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Elizabeth Ferry, installation view of "Dems Toad," 2014, at Honey Ramka. Courtesy of the gallery.
An exhibition of sculptures and paintings of beastly sexual energy. ...
 
Carla Gannis, The Garden of Emoji Delights, 2014. Digital C-print, detail of left panel. Courtesy of the Artists
On view at Kasia Kay Art Projects, Chicago ...
 
Michael Bell-Smith, Blind on Rips, 2014. Vinyl film on polyester painted aluminum composite panel, 47 1/2 × 35 5/8 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Foxy Production.
Who is the Elmer Fudd of Post-Internet art? ...
 


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Daniel Buren: The Eye of the Storm


Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1071 5th Avenue (at 89th Street), New York March 25 – June 8, 2005 A version of this article first appeared in Gay City News, Volume IV, Issue 15 | April 14 – 20, 2005. “I don’t believe in the existence of work that has no audience. Only once it is…


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Adele Alsop


Alexandre Gallery 41 East 57th Street, New York March 24 – April 30, 2005 A version of this article was first published at The New York Sun, March 31, 2005. Adele Alsop, a former student of Neil Welliver, lives and works in Utah. Her second show at Alexandre Gallery includes 12 paintings and an installation…


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Self Portraits by Martin Kippenberger


Luhring Augustine Gallery 631 W 24th Street Through April 30, 2005 The German artist Martin Kippenberger, who died in 1997, is being celebrated with three shows in New York right now. The most interesting of these is a show of self-portraits, in various mediums, at Luhring Augustine Gallery. Kippenberger was “an 80’s artist”. That is…


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Rachel Feinstein


Marianne Boesky Gallery 535 W 22 Street, New York March 23 – April 23, 2005 Rachel Feinstein’s exhibition is made up of paintings executed on oval mirrors, pastel drawings under glass in large platinum-colored frames and sculptures made from wood or from polyurethane. A long wall was built to accommodate the latter sculpture, which nudges…


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Richard Sloat and Su-Li Hung: Mr. & Mrs.


Michael Ingbar Gallery of Architectural Art 568 Broadway Until April 23 Richard Sloat and Su Li Hung share many things besides a household. Both are painters/printmakers inspired by views of New York City neighborhoods, and over the years both have exhibited numerous times in group shows at Michael Ingbar Gallery. Their current two-person show at…


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Scott Richter


Elizabeth Harris Gallery 529 West 20 Street New York 10011 212 463 9666 March 17-April 16, 2005 Scott Richter doesn’t use oil paint to create the illusion of depth on a two dimensional surface. He uses it to build three dimensional forms. We look down at or try to view Richter’s tabletop paintings from all…


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View Eight: A Few Domestic Objects Interrogate A Few Works of Art


Mary Boone Gallery 745 5th Avenue New York NY 10151 212 752 2929 As Marx claimed, in the introduction to his Critique of Political Economy, consumption is production. Taking this as his premise, Bruce Ferguson, Dean of the School of the Arts at Columbia University, has curated a show which is at once understatement and spectacle…


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Eric Fischl at Mary Boone, Marlene Dumas at Zwirner & Wirth


Eric Fischl at Mary Boone through until April 23 (541 W. 24th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, 212-752-2929) Marlene Dumas at Zwirner & Wirth until April 23 (32 E. 69th Street, between Madison and Park Avenues, 212-517-8677) MAKING MOVIES IN THE BEDROOM In March 2002 Eric Fischl was let loose in Mies van der…


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Logical Conclusions at PaceWildenstein


In remembrance of On Kawara, David Cohen’s 2005 review of “Logical Conclusions” at PaceWildenstein.


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Nathan Oliveira: Recent Paintings


DC Moore Gallery 724 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street New York NY 10019 212-247-2111 March 8 to April 9, 2005 A version of this review appeared in the New York Sun, March 17, 2005 The assured brushstrokes, iconic figures, and radiantly red backgrounds of Nathan Oliveira’s latest paintings suggest that, after five decades of exhibiting,…