assemblage

An assemblage of Arts & Culture focused on New York & London.
Assembled by Megan N. Liberty

Finally going to check out Charles Gaines: Gridwork at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Check back here for my thoughts on the show soon. And for all things grids and Gaines follow the tumblr for the exhibition.

Submissions open Sept. 1 for this awesome literary/arts journal run by my friends! Check out Issue 1 on the site and submit to be part of Issue 2!
Firelei Baez, American Sampler, from the Ciguapa series (2013) Gouache And Ink On Paper
She her more recent work, Man Without a Country (aka anthropophagist wading in the Artibone River), 2014 on view now at the Drawing Center in Small.

"Highly regarded as both a leading practitioner of conceptualism and an influential educator at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Charles Gaines is celebrated primarily for his photographs, drawings and works on paper that investigate systems, cognition and language."

Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989 opens at the Studio Museum in Harlem July 17!
Raymond Pettibon + Kim Gordon discuss To Wit
Tonight at the Strand! Read my review of the David Zwirner show here.
Lucas Samaras on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Vincent Fecteau, Untitled, 2014Resin clay, acrylic paint 25 x 26 x 10 inches
Through June 28 at Matthew Marks
Check out Ralph Lemon's work in When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South at the Harlem Studio Museum.
Kerry James Marshall’s Bride of Frankenstein, 2009
On view now in When the Stars Begin to Fall  Imagination and the American South at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Deborah Grant's The Birth of a Genius in the Midnight Sun, 2012 on view now at the Harlem Studio Museum in When the Stars Begin to Fall Imagination and the American South. Through June 29, 2014.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya, February 16, reflected sunlight from A.C. Powell Jr. Building, 2014
On view now at the Studio Museum’s Harlem Postcards Spring 2014.

Paul Mpagi Sepuya, February 16, reflected sunlight from A.C. Powell Jr. Building, 2014

On view now at the Studio Museum’s Harlem Postcards Spring 2014.