Congratulations to Project Projects for winning the 2015 National Design Award in Communication Design. Here is the original Slow and Steady Wins the Race site designed by them. A classic. Proud to be always working on something together.
Exhibition: May 2 – May 20, 2015
Auction: May 20 at 7pm. Tickets required.
Contact the gallery to purchase tickets: 212 924 4212
Artists include: Joshua Abelow, Rita Ackermann, Justin Adian, Richard Aldrich, Vikky Alexander, Polly Apfelbaum, Nathaniel Axel, Donald Baechler, Yevgeniya Baras, Gina Beavers, Bianca Beck, Cara Benedetto, Alain Biltereyst, Will Boone, Lizzi Bougatsos, Joe Bradley, Josh Brand, Andrea Büttner, Mathew Cerletty, Mike Cloud, Jennifer Paige Cohen, Dan Colen, Anne Collier, Cynthia Daignault, Lucky DeBellevue, Jeremy Deller, Peter Doig, Jeff Elrod, Alistair Frost, Jess Fuller, Jeff Funnell, Wayne Gonzales, Guy Goodwin, Janice Guy, Wade Guyton, Aiko Hachisuka, Tamar Halpern, Daniel Heidkamp, Paul Heyer, Matthew Higgs, John Hiltunen, James Hoff, Evan Holloway, Alex Hubbard, Chip Hughes, Elizabeth Jaeger, Meredith James, Bill Jenkins, JPW3, Nikki Katsikas, Robert Kitchen, David Korty, Jeremy Kost, Jim Lambie, Jennie Jieun Lee, Margaret Lee, Erik Lindman, Pam Lins, Nate Lowman, Birdie Lusch, Eric Mack, Charles Mayton, Siobhan Meow, Dan Miller, John Miller, Marilyn Minter, Lady Shalimar Montague, Malcolm Mooney, Monique Mouton, Marlon Mullen, Dave Muller, Yamini Nayar, Ruby Neri, Kate Newby, Wayne Ngan, Aliza Nisenbaum, Richard Nonas, Scott Olson, Joyce Pensato, Jon Pestoni, Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Jack Pierson, Marina Pinsky, William Pope. L, Richard Prince, Jon Pylypchuk, Scott Reeder, Tyson Reeder, Elaine Reichek, Martin Roth, Jackie Saccoccio, William Scott, John Seal, Bruce M. Sherman, Trevor Shimizu, Nolan Simon, Emily Mae Smith, Greg Parma Smith, Josh Smith, Kianja Strobert, Spencer Sweeney, Philip Taaffe, Mike Tierney, Sue Tompkins, Charline von Heyl, Brent Wadden, Dan Walsh, Stanley Whitney, Michael Williams, Karl Wirsum, Christopher Wool.
SIX DOORS includes Trisha Donnelly, Andrea Longacre-White, Alex Robbins, Melanie Schiff, Marianne Vitale and Mary Weatherford curated by Rachel Foullon
Always timely and timeless.
(image via Mondo Blogo )
if God COMes to visit You, HOW will you know? (the great tetrahedral kite)
Bridget Donahue will open the gallery’s second solo exhibition on Sunday May 17th with new works from multi-media artist and designer Susan Cianciolo. The exhibition will be accompanied by a selection of the artist’s costumes and archival material organized by Alex Fleming.
May 17–July 5 2015
Opening Reception: Sunday May 17th, 7-9PM
For the past twenty years, Susan Cianciolo has moved between fields and formats—from fashion to craft, from performance to filmmaking—works presented in if God COMes to visit You, HOW will you know? (the great tetrahedral kite) speak to this restlessness. Cianciolo has produced a body of work that willfully evades categorization, exploiting the false dichotomies of construction and deconstruction, art and design, event and document. This exhibition offers a glimpse into the material flux of an archive being unbuilt in an ongoing and endless process of reformulation.