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"Necessary Objects," Marcos Castro Solo Show Opens today in Miami at DotFiftyOne Gallery

July 24 – September 3
Marcos Castro – Miami’s first solo show.
The Mexican artist is presenting his new body of work in his first gallery’s exhibition in Miami

 Mexico City, Mexico 1981. Lives & works in Mexico City.

A young artist that reflects on a fundamental act in the art: the look. By diverse media he explores the dialogue betweenmaterials of natural origin as graphite and wood, that serves as a technique to speak of what is human from subjective codes in his relation with the media and with the multiplicity of the points of view of the spectator.  He integrates elements from his personal mythology and from nature as testimonial symbols of contemporary society. The work is an exploration of the interactions between techniques and formats that includes drawing, painting, stage resources, installation, animation, video-art and video-installation. He puts the spectator in a vigilant position before his will of contemplation. He has been selected in the official selection of the Biennial Tamayo 2006, in the Scholarship young Creators of the FONCA 2007 and in the residence Artist in Residence at 18th, Street Art Center Los Angeles in 2008.
"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 Yeşiltaç

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)

ADAM GREENNose Duck8x5”crayon paper(framed)
* Ronald Duck by Adam Green are a series of drawings and work on canvas from Green’s solo show presented by Eyelevel BQE at La Compañía in Mexico City. Exhibition continues online until May 9th. Availability and price info upon request eyelevelbqe(at)gmail(dot)com 

Shawarma Duck Piñatacollaboration with piñata maker, MéxicoPapier Mâché, acrylic paint* Ronald Duck by Adam Green are a series of drawings and work on canvas currently being shown at La Compañía in Mexico City, presented by Eyelevel BQE. Availability and price info upon request eyelevelbqe(at)gmail(dot)com 
Studio visit with @averagecabbage