Here's a mess of photos, especially a lot from the 100 voids, I don't think I got all 100 pieces, but I did capture a LOT. I'm vain so I'll start with my piece, you know, for the "fans"....
It's "Feldspar 5" shown here at night with the little LED lights going and a pretty smile in the corner. I was fortunate to have got a spot just above Allyce Wood's lovely piece!
But, before we get into all the rest of the 100 Voids, which surrounded the TK with their 100 magnet adhered plexi cases, here's a few snapshots from the more traditional gallery shows of the evening:
Did you know I'm actually related to John Quincey Adams? And John Adams too, if you would believe it.
I really want to go back and take a closer look at this show- every president is represented, not only is it amusing, it's educational!
William Clinton, with a gift from Monica!
And of course:
From the Punch Exhibition Declarative Sentences featuring Allison Manch, Ries Niemi, and Mackenzie Boetes
Allison Manch (above)
From the Teeth Exhibition: This show reminded me of the work of my friend Jess Rees, who has been doing teeth for some time - I think there is just something primal about teeth - I still have weird dreams about having teeth fall out and such.
A roughly cropped photo of one of Ellen Zeigler's lovely pieces
One of Margie Livingston's new works at Greg Kucera. I'm very impressed with how the work is developing - it's becoming more sophisticated as she continues to explore these different ways of painting without actually painting. That block is layers of poured paint fashioned into that shape and cut.
And now we have the 100 Voids!
Chris Sheridan (bottom)
Kate Protage, Barbara Shaiman and Chris Sheridan
Amber Anderson (right)
The Osgood Family (from Bherd)
Jesse Higman and Todd Jannuasch