Wall Drawing #564: Complex forms with color ink washes superimposed was conceived by Sol LeWitt for the Venice Biennale of 1988 and hasn't been exhibited since. The piece belongs to a series of wall drawings from the late 1980s and symbolizes a critical departure from object-based art. Sol believed in the “primacy of the idea.”
Wall Drawing #576C (also from 1988) is on view at the gallery’s 521 West 21st Street location.
Tuesday - Saturday from 10am to 6pm
September 3 - October 12, 2013
Paula Cooper Gallery
534 W 21st Street, NY, NY 10011
Hanson circa the '90s
Gen Y's favorite boy band, Hanson, is back in town. The MmmBop boys released their ninth studio effort, Anthem, in June, and are now on a world tour. And if things couldn't get any better the boys, er men, have created their own beer (smartly named MmmHops) to celebrate 21 years together. #thingsthatmakemefeelold
Banksy, Gilling's favorite artist
UK-based author Ralph Gilling will lead attendees on the path to enlightenment in his two-hour talk, with the intention to expose and heighten consciousness.