Guillermo Kuitca's landmark 1992 work, "Le Sacre", is a thorough and official must see in New York right this minute. Context provided from the Sperone Westwater press release post-jump
New York Art Scene
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Josephine Meckseper Untitled, 2010 Three chrome stands and fluorescent fixture : Dimensions variableSubmitted by Wayne on Wed, 2010-09-01 18:18.
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CURRENT VIEWING: The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today August 1 – November 1, 2010: MOMASubmitted by Wayne on Wed, 2010-07-21 19:15.
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"Celebrated for his ephemeral modifications of the urban landscape, Nihalani wields an abstract narrative of isometric shapes and flamboyant hues grounded in quiet irony and idiosyncratic precision. The fluidity of the young Brooklyn-based tape specialist’s simple, colorful style, which employs familiar shapes to produce unexpected visuals, initiates an inviting, living dialogue that traverses the chaos of city streets, the white walls of the gallery and the constancy of home."
Submitted by Wayne on Thu, 2010-06-24 18:57.
The work is situated in an open space between matter and memory. This is where I wander and where the construction of a space linked to the development of psychic phenomena is expressed in twists in dimensions and intensities, in combinations that determine changes of pace and place the viewer on the threshold of a physical and mental experience, mobilizing his shoes as much as his mind.