Saturday, October 20, 2012

Brunch Treats, Francis Alÿs, John Armleder, etc. [Collected]


Exterior view of Murray Guy, New York, with the lens for Zoe Leonard's camera obscura, 453 West 17th Street, 2012, at center. Photo: 16 Miles [more]
  • Martin Bromirski went to Tokyo and had "brunch treats" at Misako & Rosen. (Go to the neighboring posts for more reports from Japan.) [Anaba]

  • A look at Angela Merkel's monochromatic blazers. [The Spectacle of Tragedy via Greg.org]

  • Former Los Angeles MOCA chief curator Paul Schimmel appeared on the Modern Art Notes podcast to talk about his "Destroy the Picture: Painting the Void, 1949–1962" show. [MAN]

  • Francis Alÿs's Reel-Unreel (2011) film, which screens at David Zwirner in November. [Strangemessenger]

  • Kiki Kogelnik at Der Kunstverein in Hamburg, through December 30. [This Is Tomorrow]

  • Kogelnik at Simone Subal Gallery, through October 28. [SSG]

  • Here's a John Armleder sculpture at his great Swiss Institute show, "Selected Furniture Sculptures: 1979–2012," along with a nice music mix. The show is open through October 28. [And a Half]

  • For his 1974 show at Claire Copley in Los Angeles, Michael Asher removed the wall separating the exhibition space from the office. Here's the installation view. [Art & Education via Strangemessenger]

  • Michael Asher's Writings 1973-1983 on Works 1969-1979, written in collaboration with Benjamin H. D. Buchloh. [Ubuweb]

  • Self promotion: an article about the sudden explosion of gallery-filling installations around town. [The New York Observer]

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