Following up on Part 1
, Part 2 of my Weekend JPEG Report includes a trip to the Guggenheim to see the Christopher Wool 30-year retrospective, a little Kandinsky show, and Robert Motherwell’s early collages. Later I stopped by the open studios at 315 Berry Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to check out new work by Louise Belcourt, Dana Kane, Lars Swan, and Lori Ellison. And last but not least, on Sunday evening I went to the openings at Pocket Utopia and S & J Projects on the Lower East Side.
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,” Guggenheim, UES, New York, NY. Through January 22, 2013.
“Robert Motherwell: Early Collages,”
Guggenheim, UES, New York, NY. Through January 5, 2013.
“Vasily Kandinsky in Paris
,” Guggenheim, UES, New York, NY. Through January 5, 2013.
“Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson,” Pocket Utopia, LES, New York, NY. Through November 17, 2013.
“James Prez: Nothing Special,
” curated by Julie Torres, S & J Projects, lower level, LES, New York, NY. Through December 15, 2013.
“Bruno Miguel: Make Yourself at Home,
” S & J Projects, LES, New York, NY. Through November 17, 2013.
Installation of small work at Lars Swan’s studio
UPCOMING: ‘Painting 101,
” Sargent’s Daughters, LES, New York, NY. November 6 through December 7, 2013.
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