No Longer Showing.
This group exhibition brought together more than twenty New York-based artists whose works engage diverging conceptual approaches to abstract painting and question the fundamental roots of the medium’s modernist legacies. Renegotiating histories of painting with a mixture of both irony and sincerity, these artists appropriate aspects of non-narrative abstraction as “ready-made” vocabularies to be reinvented. Whether resulting from detached and mechanized modes of production or more direct, hand-rendered means, the works’ formal gestural qualities are offered up in relation to conceptual, minimalist, process, and pop art traditions. Artists included Richard Aldrich, Polly Apfelbaum, Kerstin Braetsch, Ana Cardoso, Jessica Dickinson, Cheryl Donegan, Keltie Ferris, Wade Guyton, Jaya Howey, Alex Hubbard, Jacqueline Humphries, Jacob Kassay, Jutta Koether, Nate Lowman, Seth Price, R.H. Quaytman, Blake Rayne, Davis Rhodes, Cheyney Thompson, Patricia Treib, Charline von Heyl, and Kelley Walker.
November 13, 2009–January 16, 2010
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Photo: David Allison
Jan 24 2018
Historically speaking, the cultural importance of The Kitchen has revolved at least in part around its very obscurity. In other words, the platform exists precisely to propel work that resists easy definition, and the artists working here—throughout the organization’s nearly five-decade existence...Read On
Jan 03 2018
Every year, The Kitchen presents artists whose works are uniquely, often provocatively resonant within contemporary culture – challenging our understanding of art and, as important, of social convention. In fact, they continually change our sense of both, creating the possibility for a new relati...Read On
Dec 15 2017
At the end of each year, it's humbling to step back and recognize what amazing works artists have created at The Kitchen. In our gallery, think of a generation-defining video installation by Meriem Bennani or all-night loft party by Martin Beck; radical new choreography and staging by Jen Rose...Read On