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Ryan Jennings Clark

The sculptural works of New york artist Ryan Jennings Clark, like Timeframe 1 (Compact), combine LCD screens, mirrors, light, and video, in this case, footage of the artist continuously painting a line—a meditation on depicting the infinite.

This is a repurposed compact with an LCD video player re-fitted into the top half of the hinged case. The case is propped open like a clamshell and the viewer watches the video as it is reflected into the mirror. The video shows the continuous painting of a horizontal line with vertical hashmarks. The mirror has the symbol of a line with endpoints and hashmarks etched into the surface. The mirror is framed by white plastic that is illuminated with filament bulbs. The sculpture rests on a piece of gloss black acrylic.

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VIDEO: Matthew Ritchie’s 10 Possible Links

Matthew Ritchie’s Ten Possible Links” at Andrea Rosen Gallery in Chelsea features paintings, a wall drawing, a sculpture, and a film. Ritchie works with diagrams inspired by the work of philosopher Graham Harman, who he worked with for the past year and a half. 

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“David Bowie Is” Documentary Scratches the Surface of Rock’s Cracked Actor

“You can see, here, how closely he controls every visual aspect of what he’s producing,” Broackes explains, pointing to Bowie’s hand-drawn concept art for the back of “Space Oddity” and noting how much it resembles the final product.

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Highlights From EXPO Chicago

The third edition of EXPO Chicago brought a well-rounded and impressive roster of international galleries to the city’s Navy Pier, many of whom weren’t afraid to showcase difficult work. The booths were complemented by Independent Curators International executive director Renaud Proch’s companion program, In/Situ, which brought generally massive sculpture and installations into the space, including a looming tornado of colorful plastic cast-offs by Jessica Stockholder, and a reproduction of Iraq’s Ishtar Gate (using newspaper and commercial packaging) by Michael Rakowitz, who also had a large-scale installation with Chicago-based Rhona Hoffman.

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Koons-Themed Kiddy Art Class, Tim Burton’s Artist Biopic, and More

The Voice Inside Your Head: Beckett’s “Embers” at BAM READ IT HERE

Uncovering Danh Vo’s Revelatory Practice Read it here…

Slideshow: Eddie Martinez Edges Toward Abstraction

5 Must-See Gallery Shows:

Kristen Schiele at Lu Magnus Gallery, through October 12 (55 Hester Street)

“It feels as modular and free as I can make it — lots of details, color, and textures,” says Kristen Schiele of the paintings, collages, and wall sculptures in her latest exhibition, “Spirit Girls.” Schiele — who recently gave birth to a baby girl — has created these works as a thought experiment, projecting the sort of environments her daughter might inhabit and encounter as she becomes a young adult. Overall, it’s a massive development of what the artist terms her “lo-fi punk vernacular,” with layered elements (silkscreen, airbrush, acrylic, oil, stamped pigment) combining to create vibrantly intricate vignettes. READ ON...

Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks Gallery, through October 25 (523 West 24th Street)

These painted-bronze sculptures elicit a strange mix of emotions, their phallic, distended Giacometti forms plumped with unexpected breasts and ornamented with pompoms. They’re both silly and noble, as are the hulking bronze rocks — lumpy and pattern-adorned — sitting on wheeled dollies. Warren mixes things up with a few more Minimalist pieces, like “You Are Quiet, I Will Be Too,” a steel, paper, and pompom wall sculpture that’s like an indecipherable sentence spelled out as a shelf.

Jason Rhoades at Zwirner Gallery, through October 18 (537 West 20th Street)

It seems like just yesterday that the Zwirner mini-empire invited a certain 20-something market darling to build a factory in one of their galleries, cranking out sugary candies along with a pervasive bad attitude. READ ON….

Fred Wilson at Pace Gallery, through October 18 (534 West 25th Street)

This array of conceptual work from 2004 through 2014 is punchy and pared-down, juggling a limited visual iconography (the design elements of African nations’ flags; bulbous blown-glass tear drops that appear to rain down the wall) and an almost entirely black-and-white tonal palette. “The Mete of the Muse,” 2006, pairs an “African” statue with a “European” one, mixing two very different visions of femininity, sexuality, and grace. 

Philippe Weisbecker at Zieher Smith & Horton, through October 4 (516 West 20th Street)

This show of intimate drawings, paintings, and sculptures at the newly rebranded gallery is full of tiny revelations. Scott Zieher, who met the French artist about a decade ago, describes Weisbecher’s complex appeal: He’s “deeply aware of Minimalism,” yet the work also has “the naivete of the opposite end of the emotional and conceptual spectrum in its vernacular, outsider feel.” 

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PULSE Names Miami 2014 Exhibitors

The Miami exhibitor lists keep on coming. Today, PULSE Miami Beach sent out its list of 2014 participants. With a new location on Indian Park Beach and a new layout that integrates the Impulse and Point sections into the main fair, Pulse will present a shiny new face in the Sunshine State from December 4 through 7.

Here’s the full list:

Art Mûr, Montreal, Canada: Jinny Yu

Ballast Projects, New York, NY: Russell Tyler (POINTS)

Beers Contemporary, London, UK: Faig Ahmed | Janneke Von Leeuwen | Tony Romano | Pawel Sliwinski

Black & White Gallery/Project Space, Brooklyn, NY: Michael Van den Besselaar

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York, NY: Yorgo Alexopoulos | Edward Burtynsky | Jim Campbell | Robert Currie | Airan Kang | Jimmy Nelson | Jose Parla

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY: Yapci Ramos

CC Gallery, Berlin, Germany: Maya Hayuk

Danziger Gallery, New York, NY: Christopher Bucklow | Susan Derges | Hendrik Kerstens | Karen Knorr  Jim Krantz | Corinne Vionner

Davidson Contemporary, New York, NY: Kiel Johnson | Darren Lago | Sam Messenger | Thomas Witte | Ghost Of A Dream

De Buck Gallery, New York, NY: Simon Vega | XOOOOX

De Soto Gallery, Venice, CA: Amelia Bauer | Brian Paumier | Ramona Rosales (IMPULSE)

DIA Galería, Mexico City, Mexico: César López-Negrete | Ricardo Paniagua

Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR: Ann Hamilton | Sean Healy | Isaac Layman | Julia Mangold | Anna Von Mertens

Front Room Gallery, Brooklyn, NY: Mark Masyga | Sasha Bezzubov

galerieKleindienst, Leipzig, Germany: Corinne von Lebusa | Christoph Ruckhäberle

Galerie Simon Blais, Montreal, Canada: Jean-Sébastien Denis | Alexis Lavoie | Yann Pocreau

Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA: Mia Rosenthal

gallery nine5, New York, NY: Soojin Cha | Jessica Lichtenstein | Ignacio Muñoz Vicuña

Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen, Denmark: Barnaby Whitfield | Aaron Johnson | Jean-Pierre Roy | Eric White

Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA: SuttonBeresCuller | Chris Engman | Margie Livingston | Whiting Tennis

GUSFORD | los angeles, Los Angeles, CA: Genevieve Chua (IMPULSE)

Heskin Contemporary, New York, NY: Doreen McCarthy | Jennifer Riley

Horrach Moya, Palma de Mallorca, Spain: Aníbal López | Jorge Mayet  | Joana Vasconcelos

Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA: Jim Campbell | Jay DeFeo | Jutta Haeckel | Emil Lukas | Marco Maggi | Andrew Schoultz

James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA: Karin Davie | Gary Hill | Alexander Kroll | Cameron Martin | Alwyn O’Brien | Akio Takamori

junior projects, New York, NY: Guy C. Correiro | Stuart Elster (IMPULSE)

LAMONTAGNE GALLERY, Boston, MA: Gil Blank | Jeff Perrott | Joe Warwell

LA NEW GALLERY, Madrid, Spain: Cristina de Middel | Santiago Talavera | Jorge Fuembuena

LMAKprojects, New York, NY: Jonathan Calm | Popel Coumou | Claudia Joskowicz | Erika Ranee

LYNCH THAM, New York, NY: Carlo Ferraris | Walter Robinson (IMPULSE)

MA2Gallery, Tokyo, Japan: Ken Matsubara

Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA: Evelyn Rydz | Nathalie Miebach | Deb Todd Wheeler

New Image Art, West Hollywood, CA: Cleon Peterson | Retna | Maya Hayuk

Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY: Natalia Arias

Nuova Galleria Morone, Milan, Italy: Felix Curto | Mariella Bettineschi | Domenico Grenci | Sadegh Tirafkan

Paci contemporary, Brescia, Italy: Michal Macku | Teun Hocks

Patrick Heide Contemporary, London, UK: Pius Fox | Hans Kotter | Reinoud Oudshoorn | Dillwyn Smith

Paul Loya Gallery, Los Angeles, CA: Tom Fruin

Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO: Andrew Masullo | Gary Stephan | Chuck Webster | John Zinsser

Purdy Hicks Gallery, London, UK: Sue Arrowsmith | Jonathan Delafield Cook | Claire Kerr | Susan Derges | Sandra Kantanen | Jorma Puranen

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA: Dawoud Bey | Joe Cunningham | Bovey Lee | Nathan Lynch Vik Muniz

Rick Wester Fine Art, New York, NY: Alyse Rosner | Laurie Lambrecht | Lilly McElroy

ROCKELMANN&, Berlin, Germany: Florian Japp | Jeffrey Teuton (IMPULSE)

Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA: John Mills

Rosa Santos, Valencia, Spain: Andrea Canepa

SENDA, Barcelona, Spain: Oleg Dou | Anthony Goicolea | Sandra Vásquez de la Horra | James Clar

Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA: Phil Argent | Kathy Butterly | Rachel Lachowicz | Izhar Patkin | Berverly Semmes | Michal Rovner | Kiki Smith

Schroeder Romero, New York, NY: Lisa Levy

Shulamit Gallery, Venice, CA: Kamran Sharif | Shahab Fatouhi | Tal Shochat

Sienna Patti Contemporary, Lenox, MA: Lauren Fensterstock | Susie Ganch

taubert contemporary, Berlin, Germany: Adrian Esparza | Markus Linnenbrink | Markus Weggenmann | Beat Zoderer | Jan von der Ploeg | Dionisio González | Sylvan Lionni

Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York, NY: Arahmaiani | Heri Dono | FX Harsono | Agus Suwage

Uprise Art, New York, NY: Eric LoPresti | Erin O’Keefe

Walter Maciel Gallery, Los Angeles, CA: Tm Gratkowski

WAGNER + PARTNER, Berlin, Germany: Erwin Olaf | Mona Ardeleanu | Peter Dreher | Ruud van Empel

WATERHOUSE & DODD, New York, NY: Kim Keever | Jean-François Rauzier | Xavier Guardans

X-Change Art Project, Lima, Peru: Alessadra Rebagliati | Ana Cecilia Farah| Marian Riveros | MOHO Collective (POINTS)

Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY: Marco Breuer | Lorenzo Vitturi | Alison Rossiter | Matthew Brandt | Assaf Shaham

YUKI-SIS, Tokyo, Japan: Katsutoshi Yuasa | Kohei Kawasaki (IMPULSE)

Zhulong Gallery, Dallas, TX: Alexander Gorczynski | James Geurts (IMPULSE)

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Russia Pursues Arrest of Ukrainian Artist, Mustang Wanted

Russia Pursues Arrest of Ukrainian Artist: Russian authorities are seeking to arrest daredevil-turned-artist Mustang Wanted after he took credit for painting Ukrainian colors on a Moscow skyscraper last month in honor of Ukrainian Independence Day. READ MORE

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