Erin O’Keefe Reviewed by Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe Reviewed by Collector Daily

Erin O’Keefe, Book of Days @Denny

By Loring Knoblauch, May 1, 2017

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JTF (just the facts): A total of 15 color and black and white photographs, framed in white and unmatted, and hung against white walls in the two room gallery space. All of the works are archival pigment prints mounted on museum board, made in 2016 and 2017. Physical sizes are either 20×16,
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Q&A with Blouin Artinfo and Erin O’Keefe

Q&A with Blouin Artinfo and Erin O’Keefe

The Phenomenon of Light and Shadow: A Q&A with Erin O’Keefe

BY TAYLOR DAFOE | APRIL 24, 2017

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Picking up in the tradition of still life photographers such as Barbara Kasten and Jan Groover, as well as sculptors like Brancusi and David Smith who used photography to explore the perspectival limitations of their own work, Erin O’Keefe makes pictures that reinvent physical space. She creates sculptures in a sense,
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Emily Noelle Lambert exhibiting at Art-in-Buildings

Emily Noelle Lambert exhibiting at Art-in-Buildings

Emily Noelle Lambert: Tangle

April 13 – October 1, 2017

55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

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Opening celebration with the artist on Thursday, April 13th from 6-8pm.

Emily Noelle Lambert’s paintings and sculptures are vivid, gestural abstractions that demonstrate an instinctual relationship to formal elements such as line and color. They are resolutely handmade and based in the physical capabilities of the artist’s body – no single gesture is bigger than the swoop
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Future Retrieval Exhibiting at Fuller Craft Museum

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at Fuller Craft Museum

Future Retrieval: Permanent Spectacle

April 15, 2017 – October 1, 2017

Permanent Spectacle features a fantastical world that reinterprets museum exhibition and display. The immersive tableau includes constructed landscapes, scenic hand-cut wallpaper, wildlife, and other objects that have been altered through the process of digital collection and material selection. Created by Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker working collaborative under the name Future Retrieval, the site specific installation is informed by the duo’s extensive research of historical collections from the Smithsonian archives
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