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Our May lineup extends from New York to Hong Kong. New Yorkers will be excited to see Math Bass at P.S.1. Bass’ basic formal language finds its voice in the artist’s “Newz!” paintings, recent sculptures, and a new video created specifically for this show. Also on our radar is Odetta‘s group show entitled “Textual.” This material-based exhibit offers a close look at the intersection of language and form within four artists work. The California-based artist, John Burtle, makes his first visit to Clifton Benevento. Burtle has put together an ecosystem set to evolve over the six week exhibit, wherein the works in the show will be edited, added to, and essentially, re-hung. Mark Grotjahn returns to Blum & Poe in L.A. for his seventh solo exhibition. The artist’s well-known palette-knifed scraped paintings continue to evolve in this suite of fifteen “Face” paintings. With intricately layered impasto, Grotjahn’s surfaces continue to plumb their way between the tactile and optical. Angela Bulloch‘s solo show at Simon Lee in Hong Kong reveals her ongoing interest in physics and mathematics. For her show, “Universal Mineral,” she has created Pixel box sculptures, returned to her early “Drawing Machines,” and has even created electronic simulations of the night sky.
Mark Grotjahn, “Fifteen Paintings” at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
May 1 – June 20, 2015
Math Bass, “Off the Clock” at MoMA PS1, New York
May 3 – August 31, 2015
“Textual” at Odetta, New York
April 24 – May 31, 2015
Featuring: Leonardo Benzant, Annette Cords, Elana Herzog, Ken Weathersby
Angela Bulloch, “Universal Mineral”, at Simon Lee, Hong Kong
May 21 – July 4, 2015