Just think this is 🆒: @juddfoundation participating in #marfa dialogues this Saturday with a lecture entitled #donaldjudd , Ranches and Land Conservation. #instaart http://ift.tt/1s7KlwM

July 31, 2014 0 Share this

#GertrudePick : “Fixing a Hole” @koenig_clinton focuses on “fixing” as a means of mending or securing and a metal aspect of the artistic process. The simple word gives rise to a show of varied though entwined works. Be sure to see the show before it closes this Saturday! (June 12 - August 2) #PeterDreher #RomanSigner #KenPrice http://ift.tt/1qLNlB4

#gertrudepick “Hypothesis for an Exhibit” @dominiquelevygallery examines the work of Italian Conceptionalist #GiulioPaolini both in the context of his fellow 1960s era artists as well as artists today. The exhibit is also accompanied by a specially commissioned publication to further examine the influences on and impact of Paolini’s work. (July 8 - August 16) http://ift.tt/1s3VEGl

@alexisrael #alexisrael showing a perfectly square framed Franck Stella at @foryourart ‘a conference on @Instagram and artists. #instaart http://ift.tt/WMleEL

July 29, 2014 0 Share this

Some more #camillehenrot at @kunsthalcharlottenborg. #instaart #regram @victorp4y4r3s http://ift.tt/1tjTEeZ

July 28, 2014 0 Share this

🍉 #camillehenrot , on view @kunstcharlottenborg #instaart http://ift.tt/1xqxxBi

July 28, 2014 0 Share this

#gertrudepick Kate Ericson & Mel Ziegler, @galerieperrotin: Ericson & Ziegler’s art abandoned the few, urban cities in which American art is centralized to return to the heartland. The artists created work that examined and represented the cultural majority of Americans, often ignored by the cosmopolitan art world. And it speaks to the works’ national importance that a French gallery is exhibiting the retrospective (July 8 - August 22). #KateEricson #MelZiegler http://ift.tt/1rS3yBR

Introducing #GertrudePick - a weekly selection of our favorite shows. Starting with #MarcelDuchamp @gagosiangallery, a historic show that brings the storied avant-gardist’s work back to the place it debuted 50 years ago (June 26 - August 8). http://ift.tt/1zcXgQv

3 Shows to see before Monday

1. Kate Ericson & Mel Ziegler, Galerie Perrotin
(July 8 - August 22)
Ericson & Ziegler’s art abandoned the few, urban cities in which American art culture tends to be centralized to return to the heartland. The artists created work that aimed to examine and represent the cultural majority of Americans, often ignored by the cosmopolitan art world. It speaks to the national importance of the duo’s work that a French gallery is exhibiting the retrospective (bringing it stateside after a successful show in Paris).

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(via Gallerie Perrotin)

2. Louise Lawler No Drones, Metro Pictures
(June 5 - July 25)
Through her unique artistic process, in which she traces her photographs and then prints these tracings on vinyl, Lawler manages to distill complex images and moments down to their aesthetic essence. She displays an array of scenes in egalitarian simplicity, examining what lays at the center of these moments.

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(via Metro Pictures) 

3. Marcel Duchamp, Gagosian Gallery
(June 26 - August 8)
Gagosian exhibits Duchamp’s historic readymades in the same building in which they debuted half a century ago. Thus this is a truly unique show of the work of one the most renown avant-garde artists of all time.

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(via Gagosian Gallery) 

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At our Salon “Save It For Later” last night at sothebys1744, artists Hanna Sandin, Graham Collins, and Brain Belott discussed their work made from salvaged and reused materials. A big thank you to the artists, the exhibition’s curator Ryan Steadman, & Sotheby’s for a great Salon! 

July 23, 2014 0 Share this