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ON VIEW: “Name It by Trying to Name It: Open Sessions 2014-15” has taken first floor of the museum over to an exploration of contemporary drawing, encompassing performance, video, sculpture, and installation, as well as traditional drawing forms. Initiated in 2014, Open Sessions is a new program at The Drawing Center through which a large group of artists consider their relationship to drawing as medium, process, and metaphor. On view through August 30. Wed-Sun 12-6pm | Thur 12-8pm #...

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#installation, #barbaraweissberger, #eleanoraldrich, #drawingcenter, #exploration, #video, #performance, #opensessions, #sculpture, #drawing, #repost

January 23, 2017 cécile dormeau
February 18, 2017
June 13, 2015 by inaniehoff
May 20, 2013 Austin Kamps

Painting by Michelle Fleck on display in “Salt the Skies” group show opening Friday, March 21st at #FFDG in San Francisco www.ffdg.net (at FFDG)

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February 6, 2014 selfeye

lacma: On this day, 50 years ago—August 11, 1965—the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts erupted in one of the most violent race rebellions in American history. A reaction to decades of oppression, economic disenfranchisement, and racial profiling endured by the African American community, the revolt left 34 people dead and devastated Watts, which was engulfed by fire for a week.  “We watched aghast the rioting, looting, and burning during the August happening. While the debris was still smolde...

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Join us for the evening opening of Open Sessions 7: Hibernating Plan on Thursday, July 14, 6-8pm. (Along with our Gabriel de las Mora opening) This group exhibition that considers drawing in relationship to the sense of suspended time inherent in planning. Featuring artists #ShereeHovsepian, #RafaelKelman, #ArnoldKemp, #ThessiaMachado, #SunMoqing, #SaraChangYan, and #TuguldurYondonjamts, the exhibition explores the notion of the “sketch” in relation to the instinct to hibernate, intuit, and mul...

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#shereehovsepian, #thessiamachado, #tugulduryondonjamts, #arnoldkemp, #sarachangyan, #sunmoqing, #opensessions, #rafaelkelman

poboh: Halloween Puzzle, October 27, 1901, John Sloan. American (1871 - 1951) - Watercolor, Pen and Ink, Graphite on Paper Board -

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September 14, 2016 aniara: Florencia Durante

PHOTO: JAMES NACHTWEY FOR TIMEWhat It’s Like to Photograph Hillary Clinton“It was a thought-provoking experience.”

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#james_nachtwey, #hillary_clinton, #elections, #presidential, #iowa

PHOTO: ANDREA AND MAGDA—NEUTRAL GREYSee How Tourists Have Deserted Egypt’s Sinai RegionEven before a Russian airplane crashed in the region, Sinai had been struggling to attract tourists

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#egypt, #sinai, #andrea_and_magda, #russia, #red_sea, #tourism, #arab_springs

April 28, 2013
April 23, 2016 Alex Katz
January 18, 2016 Daniel Heidkamp
January 6, 2017

lauriekang: Install views of Laurie Kang at Erin Stump Projects in Toronto  List of works: Untitled (wall) 50 sheets Ilford Multigrade IV RC Deluxe paper,photographic fixative 16” x 800” Untitled (floor) Dibond, 120” x 9”x 38” Untitled (Document of Untitled) Risographically printed, signed and numbered edition of 50

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December 31, 2012
February 2, 2014 petunia (by House Of Sims)

Dora Budor’s immersive environment, Adaptation of an Instrument (2016), continuously reacts to visitors’ presence: light pulses up and down the walls according to the level of activity within, in motions modeled after the neurological pathways in a human body. The presence of viewers also reanimates an image on the space’s ceiling: the amphibian rain scene in the 1999 film Magnolia. By incorporating thousands of special-effect prop frogs used in the film, the ceiling of the work serves to decons...

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#dora_budor, #dreamlands, #cinema, #immersive, #magnolia, #film, #art, #american_art, #contemporary_art, #installation, #whitney_museum, #whitney_museum_of_american_art

January 24, 2013 GILLES BOISVERT
May 7, 2017

Benny Olk and Erin Dowd in Crises, a 1960 Merce Cunningham work performed at the Whitney last week as part of Anywhere in Time: A Conlon Nancarrow Festival.Photograph by Andrea Mohin/The New York Times

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#merce_cunningham, #conlon_nancarrow, #dance, #art, #performance, #american_art, #whitney_museum, #whitney_museum_of_american_art, #new_whitney, #tbt, #throwback_thursday

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