Exhibition Announcement

Note: In the 01.09.07 issue of e-OCULUS, a description of the exhibition, Floodwall, was included. This exhibition is being accused of Copyright Infringement for plagiarizing Resurrection II, by artist Sook Jin Jo. Click on the “issues” link to read more about it on Jo’s website.

Christian Holm, courtesy P.S.1

Emergency Room is open to the public.

Christian Holm, courtesy P.S.1.

Through 03.19.07
Emergency Room

Emergency Room is a constantly evolving collaborative exhibition conceived and led by artist Thierry Geoffroy, a.k.a. Colonel. Geoffroy has invited over 30 local and international artists to create and install new works in a range of media, all generated daily in response to current events. On each day of the exhibition, artists will install new work in response to the events of the last 24 hours, an arrangement that recalls daily news cycles. The artworks stay on view until the next morning when some are moved to an adjacent archive space and replaced by new work. Click here to see daily updates of the exhibition.

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center 22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue
Long Island City, NY

Courtesy Exit Art

Courtesy Exit Art

Through 03.31.07
The Building Show

In homage to buildings as vertical symbols, Exit Art presents an exhibition featuring 26 conceptual, realistic, personal, intimate, and analytical artworks that are defined by artists’ personal relationships to existing structures.

Exit Art 475 10th Avenue

Courtesy Whitney at Altria

Courtesy Whitney at Altria

Through 09.15.07
Burgeoning Geometries

Simple, reductive forms draw attention to the minutiae of the material environment in this group exhibition. Artists Diana Cooper, Tara Donovan, Charles Goldman, Jason Rogenes, Jane South, and Phoebe Washburn used materials from everyday life including cut paper, felt, discarded paint, straight pins, scrap wood, left-over Styrofoam, fluorescent lights, and cardboard.

Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria 120 Park Avenue at 42nd Street