ing, anodized metal frames
56 x 56 inches


Par­adise Lost, 2013
Plex­i­glas, foam, metal­lic con­tact paper, elec­tri­cal tape, POP mag­a­zine poster, glow-in-the-dark spi­der, sil­ver chain, spray paint, leop­ard key, adhe­sive vinyl, enamel, card­board sun screen, spray adhe­sive, plas­tic sheet­ing, anodized metal frames
56 × 56 inches

Memphis Front

The Memphis Group


The Mem­phis Group
Instal­la­tion View


Ettore Sottsass
Colo­nia, 1981
Mar­ble
60 x 40 x 30 inches
152.4 x 101.6 x 76.2 cm


Ettore Sottsass
Yam­agiwa #11, 1986
Lac­quered metal
13 1/4 x 13 1/4 x 73 inches
33.6 x 33.6 x 185.4 cm
First edi­tion


Ettore Sottsass
Cab­i­net No. 76, 2006
Ebonized pear wood, acrylic, birch burl, anodized red alu­minum
78 3/4 x 82 x 19 3/4 inches
200 x 208.2 x 50 cm
Edi­tion of 6


The Mem­phis Group
Instal­la­tion View


Shiro Kura­mata
Ritz Scrit­toio, 1980
Birch ply­wood, metal, wood
60 x 39 3/8 x 32 7/8 inches
152.4 x 100 x 84 cm


Ettore Sottsass
Yam­agiwa #17, 1986
Lac­quered metal
15 1/2 x 10 x 15 1/2 inches
39.3 x 25.4 x 39.3 cm


Ettore Sottsass
Pedestal Per­lione, 1987
Mar­ble
33 x 26 x 62 1/4 inches
88.75 x 66 x 158 cm
Edi­tion 10 of 30


The Mem­phis Group
Instal­la­tion View


Ettore Sottsass
Seg­gi­olina da Pranzo, 1979
Plas­tic lam­i­nate, metal
12 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 33 1/2 inches
31.75 x 46 x 8.1 cm


The Mem­phis Group
Instal­la­tion View


The Mem­phis Group
Instal­la­tion View


Ettore Sottsass
Astemelusa Vase, 1986
Hand blown glass
18 7/8 inches
48 cm
Pro­to­type


Ettore Sottsass
Pasi­filia Vase, 1986
Hand blown glass
16 1/8 inches (height)
41 cm

Passport for the Arts

Joe Shef­tel is proud to par­tic­i­pate in The New Yorker’s 2014 Pass­port for the Arts. A spe­cial stamp has been designed for the event by Judith Braun, who has also donated work to the Paddle8 silent auc­tion ben­e­fit­ing Cre­ative Time. More infor­ma­tion here (http://passport NULL.newyorkeron­thetown NULL.com/).

Joe Sheftel at Artissima

Joe Shef­tel Gallery Alex Da Corte Artis­sima, Present Future, Booth PF10 Novem­ber 7–9, 2014 Oval, Lin­gotto Fiere Via Gia­como Matte Trucco 70, Turin, Italy Details here (http://www NULL.artis­sima NULL.it/). Also on view in Turin: Matthew Wat­son in Shit and Die Curated by Mau­r­izio Cat­te­lan, Myr­iam Ben Salah and Marta Pap­ini as part of ONETORINO Pal­lazo […]

MSS front

Master Slave System


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


13.02.02, 2013
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


14.01.02 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


13.08.15, 2013
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


14.08.09, 2014
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


14.08.07 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


14.08.02, 2014
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


14.07.03 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


14.01.04 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


08.09.05 Stuttgart Gestern, 2008
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


13.12.01, 2013
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


13.11.05, 2013
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


12.06.03, 2012
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


14.01.03 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


09.12.09, 2009
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


14.08.01, 2014
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


13.10.01 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2013
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


13.05.03 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2013
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


14.07.01 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


14.04.02, 2014
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


08.09.01, 2008
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


13.08.06, 2013
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


12.06.04, 2012
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


14.07.02 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2014
Oil on can­vas
97 x 69 cm, 38 x 27 inches


14.04.01, 2014
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow)
Instal­la­tion view


13.08.11, 2013
Oil on can­vas
35 x 25 cm, 14 x 10 inches


08.07.09 Palet­ten­bild, 2008
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


08.07.08 Palet­ten­bild, 2008
Oil on can­vas
42 x 30 cm, 16.5 x 12 inches


13.10.03 Mas­ter Slave Sys­tem (after­glow), 2013
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches


09.08.06, 2009
Oil on can­vas
42 x 42 cm, 16.5 x 16.5 inches

Alex Da Corte at Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia

East­ern­sports Alex Da Corte and Jayson Mus­son On view Sep­tem­ber 19 — Decem­ber 28, 2014 Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Art, at the Uni­ver­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia Philadel­phia, PA More infor­ma­tion here (http://icaphila NULL.org/exhibitions/6019/alex-da-corte-and-jayson-musson-easternsports).

Vertigo


Ver­tigo, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


Tracy Molis
X. Alto, 2014
Acrylic on glass
18 x 23 inches, 45.7 x 58.4 cm


Craig Kalpakjian
Unti­tled, 2014
Pen­cil and inkjet on paper
24 x 36 inches, 60.9 x 91.4 cm


Tracy Molis
Z Col­umn, 2012
Acrylic on can­vas
36 x 46 inches, 91.4 x 116.8 cm


Tracy Molis
Stone Throw, 2012
Acrylic on silk
40 x 53.5 inches, 101.6 x 135.9 cm


Ver­tigo, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


Craig Kalpakjian
Unti­tled, 2014
Inkjet on paper
88 x 88 inches, 223.5 x 223.5 cm


Craig Kalpakjian
Unti­tled, 2014
Pen­cil and inkjet on paper
18 x 23 inches, 60.9 x 91.4 cm


John Trem­blay
Table Sculp­tures, 2014
Enamel on wood with spray paint and silkscreen
5.75 x 17.5 x 10.75 inches, 14.6 x 44.5 x 27.3 cm


Ver­tigo, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


Tracy Molis
Masked Sphinx II, 2014
Acrylic on can­vas
36 x 46 inches, 91.4 x 116.8 cm


Tracy Molis
Masked Sphinx, 2014
Acrylic on can­vas
36 x 46 inches, 91.4 x 116.8 cm


Tracy Molis
Mul­ti­verse II, 2014
Acrylic on can­vas
36 x 46 inches, 91.4 x 116.8 cm


Ver­tigo, Instal­la­tion view, 2014

VERTIGO front

Hyperallergic: Pat de Groot’s 11 Paintings at Joe Sheftel Gallery

(http://hyperallergic NULL.com/137101/a-slice-of-pie-a-painting-of-the-sea/) Thomas Mic­chelli vis­its 11 Paint­ings, Pat de Groot’s recent solo show at Joe Shef­tel. Read the arti­cle here (http://hyperallergic NULL.com/137101/a-slice-of-pie-a-painting-of-the-sea/).

FRONT PAGE– Pat de Groot

Pat de Groot


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


bright windy sea, 1999
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


beach to water to sky, 2001
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


bliz­zard, 2005
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


sparkling sea with clouds, 2000
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


dark­en­ing day, 2001
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


spring green, 2001
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


mak­ing wind, 2002
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


clouds and blue sky, 1999
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


sand to water to sky, 2002
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


soft hori­zon, 2002
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


sunny day, 2002
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches


11Paintings, Instal­la­tion view, 2014


snow ledge, 2003
Oil paint on panel
12 x 11 inches

Alex Da Corte at White Cube

White Rain Alex Da Corte On view June 3 — July 6, 2014 North Gal­leries, Inside the White Cube Lon­don, UK More infor­ma­tion here (http://whitecube NULL.com/exhibitions/alex_da_corte_inside_the_white_cube_2014/).

ALEX DA CORTE AT CARL KOSTYÁL

A Night in Hell Alex Da Corte On view May 22 — June 22, 2014 Carl Kostyal in Stock­holm, Swe­den More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.kostyal NULL.com/exhibitions/a-night-in-hell/).

Joe Sheftel at nada new york

Joe Shef­tel Gallery Judith Braun, Alex Da Corte, Adam Henry, James Miller, and Joe Zor­rilla NADA New York, Booth 305 May 9 — 11, 2014 Bas­ket­ball City 299 South Street, New York, NY Details here (http://www NULL.newart­deal­ers NULL.org).

Alien Beatnik Siren– Front Page with Installation View

Adam Henry ALIEN BEATNIK SIREN


Alien Beat­nik Siren, Instal­la­tion View


LEM, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Act/or-Acting, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Alien Beat­nik Siren, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Bap­tistina, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Mar­gin Walker, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Funes, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


4 Letter-Alphabet, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Sun’s Son, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Zero Cross­ing, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Chro­matic Fringe, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Light Forces Trapped in a Skin, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


A Com­plete Com­pres­sion, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Copy, Dou­ble, Twin, Spawn, Repli­cant, Off­spring, Stand-In, Dop­pel­ganger, Mir­ror, Clone, Match, Repeat, Ditto, Dupli­cate, Repro­duc­tion, Sis­ter, Echo, Fac­sim­ile, Body Dou­ble, Car­bon Copy, Mul­ti­ple, Mimeo, Par­al­lel, Ectype, Sub­sti­tute, Mate, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches


Bent Pyra­mid, 2014
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 x 51 inches

Judith Braun in CHOICES: Works on Paper at Galerie Conrads

(http://www NULL.galeriecon­rads NULL.de/home/exhibitions/current/) Judith Braun’s draw­ingsm includ­ing BKS-30–1 are show­ing as part of Galerie Con­rads’ exhi­bi­tion CHOICES: Works on Paper in Düs­sel­dorf along with works by Monika Brand­meier, Blaise Drum­mond, Mounir Fatmi, Joanne Green­baum, Katha­rina Grosse, Jana Gun­stheimer, Mar­cia Hafif, Ulrike Hyden­re­ich, Ger­hard Richter, Her­man de Vries, Brigitte Wal­dach, and Sascha Wei­d­ner. On view through […]

Gil Blank


Gil Blank
Instal­la­tion View


Gil Blank
Unti­tled, 2012
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Detail: Unti­tled, 2012
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Instal­la­tion View


Gil Blank
Unti­tled, 2009
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Detail: Unti­tled, 2009
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Instal­la­tion View


Gil Blank
Unti­tled, 2013
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Detail: Unti­tled, 2013
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Unti­tled, 2010
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Detail: Unti­tled, 2010
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Instal­la­tion View


Gil Blank
Unti­tled, 2011
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches


Gil Blank
Detail: Unti­tled, 2011
Pig­ment ink jet print on poly­ester film
115 x 60 inches

Artforum Review: Gary Kuehn’s Postures at Joe Sheftel Gallery

Julian Rose reviews Pos­tures, Gary Kuehn’s recent solo show at Joe Shef­tel. Read the review here.

Alex Da Corte at Higher Pictures

(http://www NULL.high­er­pic­tures NULL.com) See new work by Alex Da Corte in The New Beauty of Our Mod­ern Life, curated by Kate Ste­ciw. Open­ing tonight at Higher Pic­tures (http://www NULL.high­er­pic­tures NULL.com). 980 Madi­son Avenue. 6–8PM. On view through March 1. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.high­er­pic­tures NULL.com/exhibitions/TNBOOML/hp_the%20new%20beauty%20of%20our%20modern%20life_press%20release NULL.pdf)

MATTHEW WATSON: BAD CONSCIENCE AT METRO PICTURES

(http://www NULL.metrop­ic­tures­gallery NULL.com/exhibitions/2014–01-16_bad-conscience/) Work by Matthew Wat­son to be shown in Bad Con­science at Metro Pic­tures, New York. Orga­nized by John Miller. Jan­u­ary 16 to Feb­ru­ary 22. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.metrop­ic­tures­gallery NULL.com/exhibitions/2014–01-16_bad-conscience/)

ALEX DA CORTE AT AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY

(http://americancontemporary NULL.biz/exhibitions/the-cardboard-lover/) See new work by Alex Da Corte, includ­ing April Fools, in Amer­i­can Contemporary’s The Card­board Lover, on view Jan­u­ary 16 to Feb­ru­ary 16. Infor­ma­tion here (http://americancontemporary NULL.biz/exhibitions/the-cardboard-lover/)

Without Volition Under Language


With­out Voli­tion Under Lan­guage
Instal­la­tion View


Joe Zor­rilla
Head with knots, 2014
Oak and graphite
9 inches diam­e­ter


Lee Maida
Fan­tasy Rejec­tion, 2013
Glazed ceram­ics, fab­ric, hard­ware
48 x 60 inches


Joe Zor­rilla
Wake (the wish and the deed), 2013
Bed­sheet and clay
83 x 94 x 2.5 inches


With­out Voli­tion Under Lan­guage
Instal­la­tion View


With­out Voli­tion Under Lan­guage
Instal­la­tion View


Lee Maida
La pro­ce­sión va por den­tro, 2013
Glazed ceramic
7 x 8.5 x 9.5 inches


Lee Maida
Strong Arm Selec­tive Uncon­scious, 2013
Glazed ceram­ics, metal, wood, grout
37 x 37 x 30.5 inches


Lee Maida
Advanced Pueril­ity, 2013
Water­color and char­coal on newsprint
27 x 21 inches (framed)


Wal­lace Berman
Sem­ina #6, 1960
Vin­tage paper and pho­to­graph
8.5 x 6 inches


With­out Voli­tion Under Lan­guage
Instal­la­tion View


With­out Voli­tion Under Lan­guage
Instal­la­tion View


Joe Zor­rilla
Ter­ri­to­rios del Flor (Cuet­za­lan), 2013
Ink, flower pig­ment, mixed media on paper
104.5 x 11.75 inches (framed)


Lee Maida
Por­trait Aggre­gate, 2013
Water­color and sumi ink
12.2 x 15.25 inches (framed)


Joe Zor­rilla
Neigh­bor, 2014
Colan­der, col­lected road salt
24 x 11 x 7 inches
Photo by Chuck George

Vanishing Virtuosity: Hyperallergic on Judith Braun

(http://hyperallergic NULL.com/94712/vanishing-virtuosity-seven-artists-seven-drawings/) Hyper­al­ler­gic reviews Migra­tory Marks, group show fea­tur­ing Judith Braun at the Visual Arts Cen­ter of New Jer­sey. Read the review here (http://hyperallergic NULL.com/94712/vanishing-virtuosity-seven-artists-seven-drawings/)

Cindy Hinant in Deadpan (The Art of the Expressionless)

Cindy Hinant’s videos “Self­ish” and “Grids Gone Wild: Tight Blonde Flashes Her Tight Body” on view in Dead­pan (The Art of the Expres­sion­less), curated by Ryan Stand­fest, Whit­del Arts Gallery, Con­tem­po­rary Arts Insti­tute of Detroit, Novem­ber 1 – Decem­ber 7. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.whit­de­larts NULL.com/deadpan/).

Gil Blank

Postures


Saw Horse Piece, 1967
Fiber­glass, wood
24.5 x 26 x 120 inches
62.2 x 66 x 304.8 cm


Plank Piece, 1967
Fiber­glass, wood
96 x 20.5 x 18.5 inches
243.8 x 52.1 x 47 cm


Pos­tures
Instal­la­tion View


Unti­tled, 1966
Graphite and enamel on paper
8.5 x 11 inches
21.6 x 27.9 cm


Unti­tled, 1967
Graphite on paper
22 x 30 inches
55.9 x 76.2 cm


Pos­tures
Instal­la­tion View


Unti­tled Draw­ing, 1964
Pen­cil and enamel on paper
11 x 14 inches
27.9 x 35.6 cm


Unti­tled, 1969
Steel, fiber­glass
14 x 58 x 34 inches
35.6 x 147.3 x 86.4 cm


Pos­tures
Instal­la­tion View


Pos­tures
Instal­la­tion View

HUSH BB: NEW LE1F VIDEO DIRECTED BY ALEX DA CORTE

(https://www NULL.youtube NULL.com/watch?v=7VujqZAmYkM) New Le1f music video com­posed by Boody and directed by Alex Da Corte has dropped. Watch it here (https://www NULL.youtube NULL.com/watch?v=7VujqZAmYkM)

Judith Braun in Migratory Marks

(http://www NULL.art­cen­ternj NULL.org/migratorymarks NULL.aspx) Work by Judith Braun on view in Migra­tory Marks, Visual Arts Cen­ter of New Jer­sey, Sum­mit, New Jer­sey. Sep­tem­ber 20 to Novem­ber 24, 2013. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.art­cen­ternj NULL.org/migratorymarks NULL.aspx)

CINDY HINANT AT ABRONS ARTS CENTER

(http://www NULL.abron­sarts­cen­ter NULL.org/galleries/hymns-for-mr-suzuki NULL.html) Work by Cindy Hinant to be shown in Hymns for Mr. Suzuki, Abrons Arts Cen­ter, New York, New York. Sep­tem­ber 6 to Octo­ber 6, 2013. Open­ing recep­tion Sep­tem­ber 6, 6-8PM. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.abron­sarts­cen­ter NULL.org/galleries/hymns-for-mr-suzuki NULL.html)

1 O O O I S L A N D


1 O O O I S L A N D, Instal­la­tion view


1 O O O I S L A N D, Instal­la­tion view


Detail: Extruded Cube (with Closet Pro­tru­sion and Peanut But­ter), 2013
Plex­i­glas, spray paint, mir­ror adhe­sive vinyl foam, hard­ware, ArtKraft paper with plas­tic sleeve


Detail: Extruded Cube (with Closet Pro­tru­sion and Peanut But­ter), 2013
Plex­i­glas, spray paint, mir­ror adhe­sive vinyl foam, hard­ware, ArtKraft paper with plas­tic sleeve, white Adi­das Super­star 2.0


Detail: Extruded Cube (with Closet Pro­tru­sion and Peanut But­ter), 2013
Plex­i­glas, spray paint, mir­ror adhe­sive vinyl foam, hard­ware, ArtKraft paper with plas­tic sleeve, hang­ers, plas­tic han­dles


Cel Block with Arab Straps (for Slim), 2013
Mar­be­lized Plex­i­glas, glit­ter, spray paint, spray adhe­sive, mir­ror adhe­sive vinyl, plas­tic han­dles, Lori Grenier’s Fill-A Bowls, sham­poo, con­di­tioner, bas­ket­ball, rub­ber car­rots, glit­ter, Wal­mart Desert Oasis tee shirt, rhine­stones, rub­ber bread, acrylic pegs, 50 Cent lighter, cig­a­rette, eye­shadow, Gar­nier Fruc­tis dis­penser, baby sham­poo dis­penser, Gatorade lid, Hershey’s Kiss choco­late scented can­dle, arti­fi­cial flow­ers, pig­mented rub­ber, LED mime gloves, Eliz­a­beth Peyton’s Em [(ink on paper) cour­tesy of Brooke Gar­ber Nei­dich), foil, con­tact paper anodized metal frames, 3M adhe­sive vinyl, foam, wood, elec­tri­cal tape, hard­ware
44 x 75 x 70 inches (111.76 x 190.5 x 177.8 cm)


Detail: Cel Block with Arab Straps (for Slim), 2013
Mar­be­lized Plex­i­glas, glit­ter, spray paint, spray adhe­sive, 50 Cent lighter, Hershey’s Kiss choco­late scented can­dle, Eliz­a­beth Peyton’s Em [(ink on paper) cour­tesy of Brooke Gar­ber Nei­dich], foil, con­tact paper anodized metal frames, 3M adhe­sive vinyl, foam, wood, elec­tri­cal tape, hard­ware


Ded­i­ca­tion Mon­u­ment (for Kim), after Gen­tileschi, 2013
Vin­tage horse mas­cot head, arti­fi­cial flow­ers, pig­mented rub­ber, florists foam, wire
30 x 40 x 39 inches (76.2 x 101.6 x 99.06 cm)


Mirage, 2013
Mir­rored Plex­i­glas, Glid­den Duo semi gloss paint: Vibrant Day Lily, Laven­der
184 x 635 inches (467.36 x 1612.9 cm)


Mirage, 2013
Mir­rored Plex­i­glas, Glid­den Duo semi gloss paint: Vibrant Day Lily, Laven­der
184 x 635 inches (467.36 x 1612.9 cm)


The Fog, 2013
Plex­i­glas, fog machines, PVC tube, alu­minum
North
102 x 42 x 108 inches
(259.1 x 106.7 x 274.3 cm)
267.75 feet3
South
102 x 42 x 102 inches
(259.1 x 106.7 x 259.1 cm)
252.88 feet3
Edi­tion 5 plus 2AP
Dims. var.

Alex Da Corte in Camp Paradox Days at Rosenwald-Wolf

(http://www NULL.uarts NULL.edu/events/2013/08/camp-paradox-days) Work by Alex Da Corte to be shown in Camp Para­dox Days, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Uni­ver­sity of the Arts, Philadel­phia, Penn­syl­va­nia. August 25 to Octo­ber 8, 2013. Open­ing recep­tion Sep­tem­ber 19, 5-8PM. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.uarts NULL.edu/events/2013/08/camp-paradox-days)

Cindy Hinant in Optic Nerve 15 at MOCA North Miami

(http://mocanomi NULL.org/2013/08/optic-nerve/) Cindy Hinant’s SELFISH is included in Optic Nerve 15, the annual video fes­ti­val at the Museum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, North Miami. August 23. Info here (http://mocanomi NULL.org/2013/08/optic-nerve/).

Alex Da Corte: 500 Words

(http://artforum NULL.com/words/id=42098) Alex Da Corte on Fun Sponge at ICA Port­land, Maine in Art­fo­rum’s 500 Words. As told to Annie God­frey Lar­mon. Link here (http://artforum NULL.com/words/#entry42098l).

Alex Da Corte: Fun Sponge on Art Blog Art Blog

(http://joshuaabelow NULL.blogspot NULL.com/2013/07/alex-da-corte-fun-sponge-institute-of NULL.html) FUN SPONGE On view through August 4, 2013 ICA Port­land, Maine Images here (http://joshuaabelow NULL.blogspot NULL.com/2013/07/alex-da-corte-fun-sponge-institute-of NULL.html).

AS IS WET HOAGIE AT OKO

(http://okooko NULL.org/exhibitions/wet-hoagie) As Is Wet Hoagie Alex Da Corte and Borna Sam­mak On view July 13 — Sep­tem­ber 12, 2013, Finis­sage Sep­tem­ber 12, 2013. oko, New York, NY Infor­ma­tion here (http://okooko NULL.org/exhibitions/wet-hoagie).

Alex Da Corte at Rod Barton, London

(http://www NULL.rod­bar­ton NULL.com/rope-burn-painting-behind-the-velveteen-curtain NULL.php) ROPE BURN: Paint­ing Behind the Vel­veteen Cur­tain Maiken Bent, Alfred Boman, Alex Da Corte, Parker Ito, Roman Liška On view July 12 — August 17, 2013. Rod Bar­ton, Lon­don Details here (http://www NULL.rod­bar­ton NULL.com/rope-burn-painting-behind-the-velveteen-curtain NULL.php).

Body Without Organs

(http://www NULL.fjord­space NULL.com/index NULL.php?/future/body-without-organs/) Body With­out Organs Alex Da Corte and Sean Robert FitzGer­ald at Fjord, Philadel­phia. On view July 5 to July 28, 2013. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.fjord­space NULL.com/index NULL.php?/future/body-without-organs/).

Alex Da Corte: Fun Sponge at ICA Portland, Maine

(http://www NULL.meca NULL.edu/ica) Alex Da Corte: Fun Sponge, Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Port­land, Maine. June 15 to August 4, 2013. Open­ing recep­tion June 15, 6-8PM. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.meca NULL.edu/ica).

Flat Bed


Flat Bed, Instal­la­tion view


Marie Lund
Click­ety Click, 2012
Alu­minum suit­case and carved wooden fig­ure
17 x 17½ x 20 inches (43.2 x 44.5 x 55.9 cm)


Marie Lund
Click­ety Click, 2012
Alu­minum suit­case and carved wooden fig­ure
17 x 17½ x 20 inches (43.2 x 44.5 x 55.9 cm)


Marie Lund
Deep Dip, 2013
Silk, oil, pig­ment, alu­minum frame
16⅛ x 12⅕ inches (41 x 31 cm)


Rolf Nowotny
Pinoc­chio Leaves (beech), 2013
Treated cop­per and wall plug
17½ inches (44.5 cm)


Rolf Nowotny
Pinoc­chio Leaves (ash), 2013
Treated cop­per and wall plug
11⅛ inches (28.3 cm)


Flat Bed, Instal­la­tion view
Rolf Nowotny


Rolf Nowotny
Ter­raform (Keemun), 2013
Black clay and tea
11¾ x 13 x 6 inches (29.8 x 33 x 15.2 cm)


Rolf Nowotny
Ter­raform (Earl Grey), 2013
Red clay and tea
12½ x 13 x 6 inches (31.8 x 22 x 15.2 cm)


Rolf Nowotny
Ter­raform (Oolong), 2013
White clay and tea
112½ x 12½ x 7 inches (31.8 x 31.8 x 17.8 cm)


Ben­jamin Hirte
unti­tled (wig), 2013
Screen­print on burlap
59⅛ x 47¼ inches (150 x 120 cm)


Marie Lund
Atti­tude, 2013
Con­crete
112½ x 12½ x 7 inches (31.8 x 31.8 x 17.8 cm)


Flat Bed, Instal­la­tion view
Marie Lund


Ben­jamin Hirte
Game­breaker, 2013
Cut bowl­ing ball
8 inches (20.3 cm) (diam­e­ter)


Ben­jamin Hirte
Game­breaker, 2013
Cut bowl­ing ball
8 inches (20.3 cm) (diam­e­ter)


Ben­jamin Hirte
Mis­fit, 2013
Cut bowl­ing ball
8 inches (20.3 cm) (diam­e­ter)

1 O O O I S L A N D (Front)

Cindy Hinant at Gavlak Gallery

(http://www NULL.gavlak­gallery NULL.com/exhibitions/2013–05-25_all-fing-summer/) Cindy Hinant is included in All Fuck­ing Sum­mer, a group exhi­bi­tion at Gavlak Gallery. May 25 through August 1. Full artist list here (http://www NULL.gavlak­gallery NULL.com/exhibitions/2013–05-25_all-fing-summer/).

Alex Da Corte at NADA New York

(http://www NULL.newart­deal­ers NULL.org/Fairs/2013/NewYork) Joe Shef­tel Gallery Alex Da Corte NADA New York | Booth 506 May 10–12, 2013 Bas­ket­ball City 299 South Street, New York, NY Details here (http://www NULL.newart­deal­ers NULL.org/Fairs/2013/NewYork).

Alex Da Corte at Artspeak

(http://www NULL.art­s­peak NULL.ca/exhibitions/event_detail NULL.html?event_id=320) (http://www NULL.art­s­peak NULL.ca/exhibitions/event_detail NULL.html?event_id=320) Alex Da Corte opens Bacon Brest, a solo show at Art­s­peak, Van­cou­ver on May 3. Runs May 4 through June 8; Artist Talk on May 4, 2PM. Details here (http://www NULL.art­s­peak NULL.ca/exhibitions/event_detail NULL.html?event_id=320).

Paint Hotel


Paint Hotel, Instal­la­tion view


Lewis Baltz
Park City #35, 1980
Gelatin sil­ver print
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)


Lewis Baltz
Park City #41, 1980
Gelatin sil­ver print
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)


Lewis Baltz
Park City #61, 1980
Gelatin sil­ver print
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)


Lewis Baltz
Park City #88, 1980
Gelatin sil­ver print
8 x 10 inches (20.3 x 25.4 cm)


Nicolás Guagnini
Work #16, 2013
Oil on can­vas
35 x 59 inches (88.9 x 149.9 cm)


Paint Hotel, Instal­la­tion view


Carter Mull
Pan­ther, 2012
Ink, gouache, pas­tel, and pasted paper on paper
63 x 46 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches (160 x 118.7 x 3.8 cm)


Carter Mull
Pan­ther, 2012 (detail)
Ink, gouache, pas­tel, and pasted paper on paper
63 x 46 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches (160 x 118.7 x 3.8 cm)


Ross Bleck­ner
Unti­tled, 1991
Oil on can­vas
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)


Ross Bleck­ner
Unti­tled, 1991
Oil on can­vas
18 x 14 inches (45.7 x 35.6 cm)


Sher­rie Levine
Black Mir­ror, 2004
Mir­rored glass and mahogany frame
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x 40.6 cm)


Paint Hotel, Instal­la­tion view


Daniel Buren
Paint On/Under Plex­i­glas on Serig­ra­phy, Right Cor­ner Up Out, No. 1 Black, Sit­u­ated Work, 2013
Acrylic paint on Plex­i­glas over striped cot­ton can­vas
98 1/2 x 82 3/4 x 1/4 inches (250.2 x 82 3/4 x .6 cm)


Alex Da Corte
Junior M.A.F.I.A., 2013
Enamel paint, mir­ror, clear film, Plex­i­glas, adhe­sive vinyl, Junior Baldwin’s sweat­shirt sleeve, anodized metal frames
56 x 56 inches (142.2 x 142.2 cm)


Paint Hotel, Instal­la­tion view


Viola Yeşil­taç
Wenn das Sujet sich unwohl fuehlt, 2013
Ink on reverse of yel­low vinyl
55 x 72 inches (139.7 x 182.9 cm)

Paint Hotel (Front)

Judith Braun at the Indianapolis Museum of Art

(http://www NULL.ima­mu­seum NULL.org/exhibition/graphite) Judith Braun is included in Graphite at the Indi­anapo­lis Museum of Art. Open through June 2. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.ima­mu­seum NULL.org/exhibition/graphite). Cat­a­logue avail­able here (https://itunes NULL.apple NULL.com/us/book/graphite/id630625834?ls=1).

Judith Braun on ArtLyst

(http://www NULL.artlyst NULL.com/articles/judith-braun-an-act-of-investigation-through-drawing) Judith Braun: May I Draw fea­tured on ArtLyst. Link here (http://www NULL.artlyst NULL.com/articles/judith-braun-an-act-of-investigation-through-drawing).

Judith Braun in Hyperallergic

(http://hyperallergic NULL.com/68985/lines-of-spontaneous-jagged-contours/) Judith Braun: May I Draw reviewed on Hyper­al­ler­gic. Link here (http://hyperallergic NULL.com/68985/lines-of-spontaneous-jagged-contours/).

Alex Da Corte in Whitewall

(http://whitewallmag NULL.com/all/art/moving-image-alex-da-cortes-true-life)

Judith Braun in the New York Times

(http://www NULL.nytimes NULL.com/2013/04/05/arts/design/judith-braun-may-i-draw NULL.html?ref=arts&_r=0) Judith Braun: May I Draw reviewed by Roberta Smith in the New York Times. Link here (http://www NULL.nytimes NULL.com/2013/04/05/arts/design/judith-braun-may-i-draw NULL.html?ref=arts&_r=0/).

Moving the Still: A GIF Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

(http://www NULL.bam NULL.org/visualart/2013/a-gif-festival) Alex Da Corte’s GIFs will be screened out­doors at the Brook­lyn Acad­emy of Music from April 1 to June 30 in Mov­ing the Still, orga­nized by Johnny Mish­eff. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.bam NULL.org/visualart/2013/a-gif-festival).

ALEX DA CORTE AT 247365

(http://twentyfourseventhreesixtyfive NULL.biz/)

ALEX DA CORTE AT THE KATZEN ARTS CENTER, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

Alex Da Corte is show­ing in Nudashank’s Sat­u­ra­tion Point at the Katzen Arts Cen­ter, Amer­i­can Uni­ver­sity. Details here (http://nudashank NULL.blogspot NULL.com/2013/04/saturation-point-opens-aus-museum-at NULL.html) and here (http://www NULL.amer­i­can NULL.edu/cas/katzen/calendar/?id=4531309). April 6 to May 26, 2013.

Alex Da Corte: Harlem Postcards 2013 at the Studio Museum

(http://www NULL.stu­diomu­seum NULL.org/exhibition/harlem-postcards-spring-2013-bralex-da-corte-ugo-rondinone-jumoke-sanwo-letha-wilson) Alex Da Corte joins Ugo Rondi­none, Jumoke Sanwo and Letha Wil­son in this season’s Harlem Post­cards at the Stu­dio Museum. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.stu­diomu­seum NULL.org/exhibition/harlem-postcards-spring-2013-bralex-da-corte-ugo-rondinone-jumoke-sanwo-letha-wilson).

PANEL DISCUSSION WITH CINDY HINANT

(http://cindyhinant NULL.com/home NULL.html)

Judith Front

Judith Braun: May I Draw


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure OMI-25–3, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
25 x 25 inches (63.5 x 63.5 cm)


Judith Braun: May I Draw
Instal­la­tion View, North Wall


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure S-6–6, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure S-6–2, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure S-6–1, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
6 x 6 inches (15.2 x 15.2 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure GCN-19–4, 2007
Graphite on paper
19 x 19 inches (48.3 x 48.3 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure COL-19–1, 2008
Graphite on Duralar
19 x 19 inches (48.3 x 48.3 cm)


Judith Braun: May I Draw
Instal­la­tion View, North­east Cor­ner


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–10, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–8, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–12, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–9, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–7, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–11, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–6, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure CC-10–6, 2010
Graphite on Duralar
10.5 x 10.5 inches (26.7 x 26.7 cm)


Judith Braun
Fin­ger Pan­els 1–4, 2013
Char­coal applied with fin­gers on paper
Each approx. 96–108 x 24 inches
(243.8–274.3 x 61 cm)
and
F-R-1–4, F-R-1–5, and F-R-1–6, 2013
Char­coal applied with fin­gers on paper
Each 21 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (54.6 x 31.8 cm)


Judith Braun: May I Draw
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKI-13–1, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
13 x 13 inches (33 x 33 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure TTC-16–3, 2008
Graphite on paper
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKS-16–2, 2008
Graphite on Duralar
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure SH-9–13, 2009
Graphite on paper
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure TTC-9–8, 2008
Graphite on paper
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure TTC-16–6, 2008
Graphite on paper
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKS-16–4, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKS-16–3, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKS-9–1, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure TTC-16–7, 2008
Graphite on paper
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure TTC-16–5, 2008
Graphite on paper
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure BKS-16–5, 2009
Graphite on Duralar
16 x 16 inches (40.6 x 40.6 cm)


Judith Braun
Sym­met­ri­cal Pro­ce­dure SH-9–2, 2009
Graphite on paper
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)

CAR WHORE: NEW WORK BY ALEX DA CORTE

(http://wake NULL.x10 NULL.mx/) Wake Gallery presents Car Whore, a solo show of new work by Alex Da Corte. Open­ing Feb­ru­ary 22 in Red­ford, MI. More infor­ma­tion here (http://wake NULL.x10 NULL.mx/).

ALEX DA CORTE AT NUDASHANK

(http://www NULL.nudashank NULL.com/current NULL.html) Dead Zone, trans­lated by Alex Da Corte, opens at Nudashank, Bal­ti­more on Feb­ru­ary 17. Click here for details (http://www NULL.nudashank NULL.com/current NULL.html).

CINDY HINANT AT TERMINAL PROJECTS

(http://terminalprojects NULL.com/index NULL.php?/projects/my-funny-valentine/) Cindy Hinant will par­tic­i­pate in

Matthew Watson in Art in America

(http://www NULL.arti­nameri­ca­m­agazine NULL.com/news-opinion/news/2013–02–04/matthew-watson-joe-sheftel/) Read Art in Amer­ica’s review of Matthew Watson’s paint­ing show Commission|Barter|For Sale online here (http://www NULL.arti­nameri­ca­m­agazine NULL.com/news-opinion/news/2013–02–04/matthew-watson-joe-sheftel/).

Cindy Hinant in Art in America

Read Aimee Walleston’s review of Cindy Hinant: Aes­thetic Rela­tions in the Feb­ru­ary 2013 issue of Art in Amer­ica. PDF here.

Alex Da Corte: Show and Tell with Haim Steinbach and the Artist’s Institute

(http://www NULL.theartistsin­sti­tute NULL.org/MEDIA/PDF/ShowTell NULL.pdf) As part of the Artist’s Institute’s (http://www NULL.theartistsin­sti­tute NULL.org/main NULL.html?id=1) final ses­sion with Haim Stein­bach, Alex Da Corte will present an object in a day-long Show and Tell. 4:49PM, Sun­day, Jan­u­ary 27, 2013 at The Artist’s Insti­tute, 163 Eldridge Street, NY. More infor­ma­tion and a full list of par­tic­i­pat­ing artists here […]

Alex Da Corte at Zach Feuer

(http://www NULL.zach­feuer NULL.com/exhibitions/this-is-this/) Alex Da Corte is fea­tured in This is THIS at Zach Feuer, on view from Jan­u­ary 17 to Feb­ru­ary 16, 2013. Orga­nized by Isaac Brest. Infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.zach­feuer NULL.com/exhibitions/this-is-this/).

Alex Da Corte at the deCordova Museum

(http://www NULL.decor­dova NULL.org/art/exhibition/paint-things-beyond-stretcher) Alex Da Corte will par­tic­i­pate in PAINT THINGS: beyond the stretcher, an exhi­bi­tion curated by Dina Deitsch and Evan Garza at the deCor­dova Museum (http://www NULL.decor­dova NULL.org/art/exhibition/paint-things-beyond-stretcher). Open Jan­u­ary 27 to April 21, 2013.

MATTHEW WATSON


Matthew Wat­son
Com­mis­sion | Barter | For Sale
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall


Matthew Wat­son
J.S. and A.D.C., 2013
Oil on linen
29 x 29 inches


Matthew Wat­son
N.G. and J.K, 2012
Oil on cop­per
14 x 14 inches


Matthew Wat­son
B.R.D., A.H., J.C. and A.C., 2013
Oil on linen
28 x 20 inches


Matthew Wat­son
Com­mis­sion | Barter | For Sale
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall


Matthew Wat­son
K.W., 2012
Oil on linen
20 x 16 inches


Matthew Wat­son
J.M., 2012
Oil on cop­per
12 x 9 inches


Matthew Wat­son
C.H. and D.G., 2013
Oil on cop­per
28 x 26 inches


Matthew Wat­son
Com­mis­sion | Barter | For Sale
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall

MATTHEW FRONT

OPENING JAN 13 MATTHEW WATSON

ARTFORUM CRITICS’ PICK: DEEP SPACE (INSIDES)

(http://artforum NULL.com/archive/id=37837) Read Frank Expósito on Deep Space (insides), curated by Karen Archey, in Art­fo­rum’s Crit­ics’ Picks (http://artforum NULL.com/archive/id=37837).

ALEX DA CORTE IN MATTERDADDY

(http://www NULL.angstrom­gallery NULL.com/JSPWiki/Wiki NULL.jsp) Work by Alex Da Corte is on view in Mat­ter­daddy, a group show orga­nized by Israel Lund and John Roe­bas at Angstrom Gallery, Dal­las (http://www NULL.angstrom­gallery NULL.com/JSPWiki/Wiki NULL.jsp).

ALEX DA CORTE AT MOTHER’S TANKSTATION

(http://www NULL.moth­er­stanksta­tion NULL.com/pages-exhibitions-2012/1112adc01 NULL.htm) A SEASON IN HE’LL, a solo exhi­bi­tion of Alex Da Corte’s video work, opens at mother’s tanksta­tion in Dublin on Novem­ber 21. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.moth­er­stanksta­tion NULL.com/pages-exhibitions-2012/1112adc01 NULL.htm).

ALEX DA CORTE AT NUDASHANK

(http://www NULL.nudashank NULL.com/current NULL.html) Nudashank and Gresham’s Ghost present Gran Prix, (http://www NULL.nudashank NULL.com/current NULL.html) a group exhi­bi­tion of 28 artists from Bal­ti­more and New York. Alex Da Corte is fea­tured. Opens in Bal­ti­more on Novem­ber 16. More infor­ma­tion here (http://www NULL.nudashank NULL.com/current NULL.html) and here. (http://www NULL.gre­shams­ghost NULL.com/press_release NULL.php?exid=11)

Deep Space (insides)

Harm van den Dor­pel,
Ethe­real Oth­ers, 2009
Web­site
www.etherealothers.com


Deep Space (insides)
Instal­la­tion View, North Wall

Josh Kline, Share the Health
(Assorted Pro­bi­otic Hand Gels)
, 2012
Three dis­pensers con­tain­ing live cul­tures in nutri­ent gel
Each 6¼ x 4½ x 4 inches

Calla Henkel and Max Pite­goff,
Unti­tled (Com­puter 6), 2012
Dig­i­tal c-print in artist’s frame
16 × 19 inches

Rochelle Gold­berg, Access, 2012
Wood, wood stain, steel, Plex­i­glas, alu­minum, chrome foil
6 x 46 x 35 inches

Harm van den Dor­pel,
Ethe­real Oth­ers (When No One Is Look­ing), 2012
HD dig­i­tal video
10:00 min­utes


Deep Space (insides)
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall, Rear
Rochelle Gold­berg

Rochelle Gold­berg, The Bold Look #1, 2012
Dig­i­tal print on acrylic-treated paper
16 x 12½ inches

Rochelle Gold­berg, The Bold Look #2, 2012
Dig­i­tal print on acrylic-treated paper
16 x 12½ inches

Rochelle Gold­berg, The Bold Look #3, 2012
Dig­i­tal print on acrylic-treated paper
16 x 12½ inches

Rochelle Gold­berg, The Bold Look #4, 2012
Dig­i­tal print on acrylic-treated paper
16 x 12½ inches

Rochelle Gold­berg, The Bold Look #5, 2012
Dig­i­tal print on acrylic-treated paper
16 x 12½ inches


Deep Space (insides)
Instal­la­tion View, South Wall, Front

Dan Gra­ham, Fam­ily Groups at “Telethon House,” Perth, Aus­tralia and Model House, Bed­room Inte­rior, 1985/1987
Unique c-prints mounted on board
22 x 18 inches

VALIE EXPORT, Stadt, 1989
Dig­i­tal pho­tomon­tage
29½ x 40½ inches

Car­los Reyes, Inside Lovesongs (TBD), 2012
Sealed mir­ror box, chrome han­dle;
Con­tents: arranged glass
15 x 17 x 5 inches

Car­los Reyes, Inside Lovesongs (TBD), 2012
Sealed mir­ror box, chrome han­dle;
Con­tents: arranged glass
15 x 17 x 5 inches

FRONT PAGE (GRAHAM)

GIF FESTIVAL FEAT. ALEX DA CORTE

(http://movingthestill NULL.paddle8 NULL.com/tagged/contributors) Paddle8 and Tumblr’s Mov­ing the Still: A GIF Fes­ti­val (http://movingthestill NULL.paddle8 NULL.com/tagged/contributors) is the first large-scale, open call fes­ti­val for orig­i­nal GIF art. View Alex Da Corte’s con­tri­bu­tions here (http://movingthestill NULL.paddle8 NULL.com/post/33787682574/alex-da-corte-2012).

Primetime’s Young Artist Sale

(http://p-r-i-m-e-t-i-m-e NULL.com/events/current/sale-event/) Primetime’s Young Artist Sale (http://p-r-i-m-e-t-i-m-e NULL.com/events/current/sale-event/) (fea­tur­ing work by Alex Da Corte) goes down on Octo­ber 13. More info here (http://p-r-i-m-e-t-i-m-e NULL.com/).

Alex Da Corte in SIXTH SAX at Halsey Mckay

(http://www NULL.halseym­ckay NULL.com/sixth-sax-curated-by-patrick-brennan-press-release) Work by Alex Da Corte to be fea­tured in Sixth Sax at Halsey Mckay Gallery, East Hamp­ton (http://www NULL.halseym­ckay NULL.com/sixth-sax-curated-by-patrick-brennan-press-release). Curated by Patrick Bren­nan.

Alex Da Corte in BAD FOR YOU at Shizaru

(http://www NULL.shizaru NULL.com/exhibition/bad-for-you-curated-by-beth-rudin-dewoody/) Bad For You, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody at Shizaru, Lon­don, will include work by Alex Da Corte. The show runs from Octo­ber 10 to Novem­ber 23 (http://www NULL.shizaru NULL.com/exhibition/bad-for-you-curated-by-beth-rudin-dewoody/).

Cindy Hinant: Aesthetic Relations


Aes­thetic Rela­tions, Instal­la­tion View, Entry with Artist’s Books


Aes­thetic Rela­tions, Instal­la­tion View, North Wall, Front


Soft­core, 2012
Dig­i­tal C-Print
30 x 40 inches


Sephora Project, 2012
Inkjet ink and pen on paper
10 × 14 inches


Aes­thetic Rela­tions, Instal­la­tion View, North Wall, Rear


Makeup Paint­ing, 2011
Makeup on paper
40 × 30 inches


Self­ish, 2012
HD Dig­i­tal Video
2:26 min­utes


Bed Grid, 2011
Pen on Bris­tol
11 x 14 inches


Aes­thetic Rela­tions, Instal­la­tion View, South Wall, Rear


Soft­core, 2012
Dig­i­tal C-Print
30 x 40 inches


Bed Grid, 2011
Pen on Bris­tol
11 x 14 inches


Bed Grid, 2011
Pen on Bris­tol
11 x 14 inches


Aes­thetic Rela­tions, Instal­la­tion View, South Wall, Front


Sephora Project, 2012
Silkscreen
18 × 24 inches


Makeup Paint­ing, 2011
Makeup on paper
40 × 30 inches


Sephora Project, 2012
Inkjet ink and pen on paper
36 × 44 inches


Sephora Project (Detail), 2012
Inkjet ink and pen on paper
36 × 44 inches

In The Pink Review at Hyperallergic

Read Susan Silas’ review of In The Pink at Hyper­al­ler­gic (http://hyperallergic NULL.com/53296/in-the-pink-joe-sheftel-gallery/).

Alex Da Corte Awarded Pew Fellowship in the Arts

The Pew Cen­ter for Arts & Her­itage has announced the 2012 recip­i­ents of the Pew Fel­low­ships in the Arts (http://www NULL.pcah NULL.us/fellowships).

Alex Da Corte in Still House’s HERE COMES

(http://enterstillhouse NULL.com/) Alex Da Corte will show with The Still House Group in Here Comes (http://www NULL.arti­nameri­ca­m­agazine NULL.com/news-opinion/news/2012–06–22/still-house-mark-fletcher/). June 28 to July 27, 2012 at 24 Wash­ing­ton Square North (http://enterstillhouse NULL.com/).

Alex Da Corte at Mallorca Landings

(http://www NULL.mal­lor­ca­land­ings NULL.com/alex-da-corte-gentle-plain/) From June 29 to July 29, 2012, Mal­lorca Land­ings presents GENTLE RAIN, Alex Da Corte’s first major solo show in Spain (http://www NULL.mal­lor­ca­land­ings NULL.com/alex-da-corte-gentle-plain/).

FRONT PAGE (CINDY)

In the Pink: Curated by Sarvia Jasso


Manon, pho­to­graph from Das Dop­pelz­im­mer, 1982/2012
60 × 41 inches


Ros­alyn Drexler, Self Por­trait, 1964
Acrylic and paper col­lage on can­vas
39 7/8 × 29 7/8 inches


Dorothy Ian­none, The Man Who Became a Woman, c.1963
Felt pen on card­board, wood frame
8 × 11 inches


Betty Tomp­kins, Fuck grid paint­ing #1, 2008
Acrylic on paper
24 × 21 inches framed


Betty Tomp­kins, Unti­tled #1, 2005
Acrylic on can­vas
36 × 36 inches


Betty Tomp­kins, Unti­tled #1, 2005
DETAIL


Cindy Hinant, Women (from left to right: Car­olee, Francesca, Han­nah, K8, Lynda, Marina, Regina, Sophie, and Yoko), 2011
Archival Pig­ment Prints
12 × 86 inches framed


Cindy Hinant, Women (from left to right: Car­olee, Francesca, Han­nah, K8, Lynda, Marina, Regina, Sophie, and Yoko), 2011
DETAIL


Betty Tomp­kins, Fuck paint­ing #45, 2011
Acrylic on can­vas
24 × 24 inches


Car­olee Schnee­mann, Unex­pect­edly Research, 1992
Chromaprints, dye, text
108 × 45 inches


Car­olee Schnee­mann, Unex­pect­edly Research, 1992
DETAIL


Dasha Shishkin, What do you mean you can’t, of course you can, 2012
Mixed media on can­vas
35 × 36 inches


K. Gar­cia, Carla O. Lisk, 2012
Graphite, cherry, vine­gar, salt on rag paper
38 × 50 inches


Dasha Shishkin, Cars like gloves, 2012
Mixed media on can­vas
35 × 36 inches


Betty Tomp­kins, Fuck grid #18, 2005
Pen­cil on paper
23 × 21 inches framed


Betty Tomp­kins, Girl on girl grid #4, 2008
Pen­cil on paper
24 × 21 inches framed


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, entry


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, north wall


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, south wall


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, front


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, mez­za­nine


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, mez­za­nine


In the Pink, instal­la­tion view, mez­za­nine

Artforum critics’ pick: First Among Equals at ICA Philadelphia, featuring “SCENE TAKE SIX” by Alex Da Corte

New Skin for the Old Ceremony screening at SFMOMA

Alex Da Corte’s video set to a track from Leonard Cohen’s 1974 Album screens June 21, 2012 at SFMOMA, Phillis Wat­tis The­ater, 7:00 p.m. (http://www NULL.sfmoma NULL.org/exhib_events/events/2081)

FRONT PAGE (ADAM)

Adam Henry: In Spectral Form


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, entry


Unti­tled (spt­spct #1), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, north wall, front


Unti­tled (Intrbr), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
48 × 37 inches


Unti­tled (bklck), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
11 × 9 inches


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, north wall, rear


Unti­tled (db/spct), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 × 51 inches


Unti­tled (db/spct), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
67 × 51 inches


Two Paths One Slightly Longer Than the Other, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
Dip­tych, each panel 28 × 24 inches
Instal­la­tion view


Two Paths One Slightly Longer Than the Other, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
Dip­tych, left panel 28 × 24 inches


Two Paths One Slightly Longer Than the Other, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
Dip­tych, right panel 28 × 24 inches


Two Paths One Slightly Longer Than the Other, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
Detail


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, south wall, rear


Unti­tled (cpt #4), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


Unti­tled (stcc/gdt), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers and ceramic stucco on linen
19 × 16 inches


Unti­tled (cpt #3), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


Unti­tled (4prtclv), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


Unti­tled (vrt­spc), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, south wall


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, south wall, front


Unti­tled (sdg #3), 2011
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
63 × 51 inches


Unti­tled (sdg #3), 2011
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
63 × 51 inches


Anti-Path, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
28 × 24 inches


Anti-Path, 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on jute over linen
Detail


In Spec­tral Form, instal­la­tion view, front

House Arrest Exhibition Opens April 5

Works by Alex Da Corte are included in HOUSE ARREST, a group exhi­bi­tion curated by Terri C Smith at Franklin Street Works in Stam­ford, CT. (http://www NULL.franklin­street­works NULL.org/house-arrest/)

Interview Magazine Exclusive Video Premiere: Spank Rock and Alex Da Corte, ‘A Season in Hell’

(http://www NULL.inter­view­magazine NULL.com/music/spank-rock-alex-da-corte-a-season-in-hell#_)

Open Poem: Alex Da Corte & Rachel Rose zine launch at Cleopatra’s

(http://cleopatrascleopatras NULL.blogspot NULL.com/2012/03/open-poem-rachel-rose-alex-da-corte NULL.html?m=1) OPEN POEM is a new book of poems by Rachel Rose with images by Alex Da Corte. Sun­day March 25, 2012 1–4 PM Cleopatra’s Green­point 110 Mese­role Avenue Brook­lyn 11222

Dedication Monuments: Alex Da Corte and First Among Equals

Rachel Pas­tan recently spoke with Alex Da Corte about his instal­la­tion SCENE TAKE SIX in First Among Equals at the Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Philadel­phia (http://www NULL.icaphila NULL.org/miranda/installation/dedication-monuments-alex-da-corte-and-first-among-equals/) through August 12.

First Among Equals at ICA

(http://www NULL.icaphila NULL.org/exhibitions/first-among-equals NULL.php) From March 14 through August 12, 2012, Alex Da Corte will be fea­tured in First Among Equals at the Insti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Art, Philadel­phia (http://www NULL.icaphila NULL.org/exhibitions/first-among-equals NULL.php).

Alex Da Corte: Candy Rain


Candy Rain, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Uni­ti­tled (Buf­fet), 2012
Plas­tic grapes, mini iron­ing board, sham­poo, con­di­tioner, frames, paper, shelves, plas­tic wrap, PVC tube, hair rollers, saw-horses, clamp, wif­fle ball bat, man­i­cure hand, plas­tic fin­ger­nails, plas­tic box, rub­ber fin­ger, den­tal bib clamp, glow-in-the-dark spi­der, cocaine
48 1/2 × 47 × 45 inches


Candy Rain, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


ZZZPFT!, 2012
Archival Pig­ment Print
29 × 29 inches framed


MMMYWPH!, 2012
Archival Pig­ment Print
29 × 29 inches framed


BLRBBB!, 2012
Archival Pig­ment Print
29 × 29 inches framed


SPLRSH!, 2012
Archival Pig­ment Print
29 × 29 inches framed


Candy Rain, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Ded­i­ca­tion Mon­u­ment (Blue Ivy), 2012
Acrylic, plas­tic ring, rub­ber ball
88 × 24 × 15 inches


Ded­i­ca­tion Mon­u­ment (Apple), 2012
Acrylic, plas­tic ring, rub­ber ball
76 × 24 × 15 inches


Ded­i­ca­tion Mon­u­ment (Suri), 2012
Acrylic, plas­tic ring, rub­ber ball
112 × 24 × 15 inches


Breed, 2012
Sham­poo, glass, metal frames, xeroxes
84 1/2 × 126 inches

March 2, 2012: Gallerist NY

Open­ings: Alex Da Corte’s New York Solo Debut at Joe Shef­tel Gallery. (http://www NULL.gal­leristny NULL.com/2012/03/alex-da-cortes-new-york-solo-debut-at-joe-sheftel-gallery/)

Soul 4 Real, Candy Rain

February 29, 2012: Art Info

Joe Shef­tel Gallery, the Lower East Side’s Newest Art Space, Debuts With Sham­poo Paint­ings (http://artinfo NULL.com/news/story/761394/joe-sheftel-gallery-the-lower-east-sides-newest-art-space-debuts-with-shampoo-paintings)

February 16, 2012: Huffington Post

(http://www NULL.huff­in­g­ton­post NULL.com/2012/02/16/alex-da-cortes-shampoo-paintings_n_1282401 NULL.html) Alex Da Corte’s Sham­poo Paint­ings (http://www NULL.huff­in­g­ton­post NULL.com/2012/02/16/alex-da-cortes-shampoo-paintings_n_1282401 NULL.html)

February 2, 2012: Art in America

The Look­out: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss. (http://www NULL.arti­nameri­ca­m­agazine NULL.com/news-opinion/finer-things/2012–02–02/the-lookout-02022112/)

FRONT PAGE (ALEX)

Specifically Yours


Specif­i­cally Yours, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Adam Henry, Unti­tled (trirec), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers and oil on linen
48 × 47 inches


Rory Mul­li­gan, Unti­tled (Trash Can), 2009
Sil­ver Gelatin Print
25 × 30 ½ inches framed


Rory Mul­li­gan, Unti­tled (Enve­lope), 2008
Sil­ver Gelatin Print
25 × 30 ½ inches framed


Alex Da Corte, Heroes and Vil­lains, 2011
Foam, plas­tic sword, Bren­dan Lynch Ash Paint­ing
32 × 47 × 22 inches


Specif­i­cally Yours, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Adam Henry, Unti­tled (sdx #2), 2012
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
63 × 51 inches


Adam Henry, Unti­tled (bst #1), 2012
Instal­la­tion view
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


Alex Da Corte, Point Breeze Peace Treaty, 2011
Metal, snake­skin grip tape, Christ­mas tree stand, glow-in-the-dark bas­ket­ball, sequins, wood glue, zip ties, nylon cord, hoop ear­rings, shower cur­tain, spray paint
120 × 12 × 12 inches


Rory Mul­li­gan, Unti­tled (Match­book), 2008
Sil­ver Gelatin Print
25 × 30 ½ inches framed


Adam Henry, Unti­tled (tcp #1), 2011
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
19 × 16 inches


Specif­i­cally Yours, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Alex Da Corte, Planks (Snake), 2012
Shelves, enamel paint, cord, nail
44 × 31 × 2 ½ inches


Alex Da Corte, Unti­tled (Gloved), 2012
Rub­ber and latex gloves, PVC pipe, foam
11 × 29 ½ × 15 inches


Specif­i­cally Yours, instal­la­tion view, ground floor


Adam Henry, Dou­ble Spec­trum, 2011
Syn­thetic poly­mers on linen
48 × 37 inches


Alex Da Corte, Unti­tled (Sil­ver), 2012
Pic­tures, frames, alu­minum foil, PVC pipe, enamel paint
25 × 22 × 22 inches


Alex Da Corte, Ded­i­ca­tion Mon­u­ment (Dog­witch), 2011
Fiber­glass, latex paint, foam
96 × 36 × 40 inches

Cindy Hinant


Bed Grid, 2011
11 inches x 14 inches
Pen and ink on Bris­tol


Bed Grid, 2011
Pen on Bris­tol
11 x 14 inches


Bed Grid, 2011
Pen on Bris­tol
11 x 14 inches


Makeup Paint­ing, 2011
Makeup on paper
40 × 30 inches


Sephora Project, 2012
Silkscreen
18 × 24 inches


Sephora Project, 2012
Inkjet ink and pen on paper
36 × 44 inches


Sephora Project (Detail), 2012
Inkjet ink and pen on paper
36 × 44 inches

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