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"Bloodflames Revisited," a group show curated by Phong Bui in collaboration with Paul Kasmin Gallery paying homage to the "Bloodflames" exhibition at Hugo Gallery: presenting works through an unconventional construction, allowing uncommon perspectives of view. 
#RailCuratorial #Chelseaweekend  (at Paul Kasmin Gallery)
Louise Lawler: “No Drones,” at Metro Pictures Gallery. 
(“Hand on her back (traced),” 1997/1998/2013. Print on vinyl adhesive and vector based) 

This exhibit are tracings from Lawler iconic photographs on vinyl and mounted directly on the wall. 
#chelseaweekend  (at Metro Pictures Gallery)
"Displayed," curated by Matthew Higgs at Anton Kern Gallery.
(Untitled, 2008 by Chris Martin. Oil and spray paint, burlap and collage on canvas)
#chelseaweekend (at Anton Kern Gallery)
Aurora Pellizzi, Pussikat, 2014, cochineal-dyed handwoven cotton on cochineal-dyed silk, 45 x 40 cm.
@auroraixchel  (at Eyelevel BQE desk)
"Emplazamiento/ Desplazamiento," Work by Gabriel Garcilazo from Planta Baja is part of the Exhibition "Paisaje Discordante" opening today at Galeria Octavio Paz in New York 
(Piezografía, 2013 7 piezas de 40 x 40 cm.)

Today…One day show!!
“On June 21, Knockdown Center will present a full-spectrum look at the automobile as our nation’s long standing symbol of manifest destiny and superfluous ingenuity.”

Maspeth’s World of Wheels
Saturday, June 21, 10am to 10pm
52-19 Flushing Ave.,
Maspeth, NY 11378
With works by
Kerstin Brätsch
Debo Eilers
Phillip Gabriel
Caleb March
Nick Parker
Mike Shea
Viola Ye┼čiltaç

675 Hudson St. Apt. 4s
New York, New York 10014
"The Social Life of Artistic Practice," the result of a gathering of 12 artists and their discussion regarding the relationship between art and property: Pablo Helguera, Michael Mandiberg, William Powhida, Amy Whitaker and Caroline Woolard, birthed this volume….Feels good to receive books on the mail
Repost from @averagecabbage, follow Adam Green on Instagram to view updates for #AdamGreensAladdin film
La Compañía de Acción Cultural [Mx City]presents Carlos Olvera first solo show"Podrido" (Rotten)Opening reception: April 24, 8pmExhibition on view till May 15th, 2014.Olvera´s exhibition marks a departure from his previous work, Podrido focuses on the artist´s exploration of a black and white palette, with outstanding landscapes over the human figure, characteristic element of his previous work. Podrido (Rotten), presents a possible future where everything gets corrupted in order to generate a new form of life, evidencing a decomposing society.Podrido is part of Autjaus, a series of individual exhibitions proposed by Neter Proyectos with the support and recognition of  The National Fund for Culture and Arts,(Fondo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, Fonca) a public agency of the Mexican federal government, attached to the National Council for the Culture and Arts (Conaculta)