Jordan Tate: Prefaces is one of ARTNews’ “9 Events to Attend in New York City This Week”

Jordan Tate: Prefaces is one of ARTNews’ “9 Events to Attend in New York City This Week”

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Opening: Jordan Tate at Denny Gallery (Thursday, January 26, 6-8 p.m.)

Jordan Tate’s latest show features photographs of exhibitions that never existed. To some extent, they seem real—you could be tricked into thinking that IDGI @ Kunsthalle Bern (2016), in which images of ancient Greek sculptures hang on a teal wall, really was on view at one point, but that’s an easy effect to create with digital technology. Relying on
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Jessie Edelman Interviewed in WORK IN PROGRESS

Jessie Edelman Interviewed in WORK IN PROGRESS

WORK IN PROGRESS Issue 1: January 2017

By: Sholeh Hajmiragha

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This first issue of Work in Progress focuses on the medium of paint, presenting interviews with five artists who represent a range of approaches and styles within contemporary painting today.  It’s long been clear that despite Paul Delaroche’s claim in 1839 that painting is dead, the reality is actually quite the opposite.

The artists showcased in this issue are all critically engaged with
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Michael Mandiberg’s FDIC Insured in the Brooklyn Rail

Michael Mandiberg’s FDIC Insured in the Brooklyn Rail

MICHAEL MANDIBERG | SIMON DENNY

by Ian Cofre

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MICHAEL MANDIBERG
FDIC Insured
40 Rector Street, Suite 1500, New York | September 15 – December 15, 2016

SIMON DENNY
Blockchain Future States
Petzel Gallery | September 8 – October 22, 2016

The process of banks failing due to the subprime mortgage crisis greatly accelerated after Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy on September 15, 2008. Facing systemic risk and contagion, the
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John Dante Bianchi Reviewed in Artforum

John Dante Bianchi Reviewed in Artforum

For his solo exhibition “Unavoidable Encounter,” John Dante Bianchi has made sculptures that initially register as paintings attempting to escape their supports. Concertina-like folds of what seems to be canvas—but is actually immaculately engineered strata of wood and aluminum—wrest from their stretcher bars, rising and jutting forth in sharply angled planes, revealing trusses and screws beneath. Acrylic paint is applied to the surfaces in layers, then sanded back to form warm clouds of pinks, purples, and oranges, with patches of
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