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MARTIN HONERT at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York +

MARTIN HONERT at Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

A resin polar bear sculpture by German artist Martin Honert included in Matthew Marks Gallery's summer group exhibition. Honert creates truthful sculptures to function as a discussion between the present day and memories of childhood. Honert's polar bear becomes a singular representation of memory disconnected from nostalgia but part of an ongoing narrative.  On view through August 14th 2014 at Matthew Marks, 523 West 24th Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin

 

  

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One view of Peter Fischli and David Weiss' Untitled (Funghi 1 -32) from 1997 installed at Matthew Marks Gallery, 523 West 24th Street, New York. Photo Juliana Balestin 

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CHRIS JONES at Marc Straus, New York +

CHRIS JONES at Marc Straus, New York

A motorcycle sculpture by artist Chris Jones created using paper and glue. The artist plays with the tension between idea and material. Jones deconstructs a familiar object and presents it in a new light for viewers adding a narrative to the structure through the composition of discarded magazines and books. On view through August 22nd 2014 at Marc Straus, 299 Grand Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin  

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LAWRENCE WEINER at the Fitzroy Gallery, New York +

LAWRENCE WEINER at the Fitzroy Gallery, New York

A work by Conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner included in Fitzroy Gallery's summer exhibition On the Blue Shore of Silence. Weiner's work often uses language instead of an object based practice to promote a new accessibility for the art viewer. On view through September 3rd 2014 at Fitzroy Gallery, 195 Chrystie Street, New York. Photo and text Juliana Balestin  

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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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