3. Inside Out

Inside Out, March 2012.

Investigation of exposure—by aggressive or subversive means—seeking out a truth that is just out of reach, but known to all in the room. Exhibition includes David Altmejd, Matthew Barney, Gordon Matta-Clark, Nick Cave, David Goodman, Nick Mauss, Mika Rottenberg, Jon Kessler, and Richard Prince.

David Altmejd, Untitled (The Watchers). 2011.
Plaster, burlap, wood

Matthew Barney, DJED,  2009-2011  Cast iron and graphite block

Godon Matta-Clark, Splitting: Four Corners, 1979. Installation, Building Fragments.

Nick Cave,  Soundsuit . 2011. dogwood twigs, wire, upholstery, and mannequin

David Goodman, Twisted Torso, 2012. Paint, Suede Cord, Plastic, Charcoal on Paper

Nick Mauss, Insert, 2009. Wood, Paper and Ink

Mika Rottenberg, Mary Boone with Cube, 2010, Digital C-print (one part of a variable installation), Video duration: 20 minutes; overall dimensions variable

Jon Kessler, Theater of Ideas, 2005. Mixed media with monitors, cameras, motors, aluminum, toy soldiers and acrylic

Richard Prince, Do I Seem Insecure, 1989
Acrylic and silkscreen on canvas