It is Tamara Zahaykevichs admirable abandonment of order that controls Hey Harmonica!, the artists first solo show at the recently opened Kansas Gallery.
In his third solo exhibition at Anton Kern Gallery, Sergej Jensen mediates between disparate forces in such a way that the resultant fine-tuned choreography moves not as a breeze or gale, but rather as a multifaceted cyclone. In tandem with a new and unexpected fervor, Jensens characteristic tranquility directs the viewing experience with greater authority than it would given over to either extreme.
The East Williamsburg Soloway Gallerys eighth exhibition since opening in August 2010 confronts what makes everyone, like, want to barf, according to Annette Wehrhahn, the shows curator and one of Soloways four founders.
I was miffed at first. Reading the Can I Get Witness? press release as I entered its boisterous opening, I struggled to envision the works by Joshua Abelow, Joachim Yoyo Friedrich, and Matt Connolly.
If Joseph Montgomery played accordion, Velveteen would embody his instruments bellowing out.