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…Wachtel wants to place the viewer in “the landscape, in the political environment, the packaging environment, or the Internet environment — it’s all about being mixed up in this irrational, swirling universe of imagery and information.”
Julia Wachtel was recently profiled in Artinfo. Read the full feature here.
Elizabeth Dee is pleased to present a solo presentation of Mark Barrow and Sarah Parke at Independent Projects.
Independent Projects will run November 6 – 15 at Center 548, New York. For more information on Independent and visiting hours, please visit their website. To read Elizabeth Dee’s interview with The New York Times, discussing Independent Projects, click here.
Independent Projects will run November 6 – 15 at 548 West 22nd Street. Read the interview here.
Elizabeth Dee is pleased to present Philippe Decrauzat’s pour tout diviser., a two-sided exhibition in three acts. Originating in Madrid, continuing in Paris and concluding here in New York, this exhibition of new architecture, paintings and film explores the limits of painting and painting’s relation to space, realized on seven newly established walls in the gallery that exhibit elements of a painting that can only be completed by the visitors movement through the gallery space.
July 24 – September 6, 2014 | Finissage: Saturday, September 6, 6-8:00 PM
Elizabeth Dee is pleased to announce a new exhibition of recent paintings by Carl Ostendarp, his fourth solo show with the gallery. Since the late 1980’s Ostendarp paintings have generously incorporated idiosyncratic strategies such as signs, symbols and text that function in between language and typography, allowing us to experience and expansively re-reference, rather than merely footnote painting’s modernist history or, as Ostendarp has noted, “the space between ‘historical and pictorial’ languages”.
The exhibition was recently included in Art Forum’s Critic’s Picks. Read the review here. Everything falls faster than an anvil is on view through June 18.
Reto Thüring; with contributions by Johanna Burton, Quinn Latimer and Julia Wachtel. For more information please visit the Yale University Press website. Above: WTF!, 2014.