Friday, July 25, 2014

The Crystal Palace @ Rachel Uffner Gallery

Participating Artists: 
Balthus, Joseph Cornell, Daniel Gordon, Van Hanos, Robert Indiana, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Ray Johnson, Anya Kielar, Claes Oldenburg, Dushko Petrovich and Roger White, James Rosenquist, Pierre Roy, Peter Saul, Johannes VanDerBeek, and Stan VanDerBeek


Michael Jon Gallery: Detroit reminder: Summer & sUMMER / Sunday, July 27

Summer & sUMMER

Opening reception: Sunday, July 27, 2-5pm
On view through August 31, 2014

On view through August 31, 2014

A 2-city group exhibition, which inaugurates the new Detroit space, featuring works by:

Kelly Akashi
Theodora Allen *
Marieta Chirulescu
Jim Drain *
Michelle Grabner & Brad Killam
Dave Hardy
Michael Hunter
Paul Forney *
Egan Frantz *
Nicholas Pilato
Scott Reeder
Carlos Reyes
John Riepenhoff
Amanda Ross-Ho *
Brad Troemel
Siebren Versteeg
Amy Yao
* at Miami location (as well as Detroit)

Michael Jon Gallery

611 W Philadelphia St

Detroit, MI 48202

122 NE 11th St
Miami, FL 33132

Joe Bradley, 23 Skidoo @ Karma, Amagansett, NY opens Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

Joe Bradley
23 Skidoo

Opening reception Saturday, August 2nd, 6-8pm
Amagansett, NY

Karma is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Joe Bradley.

For additional information please contact 631-267-7728 or


Thursday, July 24, 2014

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Tuesday, July 22, 2014


Anthropocene @ CANADA opens Friday, July 25th, 2014, 6-8pm

Bram Bogart
Nicole Cherubini
Sarah Cromarty
Al Freeman
Alicia Gibson
Peter Harkawik
Chris Hood
Elisabeth Kley
Stuart Lorimer
Meghan Petras
Joyce Robins
Adrianne Rubenstein 
Sally Saul


Anne Speier @ What Pipeline, Detroit opens this Friday, July 25th, 2014

Anne Speier
Lurk-Hive Balance

July 25 - August 23, 2014

Opening Friday, July 25
6 - 9 PM


Kenneth Goldsmith: The internet is the greatest poem ever written

Nobody likes poetry. And why would they? Do we need another poem that describes the way that light falls on your writing desk as a metaphor for your mother's cancer operation? Absolutely not.
And yet artists are flocking to poetry these days precisely because it's an orphaned and evacuated space, ready to be repurposed with poetry that looks nothing like the kind of poetry you see (but don't read) drizzled across the pages of The New Yorker. Instead of sonnets, we see apps, image macros, hacked photoshopped images, found language, hardcore programming, and YouTube videos posing as poetry. Suddenly, poetry looks interesting again.
In this portfolio, there are two living young women, one dead man, and one anonymous street artist. They all, in their own way, radically expand our idea of what poetry can be: visually, linguistically, and emotionally.   
The internet is the greatest poem ever written, unreadable mostly because of its size. We are drowning in language. The best poets are those who can best repurpose that language, reframing it as poetry. Poetry will be made by all.


"Pleh," a collaborative exhibition by Gobby, Nicholas Buffon and Allegra Crowther @ Shoot The Lobster


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