The exhibition will feature sculptures, installations, works on paper and canvas, and stop-frame animations that emphasize the artist’s connection to movement and dance. A special performance by Stephen Petronio Company, choreographed with the exhibition’s signature work ‘Maze’ (pictured above), is scheduled to take place on Friday, November 7, and Saturday, November 8.
Richard Nonas interviewed by Scott Indrisek from ARTINFO at his Tribeca studio. Get to know the anthropologist-turned-sculptor and find out what’s in store for his exhibition, opening tonight at Fergus McCaffrey's new 514 W 26th St location.
This interactive sculpture by artist Virginia Overton is an undulating 488-foot-long brass tube that spans Storm King Art Center’s rolling fields. It mirrors the curves of the park’s hills carrying sound, picking up slight noises, and allowing visitors different aural experiences on their outdoor treks. Don’t miss the chance to experience this transformative site-specific installation! On view through November 30.
Q & A with Cross-Country Traveler Justine Kurland
Q. You have two projects opening this September at Mitchell-Innes & Nash. The first is a series of new photos titled “Sincere Auto Care.” What inspired you to focus on cars and the open road?
A. The cars came directly out of the train photographs — themes revolving around certain American values like freedom and self-determination. But specifically I remember driving along some highway talking to a friend who works as a landscaper on the phone. He told me he had been working so much he felt like he was a tree. And I realized I had been driving so much I was a car.
Read the full article by Ashton Cooper on Blouin Artinfo.
This October, PMM Art Projects will present ‘Dan Baldwin: ‘The End of Innocence’, a pop-up exhibition that marks the artist’s first solo show in New York. ‘The End of Innocence’ will showcase Baldwin’s most accomplished body of work to date, illustrating the breadth of his artistic practice with paintings, bronze sculptures, ceramic pots, and works on paper. Stay tuned for more information on date/time/location.
'Leon Kossoff: Drawn From The Old Masters' at Frieze Masters, London (October 15 – 19, 2014)
Mitchell-Innes & Nash and Annely Juda Fine Art will present works on paper by Leon Kossoff. The exhibition will include around 40 works (a combination of etchings and drawings) made after paintings by some of the Old Masters of Western art: Cezanne, Goya, Poussin, Rembrandt, Titian, and Veronese among others.
From Nov 4, 2014 - Jan 10, 2015, the contemporary art and design gallery will present 'Cool World', an exhibition of never before seen works from the artists’ ‘Beast’ series. These designs will be on view in tandem with the artists’ installation ‘Advocates for the Sexual Outsider’, exhibited at Design Miami/ Basel; ‘Accretion’ ceramics, the debut of a series of paintings in handmade frames; and ‘Animal Party’, the print the brothers developed with Flavor Paper for the Wallpaper* handmade exhibition.
This year, the Serralves Foundation in Portugal celebrates two major milestones: the 25th anniversary of the Foundation, and the 15th anniversary of the Serralves Museum. Over the past 25 years, the Foundation has exhibited a collection of contemporary art including outdoor sculptures like this playful ‘Plantoir’ by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje Van Bruggen. Click here to learn about the special exhibitions and events that have been planned in honor of the anniversaries.
Storm King will honor Alexander S. C. Rower, President and Founder of the Calder Foundation in recognition of his accomplishments in maintaining the artist’s legacy.
The celebration, taking place October 8, 2014 at the Four Seasons Restaurant in New York City, will be a cocktail reception followed by a seated dinner accompanied by a live auction of works by various artists including Zhang Huan, Richard Serra, and George Rickey.
All proceeds will benefit Storm King’s exhibitions and programs. For ticketing information, click here, or e-mail email@example.com.
Alexander Calder, ‘Five Swords’, 1976. © 2014 Calder Foundation Photo by Jerry L. Thompson.
“One day I held up two pieces of wood, pushed them together and, incredibly, they conveyed strong and specific emotion. It was identifiable emotion but with no story explaining it, a disembodied emotion I could not fathom or explain. I felt like I had been hit on the head with a hammer. I realized all at once that it might be possible to communicate abstract emotion and ideas directly with objects, instead of indirectly with language.” — Richard Nonas (“Richard Nonas with Alex Bacon,” Brooklyn Rail, March 4, 2013.)
An exhibition of work by Richard Nonas will be on view at Fergus McCaffrey from September 10–October 25, 2014.
Sharjah’s Heritage Area—home to Sharjah Art Foundation's art spaces where art lovers will gather from March 5–June 5, 2015 to experience large-scale public installations, performances, films, and more during Sharjah Biennial 12 (SB12).
Faena Buenos Aires will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a fun indoor neo-disco roller rink at the Faena Arts Center (FAC)
From October 10-13, the entire Faena district in Buenos Aires will come to life with a series of art installations and special events. The FAC will inaugurate the weekend celebrations with ‘angeles veloces arcanos fugaces’, a site-specific roller dancing installation by duo ‘assume vivid astro focus’ (avaf) that features music by French comedienne, drag artist, and celebrity DJ, Lady Bunny.
The Faena Arts Center invites both the local Buenos Aires skate community, professional roller-dancers, and the general public to participate, dance, and skate at the arts center, underlining Faena’s commitment to participatory and interactive, holistic art experiences.
Mike Kelley’s Ink and Collage Works at Skarstedt
From September 11 – October 25 Skarstedt will present ‘Mike Kelley: Reconstructed History’, an exhibition featuring Kelley’s ink and collage works on paper created in 1989, offering new insights into a lesser-explored area of the artist’s diverse oeuvre. The exhibition will feature the original 50 illustrations from Kelley’s ‘Reconstructed History’ series and will be on view at Skarstedt’s Chelsea location (550 W. 21st Street).