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Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Greg Lindquist on auction at Brooklyn Academy of Music


Greg Lindquist, Red Hook Revere Sugar Refinery Ruins (Ikea Flattening and Flatpacking Construction, Our Biggest Idea is the Smallest Price). Oil and metallic on linen, 9 x 29 x 2 3/4 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York

Greg Lindquist, Red Hook Revere Sugar Refinery Ruins (Ikea Flattening and Flatpacking Construction, Our Biggest Idea is the Smallest Price). Oil and metallic on linen, 9 x 29 x 2 3/4 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York

Lindquist’s painting is on offer at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Fifth Annual BAMart Annual Auction, online until 8pm on May 11th, an auction of over 150 Brooklyn-based and BAM -associated artists, also including, Rita Ackermann, Will Cotton, Alex Katz and Kehinde Wiley. Lindquist was the subject of a recent survey exhibition at BAM, and is also, meanwhile, curator of Hypothetical Landscapes, a group show at Janet Kurnatowski until May 31, featuring Miya Ando, Malado Baldwin, Don Gummer, Darina Karpov, Ati Maier, Dustin Schuetz, Rebecca Smith and Suzanne Stroebe.

This was an artcritical PIC in May 2009.


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