Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible, the title of the exhibition was quoted from one of the slogans that the May 68 of the French civil unrest insisted. Just as the unrest requested, the exhibition seeks after the impossibilities, which are the underrepresented values located outside of the authority (The writer refers to this authority as ‘Empire’). At this exhibition, it isn’t important to define meanings of the voices, echoed through the revolution. What this exhibition ultimately focuses on is how to face questions from those voices rather than how to answer them.
Albert Stadler, Ann Purcell, Balcomb Greene, Charlotte Park, Dan Christensen, Edward Avedisian, Eric Dever, Frank Wimberley, Gertrude Greene, James Walsh, Jill Nathanson, John Goodyear, John Opper, Jon Schueler, Joyce Weinstein, Judith Godwin, Ken Greenleaf, Larry Poons, Larry Zox, Mike Solomon, Paul Jenkins, Perle Fine, Raymond Hendler, Stanley Boxer, Stephen Pace, Susan Vecsey, Syd Solomon, Walter Darby Bannard, William Perehudoff, Yvonne Thomas
Berry Campbell Gallery, New York
07/09/18 - 08/17/18
M. Henry Jones, Jasmine Pradissitto, Patrick McMullan, PHASE 2, Distort, Anthony Haden Guest, Bradley Hart, Brian Farrell, Gary Kaleda, Meres One, Luciana Pampalone, Sket One, Kirill Abramov, Bio Tats Cru, Ian Sullivan, James Espino, Josh Fayer, Jung Nam Lee, Marc Friedlander, Andrei Petrov, Caroline Eleanor Absher, Blake Sandberg, Mitchell Rosenzweig, Erik Skoldberg
Anderson Contemporary , New York
04/26/18 - 06/30/18