Installation: Call and Response @ Gavin Brown

“Call and Response,” an enormous group show hung salon-style in the back gallery at Gavin Brown, includes many of the artists whose work comprises “The Forever Now,” but the work selected by Gavin Brown, in a context both more cogent and more expansive, seems genuinely of the moment. Some abstract paintings are included, but, for the most part, a loose form of representation rules. The show is notable not only for whose work is included, but for the artists whose work is not. Another reminder that the art world can be like the stock market: one day you’re up, the next day you’re down. Here are some shots of the installation. Click images to enlarge.

[Image at top: Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Bjarne Melgaard, John Seal, Avery Singer, Scott Reeder, Tala Madani, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Trevor Shimizu, Charline von Heyl, bendix Harms, Leah Glenn, Jess Fuller. ]

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Sophie von Hellermann, Julia Wachtel, Chris Martin, Torey Thornton, Henry Taylor, Allison Katz, Bjarne Melgaard, John Seal, Avery Singer, Scott Reeder, Tala Madani, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Trevor Shimizu, Charline von Heyl, bendix Harms, Leah Glenn, Jess Fuller. 

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Sanya Kantarovsky, Kianja Strobert, Rebecca Morris, Merlin Carpenter, Ken Okiishi, John Miller, Ida Ekblad, Tyler Dobson, Josh Smith, Eric Palgon, Peiter Schoolwerth, David Korty, Blake Rayne, Sadie Laska, Sean Landers, Sophie von Hellermann, Julia Wachtel, Chris Martin, Torey Thornton, Henry Taylor, Allison Katz.

 Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Caragh Thuring, Silke Otto-Knapp, Will Benedict, Raina Hamner, Uri Aran, Van Hanos, Dave Milko, Sanya Kantarovsky, Kianja Strobert, Rebecca Morris, Merlin Carpenter, Ken Okiishi, John Miller, Ida Ekblad, Tyler Dobson, Josh Smith, Eric Palgon, Peiter Schoolwerth, David Korty, Blake Rayne, Sadie Laska, Sean Landers.
Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Amelie von Wulffen, Fredrik Vaerslev, Tyson Reeder, Nick Mauss, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Michael Williams, Michael Krebber, Matt Connors, Antek Walczak, Brendan Cass, Michela Eichwald, Vittorio Brodmann, Kerstin Bratsch, Joe Bradley, Mathieu Malouf, Katherine Bernhardt, Brian Belott, Jane Euler.

Installation view, Gavin Brown. From left to right: Vittorio Brodmann, Kerstin Bratsch, Joe Bradley, Mathieu Malouf, Katherine Bernhardt, Brian Belott, Jane Euler., Gedi Sebony.

 

Call and Response,” Gavin Brown, West Village, New York, NY. Through February 28, 2015.

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