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Monday, January 13th, 2014

artcritical’s Holiday Party Launching “Come Like Shadows” at Zürcher Studio


Artcritical’s holiday party on December 18 coincided with the opening of an exhibition curated by David Cohen, “Come Like Shadows: Palimpsests, Traces, Specters Of The Silver Screen, Nightlife, Veils, The Absent Present”  The exhibition which features artists Willard Boepple, Matt Bollinger, Dawn Clements, Will Cotton, Marc Desgrandchamps, Kerstin Drechsel, Angela Dufresne, Duncan Hannah, David Lefebvre, Steve Locke, Stuart Shils, Ena Swansea, Nicole Wittenberg, Alexi Worth, remains on view through February 16 at 33 Bleecker Street, between Lafayette Street and Bowery.  

Photographs by ANNA SHUKEYLO.  Click first image to activate slide show.

David Cohen and Will Cotton in front of a work by Duncan Hannah

David Cohen and Will Cotton in front of a work by Duncan Hannah

 

Alexi Worth, Andrew Ginzel, Jane South and David Coggins

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Wendy Steiner and Svetlana Alpers

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John Zinsser, Ruth Hardinger, C. Michael Norton and Sandi Slone

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Gwenolee Zürcher and Laura Murray

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Karen Wilkin and Ronald Sosinski

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Andrew Wellington and Nancy Elsamanoudi

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Stuart Shils, Ken Kewley and Sam Clayton

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Jane South, Franklin Evans and Paul David Young

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Sandi Slone and Robert Knafo

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Russell Roberts  and Stanley Whitney

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King Rucks and Alexia Carr

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Marshall Price and Jane South

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Gelah Penn, Stephen Maine, Dawn Clements

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Christina Kee and Dennis Kardon (foreground), Alexandra Anderson and John Zinsser (background)

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Stephen Maine and Tanya Chaly

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C. Michael Norton and Robert Morgan

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Gail Mooney and Ken Kewley

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Melissa Meyer

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Megan Liu Kincheloe and Noah Dillon

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Lisa Abbott-Canfield and Andrew Ginzel

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Ellen Altfest, Rose Dergen, Jane South and John Newman

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Steven Kaplan and Loren Munk

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Andrew Ginzel, Nikolas Pappas and Svetlana Alpers

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Nora Griffin and Becky Brown

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Andrea Belag and Stanley Whitney

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David Cohen and Riad Miah

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Tom Burckhardt and Annabel Lee

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Alexandra Anderson and David Cohen

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C. Michael Norton and Leslie Wayne converse with Nicole Wittenberg, back to the camera

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Nicole Wittenberg and Nathlie Provosty with works by Marc Desgrandchamps and Steve Locke

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Leah Durner and John Newman

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Noah Dillon and Paul Pagk

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Stuart Shils and Ena Swansea

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Angela Dufresne and Kate Shepherd

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Nikolas Pappas and Marina Adams

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2 Responses to artcritical’s Holiday Party Launching “Come Like Shadows” at Zürcher Studio

  1. Le Pliage Cuir In says:

    Most people, when they criticize, whether they like it or hate it, theyre talking about product. Thats not art, thats the result of art. Art, to whatever degree we can get a handle on (Im not sure that we really can) is a process. It begins in the heart and the mind with the eyes and hands.

    • Noah Dillon says:

      Hmmm… That’s interesting. Can you expand on that a little more? Do you think that means that criticism is misplaced, that it should be a conversation about the artist’s process rather than the outcome of that process?

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