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El Anatsui

Top Exhibitions Opening this Week in New York (Oct. 13—19)

By Olivia Swider

October 17, 2014


Gillian Jagger: “What Was And Is” at David Lewis
October 14 – November 16
88 Eldridge Street
Gillian Jagger has lived and worked on a rural property in New York State about 100 miles north of New York City since 1978. Jagger has received awards from The Nancy Graves Foundation, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, Anonymous Was a Woman and The Lewis Comfort Tiffany Foundation.


Stas Orlovski: “Pastoral” at Mixed Greens
October 16 – November 15
531 West 26th Street
Mixed Greens announces “Pastoral”, their fifth solo exhibition with Los Angeles-based artist Stas Orlovski. In addition to new paintings and drawings, Orlovski will present a multi-media installation incorporating wall drawing, collage, and stop-motion animation.


Nick Doyle: “Steven” at Invisible-Exports
October 17 – November 23
Opening: October 17, 6-8pm
89 Eldridge Street
Doyle grew up in Los Angeles, in what he describes as “a space of double history” — an environment suffused with cinematic memories not his own through which he nevertheless found himself projecting his own semi-cinematic fantasies.


Anton Perich: “Electric Paintings 1978-2014” at Postmasters Gallery
October 18 – November 22
Opening: October 18, 5:30-8pm
54 Franklin Street
Postmasters announces the first large-scale exhibition of Anton Perich’s electric paintings, which includes a full range of early and recent work, both abstract and figurative. The exhibition will also include screenings of a selection of Perich’s art world ur-reality TV series, which aired on Manhattan’s public access cable channel beginning in 1973.

Kay Hassan: “Everyday People” at Jack Shainman Gallery
October 18 – November 15
Opening: October 18, 6-8pm
20th Street
Kay Hassan was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1956. He’s best known for his large scale ‘constructions’ made of torn, reconfigured, and pasted pieces of printed billboard posters.

El Anatsui at Jack Shainman Gallery
October 18 – November 15
Opening: October 18, 6-8pm
24th Street
El Anatsui is an internationally acclaimed artist who transforms simple materials into complex assemblages that create distinctive visual impact. He uses resources typical discarded such as liquor bottle caps and cassava graters to create sculpture that defies categorization.


Tommy Hartung: “THE BIBLE” at On Stellar Rays
October 19 – December 17
Opening: October 19, 6-8pm
1 Rivington Street
“THE BIBLE” is an animated sci-fi docudrama, sourcing the narrative structure and archival content of the Old Testament to create a cinematic derive of fictitious news footage. The video investigates Hartung’s personal experiences with evangelicalism; broader cultural familiarity with biblical violence and sensationalism; and the atemporal and subjective recording of historic information that is specific to the Bible.

Anton PerichDavid LewisEl AnatsuiGillian JaggerInvisible ExportsJack Shainman GalleryKay HAssanMixed GreensNick DoyleOn Stellar RaysPostmasters GalleryStas OrlovskiTommy Hartung


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