Exhibitions » Exhibitions: 2014

Exhibitions: 2014

Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 3:  John Burtle, The Room is a Frame and/or An Accumulated Anthrome

Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 3: John Burtle, The Room is a Frame and/or An Accumulated Anthrome

In this exhibition, John Burtle broadens the physical and perceptual boundaries of landscape painting, a genre with imagery that goes on forever in all directions, by creating a walk-in environment bound by the framework of the room in which it resides.

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Attunement

Attunement

Attunement is a group exhibition that pays tribute to artists who function on multiple frequencies. The twenty-two exhibiting artists communicate on multiple channels, and their work can be defined as exceptionally rich, layered, complex, and in some ways “off the charts.”

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Torbjörn Vejvi: Standing in one space looking into another

Torbjörn Vejvi: Standing in one space looking into another

Torbjorn Vejvi’s installation at LAMOA draws from personal memories of uncanny moments in time. His ceramic sculptures are derived from the artist’s childhood memories, both curious and surreal.

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Nery Gabriel Lemus: Until the Day Breaks and Shadows Flee #3

Nery Gabriel Lemus: Until the Day Breaks and Shadows Flee #3

Nery Gabriel Lemus presents Until the Day Breaks and Shadows Flee #3 at La Casita

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Karin Apollonia Müller: World’s Edge @ Roadside Attraction

Karin Apollonia Müller: World’s Edge @ Roadside Attraction

An outdoor exhibition that features three photographic works by German artist Karin Apollonia Müller.

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Claret-Cup: IDLA, tales of deliberate localism

Claret-Cup: IDLA, tales of deliberate localism

Bojana Banyasz and Donatella Cusma

Claret-Cup: IDLA, tales of deliberate localism, an interactive exhibition by Claret-Cup, a collaboration of architects Bojana Banyasz and Donatella Cusma.

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Willowbrook Is...

Willowbrook Is...

Rosten Woo with photographs by Alyse Emdur

Willowbrook Is... by artist Rosten Woo with photographs by Alyse Emdur

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Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 2: Analia Saban, Is this a painting?

Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 2: Analia Saban, Is this a painting?

Analia Saban

Armory continues Expanding on an expansive subject. Part 2 features work by Analia Saban

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Big City Forum: City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level

Big City Forum: City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level

Big City Forum occupies the Armory as part of City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level.

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The Fifth Wall: Tom Friedman, Evan Holloway, Farrah Karapetian, Alice Könitz, Marco Rios, Corinna Schnitt, Artur Żmijewski

The Fifth Wall: Tom Friedman, Evan Holloway, Farrah Karapetian, Alice Könitz, Marco Rios, Corinna Schnitt, Artur Żmijewski

The Fifth Wall is inspired by multiple sources: the unique architecture of the Armory’s Raymond Avenue building; German modernist theater practitioner Bertolt Brecht’s notion of dialectical theater; and artwork that challenges the authority of a fixed point of view and suggests a deeper form of reciprocal engagement.

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Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 1: Margie Livingston, Paint as canvas

Expanding on an expansive subject, Part 1: Margie Livingston, Paint as canvas

Armory launches Expanding on an expansive subject, a nine-part exhibition, with work by Margie Livingston

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Martine Syms, The Queen's English

Martine Syms, The Queen's English

Big City Forum occupies the Armory as part of City of Hope, City of Resistance: Research and Actions at the Urban Level. Works by Martine Syms and Cat Roif launch first of three residency exhibitions

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Caught Looking: Simone Gad, Tracy Nakayama, Ruby Neri, Lauralee Pope, Mary Weatherford

Caught Looking: Simone Gad, Tracy Nakayama, Ruby Neri, Lauralee Pope, Mary Weatherford

This exhibition engages with the expectations of the gaze and focuses on the way that the artists simultaneously meet, and defy those expectations.

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MIA in Residence at Outpost@Armory

MIA in Residence at [email protected]

Evelin Stermitz, Andrew Ellis Johnson, Vienne Chan, and Paul Barrios

MIA in Residence at [email protected]

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