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    Dylan Bailey’s sculpture on view at Robert Blumenthal Gallery in the group show, Ain’tings, curated by Ryan Steadman. Opening is tonight from 6-8pm and the show runs through April 26.

    Photo:
    Dylan Bailey
    Untitled
    2013
    found wood table and plastic
    71 1/2 x 36 x 28 1/4 inches

    Cura reports on Richard Artschwager at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Paloma. 

The exhibition Richard Artschwager! at the Nouveau Musée is the last leg of a traveling exhibition which began at the Whitney Museum, New York in 2012, traveling to the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and the Haus der Kunst, Munich. The retrospective, gathering together 135 works, will be on view in Monaco through May 11, 2014. If you find yourself in Monaco, be sure to stop by!

    Cura reports on Richard Artschwager at the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco – Villa Paloma.

    The exhibition Richard Artschwager! at the Nouveau Musée is the last leg of a traveling exhibition which began at the Whitney Museum, New York in 2012, traveling to the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles and the Haus der Kunst, Munich. The retrospective, gathering together 135 works, will be on view in Monaco through May 11, 2014. If you find yourself in Monaco, be sure to stop by!

    Tomorrow from 12-5pm: Last day to see Gavin Turk's solo presentation at The Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory.

    Come by and see us at Booth A8, Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street.

    David Hartt: The Republic opens tomorrow!

    Join us for an opening reception this Thursday, March 6, 6-8pm

    David Nolan Gallery
    527 W. 29th St.
    New York, NY 10001

    MONACO - Richard Artschwager!, the most comprehensive retrospective of the artist’s work to date, opens tomorrow at the Nouveau Musée National, Monaco. For more information, please visit the NMNM’s website.

    Richard Artschwager (b. 1923), Description of Table, 1964. Melamine laminate on plywood, 26 1/8 × 31 7/8 × 31 7/8 inches

    Richard Artschwager (b. 1923), Untitled, 1962. Acrylic on canvas, 45 1/2 × 61 inches

    At David Nolan Gallery, we are getting excited about The Republic, an exhibition of new works by David Hartt opening on March 6th. Read about the exhibition on our website.

    Kate Messinger visits Steve DiBenedetto in his Long Island City studio to discuss his “chaotic yet fluid paintings”, which have been featured at MoMA and the Whitney. Read the full interview at thewildmagazine.com.

    Photographs by Kacie Tomita.

    Since 1995, artist Gavin Turk has been making neon sculptures, most of which have been sitting untouched in his studio. A recent invitation from The Bowes Museum spurred him into dusting them down and grouping them into an exhibition, which opened recently in Country Durham.

    [top] ‘Port’, 2012, is a series of nine half-open doors in different colours, which follows on from his bronze casts of ajar doorways
    [bottom] ‘Light’, 2009


    Gavin Turk explains his fascination with the egg as a symbol: “When I was a child, I had a magic egg that would appear in my dreams and chase away anything bad.”

    Read more at wallpaper.com.

    Adam Mrlik talks to Steve DiBenedetto about his new show at Half Gallery

    "The feeling you get while walking up the steps of Bill Powers’ Half Gallery is reminiscent of walking into a classic Upper East side townhouse with great bones. Perched above his wife Cynthia Rowley’s flagship digs, artist Steve DiBenedetto was present for his over the top multi-channel collage opening.

    Coining the term “konstructshuns,” the multi-media work is both very intense and diverse — not only material, but subject matter alike — merging the line between playful and dark, with biomorphic shapes and cosmic symbolism. I was lucky enough to catch DiBenedetto mid-drink for a couple quick questions. The show runs January 23rd thru February 25th. Steve’s paintings are also held permanently at The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Denver Art Museum.”

    Read the full BlackBook interview here

    David Hartt releases new publication at LA Art Book Fair
    January 17, 2014

    LOS ANGELES—On Saturday, February 1st, artist David Hartt will release his new publication, Belvedere, at the LA Art Book Fair. The book includes photographs by the artist, as well as a conversation with Berlin-based architect and writer Markus Miessen.

    David Hartt will discuss Belvedere at the LA Art Book Fair on Saturday, February 1st, at 1:00pm. Belvedere‘s subject is the Mackinac Center for Public Policy; a conservative free market think tank and the originators of the Overton Window. Hartt will be joined by publishers Martine Syms (Dominica) and Jeff Khonsary (New Documents) in a conversation about the implicit value proposition of the frame. Presented by New Documents.

    More about the LA Art Book Fair here: http://laartbookfair.net/

    More about Markus Miessen can be found on his website here: http://www.studiomiessen.com/category/the-studio/

    Image: David Hartt, Cubicles at the Mackinac Center for the Public Policy, Midland, Michigan, 2008, Archival Pigment Print mounted to Dibond and framed, 48 x 60 inches. Edition of 6, 1 AP.