Entering the final Fall—by the Mayan calendar our last on Earth—still remains connected to a return to educational environments. These environments are stifling. The artists included in this show present works that re-represent personal search and indivduality of form. Collection of constant youth speaks to the reality that artist vision develops, regardless of environment but always informed by it.
Carol Bove, “At home in the universe,” 2001. Two woodshelves with columns, 10 books, brackets, steel clips, 61,6 x 77,5 x 25,4 cm.
David Goodman, Before Berlin. Composition 6. 2012. Paint, Handmade Paper, Suede Cord, Graphite, Magic Pencil on Paper. 36 x 48 in
Jay Paavonpera, UNTITLED (Assemblage). 36″ x 48″ x 5″. Spackling paste and iron oxide on steel panel, found wood frame, found gilt frame, masking tape, wire, and wood stretcher bars, 2012
Nate Lowman. Anger Management Trilogy #2 (2010). Paint on Canvas. 48 x 48 in.
Dan Colen, Get High, 2006. Painting – Enamel and molding paste on plywood. 60 x 80 inches.
Peter Coffin. Sculpture Silhouette Prop (R.Serra ‘One ton prop’ 1969). Mixed Media. Dimensions Variable. 2007
Jacob Kassay, Untitled. Emulsion on Linen, 36 x 48 in. 2011
Huma Bhabha, J.C. 2006. Mixed Materials (Clay, Metal, Paint)
James Powers, FUN. 2012. Altered Digital Print. Dimensions Variable.
Frank Stella, 1976 BMW CSL ART CAR
Dan Graham, Rock My Religion, 1982-1984
Mike Kelley, An Ever Swelling Vista