Barney Building Galleries
April 19-April 29, 2017
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Abhiniti Huja, Callie Cramer, Monica Driscoll, Sonja haroldson, Bianca Kann, Ila Krishnamoorthy, Cooper Lovano, Anna Marchisello, Daniel Mock, Jackie Monoson
Dark Matters Without Time
Dark Matter is enigmatic. It generates a gravitational field but does it without emitting light. We also know it exists by how it affects the movement of other things. Art is mysterious. It stops time…for a moment or more we experience lightness, a relief from the responsibility of knowing. This suspension is a visit with our immortality. We feel less fear and more free. To stop time is the function of art.
This installation by John Torreano is to honor his 25 year collaboration with NYU and the Department of Art and Art Professions. Curated by Hugh O’Rourke.
NYU MFA Thesis Exhibition in Two Parts
Chris Albert Lee
Grey Art Gallery
April 26-July 15, 2017
Lyle Ashton Harris
On view through June 9, 2017.
80 Washington Square East Galleries is pleased to present Journal Excerpts 1997-2000; part of the larger ongoing project, Ektachrome Archives, by New York based artist Lyle Ashton Harris (b.1965, Bronx, New York). Journal Excerpts features photographs showcasing a selection of journal pages intermixed with essays and images that are a part of Harris’ Ektachrome Archives. These works, as well as others from the archiveproject will be featured in Harris’ forthcoming monograph, Today I Shall Judge Nothing That Occurs, to be published by the Aperture Foundation this fall.
Excavated from Harris’s extensive personal chronicles, this diverse collection of evocative imagery captures fleeting moments lived by the artist in public and private spaces among his circle of close friends, family and acquaintances.These selections are part of an assemblage that serves not only to memorialize, but also to evoke lived moments at the intersection of the personal and the political, presenting a dynamic experience that re-engages time past to affectively impact the present.