Thomas Heatherwick SPUN Private View Tuesday 30 March 2010, 6-8pm

Thomas Heatherwick SPUN 31 March 2010 – 15 April 2010 For his second solo exhibition at Haunch of Venison London, Thomas Heatherwick has produced a startling twist on conventional furniture design: a functional chair formed from a single profile rotated through 360 degrees. Aptly titled ‘Spun ’ it transforms the domestic seat into a beautifully […]

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AD HOC ART is printing live at Brooklyn Bowl’s “Local X Local” Sunday 28th March

AD HOC ART is printing live at Brooklyn Bowl’s “Local X Local”, this Sunday immediately following the Southern Graphics print conference madness in Philly! Sunday, 7-11pm, there will be screens on rotation along with the tunes of Vivian Girls and German Measles. Free! That’s right! While Sunday is a great day for doing laundry, brunchitos, […]

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Valérie Jolly: Infra-Thin at The Alexia Goethe Gallery Private View Thursday 18th March

19 Mar 2010 – 7 May 2010 Alexia Goethe Gallery is pleased to present Valérie Jolly’s first solo exhibition, “Infra-Thin”. Her ethereal sculptures and photographs could either be an apparition or in the process of vanishing, like a lasting impression or a fading memory. Valérie Jolly’s delicate and fragile casts of everyday objects, echoes of […]

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Andy Warhol Portraits at Olyvia Fine Art from Wednesday 17TH March

Olyvia Fine Art presents ‘Andy Warhol: Portraits’; an unmissable exhibition of paintings, unique prints and films. Opening today, the show displays some of Warhol’s most celebrated works alongside previously hidden gems, showcasing Warhol’s distinctive style in a vivid and comprehensive collection. Alongside these exclusive portraits are a rare series of ‘Screen Tests’. These enchanting silent […]

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Bortolami New York Presents Third Solo Show by Michel Francois Through to May 1st

Michel François, Interface Pavillion, 2010. Glass, steel, Aquasoft modeling clay, 111 x 99 x 119 inches, 281.9 x 251.5 x 302.3 cm. Photo: Courtesy Bortolami Gallery. Bortolami presents the third solo show by Michel François. For this installation François exhibits the third in a series of works called Pavilion Interface. The pavilion is a large […]

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Leila Hekmat, The Humor of Initiation at George Polke Tuesday March 9th

info: www.georgepolke.com Terms are often misleading. In Chekhov’s Three Sisters one character insists that a word means ;garlic,; while the other says it means ;a meat dish;; they argue at length without admitting that they mean the same thing. – Vsevolod Meyerhold, Chaplin and Chaplinism, The Tulane Drama Review, 1966 The 1950’s American television game […]

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