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All images courtesy Bethanie Brady Artist Management / photos by Billy Farrell / BFA.com
Made in Space
2003
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Top NYC Exhibitions
Opening this Week
(July 8 – 12)

By Olivia Swider

July 10, 2013

MONDAY

Robert Arneson: “Early Work” at David Zwirner
July 8 – August 9
Opening: July 8, 6-8PM
537 West 20th Street
Closely associated with the countercultural California Funk movement of the 1960s, Arneson was integral in elevating ceramics from mere craft to a valid form of aesthetic expression. This exhibition brings together a grouping of Arneson’s seldom seen early works that simultaneously demonstrates the genesis of his unique artistic vocabulary and the underscores his tremendous influence on generations of artists working in clay.

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Made in Space
2003

THURSDAY

“Crossing the Line: Contemporary Drawing and Artistic Process” at Mixed Greens
July 11 – August 16
Opening: July 11, 6-8PM
531 West 26th Street
“Crossing the Line: Contemporary Drawings and Artistic Process” is a group exhibition co-curated by Dexter Wimberly and Larry Ossei-Mensah. This exhibition features new works by a group of emerging female artists hailing from Nigeria, the Dominican Republic/Haiti, South Korea, Trinidad, Iran and the United States. All are exploring drawing within the context of their dynamic artistic practices and re-defining how drawing fits into the broader global contemporary art conversation. The exhibiting artists are Ruby Onyinyechi Amanze, Firelei Báez, Oasa Sun DuVerney, Sanam Enayati, and Heeseop Yoon.

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Upside Down Landscape In-Out Black Goat
2008

“On Deck” at Marc Straus
July 11 – August 23
Opening: July 11, 6-8PM
299 Grand Street
Fourteen artists from ten countries will queue up for this year’s summer show at Marc Straus providing an overview of the gallery’s 2013-14 season programming. Nine artists are on the gallery roster with an additional five represented by their first inclusion in a US gallery. Jeffrey Gibson, Martha Mysko, and Charles Hinman are amongst the list of exhibiting artists.

“Folk Devil” at David Zwirner
July 11 – August 2
Opening: July 11, 6-8PM
525 West 19th Street
The exhibition’s title is a reference to sociologist Stanley Cohen’s description of the British media’s hostile reaction towards deviant youth groups in the 1960s, and embodies a deep-rooted fear of subcultures and the morally aberrant. “Folk Devil” presents a comment on the tendency to create artificial connections between a group of individuals, while it also contains a self-referential statement on the yearly summer shows held at many art galleries under various umbrella themes. Ryan McGinley, Jason Rhoades, Oscar Tuazon, franz West, and Marlene Dumas are amongst the list of exhibiting artists.

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Call Me Lover
1965

“Made in Space” at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise & Venus Over Manhattan
July 11 – August 10
Opening: July 11, 6-9PM
620 Greenwich Street & 980 Madison Avenue
“Made in Space” is a group show featuring work from over 30 artists, including Lucas Blalock, Vanessa Conte, William Leavitt, Rebecca Morris, and Aaron Wrinkle. Curated by Peter Harkawik and Laura Owens, this exhibition will be held in conjunction with Gavin Brown’s Enterprise and Venus Over Manhattan.

SATURDAY

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All images courtesy Bethanie Brady Artist Management / photos by Billy Farrell / BFA.com

“LAT. 41° 7′ N., LONG. 72° 19′ W” at Martos Gallery
July 13 – September 2
Opening: July 13, 6-8PM
Summer Location: 12395 Main Road, East Marion, NY
Organized by Bob Nickas, and his fourth off-site exhibition for the gallery, the title refers to the coordinates of the property. Many of the works have been made expressly for the show, or have been conceived especially for the site—10 wooded acres which sits between Orient Harbor and Long Island Sound. A number of artists who are not usually associated with outdoor works will take advantage of the expansive “outdoor gallery” that the natural setting provides. Over 66 participating artists, including Vito Acconci, Walead Beshty, Anna Conway, Trisha Donnelly, Virginia Overton, Nick Relph, Wolfgang Tillmans, and B. Wurtz.

Aaron WrinkleAnna ConwayB. WurtzBob NickasCalifornia FunkCharles HinmanDavid ZwirnerDexter WimberlyFirelei Báezfranz WestHeeseop YoonJason RhoadesJeffrey GibsonLarry Ossei-MensahLaura OwensLucas BlalockMarc StrausMarlene DumasMartha MyskoMartos GalleryMixed GreensNick RelphOasa Sun DuVerneyOscar TuazonPeter HarkawikRebecca MorrisRobert ArnesonRuby Onyinyechi AmanzeRyan McGinleySanam EnayatiStanley CohenTrisha DonnellyVanessa ConteVirginia OvertonVito AcconciWalead BeshtyWilliam LeavittWolfgang Tillmans

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