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21,2007 AARON YOUNGGreeting card Seventh Regiment Armory643 Park Avenue, in any doubt through SundayIf, we live in a reasonable fax in the Gilded Age, it disappeared in the "greeting card" on Monday night, the giant pigment of Aaron Young --by-
In the vast motorcycle spectacle, empty-
Drill Hall of the seventh Armory
In nearly 10 minutes, a dozen cyclists were in a 72-by-128-
The surface of the foot of the plywood, burning random lines in a layer of black paint to reveal the shade of fluorescent orange below.
The "greeting card" is named after a painting of 1944 Jackson Pollock, based on Harold Rosenberg's description of the abstract expressive canvas as "a stage that can be performed", which is exponentially
This is a very powerful action painting.
Hundreds of art and fashion residents attended the meeting, watching from high balconies and bleachers.
Watching gladiators in the Roman arena is not far awayFar-fetched analogy
After the show, had a drink in the Baron Tiffany's room in the Armory, had dinner on the long table with a black tablecloth on the table, which is Toby of Sotheby's
The "greeting card" is a bit thin and not as interesting as expected.
Attacking the senses through noise and smoke seems to be the point.
In addition, some viewers said the event was plagued by the result of over-familiarity: The world's largest Brice Marden painting; graffiti-
The history of vehicles is also very long.
Basic art and painting that no brush can cope.
All the precedents that operate under the Pollock logo include Michael Heizer (
Motorcycle hovering in the desert)
Ulai and Abu Movic (
A truck circling the yard)
Two motorcycles circled the Isle of Wight).
Richard Jackson, Rebecca Horn, and Roxy Paine have all built machines for making paintings.
Yves Klein is famous for women who use blue paint.
Andy Warhol uses urine, from (male)source.
Rudy Steinger uses museum visitors, which he is currently certified in the tin paper room at the Whitney Museum exhibition.
The ad is still, the Armory tour from 10. m. to 6 p. m.
Every day is worth it, partly for the majesty of the empty building itself.
But his size.
Young's efforts are amazing, and neon tones without neon lights have wonderful brightness.
The tourists who happened to be there on Wednesday saw it.
The young director Wink 1100 is a professional stunt rider and a leading motorcyclist who is pushing the job.
These increases may weaken the dramatic and random nature of the original events;
Even added a crude oil signature (“A. Y. ’07”).
But the work has improved, and he is more excited to watch the Blink himself than to watch more cyclists get in and out of the smoke.
The work was produced by the Art Production Fund under the sponsorship of a dozen private collectors, foundations and businesses, including Target, with a final cost of about $220,000.
After the "greeting card" was removed on Sunday night,
Young will divide its 288 panels into separate paintings ranging from a single panel to up to 150.
These will then begin a second life as works that can be sold will be hung on the wall.
Maybe they will buy it.
Be young enough to come up with a more profound way to create paintings or other art.
35 West 22 street, Chelsey Sept. 29The decade-old Winnipeg-
The art collective, known as the royal art Cottage, promotes a surreal style of peaceful countryside, taking Marcel Dzama's Earth as an example
A picture of the tone ink of naughty forest creatures.
Over the past few years, Jonathan pipicchuk, a founding member, wisely demarcated his own more tragic territory.
Last fall, his fourth solo at Petzel reconfigured the device originally commissioned by the Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art as its first exhibition "meditation in an emergency ".
The work "pushing the weight around the world and I'll watch this crush you" has been scaled down to fit the smaller of the two galleries at Petzel, but it's still notable.
Made of materials cleaned up on city streets, it's a smaller-than-
The shantytowns of the size of life, with puppet-like residents, have as much responsibility for Jim Henson and Mike Kelly. (
I also thought about the sculpture environment of the red groom. )
Filling numbers for legs and width
Set, eyes double of reptiles
The first mini beer can, leaned over the rough cracked pipe, urinated a pile of disgusting resin puddles.
As a reflection on the social and physical consequences of the "white flight", the article could not have had an impact at Chelsea, as in Detroit's once-abandoned car dealership. Still, Mr.
Pipichuk made a complicated and crazy quilt with old socks and cashmere cloth, passing through the ruins of a troubled American city, while paying tribute to the residents for their dirty work.
Karen Rosenberg super visual art gallery 26 th Street West.
29 Murakami's "Little Boy" in Japanese society in 2005 is one of the best artists
Planning performance in recent memory. Part of Mr.
Haruki Murakami's "super flat" trilogy shows the compression of art and pop culture and the influence of the two cultures
The three-dimensional media in Japanese contemporary art, such as comics and anime.
Despite the obvious pun in the title, Sir.
Murakami has not been cited in "Super Phat", which is a display of works by alumni of the School of Visual Arts in Japan or living in Japan.
The gallery's press release notes that "phat" is "cool" American slang, but it's African-American
American etymology is also ignored.
Most of the content here is similar to the sanitized, less complex version that appears in the "super plane" program.
As an illustrator, Qingshui Yuzi became famous for himself and represented by Dr. psychedelic. Seuss-
Such as striped socks and twisted lines in the suit.
In a photo of/Megumi Akiyoshi, she walks around New York in a fashion-imitating body Gallery
The intoxicating art or style of Mori son on display in the Harajuku district of Tokyo. Kawaii (or “cuteness”)
Inspired by Japanese pop culture, it appears in the whimsical New York board game of Ebata Yazi, or a small painting by Aki Morita, painted with a stick attached to it
The videos of Nguyen Zhengren, Watanabe Qianqiu, Iijima qianka and Zach Layton add to the travel element, while OK Okada, Sasaki Kanzi and Guanshan are too wide
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The sponsored program presents obvious challenges.
But the security approach taken here is reviving the old question of whether the college is taming or releasing creativity. For where Mr.
Murakami's vision is fascinating, disturbing and revealing, and the "Super Phat" is surprisingly harmless and tedious.
On October, 24 Chelsea West Street, Martha Swindon Adam Helmand Marianne bozkiwan.
6 meticulous and outstanding by Adam Holmes
Research drawings, see P. S.
The Walker Art Center invented a tribe of fictional fighters called the new frontier army ".
The border was not specified, but the militia wore buffalo masks on their uniforms.
It was his first solo at Chelsea.
Holmes set this out, with mixed results.
A series of screen printing on Vellum provides a notorious encyclopedia for Warhol's "13 Most Popular men.
"The Dark Hood stacked on the face in historical photos links Chechen rebels with Civil War soldiers;
They also inevitably summoned photographs of torture detainees.
In the main room, three charcoal paintings were inspired by the description of the novelist COMAC McCarthy of the "crumpled bouchervin Mountains", but not improved.
"The area may be north of Pakistan, the Rocky Mountains, or the rear.
Beyond revelation. Two large-
The center of the exhibition is proportional sculpture.
One is made up of a Buffalo stuffed in a slot;
The beast was neither assembled nor bitten much.
The bigger and more interesting work is two.
Story plywood command station based on abandoned fortress.
You can see some clear photos and postcards from the side, showing the view of the West, but as a Tatlin-
It's more like a sculpture as a hiding place.
If there's any sign of Joseph Conrad's little frame photo,
Holmes seems to be attracted by the vague terrain of physics and morality.
However, his cold anthropology speech folded the front lines of the past and present, the West and the Middle East too neatly.
Karen Rosenberg Sadie Benninger is a waterflower orchard at 47 Orchard Street, Lower East Side, on October.
In early 1990, Sadie Benning was recognized for the first time by wunderkind, when she showed a video made with toy Fisher
Price of Pixelvision camera.
The videos attracted Ms.
Benning's experience as a lesbian teenager fully conforms to an identity --
Obsessed moments when young, independent
The feminist movement like Riot Grrrl is booming.
In recent years, Ms.
The 34-year-old has been away from the medium she agrees.
The show includes a flashing Pixelvision video: on 2003, "a liner" is a close-up shot of a pen drawing a line on a paper placed on a light box.
Display of paintings and sculptures
Benning is far from image, autobiography and narrative.
A series of untitled "paintings" made with colored pencils on the binding board is like a quirky, washed --
A white plaster Square fills the void on the wall where Lawrence Weiner is installed, like a naughty Malevich redux.
In the middle of the gallery is a turntable and a vinyl album with four white sleeves from which you can choose your performance soundtrack. Ms.
Benning made a flop.
Make a style recording by sampling from her record collection and pressing "play" and "pause" on the cassette recorder.
Moderate user size
Lady, friendly and gentle to eyes and ears
Benning's current parliament looks different from her previous efforts.
More fun, more happy.
But this is very consistent with the method of navigating between folk authenticity and art --
Advertising this is not a show that an unknown artist will notice.
However, this is for Ms.
Self-Spirit of banning
Determined to do what she is interested in any model or media she likes and keep the artI. Y. process.
A version of this review by Martha swindener appears on page E37 of The New York edition with the title: Art in the review.
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