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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.
Elizabeth Dee is participating in Frieze New York 2014, on Randall’s Island, May 8-12. The gallery is exhibiting a special joint presentation with Broadway 1602, highlighting multigenerational female artists from both programs. Gallery highlights from the fair include:
Frieze director Amanda Sharp mentioning our joint presentation as one of her highlights of the fair.
Artsy Editorial including the joint presentation in their round up of Female Artists [that] Pack a Punch at Frieze NY 2014.
Julia Wachtel’s Two Plus Three included in Complex’s 50 Must-See Pieces at Frieze New York 2014.
Elizabeth Dee proudly presents The Probable Trust Registry, a new installation and participatory group performance by Adrian Piper. Piper’s work stages an environment for the potential of collective exchange in the form of personal declarations that become part of an enduring and ongoing artwork.
For this exhibition, the main gallery is transformed into three corporate reception environments drawn from universal work culture. Each reception area is fully staffed by a volunteer administrator who helps to execute personal declaration contracts to a self-selecting public. Above each reception desk exists a different personal declaration affixed in gold to the stereotypical grey walls. These “Rules of the Game” are mirrored in the corresponding contract on the desk, each desk/contract respectively with one of the three rules:
I will always be too expensive to buy
I will always mean what I say
I will always do what I say I am going to do
Elizabeth Dee and Gabriele Beveridge included in Art Forum’s Scene & Herd Art Brussels edition.
Leo Gabin included in Artsy Editorial’s Guide to Art Brussels 2014.
A mention on Follow Art With Me in their Art Brussels round up.
Read the full feature here.
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.
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.
Selected press from the exhibition:
Miranda Lichtenstein’s Still Life Polaroids, an interview with Whitewall Magazine.
Painterly Polaroids in W Magazine.
After Monet’s Garden, an interview with aperture.
A review in the New Yorker.