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CARL ANDRE at Paula Cooper, New York GALLERY

CARL ANDRE at Paula Cooper, New York

Paula Cooper Gallery presents a selection of works by Carl Andre created over a period of thirty years. The works on view at Paula Cooper focus on the artist's use of wood and metal to showcase the objects natural properties within a context of standardization and meticulous order. On view through July 25th 2014 at Paula Cooper, i534 West 21st Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin 

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CARLITO CARVALHOSA at Sonnabend, New York +

CARLITO CARVALHOSA at Sonnabend, New York

One view of Carlito Carvalhosa's installation at Sonnabend Gallery. The work explores the way materials and objects can redefine the existing architecture of the gallery. Neon, wooden beams and glass force the viewer to interact with the space in a tentative and slow moving manner. The result is a sense of contemplation as though walking through a sacred space. Possibility Matters is on view through June 7th 2014 at Sonnabend, 536 West 22nd Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin 

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KAY ROSEN GALLERY

KAY ROSEN "BLINGO" at Sikkema Jenkins, New York

Kay Rosen uses language and color to exploit the possibilities of composition. The work appears quite understated but successfully plays with the relationship between the form and function of words. Rosen also looks into the potential for scale and orientation to change the viewer's perception of text. Blingo is on view through June 28th 2014 at Sikkema Jenkins, 530 West 22nd Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin

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One view of Liu Chuang's exhibition Love Story on view through June 21st 2014 at Salon 94, 1 Freeman Alley, New York. Photo Juliana Balestin 

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TARA DONOVAN at The Pace Gallery, New York GALLERY

TARA DONOVAN at The Pace Gallery, New York

Artist Tara Donovan presents two large scale sculptures at The Pace Gallery. Donovan's practice uses identical objects presented in large clusters to create organic looking structures from unconventional material. In this exhibition, the artists works with index cards and acrylic rods. The stacked material take of forms that defy their everyday use. On view through June 28th 2014 at The Pace Gallery, 534 West 25th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin 

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