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- Unholding November 19, 2017 – January 21, 2018 Opening Saturday, November 18, 6 - 8 p.m. Pena Bonita; Demian DinéYazhi’ with Natalie Diaz, Sonia Guiñansaca and Julian Talamantez Brolaski; G. Peter Jemison; Adam and Zack Khalil with Jackson Polys; Alan Michelson; Native Art Department International (Maria Hupfield, Jason Lujan) and Christopher Green; Laura Ortman; Jolene Rickard; Kay WalkingStick; Kathleen Ash-Milby; Diane Fraher, G. Peter Jemison, Athena LaTocha, David Martine and Jaune Quick–to–See Smith; Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds and Zoya Kocur www.artistsspace.org/exhibitions/unholding #unholding Image: Adam and Zack Khalil, still from "INAATE/SE/ [it shines a certain way. to a certain place./it flies. falls./]," 2016
- Unholding November 19, 2017 – January 21, 2018 Opening Saturday, November 18, 6 - 8 p.m. Pena Bonita; Demian DinéYazhi’ with Natalie Diaz, Sonia Guiñansaca and Julian Talamantez Brolaski; G. Peter Jemison; Adam and Zack Khalil with Jackson Polys; Alan Michelson; Native Art Department International (Maria Hupfield, Jason Lujan) and Christopher Green; Laura Ortman; Jolene Rickard; Kay WalkingStick; Kathleen Ash-Milby; Diane Fraher, G. Peter Jemison, Athena LaTocha, David Martine and Jaune Quick–to–See Smith; Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds and Zoya Kocur www.artistsspace.org/exhibitions/unholding #unholding Image: Adam and Zack Khalil, still from "INAATE/SE/ [it shines a certain way. to a certain place./it flies. falls./]," 2016
- Unholding November 19, 2017 – January 21, 2018 Opening Saturday, November 18, 6 - 8 p.m. Pena Bonita; Demian DinéYazhi’ with Natalie Diaz, Sonia Guiñansaca and Julian Talamantez Brolaski; G. Peter Jemison; Adam and Zack Khalil with Jackson Polys; Alan Michelson; Native Art Department International (Maria Hupfield, Jason Lujan) and Christopher Green; Laura Ortman; Jolene Rickard; Kay WalkingStick; Kathleen Ash-Milby; Diane Fraher, G. Peter Jemison, Athena LaTocha, David Martine and Jaune Quick–to–See Smith; Shanna Ketchum-Heap of Birds and Zoya Kocur www.artistsspace.org/exhibitions/unholding #unholding Image: Adam and Zack Khalil, still from "INAATE/SE/ [it shines a certain way. to a certain place./it flies. falls./]," 2016
- Today is the final day to see #SocialSurfaces — and tonight at 7 p.m. at Artists Space, 55 Walker Street, Moyra Davey and Lana Lin read to conclude the performance series. - Depicted at @bortolamigallery: L: Haim Steinbach, "5 more minutes, 5 more minutes, 5 more minutes," 2017 M: Mike Kelley, "Untitled ("the Bill of Rights")," 1992 R: Jutta Koether, "Serinettes," 2017 Image: Ron Amstutz - Thank you to all who visited the exhibition @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart 🖤🖤🖤
- Today is the final day to see #SocialSurfaces — and tonight at 7 p.m. at Artists Space, 55 Walker Street, Moyra Davey and Lana Lin read to conclude the performance series. - Depicted at @bortolamigallery: L: Haim Steinbach, "5 more minutes, 5 more minutes, 5 more minutes," 2017 M: Mike Kelley, "Untitled ("the Bill of Rights")," 1992 R: Jutta Koether, "Serinettes," 2017 Image: Ron Amstutz - Thank you to all who visited the exhibition @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart 🖤🖤🖤
- Today is the final day to see #SocialSurfaces — and tonight at 7 p.m. at Artists Space, 55 Walker Street, Moyra Davey and Lana Lin read to conclude the performance series. - Depicted at @bortolamigallery: L: Haim Steinbach, "5 more minutes, 5 more minutes, 5 more minutes," 2017 M: Mike Kelley, "Untitled ("the Bill of Rights")," 1992 R: Jutta Koether, "Serinettes," 2017 Image: Ron Amstutz - Thank you to all who visited the exhibition @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart 🖤🖤🖤
- Social Surfaces. A Fundraising Exhibition to Support Our Relocation to 80 White Street in 2018 Left to right at Bortolami: Kerstin Brätsch, Barbara Bloom, Peter Wächtler With a huge thank you to the artists and to @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart for their immeasurable energy and generosity. See you tomorrow evening for the opening and party with performances by Ikue Mori, Amelia Bande and Joe Heffernan, and DJs Whitney Claflin and Maggie Lee 💐💕💐💖💐
- Social Surfaces. A Fundraising Exhibition to Support Our Relocation to 80 White Street in 2018 Left to right at Bortolami: Kerstin Brätsch, Barbara Bloom, Peter Wächtler With a huge thank you to the artists and to @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart for their immeasurable energy and generosity. See you tomorrow evening for the opening and party with performances by Ikue Mori, Amelia Bande and Joe Heffernan, and DJs Whitney Claflin and Maggie Lee 💐💕💐💖💐
- Social Surfaces. A Fundraising Exhibition to Support Our Relocation to 80 White Street in 2018 Left to right at Bortolami: Kerstin Brätsch, Barbara Bloom, Peter Wächtler With a huge thank you to the artists and to @alexanderandbonin @bortolamigallery @pearl_river_mart for their immeasurable energy and generosity. See you tomorrow evening for the opening and party with performances by Ikue Mori, Amelia Bande and Joe Heffernan, and DJs Whitney Claflin and Maggie Lee 💐💕💐💖💐
- Alan Michelson, "Home In The Wilderness," 2012. Handmade paper, archival ink, adhesive, and board. Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, depicted a settler family in their log cabin, a popular domestic motif of the era, in his 1847 painting "Home In The Woods" (the source for this work). Printed on it are facsimiles of the 1809 Treaty of Fort Wayne that, over the objections of Tecumseg and the nations involved, conveyed some three million acres of Indian land to the U.S. On view at Frontier Imaginaries Ed.No3 TOXIC ASSETS @e_flux
- Alan Michelson, "Home In The Wilderness," 2012. Handmade paper, archival ink, adhesive, and board. Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, depicted a settler family in their log cabin, a popular domestic motif of the era, in his 1847 painting "Home In The Woods" (the source for this work). Printed on it are facsimiles of the 1809 Treaty of Fort Wayne that, over the objections of Tecumseg and the nations involved, conveyed some three million acres of Indian land to the U.S. On view at Frontier Imaginaries Ed.No3 TOXIC ASSETS @e_flux
- Alan Michelson, "Home In The Wilderness," 2012. Handmade paper, archival ink, adhesive, and board. Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of painting, depicted a settler family in their log cabin, a popular domestic motif of the era, in his 1847 painting "Home In The Woods" (the source for this work). Printed on it are facsimiles of the 1809 Treaty of Fort Wayne that, over the objections of Tecumseg and the nations involved, conveyed some three million acres of Indian land to the U.S. On view at Frontier Imaginaries Ed.No3 TOXIC ASSETS @e_flux

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