Thursday, July 18th, 6-9pm, 2019
601Artspace, 88 Eldridge St., NYC
Organized by Gabriela Vainsencher
Install/Deinstall is a 3-hour long group exhibition that condenses the three main events in the life cycle of every show: the installation of the work, opening night, and deinstallation of the exhibition. Artists included in the show will bring their self portraits with them to the opening and install them upon arrival. When they are ready to leave, they will deinstall and take their work with them.
While some of the works in the show will be straight-forward self portraits, many of the artists included in this exhibition do not work in a representational manner, and have been invited to create their own riff on the concept. Each artist brings two versions of themselves to the exhibition: one is their actual physical person, and the other is their visual echo, the self portrait, which like a persistent shadow insists on following the artist in and out of the gallery. The exhibition will spring into being, exist ephemerally as works are added and taken away, and then disappear, along with the last artist leaving the opening.
Artists in the exhibition:
Samantha Adams Reut Asimini Tirzah Bassel Keren Benbenisty Ryan Brennan Jude Broughan Lindsay Burke Sari Carel Noa Charuvi Kim Dacres Jennifer Dalton Mira Dayal Hsini Des Jamie Diamond Janna Dyk Ira Eduardovna Kate Elliot Derek Fordjour Pricsilla Fusco Marie-Noële Guex Susan Hamburger Bang Geul Han + Steven Mygind Pedersen Nora Herting Seong Eun Hong David Howe Lisa Iglesias Sareh Imani Roxanne Jackson Katarina Jerinic Jac Lahav Elizabeth Tannie Lewin Sharon Madanes Katy McCarthy Summer McCorckle Andrew McNay Sara Mejia Kriendler Naomi Miller Patrick Mohundro Megan Pahmier Alexander Perrelli Sofi Quirno Paul Ramirez Jonas Rebecca Riley Jason Rondineli Arkadiy Ryabin Naomi Safran Hon Gabriela Salazar Sara Shaoul Zorawar Sidhu Elisabeth Smolarz Elisa Soliven Jane Swavely Kevin Swenson Fabian G Tabibian Tattfoo Tan Michael Wilson
PAIRS: an evening celebrating friendship among women in the artworld
A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Mary Beth Edelson, Death of Patriarchy/ A.I.R. Anatomy Lesson, 1976
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