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“Sean Duffy’s Garage Sale” proves that the objects and collections that an artist holds on to over the course of several decades have as much influence (if not more) on their work than art pieces created in the studio and displayed in galleries. The “stuff” that we hold onto reveals an undeniable truth about who [...]

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“Milton Torres Sees a Ghost” employs a minimal set of found objects to tell the story of retired American fighter pilot Milton Torres. In it Kerry Tribe  constructs an imagined scenario based on a 1957 reported UFO sighting. Copies of classified documents addressed to the military from July 21, 1988 are framed individually along a [...]

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The first of a series of ten curatorial projects, “100/10 (100 Spaces/10 Visions)” begins with the work of Los Angeles based multi-media artist Anna Ayeroff curated by Alex Harvey. Culling images from a treasure trove of her family’s history, Ayeroff creates a slide show documenting her great grandfather’s immigration to a farm colony in Central [...]

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Entering Mike Kelley’s exhibition the Kandor series and Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction (EAPR) signifies the moment where the umbilical cord of the viewer is severed from the reality that exists outside of the gallery walls and is reconstituted by the decadent and fabricated universe of Kelley’s creation.  A cacophonous orchestra of voices and indiscernible sounds [...]

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Video installation Mommy is Uri Nir’s first solo exhibition in the United States and re-acquaints viewers with one of the earliest conventions of cinema, the match-cut.  Nir’s cinematic concerns recall Salvador Dali and Luis Bunuel’s Un Chien Andalou, and Dziga Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera.  The match-cut is rendered useless without the proper editing [...]

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