Press Releases

  1. Either/Or
  2. Tristan Perich: Noise Patterns
  3. Synth Nights: Annie Gosfield, Yuka C. Honda, Brian Marsella, and Ebe Oke
  4. Synth Nights: David Behrman, Sergei Tcherepnin, and Ben Vida
  5. Michael Portnoy: 27 Gnosis
  6. Jennifer Monson/iLAND: Live Dancing Archive
  7. Jacob Kassay: Untitled (disambiguation)
  8. Nadia Sirota: Baroque
  9. Claude Wampler: N’a pas un gramme de charisme.
  10. Radiohole: INFLATABLE FRANKENSTEIN
  11. Matt Keegan & Eileen Quinlan: Y? O! G... A.
  12. Camille Henrot and Joakim: Psychopompe
  13. Adrienne Truscott: ...Too Freedom...
  14. New York City Players presents Richard Maxwell: Neutral Hero
  15. Elad Lassry: Untitled (Presence)
  16. Synth Nights: Oneohtrix Point Never + Musica Elettronica Viva
  17. DD Dorvillier / human future dance corps: Danza Permanente
  18. The Kitchen L.A.B.: Shannon Jackson, Elad Lassry, Tere O’Connor, and Lynne Tillman
  19. Staging the People: Jacques Rancière and Bruno Bosteels in Conversation
  20. Matter Out of Place
  21. Dirty Looks: On Location presents This Is Not a Dream
  22. MASO ET MISO VONT EN BATEAU: 1970s Feminist Video by French Militant Collectives
  23. An Evening with Cinema 16
  24. The National Theater of the United States of America: The Golden Veil
  25. Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  26. ACMEPerforms the music of William Brittelle and Mick Barr
  27. If I Can't Dance: How We Behave
  28. Matt Wolf: I Remember – A Film about Joe Brainard
  29. Virginia Overton
  30. Keren Cytter: Show Real Drama
  31. Harry Dodge: Frowntown
  32. An Evening with The Paris Review
  33. Laura Parnes: County Down
  34. Either/Or: 7th Annual Spring Festival
  35. Bjarne Melgaard Interviews Leo Bersani
  36. Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
  37. An Evening with Fillip
  38. An Evening with Douglas Crimp: “Our Kind of Movie”—The Films of Andy Warhol
  39. Optipus Laboratory
  40. An Evening with The New Inquiry
  41. Instrumentals
  42. An Evening with Ugly Duckling Presse: Emergency INDEX
  43. Robert Beavers on Markopoulos and the Temenos
  44. Simone Leigh: You Don’t Know Where Her Mouth Has Been
  45. Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  46. Neal Medlyn: Wicked Clown Love
  47. The Varieties of Performance Experience: A panel discussion with authors Judith Rodenbeck and Shannon Jackson
  48. Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  49. Lauren Kelley: Froufrou Conclusions
  50. Dance and Process: Julie Alexander, Michelle Boulé, and Martin Lanz
  51. An Evening with Electronic Literature Organization
  52. Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion:Live! The Realest MC
  53. An Evening with n+1
  54. An Evening with Hal Foster: The Art-Architecture Complex and The First Pop Age
  55. Robert Ashley: That Morning Thing
  56. Jennie C. Jones: Absorb / Diffuse
  57. Joe Winter: The Stars Below
  58. Anna Sperber: FOREVERANDADAY
  59. Yvonne Rainer: Poems
  60. A.Bandit: Experiments from The [Space] Between featuring Glenn Kaino and Derek DelGaudio
  61. Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  62. The Kitchen Block PartyA Free Neighborhood Street Fair
  63. Pioneers of the Downtown Sound:
    Tony Conrad, Pauline Oliveros,
    Joan La Barbara, Laurie Spiegel,
    and Rhys Chatham
  64. The View from a Volcano:The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85
  65. PearlDamour + Shawn Hall: How to Build a Forest
  66. Dean Moss and Sungmyung Chun: Nameless forest
  67. Out of PrintAn Evening with Ugly Duckling Presse
  68. Emily Roysdon: A Gay Bar Called Everywhere (With Costumes and No Practice)
  69. PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature: New Orleans
  70. Shame the Devil
  71. Michael Paul Britto and Kenya (Robinson)
  72. MGM Grand: NUT
  73. Aluminum Music
  74. 21c Liederabend op. 2
  75. Steven Reker: People Get Ready
  76. My Barbarian: Broke People’s Baroque Peoples’ Theater
  77. Vicky Shick: Not Entirely Herself
  78. Cauleen Smith: REMOTE VIEWING
  79. An Evening with Cinema 16
  80. Annie Gosfield: Daughters of the Industrial Revolution
  81. Briggan Krauss with Raha Raissnia: Cosmography
  82. Brent Green: Gravity was Everywhere Back Then
  83. Ellie Ga: The Fortunetellers
  84. Trajal Harrell: Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at The Judson Church
  85. An Evening with Esopus
  86. An Evening with CoonBidness
  87. Shim Sham
  88. Devotion: Sarah MichelsonFor New York City Players
  89. Adam Pendleton: BAND
  90. Dance and Process: Oren Barnoy, Megan Byrne, and Antonio Ramos
  91. Toni Dove: Spectropia
  92. Tamar-kali: Pseudoacoustic Valerie June: Organic Moonshine Roots Music
  93. An Evening with FENCE BOOKS
  94. An Evening with Sam Amidon
  95. n+1 symposium on Roland Barthes: Reflections on the public, private intellectual
  96. Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
  97. Alex Hubbard: Death Never Sleeps
  98. Sean Raspet: As If Written In
  99. Ralph Lemon: Meditation
  100. Rhys Chatham and Angie Eng: Echodes
  101. Sam Green and Dave Cerf: Utopia in Four Movements Live music by The Quavers special guest Brendan Canty (Fugazi)
  102. Shim Sham
  103. Christian Rizzo: b.c, janvier 1545, fontainebleau
  104. Yasmeen Godder: Singular Sensation
  105. Pamela Z: Baggage Allowance
  106. The Absolutely Other
  107. That Reminds Me: An Evening with A Public Space
  108. Donna Uchizono: longing two A work performed in two parts
  109. Shim Sham
  110. Derrick Adams: Go Stand Next To The Mountain Narcissister: This Masquerade
  111. Leslie Hewitt: On Beauty, Objects, and Dissonance
  112. Mary Halvorson / Kevin Shea
  113. Talk Show: An Evening with Ugly Duckling Presse
  114. luciana achugar: PURO DESEO
  115. Pablo Helguera: The Juvenal Players
  116. Shana Moulton and Nick Hallett: Whispering Pines 10
  117. Jay Scheib: Bellona, Destroyer of Cities
  118. Amy Granat: The Sheltering Sky
  119. Doveman and Peter Pears: An Evening with Thomas Bartlett and Nico Muhly
  120. David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group: Big Eater
  121. An Evening with Chimurenga
  122. Alex Escalante: The 25th Frame
  123. An Evening with Cabinet: The Art of Hypochondria
  124. An Evening with Esopus
  125. Jon Kinzel: Responsible Ballet And What We Need is a Bench to Put Books On
  126. Shim Sham
  127. Hahn Rowe
  128. Nature Theater of Oklahoma: Romeo and Juliet
  129. Besides, With, Against, and Yet: Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture

Press Coverage

  1. "Dance and Process is both an important platform for new artists and a reflection of the Kitchen's commitment to supporting innovative work."
    –Art in America on Dance and Process: Kira Alker and Elke Luyten, Anna Azrieli, Moriah Evans, Yve Laris Cohen
  2. "Structurally, it was a game-changer. It felt like a new beginning."
    –New York Times on Dance and Process: Kira Alker and Elke Luyten, Anna Azrieli, Moriah Evans, Yve Laris Cohen
  3. "One of New York's more trustworthy purveyors of fresh sounds"
    –The New York Times on Either/Or
  4. "...an engaging, magnetic performance, one that offered a satisfactory taste of rare sounds while making you crave even more."
    –Bachtrack on Either/Or
  5. "...enjoy the ride."
    –New York Theatre Review on William Leavitt: Habitat
  6. Amy Taubin on Chantal Akerman's "Maniac Shadows"
    –Artforum on Chantal Akerman: Maniac Shadows
  7. Will Heinrich on Chantal Akerman's 'Maniac Shadows'
    –NY Observer on Chantal Akerman: Maniac Shadows
  8. "This place is where a lone woman takes her journey...Wieder-Atherton assumes the role of the woman, using the cello as her voice."
    –Classical TV on Sonia Wieder-Atherton: Odyssey for Cello and Imaginary Choir
  9. "...a brisk, beautiful, and in the end thought-provoking presentation..."
    –Atlas Obscura on Sam Green and Yo La Tengo: The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller
  10. Interview by Buck Wanner and Jess Applebaum on Sam Green's "The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller"
    –Culturebot on Sam Green and Yo La Tengo: The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller
  11. Andrew Russeth reviews Sam Green and Yo La Tengo's "The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller"
    –GalleristNY on Sam Green and Yo La Tengo: The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller
  12. "John DeFore on "The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller"
    –The Hollywood Reporter on Sam Green and Yo La Tengo: The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller
  13. Rashida Bumbray interviews with Camille A. Brown about her piece, "Mr. TOL E. RAncE"
    –Movement Research on Camille A. Brown & Dancers:
    Mr. TOL E. RAncE
  14. "... never experienced before."
    –Bachtrack on Michael Portnoy: 27 Gnosis
  15. "Time and faith are deeply woven into “Live Dancing Archive.” What does it mean when an artist gives everything to pursue an idea to the bitter end? Of course it’s rare, but in this case it’s also a work delivered with supreme elegance."
    –The New York Times on Jennifer Monson/iLAND: Live Dancing Archive
  16. "Migrating Back to the Wilds of the Stage"
    –The New York Times on Jennifer Monson/iLAND: Live Dancing Archive
  17. Artforum's 500 Words: Claude Wampler
    –Artforum on Claude Wampler: N’a pas un gramme de charisme.
  18. "Clever "
    –Culturebot on Claude Wampler: N’a pas un gramme de charisme.
  19. Claudia La Rocco on Claude Wampler's 'Na pas un gramme de charisme'
    –Artforum on Claude Wampler: N’a pas un gramme de charisme.
  20. "Yuck, what a mess. What a sticky, goopy, embarrassing, all-over-the-place and absolutely necessary mess."
    –New York Times on Radiohole: INFLATABLE FRANKENSTEIN
  21. "Ms. Dorvillier is trying to uncover the difference between an emotional and visual impression."
    –New York Times on DD Dorvillier / human future dance corps: Danza Permanente
  22. BOMBLOG gets in depth with Dorvillier on her artistic development and her latest choreography.
    –BOMBLOG on DD Dorvillier / human future dance corps: Danza Permanente
  23. Laura Itzkowitz unravels the many layers within "Matter Out of Place."
    –Untapped New York on Matter Out of Place
  24. "Organized chaos, wry irony, and shrewd intelligence all flow through Normandy Raven Sherwood's The Golden Veil."
    –The Village Voice on The National Theater of the United States of America: The Golden Veil
  25. Bess Rowen reviews "The Golden Veil."
    –The Huffington Post on The National Theater of the United States of America: The Golden Veil
  26. "almost defies description"
    –Stage and Cinema on The National Theater of the United States of America: The Golden Veil
  27. Jody Christopherson on "The Golden Veil"
    –New York Theater Review on The National Theater of the United States of America: The Golden Veil
  28. Jack Ferver Tells All
    –OUT on Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  29. Five Things You Should Know About Jack Ferver
    –Classical TV on Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  30. Eight Questions for Jack Ferver
    –Bodies Never Lie on Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  31. Brian Seibert reviews "Two Alike"
    –The New York Timew on Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  32. "Consistently straddled the line not only between dark and light but between the worlds of children and adult"
    –The New Yorker on Jack Ferver and Marc Swanson: Two Alike
  33. Jake Cohen reviews ACME's latest show
    –Consequence of Sound on ACME Performs the music of William Brittelle and Mick Barr
  34. Interview Magazine's Christopher Bollen interviews Virginia Overton
    –Interview Magazine on Virginia Overton
  35. 5 Art Stars You Need to Know: Virginia Overton
    –The L Magazine on Virginia Overton
  36. "There's a magic show playing at The Kitchen."
    –GalleristNY on Virginia Overton
  37. "Undeniably elegant"
    –Art Forum on Virginia Overton
  38. Brian Seibert reviews "You're Me."
    –The New York Times on Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
  39. "Testing Realness" by Deborah Jowitt
    –Arts Journal on Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
  40. Cassie Peterson unravels the many layers of self in "You're Me."
    –BOMB on Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
  41. "Driscoll sets up a world where anything goes"
    –Dance Enthusiast on Faye Driscoll: You’re Me
  42. Douglas Crimp talks Warhol with Artforum's Chelsea Weathers.
    –Artforum on An Evening with Douglas Crimp: “Our Kind of Movie”—The Films of Andy Warhol
  43. Andy Beta profiles Arthur Russell's "Instrumentals"
    –The Wall Street Journal on Instrumentals
  44. Simone Leigh and the Fruits of Her Labor
    –Art21 Blog on Simone Leigh: You Don’t Know Where Her Mouth Has Been
  45. "[A] provocatively titled, spectacular exhibition"
    –Artnet on Simone Leigh: You Don’t Know Where Her Mouth Has Been
  46. Gia Kourlas interviews Pam Tanowitz
    –Time Out New York on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  47. "a distinguishing wit"
    –The New York Times on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  48. "the essence that remains is poetic and elegant"
    –Ephemeralist on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  49. "The new piece is borne from an artist challenging herself every moment."
    –Culturebot on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  50. Margaret Fuhrer reviews Untitled (The Blue Ballet).
    –Huffington Post on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  51. Deborah Jowitt reviews Untitled: The Blue Ballet
    –Arts Journal on Pam Tanowitz: Untitled (The Blue Ballet)
  52. Theatrical provocateur Neal Medlyn...
    –Bust Magazine on Neal Medlyn: Wicked Clown Love
  53. "Experimental dazzler Jay Scheib unveils the final installment of his multimedia performance trilogy"
    –Time Out New York (20 Shows to see this winter) on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  54. "His brand of theater always seems to be ahead of everybody else."
    –PAPERMAG on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  55. "If you liked the ideas in 'The Matrix', check this drama out."
    –Metromix New York on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  56. An Interview With Jay Scheib
    –Culturebot on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  57. Alex Zafiris interviews Jay Scheib
    –BOMB Magazine's BOMBLOG on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  58. Scott Macaulay interviews Jay Scheib
    –Filmmaker Magazine on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  59. "Visually dazzling and conceptually rich"
    –Time Out New York (January 11, 2012 review) on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  60. Insta-Theater Reviews By AndrewAndrew
    –PAPERMAG on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  61. "Mr. Scheib pulls off several startling trompe-l’oeil effects"
    –The New York Times on Jay Scheib: World of Wires
  62. Personas in Motion
    –CityArts on Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion: Live! The Realest MC
  63. A visionary opera composer inspires a new generation of followers.
    –Time Out New York on Robert Ashley: That Morning Thing
  64. A Fresh Stamp on a Veteran Composer’s Work
    –The New York Times on Robert Ashley: That Morning Thing
  65. Continuing to Play With the Tension Between Formality and Wildness
    –The New York Times on Anna Sperber: FOREVERANDADAY
  66. Faustin Linyekula: The Congolese artist embraces the future
    –Time Out New York on Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: more more more… future
  67. Dreaming Out of Desperation: Q & A With Congolese Choreographer Faustin Linyekula
    –Walker Art Center on Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: more more more… future
  68. "Not only is Faustin Linyekula’s more more more…future great fun, it packs a potent message."
    –WNET on Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: more more more… future
  69. Messages From Prison to an Irresistible Beat
    –The New York Times on Faustin Linyekula/Studios Kabako: more more more… future
  70. New Ways to Dance, Found in the Eyes of Others
    –The New York Times on Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  71. "TOOL IS LOOT...is utterly original, deeply comic and deviously beautiful."
    –The New York Times on Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  72. "...it's a bit of heaven."
    –Dance Magazine on Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  73. "TOOL IS LOOT was a wonderful, thoughtful and engaging performance..."
    –Culturebot on Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  74. "...it’s exhilarating watching these two superb artists approach dancing..."
    –DanceBeat on Wally Cardona and Jennifer Lacey with Jonathan Bepler: TOOL IS LOOT
  75. Cooking in the Kitchen, 1971-1985
    –NY Times Style Magazine Blog on The View from a Volcano:
    The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85
  76. Deb Singer and Eric Bogosian discuss the 40th anniversary of The Kitchen, and the exhibition “View from a Volcano: The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85.”
    –The Leonard Lopate Show on The View from a Volcano: The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85
  77. The View from a Volcano: The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85
    –The New Yorker on The View from a Volcano:
    The Kitchen's Soho Years, 1971-85
  78. How to Build a Forest with Pearl D'Amour and Shawn Hall
    –The Brooklyn Rail on PearlDamour + Shawn Hall: How to Build a Forest
  79. A Forest for the Trees
    –The Wall Street Journal on PearlDamour + Shawn Hall: How to Build a Forest
  80. A Party So Nice They're Throwing It Twice
    –The Wall Street Journal on Aluminum Music
  81. The Kitchen stages a revival of a cutting-edge downtown festival.
    –Time Out New York on Aluminum Music
  82. "In his exceptional and ongoing five-part 'Twenty Looks or Paris Is Burning at the Judson Church,' Trajal Harrell continues his rigorous exploration of two forms: postmodern dance and voguing."
    –Time Out New York on Trajal Harrell: Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at The Judson Church
  83. Matters of Faith, Prayer and Physical Exertion
    –The New York Times on Devotion: Sarah Michelson
    For New York City Players
  84. Sarah Michelson Teams Up with Richard Maxwell for Devotion
    –The Village Voice on Devotion: Sarah Michelson
    For New York City Players
  85. "Band" film installation replaces Rolling Stones with Deerhoof In a refashioning of Godard's "Sympathy for the Devil."
    –IFC News on Adam Pendleton: BAND
  86. In Toni Dove's 'Spectropia,' the Artist Hits Her Own Mark
    –The Wall Street Journal on Toni Dove: Spectropia
  87. Sam Amidon, Slightly Cracked Folk-Singer Extraordinaire, Is Playing The Kitchen
    –The Village Voice Blogs on An Evening with Sam Amidon
  88. On the Heels of His Recently Released Album, Sam Amidon Plays The Kitchen
    –The Wall Street Journal on An Evening with Sam Amidon
  89. Justin Bond Will Hold You Responsible
    –Culturebot on Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
  90. Catching Up With Justin Bond
    –Out on Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
  91. Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
    –The Huffington Post on Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
  92. Approval Matrix
    –New York Magazine on Justin Bond and the House of Whimsy: Re:Galli Blonde (A Sissy Fix)
  93. Mirror Mirror Steps Up: A Night at the Robert Melee Talent Show
    –Opening Ceremony on Robert Melee’s Talent Show
  94. IMPRESSIONS OF: Donna Uchizono - longing two
    >–The Dance Enthusiast on Donna Uchizono: longing two A work performed in two parts
  95. Go Stand Next to the Mountain: Brief talk with Derrick Adams’ upcoming performance
    –Encore Magazine on Derrick Adams: Go Stand Next To The Mountain Narcissister: This Masquerade
  96. Innovative Sounds
    –Encore Magazine on Mary Halvorson / Kevin Shea
  97. Halvorson's House: A BK Upstart Grinds Her Ax
    –The Village Voice on Mary Halvorson / Kevin Shea
  98. Luciana Achugar brings Puro Deseo to The Kitchen
    –The Village Voice on luciana achugar: PURO DESEO
  99. Incantation of the Human Body
    –Encore Magazine on luciana achugar: PURO DESEO
  100. "The work, her most sophisticated to date"
    –The New York Times on luciana achugar: PURO DESEO
  101. "a focused ritualistic exploration of haunting and the haunted"
    –Culturebot on luciana achugar: PURO DESEO
  102. Reality and Performance Collide at The Kitchen
    –Encore Magazine on Pablo Helguera: The Juvenal Players
  103. The Object Whisperer: Shana Moulton's Whispering Pines
    –Rhizome on Shana Moulton and Nick Hallett: Whispering Pines 10
  104. Spring Guide: Theater
    –The Village Voice on Jay Scheib: Bellona, Destroyer of Cities
  105. Sage of the Apocalypse
    –New York Magazine on Jay Scheib: Bellona, Destroyer of Cities
  106. "Scheib...has his own immutable laws to ground us: his customarily elegant use of live video, a grimy aesthetic indebted to Cassavetes, and a sprung-rhythm acting style"
    –Time Out New York on Jay Scheib: Bellona, Destroyer of Cities
  107. "Site-specific abstractions of criss-crossing light and shadow"
    –Art in America on Amy Granat: The Sheltering Sky
  108. "Out of a circle of friends, Doveman steps gingerly into the spotlight."
    –New York Magazine on Doveman and Peter Pears: An Evening with Thomas Bartlett and Nico Muhly
  109. Interview with the Man Behind Doveman, Thomas Bartlett
    –Classical TV on Doveman and Peter Pears: An Evening with Thomas Bartlett and Nico Muhly
  110. "The next best hope to update the minimalist generation sound."
    –The New York Observer on Doveman and Peter Pears: An Evening with Thomas Bartlett and Nico Muhly
  111. "A dark, and darkly funny, meditation on the human condition in 21st-century America."
    –New York Times on David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group: Big Eater
  112. "Escalante looks at the theater of politics."
    –Time Out New York on Alex Escalante: The 25th Frame
  113. "The choreographer explores duets."
    –Time Out New York on Jon Kinzel: Responsible Ballet And What We Need is a Bench to Put Books On
  114. "If you're in NYC next time it's on, don't miss it!"
    –The Dance Insider on Shim Sham
  115. "Expect to be in floods of teary laughter midway through."
    –The New York Times on Nature Theater of Oklahoma: Romeo and Juliet
  116. "A hilarious deconstructed take on an enduring classic."
    –Time Out New York on Nature Theater of Oklahoma: Romeo and Juliet
  117. Critics' Picks
    –Artforum on Besides, With, Against, and Yet: Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture
  118. "The Kitchen's 'Besides, With, Against, and Yet: Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture' staked out important ground."
    –Artforum on Besides, With, Against, and Yet: Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture

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