The Evolution of God
Tower. Monika Sosnowska.
Peter Buggenhout at Gladstone Gallery
The exhibition Caterpillar Logic II features two large-scale installations, The Blind Leading the Blind #66 and The Blind Leading the Blind #67. I’ve found them breathtakingly awesome.
James Busby at Kravets Wehby
Wonderful minimalist compositions done with graphite, gesso, and acrylic by James Busby; currently showing at Kravets Wehby until February 15th.
Katharina Grosse – Just Two of Us
“Just Two of Us” is exhibition of sculpture by Katharina Grosse at Metrotech Commons in Brooklyn, organized by Public Art Fund.
Phil Collins at Tanya Bonakdar
Phil Collins. Sound installation and collaborative project with GULLIVER survival station for the homeless in Cologne. Ten 7 inch vinyl records, listening booths, turntables, amplifiers and speakers at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.
Agnes Denes. Pyramids of Conscience.
Reinhard Mucha. Hidden Tracks.
Reinhard Mucha, exhibition at Luhring Augustine.
Stunde Null, 2006 / Hennef, 2009
two-part work ensemble for the exhibition Hidden Tracks
free-standing sculpture Stunde Null
wood, float glass (display case), pedestal wood, oil paint print on bituminized feltbase (flooring), 6 parts of rails (model railway track 0) sheet steel, gaffer mold (found object) pear wood, steel wire, kiln (found object) stove enamel, steel, fire clay, cast iron
71.6 x 20.4 x 30.3 inches. (182 x 52 x 77 cm)
wall-mounted sculpture Hennef
aluminum, float glass, enamel painted on reverse of glass, wall panel lacquer paint, wood (found object), wooden plank (found object), canvas, industrial felt, blockboard
53.2 x 181.1 x 17.4 inches. (135.3 x 460 x 44.4 cm)
Freiheit für Berlin, 2008 / Minden, 2013
two-part work ensemble
free-standing sculpture Freiheit für Berlin
solid wood, float glass (display case), pedestal oil paint print on bituminized feltbase (flooring), blockboard, 3 footstools wood (found objects), 9 folding rulers aluminum, binding wire
71.9 x 30.3 x 20.3 inches. (182.6 x 77 x 52 cm)
wall-mounted sculpture Minden
aluminum, float glass, enamel painted on reverse of glass, carom billiard table rails with so-called diamonds, billiard cloth, cushion rubber (split found object), floorboards rests of different oil paints, resin and dispersion paints, plywood (found objects), canvas, felt, plywood, blockboard
66.85 x 166.14 x 19.61 inches. (169.8 x 422 x 49.8 cm)