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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

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PRESS:

REVIEW of ‘The Times’ at The FLAG Art Foundation:

Tom McGlynn, The Brooklyn Rail (July-Aug 2017): Disappearing, Inc.

GROUP EXHIBITION:

Joy Garnett: Explosion, Yellow & White, 2009, oil on canvas. 32×26 inches
Installation view of The Times at The FLAG Art Foundation, 2017. Photography by Steven Probert.

The Times

June 1 – August 11, 2017

The FLAG Art Foundation
545 West 25th Street, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Joy Garnett will be included in the exhibition The Times (June 1 – August 11, 2017) at The FLAG Art Foundation, opening June 1 in its 9th floor gallery. Garnett’s painting Explosion, Yellow & White will be featured. The exhibition uses The New York Times as its point of departure and features over 80 artists, artist duos, and collectives who use the “paper of record” to address and reframe issues that have an impact on our everyday lives. Explosion, Yellow & White is part of a larger body of work that refers directly to journalistic photographs of climactic events.

FLAG Art Foundation – The Times – press release

Artists featured in The Times include: Becca Albee, Doug Ashford, Luke Butler, Anthony Campuzano, Suzanne Caporael, Nancy Chunn, Mike Cockrill, David Colman, Jennifer Dalton, NiiLartey De Osu, Anne Deleporte, Mark DeMuro, Richard Dupont, Elise Engler, Laura Fields, Avram Finkelstein, Joy Garnett, Skye Gilkerson, Robert Gober, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Matthew Hansel, Rachel Harrison, Lubaina Hibid, Theresa Himmer, David Hines, Becky Howland, On Kawara, Ellsworth Kelly, Agnieszka Kurant, Stephen Lack, William Ladd and Steven Ladd, Justen Ladda, Sean Landers, Paul Laster, Leigh Ledare, Elissa Levy, Jason Bailer Losh, Dashiell Manley, Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz, Stefana McClure, Dave McKenzie, Tom Molloy, Maynard Monrow, Aliza Nisenbaum, Lorraine O’Grady, Billy Pacak, Alexandra Penney, William Powhida, Dominic Quintana, Beth Reisman, Hunter Reynolds, Bruce Richards, Guy Richards Smit, Carlos Rolón/Dzine, Randall Rosenthal, Donna Ruff, Michael Scoggins, Lauren Seiden, Paul Sietsema, Adam Simon, Ken Solomon, Ruby Sky Stiler, Linda Stillman, Sarah Sze, Yuken Teruya, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Fred Tomaselli, Jim Torok, Panos Tsagaris, Phoebe Washburn, Evan Whale, Carmen Winant, Andrew Witkin, Yes Men, Mark Zawatski, and Angela Pulido Zorro, and more.

ARTNEWS: All the Art Fit to Show (And None of It Fake!): Flag Art Foundation Plans a Show About the ‘Times’, by Sarah Douglas Posted 02/24/17

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“New Year’s Day” (video 2:48 min.) is included in a special program of post-election screenings and symposia at Petzel Gallery, NY:

We need to talk…
Artists and the public respond to the present conditions in America
January 7 – February 11, 2017
Petzel Gallery, 456 West 18th Street
Something different for the month of January 2017, We need to talk… will try to address the myriad issues presented by the election results of November 8th.

More info…


MORE PRESS:

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Joy Garnett, “Poof (2)” (2010), oil on canvas, 91 x 60 cm (courtesy private collection, US)
Joy Garnett, “Poof (2)” (2010), oil on canvas, 91 x 60 cm (courtesy private collection, US)

Review of The Nuclear Culture Source Book (ed. Ele Carpenter; Black Dog Publishing, 2016):

The End of the World as we Know It, By Sadie Rebecca Starnes, Hyperallergic, Feb 5, 2017
The Nuclear Culture Source Book considers the “lived experience of the uncanny nature of radiation” ushered in by disasters such as Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and Fukushima.

Just as science fiction has become speculative fiction, the Great Acceleration, the Anthropocene, the Capitalocene and the Chthulucene now inundate theory, science and art.

Dr. Ele Carpenter, leader of the Nuclear Culture Research Group, has become a key figure in the interdisciplinary discussion of, and artistic response to, mankind’s self-destructive tendencies. The Nuclear Culture Source Book, a culmination of four years of research on nuclear material culture in technology and art, is her definitive introduction to Nuclear Culture and Aesthetics. As the volume’s editor, Carpenter has gathered the work of 60 artists and 12 writers working around the immateriality of radioactive isotopes, on site and in theory.

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PUBLICATIONS

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meaningM/E/A/N/I/N/G
The Final Issue

February 2017: Available for download as a pdf, 167 pages http://writing.upenn.edu/pepc/meaning/MEANING-2016.pdf

and here: MEANING-2016.pdf

For our 30th anniversary final issue, we asked long-time contributors and new friends to create images and write about where they place meaning today in the post-election period.

We invite you to live through this time with all of us in a spirit of impromptu improvisation and passionate care for our futures.

Susan Bee and Mira Schor

Contributors:
Alexandria Smith, Altoon Sultan, Ann McCoy, Aviva Rahmani,
Aziz+Cucher, Bailey Doogan, Beverly Naidus, Bradley Rubenstein,
Charles Bernstein, Christen Clifford, Deborah Kass,  Elaine Angelopoulos,
Erica Hunt, Erik Moskowitz + Amanda Trager, Faith Wilding,
Felix Bernstein and Gabe Rubin, Hermine Ford,  Jennifer Bartlett,
Jenny Perlin,  Johanna Drucker, Joseph Nechvatal, Joy Garnett and Bill Jones,  Joyce Kozloff,  Judith Linhares, Julie Harrison,
Kate Gilmore, Legacy Russell,  Lenore Malen,  LigoranoReese,
Mary D. Garrard, Martha Wilson, Matthew Weinstein,
Maureen Connor, Michelle Jaffé, Mimi Gross, Myrel Chernick,
Nancy K. Miller, Noah Dillon,  Noah Fischer, Peter Rostovsky,
Rachel Owens, Rit Premnath, Robert C. Morgan,
Robin Mitchell, Roger Denson, Sharon Louden, Sheila Pepe,
Shirley Kaneda, Susanna Heller, Suzy Spence, Tamara Gonzales
and Chris Martin, Tatiana Istomina, Toni Simon, William Villalongo

Susan Bee and Mira Schor, M/E/A/N/I/N/G, December 1986-December 2016

 


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