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- Current Exhibitions /
- Joel Otterson: 1980s & 1990s / Ryan Trecartin: Any Ever /
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Elizabeth Dee Gallery seeks enthusiastic volunteers for an exciting, rare opportunity to act as ‘Administrators’ in an important exhibition by the renowned artist, Adrian Piper. The ‘Administrators’ will sit at reception desks in the main gallery and coordinate contracts signed by the visiting public.
Since the late 1960s, Adrian Piper has forged a unique artistic practice that infused classical Minimal sculptural form with explicit political content and introduced issues of race, gender and identity politics into the vocabulary of Conceptual art. She has deployed permutation and seriation—which at the time that Piper began using them were considered non-traditional artistic media—as strategies for investigating the infinite variability of perceptual form and content. In recent years, her artwork has begun to intersect more explicitly with her philosophical work, resulting in a reconsideration of space, time, and infinity in defining the limits and potential permutability of the self as situated on a pre-established grid defined by social and political variables of race, sex, class conflict, and social relations.
Miranda Lichtenstein: Polaroids will be on view April 11 through June 4, 2014.
The Gallery at Hermès is located at 691 Madison Ave, on the 4th floor.
Please note Any Ever daily screening times:
P.opular S.ky (section ish), 2009
| 10:00am | 12:00pm | 2:00pm | 4:00pm |
Ready (Re’Search Wait’S), 2009-10
| 11:00am | 11:30am | 1:00pm | 1:30pm |
| 3:00pm | 3:30pm | 5:00pm | 5:30pm |
At this point I see myself less as an appropriation artist and more of a reclamation artist. We are forced to be consumers of media. Even if you don’t want to be, you’re sitting on the subway and it’s there. I consider it to be my right to reclaim that imagery and to try to re-conceptualize it, to personalize it for my use.
-Julia Wachtel, Whitewall Magazine
Whitewall magazine has interviewed Julia Wachtel, concurrent with her solo presentation at Independent. Read the entire interview here.
The solo exhibition will be on view through April 6, 2014. For more information visit their site.
The gallery is pleased to present important work from the 1980s by Ericka Beckman (b.1951) and Julia Wachtel (b. 1956).
On view January 18th through March 8th, 2014.
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Philippe Decrauzat’s solo exhibition at Le Magasin, Notes, Tones, Stone opens February 8th and will be on view through May 4th, 2014.
For more information on the exhibition please visit Le Magasin’s website.