I've been looking at Glenn Brown.
Large Holograms, James Turrell's new exhibit at PaceWildenstein, consists of fifteen new transmission light works that successfully "examine the phenomenon of the light itself, capturing its normally fleeting qualities and allowing light to become the object." Also of note, a major retrospective of his work is planned for the Guggenheim in 2012.
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September 10 - October 17
Anselm Reyle's first solo exhibition at Gagosian, Monochrome Age, opens September 17th.
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September 17 - October 24
One of Sol LeWitt's final commissions was "Whirls and Twirls (MTA)" which may be seen at Columbus Circle.
After a recent cleaning and thorough re-examination, the Met confirms that "Portrait of a Man" is indeed by the Spanish master. But the question lingers, is it a self-portrait?
First day of school. At least I get to go to class inside a Philip Johnson designed building.
Have to thank Mark Oberg for the found photo of my old studio.
Ethan Ham is a stud. The new show he is curating at Gallery Aferro "is a series of photographs, each by a different artist. The artists are asked to replicate the previous artist's photograph. The result is a visual game of "Telephone" in which the image slowly (and sometimes abruptly) mutates through the process of recreation."
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September 12 - October 3