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Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama’s Fireflies on the Water is an immersive installation consisting of mirrors, plexiglass, lights and water. The walls of the mirrored room reflect in one another creating an illusion of an ever-extending space. The piece seems magical, though I … Continue reading

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Maureen Nolette

Maureen Nollette’s installations and drawings use everyday materials and  laborious process  to create dense patterns and environments.  These works are gridded and uniform, using a system that serves as a sort of loom. Most often Nollette uses ribbon as her … Continue reading

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Wolfgang Laib

The German artist Wolfgang Laib has been making work since the 70′s. Originally studying to become a doctor, Laib perceived early on that what he wanted to do was more aligned with art rather than science. In one of his … Continue reading

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Sarah Sze

 SARAH SZE, STILL LIFE WITH LANDSCAPE (MODEL FOR A HABITAT). On the High Line, between West 20th and West 21st Streets, June 8, 2011 – June, 2012. (Image Courtesy TheHighLine.org) Sarah Sze’s work is always a crowd pleaser. I … Continue reading

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Site Visit: San Francisco

Last week I spent a few days exploring San Francisco and fell head-over-heels for the city, the weather (or micro-climates), and the landscape. We did the touristy thing and headed to hike around Alcatraz. I was surprised to learn about … Continue reading

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Abraham McNally

Abe McNally’s work spans from sculpture to site-specific installation to drawing and photography. With such a varied approach to art-making, one sometimes runs a risk of not speaking in a clear unified voice. Ideas can get canceled out by each … Continue reading

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“Tunnel Through Apartment”

      Building off of Amy’s post about installtions that take place in abandoned buildings, I submit Netherlands artist Jasper Niesn. Check out the other artists that focus on work and the body occupying space such as WANNES GOETSCHALCKX. … Continue reading

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Red Time

Betye Saar Red Time Roberts & Tilton September 10 – December 17, 2011   Seminal L.A. artist Betye Saar’s site-specific installation at Roberts & Tilton is a blend of objects that are found, created, borrowed and recycled. The installation, which … Continue reading

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No Longer Empty

No Longer Empty is a NonProfit Organization in New York that uses vacant donated spaces as host for elaborate site-specific installation and performance works.”The Sixth Burough” was a series of installations in abandoned houses on Governor’s Island in the summer … Continue reading

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