Tuesday, November 16, 2010

“It’s All American” at NJMOCA

Monica Bonvicini, White, 2003. Fluorescent lights, broken safety glass, aluminum corners, base, cube: 26 x 26 x 26 in. Photos: 16 Miles [more]

"It's All American," at the New Jersey Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Alex Gartenfeld and Haley Mellin.

Josephine Meckseper, American Leg, 2010. Mannequin leg in black hosiery, glass dome on pedestal, 30 x 18 x 15 in.

Sterling Ruby, 4 Stack of Leather Husbands, 2009. Leather, fiber fill, zippers, formica, and wood, 58 x 79 x 31 in.

Matt Sheridan Smith, Silver Bread, 2010. Two pieces: silvercast, 10 x 4 in.

Rob Pruitt, Espirit de Corps..., 2010. Concrete, denim, dimensions variable.

Martin Soto Climent, Parabolic Dust, 2008. Plastic blinds, dimensions variable. David Adamo, Four, 2008. Wooden bats, chips, dimensions variable.

Right: Peter Coffin, Sculpture Silhouette (M. Cattelan “Love Lasts Forever," 1999), 2010.

Grayson Revoir, Table Fornication, 2010. Wood, hardware, 39 x 77 x 115 in.

Brendan Fowler, May, 2010 (Accident/The Wood That Fell On Me In My Studio May 20 2010 #'s 6–8) Wall, 2010. Archival inkjet, frames, plexi, lumber, stain, 125.375 x 84.5 x 4.75 in. Martin Creed, Work no. 915, 2008. Boxes and magnets, 96 x 30 x 30 in.

Polly Apfelbaum, Miss America, 2010. Synthetic sequined fabric, dimensions variable.

Asbury Park, New Jersey

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