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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Black Moon: How Many MC's



Georgia Sagri @ MATHEW NYC: March 8 - 22, 2015

Georgia Sagri
Daily Bread
Mathew NYC
March 8 - 22, 2015

Mathew NYC is pleased to announce Georgia Sagri's Daily Bread, an online exhibition and series of public and private readings and performances conveying states of loss, mourning and offering. Performances happen at www.dailybread.nyc & Mathew NYC during the hours indicated on the calendar below. Public performances are marked yellow.

Commissioned as part of ISSUE Project Room's Artist-In-Residence program, the exhibition reflects Sagri's travels researching the social organization of Gamelan orchestras and artists' initiatives in Indonesia.

For the purpose of the exhibition seven sculptures are made, cooked and prepared in manners resembling offertory traditions, each one facing a webcam, suggesting that they are there to transmit their elements. www.dailybread.nyc allows free and open access to the seven live streams 24/7.

Georgia Sagri performs throughout the run of the installation, in both live readings and voice-over; sometimes public, sometimes private, with musical accompaniment by Hunter Hunt-Hendrix.

Mathew NYC
47 Canal Street
New York, NY 10002
+1 (929) 229-9156
www.mathew-nyc.com
info@mathew-nyc.com

Hans-Christian Lotz @ David Lewis opens Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 from 7-9pm

David Lewis
88 Eldridge Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10002

SPRING 2015 @ MACCARONE

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TONIGHT: Andrew Norman Wilson @ Chapter NY

Chapter NY
127 Henry Street
New York, NY 10002
www.chapter-ny.com


Mixed Doubles @ Sometimes opens March 7th, 2015 from 8pm to Midnight


Tonight: Kamau Amu Patton @ Callicoon Fine Arts, 6 to 8 pm

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TONIGHT: Florian Meisenberg @ Simone Subal Gallery


Simone Subal Gallery
131 Bowery, 2nd floor // New York, NY 10002

FINAL DAYS: ART BLOG ART BLOG


Saturday, February 28, 2015

Joan Brown

Christmas Time 1970 (Joan & Noel), 1970

Self Portrait with Fish and Cat, 1970

Gordon, Joan and Rufus in Front of S.F. Opera House, 1969
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"Ribbons," 2014, Ed Atkins

Ed Atkins
Recent Ouija

Exhibition
21 February—31 May 2015

at
Stedelijk Museum
Museumplein 10
1071 DJ Amsterdam
www.stedelijk.nl

Sterling Wells, Large Ear >PP+EPDM-TX10< @ Lana's







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FREDDY PRESENTS DICK, Ross Bleckner @ Freddy Opens Saturday, March 7th, 2015

FREDDY PRESENTS DICK
March 7th - March 28th, 2015
Opens Saturday, March 7th from 7-9pm

Freddy presents Dick is a selection of photographs taken by Ross Bleckner from the 1980s’ to the present. This is the first exhibition consisting entirely of Bleckner’s photography, though several images have appeared in publications and alongside his paintings in exhibition catalogues. The photos represent acquaintances and professional models, and were taken using both analogue and digital cameras.

The series is an ongoing investigation into the seduction and repulsion of desire. Though the photos relate obliquely to his paintings, they maintain a tension between intimacy and formality, which has been central to Bleckner’s work over the course of his career.

“If you look at something long enough it loses its meaning.” – Andy Warhol
 
A publication titled Freddy presents Dick accompanies the exhibition and is available for purchase.
FREDDY
510 W. Franklin St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
info@freddygallery.biz

Keith Boadwee, Poppies @ Shoot The Lobster opens Friday, March 6th, 2015

Poppies

Keith Boadwee
March 6 - March 29, 2015
Opening reception: Friday, March 6,
6 - 8 pm

138 Eldridge Steet, New York, NY 10012

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Aleksander Hardashnakov, Weapon Beside the Bed @ Tomorrow opens Friday, March 6th, 2015 from 6-9pm

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Friday, February 27, 2015

Gene Beery: ART IS MY PET!








Towards A Philosophy Of Photography by Vilém Flusser

Introductory Note

This book is based on the hypothesis that two fundamental turning points can be observed in human culture since its inception.  The first, around the middle of the second millennium BC, can be summed up under the heading 'the invention of linear writing'; the second, the one we are currently experiencing, could be called 'the invention of technical images'.  Similar turning points may have occurred previously but are beyond the scope of this analysis.

This hypothesis contains the suspicion that the structure of culture – and therefore existence itself – is undergoing a fundamental change.  This book attempts to strengthen this suspicion and, in order to maintain its hypothetical quality, avoids quotations from earlier works on similar themes.  For the same reason, there is no bibliography.  However, there is a short glossary of the terms employed and implied in the course of the discussion; there definitions are not intended to have general validity but are offered as working hypotheses for those who wish to follow up the concepts arising from the thoughts and analyses presented here.

Thus the intention of this book is not to defend a thesis but to make a contribution - informed by philosophy – to the debate on the subject of 'photography'.

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Blinky Palermo, Works 1973 - 1976 @ David Zwirner

Wooster Street, 1975

Ohne Titel (Untitled), 1973

Osten-Westen III (East-West III), 1976

White Wing, 1974-1975

Objekt mit Wasserwaage (Object with Spirit Level), 1969-1973

Ohne Titel (Untitled), 1973

Ohne Titel (Untitled), ca. 1974
More: HERE

Violet Dennison @ Allen & Eldridge opens Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015 from 6-8pm

VIOLET DENNISON 
O earth, O earth, Return!

March 3 -15, 2015
Opening Tuesday March 3, 6-8pm
At Allen & Eldridge

Workers we, our Vessels full of pollen, falling down. She sees a man bellowing madly on a street corner, overflowing with love for every intangible thing. Dionysus is a mad man living on the street, she thinks, and she enjoys the idea. But she is alone, and she is lost, and she feels like nothing other than the only witness to the miraculous circumstance that is herself. Regret swells in her breast. A zerg swarm of coffee cups animated by some hidden hive mind come alive at night in my studio. Under a magical spell, cast by a wizard, they march about the cold office space making little squealing noises communicating with each other, their metal legs click-clacking to and fro. In the night they build massive hands out of office chairs. I think they are hands for the Wizard. Maybe she is now body-less and hopes to build herself a new form. When her new body is whole she will take night walks around Gowanus. She will stroll fourteen feet tall, roll around on her hands and feet of wheeled chairs, bound over the canal and play in the massive trash heaps. The coffee cup workers know nothing but their task at hand. They have wrapped their being around doing. To be constituted by another's desires is not the same thing as to be alienated in the violent separation of the laborer from his product. To be vulnerable, able to be disassembled, re-assembled, exploited as a reserve labor force, seen less as workers than as servers. A young female is bound to the pulsating cube by many wires. She is slowly rotating in mid-air. Each part of her body is highlighted as it is named. Mouth, Ear, Thigh, Ankle, Breasts, Hair, Back, Toe. These ingredients are a soup, and the stock of it is my time, my labor. The body is forced to repeat strange, alienated, hostile movements. To sleep, nay, perchance to stay wide awake. 500 million sold annually, full of happiness and coffee lover like a shipwrecked astronaut he turned despairing eyes upon the solitude of life. "All I really wanted was to try and live the life that was spontaneously welling up within me. Why was that so very difficult?" The firm smoothness! The trembling! A mouth that is two mouths wet with saliva. A warm ocean that feels like the beginning of everything. In another room she is spinning the silver ring around reading the entire Greek tragedy that is inscribed within it. The world shifts and she is a boot licking a boot and a leg climbing up a leg. A chest straddling a chest. A tongue so deep in your ear it is tickling the brain. Hundreds of hands are swirling all over her, unbuttoning her pants and rubbing the inside of her mouth and slipping under her skin to peer out of her eyeballs. A spider from another dimension consumed him with utter tenderness. They run in terror from where the treadmill belt folds and the world ends.

O earth, O earth, Return!
Text by: Violet Dennison, Scott Keightley (Emergency Worker), and Graham Hamilton
Allen & Eldridge
Located within James Fuentes
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