ArtBeat: What To See


Opening:

Bill Pangburn: Linear Flow and Renee Magnanti: Reformed Ikat (Yellow) @ BCB Art

Bill Pangburn: Linear Flow and Renee Magnanti: Reformed Ikat (Yellow) @ BCB Art

Bill Pangburn: Linear Equations and Renee Magnanti: Carved Histories @ BCB Art, Hudson. Bill Pangburn’s paintings on paper were inspired by a flight to Texas, where from the air he saw the winding rivers of the Texas panhandle, while Renee Magnanti’s thickly carved encaustic paintings have their roots in ethnographic designs, with bold geometries and bright colors. Also on display will be a group exhibition including work by Sasha Chermayeff, Eric Fischl, John Foxx, Barbara Friedman, Bill Griffith, Lucio Pozzi, Eric Rhein, Carleen Sheehan and others. Opening reception: Saturday July 30, 6-8pm. (Through September 11)

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Gordon Chandler: GA-TN-AR-TX Buckhead (left) and Michael Eastman: Portrait, Havana @ Ferrin Gallery

Gordon Chandler: GA-TN-AR-TX Buckhead (left) and Michael Eastman: Portrait, Havana @ Ferrin Gallery

Beauty in Decay @ Ferrin Gallery, Pittsfield. Gordon Chandler’s solo exhibition featuring reclaimed metal sculpture installed as a trophy room and photography group show featuring Gregory Crewdson, Michael Eastman, Raymon Elozua, Susan Mikula Nicholas Whitman and Douglass Truth. Both exhibitions explore themes of beauty drawn from decaying surfaces, objects and structures. Opening reception: Saturday, July 30, 4-6pm. (Through October 1)

The Medium and the Message @ Kleinert/James Arts Center

The Medium and the Message @ Kleinert/James Arts Center

The Medium and the Message @ Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock. In presenting a selection of artworks by artists who engage computers as an integral part of their creative process, this exhibition showcases diverse practices in the making of traditional art such as sculpture, photo-collage, drawing and painting, as well as relatively new forms inspired by the possibilities of digital technology such as animation, gaming and interactivity. Artists include Jeremy Blake, Jasper De Beijer, Carla Gannis, Claudia Hart, Kim Joon, Mary Mattingly, Alex McLeod, Peter Patchen, Michael Rees, Alexander Reyna, Thomas Ruff, Mary Ann Strandell, and Ruud Van Empel. Opening Reception: Saturday, July 30, 4-6pm. Panel discussion: Saturday, August 13, 4-6pm (Through September 4)

Paul Corio: Happy Ticket @ Martinez Gallery

Paul Corio: Happy Ticket @ Martinez Gallery

Realities / Realidades @ Martinez Gallery, Troy. An exhibition exploring the nature of reality in art with works by three contemporary artists based in New York City: Carlos N. Molina, Julia Santos Solomon, and Paul Corio. (Through September 21)

Erin Ko: There Is No Such Thing @ MCLA Gallery 51

Erin Ko: There Is No Such Thing @ MCLA Gallery 51

Erin Ko: We Are The Music Makers @ MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams. Opening reception: Thursday, July 28, 6-9pm as part of Downstreet Art. Through a variety of tech-infused mediums, Erin Ko combines various traditions and mythologies with science fiction as a means of looking at contemporary culture’s state of being caught somewhere between the two. (Through August 21)

Works by Ektoras Binikos @ Spencertown Academy

Works by Ektoras Binikos @ Spencertown Academy

Ektoras Binikos: Axis Mundi @ Spencertown Academy Arts Center, Spencertown. Multimedia artist Ektoras Binikos exhibiting works on paper, sculpture, video, and a site specific installation. Opening reception: Saturday, July 30, 6-8pm, with a collaborative multimedia performance with violinist Eva Ingolf at 8pm. (Through August 27)


Last Chance To See:

Eric Jenks: Boston T

Eric Jenks: Boston T

Impasse and Motion: Ten Photographer’s Journeys Through Instants In Music @ Saratoga Arts, Saratoga Springs. Nippertown’s own Andrej Pilarczyk curated this exhibition of musical moments featuring photographs by such local luminaries as Lawrence White, Joe Putrock, Andrzej Pilarczyk, Don McKever, Rudy Lu, Eric Jenks, Joseph Deuel, Ed Burke, Albert Brooks, and Sylvia Aronson. See our preview here and our review here. (Through July 30)

Stefanie Klavens: Roxy, Northampton PA @ Davis Orton Gallery

Stefanie Klavens: Roxy, Northampton PA @ Davis Orton Gallery

Theaters and the Theatrical @ Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson. Photographers Stefanie Klavens and Nandita Raman explore historic movie palaces, both abandoned and still in use, in the US and India. Also on display are portolios of Michael Hunold and Allilson Leach. (Through July 30)

Romuald Hazoume: Dan @ The Tang

Romuald Hazoume: Dan @ The Tang

Environment and Object: Recent African Art @ The Tang, Saratoga Springs. A show of recent African art that examines the impact of the environment on contemporary African life as well as the use of found objects and appropriated materials as a recurring presence in current African art. Artists include El Anatsui, Zwelethu Mthethwa and Yinka Shonibare as well as emerging artists such as Bright Ugochukwu Eke, George Osodi, and Nnenna Okore, among others. (Through July 31)

Mary Sipp Green: Sundown at Wesley's Farm

Mary Sipp Green: Sundown at Wesley's Farm @ Harrison Gallery

A Celebration of the Development of our Collection @ Harrison Gallery, Williamstown. The gallery celebrates its tenth anniversary with a retrospective exhibition featuring artists whose work has been shown in the gallery over the past ten years, including Stephen Hannock, John MacDonald, Hale Johnson, Nick Patten, Wayne Thiebaud and Susie Cronin. (Through July 31)

Martijn Hendriks: Untitled @ MASS MoCA

Martijn Hendriks: Untitled @ MASS MoCA

Memery: Imitation, Memory, and Internet Culture @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Meme + Memory = Memery. Featuring nine artists who extract lasting forms of expression from a seemingly impermanent and ever-evolving online world, this exhibition will debut a new work by Penelope Umbrico and feature new installations in continuing series by Oliver Laric and Martijn Hendriks. Other artists include: AIDS-3D, John Michael Boling, Mark Callahan, Constant Dullaart, Brian Kane, and Rob Matthews. (Through July 31)

Scott Taylor: Barrington Stage @ Hancock Shaker Village

Scott Taylor: Barrington Stage @ Hancock Shaker Village

Painting the Town: A Downtown Pittsfield Retrospective @ Pittsfield 250, a solo exhibition of Scott Taylor’s acrylic paintings of 44 historic Pittsfield buildings. The works will be displayed alongside historic photos and brief descriptions of the buildings. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these paintings will help to support programming at Hancock Shaker Village. (Through July 31)


Continuing:

Kahn & Selesnick: Earthrise @ Carrie Haddad Photographs

Kahn & Selesnick: Earthrise @ Carrie Haddad Photographs

Mars: Adrift on an Hourglass Sea @ Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson. Kahn & Selesnick’s fantastical photographs portraying a female protagonist who finds herself alone in a wasteland that appears to be Mars. Also on view is Speed is Cinema, a photograph series by Peter Mattei created with an inexpensive Canon Elf digital camera running at its default automatic settings while moving at high speeds (in cars or trains.) An artist talk with Kahn & Selesnick will be held on Saturday, July 30th at 7:30pm. (Through August 7)

Shellburne Thurber: Mitchell Ward House, Front Hallway with Door and TV @ The Tang Teaching Museum

Shellburne Thurber: Mitchell Ward House, Front Hallway with Door and TV @ The Tang Teaching Museum

Alumni Invitational 3 @ The Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. Artwork that spans four decades—from the late 1960s through the late ’90s—and artists that bring a range of approaches and techniques to their work, from large-scale color photography to recycled furniture design. The four featured artists are Bradley Castellanos, Josh Dorman, Johnny Swing, and Shellburne Thurber. (Through August 14)

Stephen Wallingf: Belgian @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Stephen Wallingf: Belgian @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Interior/Exterior @ Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson. Wooden 3-D wall reliefs by Stephen Walling and paintings by Patty Neal, Scott Foster and Joseph Maresca. (Through August 14)

Roger Mason: Warren Street @ Hudson Opera House

Roger Mason: Warren Street @ Hudson Opera House

Warren Street @ The Hudson Opera House. A show of painting and photography with Hudson’s main thoroughfare as subject and Lynn Davis’ “Warren Street Project” as centerpiece. Also included in the show are Edward Avedisian, McWillie Chambers, George Crosby, Teddy Cruz, Lynn Davis, David Franck, Enid Futterman, Tom Froese, Rodney Alan Greenblat, Phyllis Hjorth, Nancy Hagin, Chad Kleitsch, Melora Kuhn, David Lee, Reggie Madison, Roger Mason (photo above), Richard Minsky, Lee Musselman, Seth Nadel, Bruno Pasquier-Desvignes, Ken Polinskie, Lucio Pozzi, Tom Roe, Dan Rupe, Margaret Saliske, Randall Schmit, Barbara Slate, Bill Sullivan, Earl Swanigan, Benjamin Swett, Tony Thompson, Jim Wright and Arthur Yanoff. (Through August 14)

Works by Daisy Craddock @ John Davis Gallery

Works by Daisy Craddock @ John Davis Gallery

Daisy Craddock @ John Davis Gallery, Hudson. Hudson river landscape paintings. Also on display will be works by Bruce Gagnier, Erin Walrath, Ruth Lauer Manenti, Gabriel Phipps and Jennifer Riley.Artist receptioN: Saturday, July 23, 6-8pm (Through August 14)

Works by Leah Macdonald @ Galerie BMG

Works by Leah Macdonald @ Galerie BMG

Leah Maconald: Soliliquy @ Galerie BMG, Woodstock. The Philadelphia artist exhibits a new series of photographc and mixed media images: starting with silver gelatin prints, the black and white images are painted with oils and wax, scratched, sometimes torn and reconstructed, resulting in a strong, moody, feminine narrative. (Through August 15)

Works by Katy Higgins @ Courthouse Gallery

Works by Katy Higgins @ Courthouse Gallery

Katy Higgins: New Work @ Courthouse Gallery, Lake George. Photographs from two recent bodies of work: the Empty Exhibit series, which documents the constructed landscapes that form the backdrops of exhibits at zoos, and Herbarium, a series of images of fake plants. (Through August 19)

Works by Bob Lafond @ Studio 21 South

Works by Bob Lafond @ Studio 21 South

Oh Crap! @Studio 21 South, North Adams. An exhibit of art about things forgotten, discarded, and left behind featuring paintings by Gabriella Soraci, drawings and pastels by Bob Lafond and assemblages by Susie Tarnowicz as well as works by gallery artists including including paintings of local and North Adams scenes by Thor Wickstrom, Tanglewood views by Jaye Fox and Hudson River landscapes by Eric March. (Through August 21)

Works by William DeMichele @ PhotoCenter of the Capital Region

Works by William DeMichele @ PhotoCenter of the Capital Region

Marks of Identity: The Photography of William DeMichele @ The Photography Center of the Capital District, Troy. William DeMichele is noted for his portraits on of people and their tattoos. The photographs of this exhibit were taken in the 1990s and have had long-running showings at the Art Institute of Chicago and the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Opening Reception: Friday, July 29, 5–9 pm (Troy Night Out)(Through August 21)

CAMP: Visiting Day @ Center for Photography at Woodstock. An exhibit inspired by the Catskill’s historic ties to sleep away camps, this exhibition features artists who knowingly revisit the magical realm where youth reigns, adulthood emerges, secret selves are revealed and identity is transformed featuring works by Gay Block, Adrain Chesser, Anthony Goicolea, Lauren Greenfield, Jennifer Loeber and Albert J. Winn. (Through August 28)

 Untitled (Series #3)

Untitled (Series #3)

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot @ EMPAC, Troy. Two sound works: On the mezzanine, the installation untitled (Series #3) unfolds with bowls, dishes, and glasses floating in several pools of water. As these objects touch, the space is filled with their fleeting, floating music.
The second installation, index (v.4), is an interpretation of EMPAC’s communication network activity, played by two-computer controlled pianos at the entrances at each end of the building. Software written in collaboration with EMPAC’s IT team monitors the networks and translates bits and pieces into musical notes for the pianos—using the computers and pianos to connect work and play. (Through September 1)

Karene Faul Alumni Exhibition @ Esther Massry Gallery, Albany. Curated by Sharon Bates, the exhibition includes works by Kevin Calisto, Marilee Sousiem, Jacqueline Weaver, Chloe Kettlewell, James Van Duyne, Lauren Vallese, David Austin and Kathy Greenwood in a variety of disciplines including painting, photography, drawing, sculpture and video. Closing reception: Friday, September 2, 5-7pm. (Through September 2)

Sébastien Barré: Schagticoke Fair (Ferris Wheel, Small) @ Albany Institute of History & Art

Sébastien Barré: Schagticoke Fair (Ferris Wheel, Small) @ Albany Institute of History & Art

2011 Exhibition by Artists of the Mohawk-Hudson Region Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany. Established in 1936, the annual Mohawk-Hudson Regional highlights the work of artists working within a 100-mile radius of Albany. This year’s juror is Holly Hughes. Artist reception: Today (Thursday, July 21), 5:30-8:30pm. With awards ceremony at 6:30pm. (Through September 4)

(left) Hamaska in Tluwulahu Costume with Speaker's Staff-Qagyuhl, (right) Nickolas Muray: Frida Kahlo @ Fenimore Art Museum

(left) Hamaska in Tluwulahu Costume with Speaker's Staff-Qagyuhl, (right) Nickolas Muray: Frida Kahlo @ Fenimore Art Museum

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray @ Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. Photographer Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) came to America in 1913 from Hungary and began a forty-five year career as a photographer. He began photographing Frida Kahlo in color in the winter of 1938, when Muray and Kahlo were at the height of an on-again, off-again ten-year love affair, and continued to do so until 1948. (Through September 5)

Keeping Time @ Albany International Airport, Albany. Artists navigate the collective and individual mythology of nostalgia with an eye for its humorous, deceptive and often bittersweet nature. Featuring Joel Griffith, Stevan Jennis, Matt LaFleur, Leslie Lew, Michael MIllspaugh, Ken Ragsdale and Randy Regier. (Through September 5)

Regarding Place: Photographs from the University Art Collections

Regarding Place: Photographs from the University Art Collections @ University Art Museum, UAlbany

Regarding Place: Photographs from the University Art Collections @ University Art Museum, UAlbany

Regarding Place: Photographs from the University Art Collections @ @ University Art Museum, UAlbany. Over 80 black and white photographs that focus on the shifting roles landscape and place have played in the trajectory of modern photography. Iconic images by Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Marilyn Bridges, Douglas Huebler, Joel Meyerowitz, Giles Peress, Edward Steichen and Andy Warhol will be shown alongside less familiar, but equally arresting images that span almost the entire twentieth-century. Also on display are three of Wolfgang Staehle’s full-color digital projections recording a panoramic view of a recognizable New York State site: the Hudson River Valley, Manhattan’s Lower East Side, and Niagara Falls. (Through September 10)

Works by Robert Cartmell @ Viewpoint Gallery

Works by Robert Cartmell @ Viewpoint Gallery

Robert Cartmell: Cyclone Melodies @ Viewpoint Gallery, Troy. Curated by Sarah Martinez and Gail Nadeau, an exhibition of drawings by UAlbany professor emeritus of art and noted rollercoaster enthusiast Robert Cartmell. Reception: Wednesday, August 17, 2011, 4:30-6:30pm. (Through September 16)

Edward Hopper: August in the City @ The Hyde Collection

Edward Hopper: August in the City @ The Hyde Collection

New York, New York! The 20th Century @ The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls. Comprised of works dating from 1889 to 2009, this exhibition features over sixty paintings, photographs, sculptures, and works on paper that capture New York City’s unique urban atmosphere and the human interface with it. Artists represented in this exhibition include Berenice Abbott, Diane Arbus, George Bellows, Stuart Davis, Andreas Feininger, Childe Hassam, Edward Hopper, Reginald Marsh, and Jim MacMillan’s moving photograph of the World Trade Center on September 12, 2001. (Through September 17)

A Satanic Leaftailed Gecko @ The Berkshire Museum

A Satanic Leaftailed Gecko @ The Berkshire Museum

Geckos: Tails to Toepads @ The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. 14 different species of geckos in native habitats as well as interactive stations offering a first-hand look at gecko night vision, the many difference sounds they make and your chance to try to spot as many camouflaged geckos as you can. (Through September 18)

Bureau For Open Culture: I Am Searching For Field Character @ MASS MoCA

Bureau For Open Culture: I Am Searching For Field Character @ MASS MoCA

Bureau For Open Culture: I Am Searching For Field Character @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Bureau For Open Culture’s I Am Searching For Field Character is an examination of the today’s cultural worker featuring a series of public conversations, performances, installations, workshops and a beer garden with a slew of artists, writers, designers and thinkers visiting North Adams over the course of the summer. (Through September 23)

Works by Roberto Juarez @ Berkshire Museum

Works by Roberto Juarez @ Berkshire Museum

Roberto Juarez: Mural Paintrings 2000-2011 @ Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. Inspired by his world travels and influenced by traditions of Hispanic and non-Western art, an exhibit of mural-scale paintings that range in style and subject, depicting flora and fauna as well as employing geometric abstraction. O (Through September 25)

Camille Pissarro: Ludovic-Rodolphe Pissarro Reading (detail) @ The Clark Art Institute

Camille Pissarro: Ludovic-Rodolphe Pissarro Reading (detail) @ The Clark Art Institute

Pissarro’s People @ The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown. A fresh look at the Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro that examines his portraits, harvest scenes and market views through the lens of his personal relationships, profound social and economic concerns, and anarchist beliefs, based on new scholarship by curator and leading Pissarro scholar Richard R. Brettell. Opens Sunday, June 12. (Through October 2)

Leonda Finke: Woman in the Sun Seated (photo by Caroline Cook)

Leonda Finke: Woman in the Sun Seated @ Chesterwood (photo by Caroline Cook)

Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood 2011 @ Chesterwood, Stockbridge. Guest Sculptor: Leonda Froehlich Finke. Participating sculptors: John Belardo, Clifford Blanchard, Carole Eisner, Anne Huibregtse, Jilaine Jones, David Judelson, Joshua Koffman, , Richard Rothschild, Mary Ellen Scherl, Kaete Brittin Shaw. Christopher Smith. Ed Smith, Gregory Smith, Leon Smith and Ellen Wetmore. (Through October 10)

Nancy Graves: The Drama of Inner Life @ The Berkshire Museum

Nancy Graves: The Drama of Inner Life @ The Berkshire Museum

Collectors’ Choice: Selections from the Jane and Jay Braus Collection @ The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. More than 25 contemporary and modern artworks hand-picked by the couple from their private collection including work by Sam Francis, Nancy Graves, Red Grooms, David Hockney, Alex Katz, Sol LeWitt, and Graham Nickson. (Through October 11)

XMALIA @ 18 Holden Street

XMALIA @ 18 Holden Street

XMALIA @ 18 Holden Street, North Adams. Drawings, video, objects, garments and photographs about human-animal relations and the phenomena of vanishing creatures, created by inter-disciplinary artist, musician and performer C. Ryder Cooley. Also on display are found-object dioramas by Dennis Herbert. (Through October 16)

Robert S. Duncanson: Landscape, 1851 @ Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Robert S. Duncanson: Landscape, 1851 @ Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Robert S. Duncanson: The Spiritual Striving of the Freedmen’s Sons @ Thomas Cole National Historic Site, Catskill. The first exhibition featuring the work of the nineteenth-century African-American landscape painter Robert S. Duncanson in many years, bringing the work of this ground-breaking artist to the home of Thomas Cole, who was a major influence on Duncanson. The catalogue for this exhibition contain an essay by curator Joseph D. Ketner including new information on the artist and color illustrations of many new paintings discovered over the past fifteen years. (Through October 30)

Digital production still of Pedro and Nico from “Rio” @ The Norman Rockwell Museum

Digital production still of Pedro and Nico from “Rio” @ The Norman Rockwell Museum

Ice Age: To The Digital Age: The 3D Animation Art of Blue Sky Studios @ The Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge. An interactive exhibition exploring the art of animation in the digital age featuring animation heavyweights Blue Sky Studios, critically acclaimed for their animated films Ice Age and its sequels, Robots and Rio, as well as special effects and animation work for TRON, Alien Resurrection, Star Trek: Insurrection, Joe’s Apartment and numerous others. (Through October 31)

Blinky Palermo @ Dia:Beacon and CSC Bard

Blinky Palermo @ Dia:Beacon and CSC Bard

Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-77 @ Dia:Beacon and CCS Bard Galleries, Annandale-on-Hudson. Concurrent exhibitions of the first North American retrospective of the work of German abstract painter Blinky Palermo. (Through October 31)

Michael Oatman: All Utopias Fell

Michael Oatman: All Utopias Fell @ MASS MoCA

All Utopias Fell @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. A long-term installation that will be open seasonally, Michael Oatman’s ambitious vision re-purposes an Airstream trailer into a crashed satellite, complete with parachutes and solar panels. (Ongoing, open seasonally through October)

Katharina Grosse: One Floor Up More Highly @ MASS MoCA

Katharina Grosse: One Floor Up More Highly @ MASS MoCA

Katharina Grosse: One Floor Up More Highly @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. Katharina Grosse’s new installation fills with massive Building 5 gallery with her largest commission to date. Cool video here showing the ingenious way the MASS MoCA folks managed to get 700 cubic yards of soil into Building 5. (Through October 30)

Photo (detail) of Norman Rockwell working on "First Trip to the Beauty Parlor" with dog Pitter in his Stockbridge studio, 1972. (photo by Bill Scovill)

Photo (detail) of Norman Rockwell working on "First Trip to the Beauty Parlor" with dog Pitter in his Stockbridge studio, 1972. (photo by Bill Scovill)

It’s a Dog’s Life: Norman Rockwell Paints Man’s Best Friend @ Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge. An installation focused on Norman Rockwell’s work with man’s best friends including original artworks, photographs, and archival materials that offer insights into his artistic goals and working methods. (Through November 11)

If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home By Now @ CCS Bard Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. An exhibition focusing on the theme of “the domestic” and the idea of differences in viewing, experiencing, and evaluating contemporary art in a public vs. domestic environment. Included are works by Carl Andre, Cindy Sherman, Gerhard Richter and Agnes Martin as well as new projects by Josiah McElheny and borrowed works by artists such as John Chamberlain. (Through December 16)

Shadow Catcher: Edward Curtis Among the Kwakiutl @ Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown. Edward Curtis (1868-1954) devoted over 20 years to photographing and documenting over 80 American Indian tribes. After receiving a commission from financier J.P. Morgan, he produced a 20 volume series called The North American Indian, with each volume comprising 75 photogravures and 300 pages of text. The exhibition features the complete Portfolio Number 10, entitled The Kwakiutl. Paired with the Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art, which includes numerous Kwakiutl artworks, the exhibition allows visitors to see the masterpieces of the Thaw collection be brought to life in the ceremonies and lives of the Kwakiutl people. (Through December 31)

The Workers @ MASS MoCA

The Workers @ MASS MoCA

The Workers @ MASS MoCA, North Adams. An exhibition examining the state of labor today with nearly 40 works by 25 emerging and established international artists including Claire Beckett, Osman Bozkurt, Camel Collective, Mircea Cantor, Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar, Susan Collis, Vicky Funari and Sergio De La Torre, Jason Dodge, Sam Durant, Harun Farocki, Yevgeniy Fiks, Anthony Hernandez, Oded Hirsch, Hugo Hopping, Emily Jacir, Laboratorio 060 with York Chang, Mary Lum, Yoshua Okon, Adrian Paci, Jaume Pitarch, Oliver Ressler, Stephanie Rothenberg, Tyler Rowland, Allan Sekula and Santiago Sierra. (Through March 15, 2012)

Three Squares Gyratory I @ Broadway and Stueben Street, Albany

Three Squares Gyratory I @ Broadway and Stueben Street, Albany

Sculpture in the Streets @ various locations, downtown Albany. They’re large, they’re stainless steel and they move in the wind: five kinetic sculptures by George Rickey are gracing the streets of downtown Albany. Here’s the map. You can read Get Visual’s review here. (Through March, 2012)

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