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The Museum Imagined

curated by Lilly Wei

October 16 – November 14, 2015

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Amar Bakshi: A Portal Between the Danese / Corey Gallery in New York City and cultural venues in Iran, Honduras, Mexico, Afghanistan and more, To make an appointment, go to http://sharedstudios.com/newyork/

Amar Bakshi: A Portal Between the Danese / Corey Gallery in New York City and cultural venues in Iran, Honduras, Mexico, Afghanistan and more

To make an appointment, go to http://sharedstudios.com/newyork/

Anne Deleporte

Anne Deleporte

The Space in Between, Reversed Dome, 2015

corrugated plastic, newspaper pages and acrylic paint

8 feet in diameter; weight 8 lb.

Stephen Dean, You Are Here, 2015, rice paper and glass head pins, 18 x 14 inches

Stephen Dean, You Are Here, 2015, rice paper and glass head pins, 18 x 14 inches

Ellen Harvey, Museum of Ornamental Leaves, 2015, pressed glue ornaments, clay board, acrylic, wood frames, varnish, 69.5 x 76.5 inches

Ellen Harvey, Museum of Ornamental Leaves, 2015, pressed glue ornaments, clay board, acrylic, wood frames, varnish, 69.5 x 76.5 inches

Provenance 2, 2015, Reuven Israel: Leaning Sculpture, copper coated steel rod, MDF and industrial paint

Provenance 2, 2015

Reuven Israel: Leaning Sculpture, copper coated steel rod, MDF and industrial paint

Joshua Neustein: acrylic on polythylene

Provenance 1, 2015, Joshua Neustein: Seven Framed carbon copy drawings and one trowel  

Provenance 1, 2015

Joshua Neustein: Seven Framed carbon copy drawings and one trowel  

Reuven Israel: Floor sclupture, MDF and Industrial paint

 

 

Serkan Ozkaya, What a Museum Should Really Look Like, 2015, six projectors showing 40,000 images, variable dimensions,  

Serkan Ozkaya, What a Museum Should Really Look Like, 2015, six projectors showing 40,000 images, variable dimensions

 

Jessica Segall, Paradise Begins with a Shipwreck, 2013, wood, projector, projection screens, 16 x 12 x 12 feet

Jessica Segall, Paradise Begins with a Shipwreck, 2013, wood, projector, projection screens, 16 x 12 x 12 feet