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Chip Paintings
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Top NYC Exhibitions
Opening this Week
(July 22 – 26)

By Olivia Swider

July 25, 2013


“Dead Inside” at Bleecker Street Arts Club
July 23 – August 31
Opening: July 23, 6-10PM
305 Bleecker Street
This group exhibition explores the diverse landscape of sculpture today and the dialogue between emerging artists and their mid-career and established predecessors. Curated by Max Wolf and Meghan Carleton.
John Chamberlain, Paul McCarthy, Sterling Ruby, and Agathe Snow are amongst the list of artists exhibiting.

Open Gallery

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Rachel Mason at Envoy Enterprises
July 11 – August 6
Performance: July 24, 7-8PM

87 Rivington Street
Filibuster curated by Tim Goossens is currently on view at Envoy Enterprises. This solo show marks the screening debut of Mason’s Filibuster which will be presented in its entirety, as a single channel video projection. The artist will present a special one hour live recreation on Wednesday evening July 24.

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“Paper or Plastic (Permitted, Colors, and Salt)” at Hundred Forsyth
July 26 – August 4
Opening: July 25, 7-9PM
100 a Forsyth Street
Hundred Forsyth is a temporary gallery space that began this past May and will run until August 2013. This space has a mission of hosting as many exhibitions as possible this summer. The upcoming “Paper or Plastic” includes works by Nobutaka Aozaki, Stephanie Gonzalez-Turner, Chad Gordon, Miller McCormick, Anna Miller, and Sam Stewart.

“Lightness of Being” presented by Public Art Fund at City Hall Park
July 25 – December 13
City Hall Park, Lower Manhattan (Bordered by Broadway, Chambers Street, Centre Street & Park Row)
Lightness of Being is an exhibition featuring 12 artists whose work displays a playful and irreverent attitude toward the formal ideas of classical sculpture. Everyday objects shift in scale to become larger than life or lose their functionality altogether; art historical references are transformed with a sense of wit and whimsy; and brightly colored objects and unusual forms bring a sense of levity to the exhibition. Olaf Breuning, Sarah Lucas, David Shrigley, and Franz West are amongst the list of artists in the exhibition.

Agathe SnowAnna MillerBleecker Street Arts ClubChad GordonCity Hall ParkDavid Shrigleyenvoy enterprisesEssex Streetfranz WestHundred ForsythJohn ChamberlainMax WolfMeghan CarletonMiller McCormickNobutaka AozakiOlaf BreuningPark McArthurPaul McCarthyPublic Art FundRachel MasonSam StewartSarah LucasStephanie Gonzales-TurnerSterling RubyTim Goossens


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