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Earlier this year I posed a question to 12 admired painters: “What is the current state of abstraction?” The following is a collection of their responses, spanning the absurd, the analytical, and the visionary, all linked by an undercurrent of curiosity for the unknown.
David Kapp’s New Paintings will be at the Alpha Gallery until November 4th. Steven Holl Architects’ recently completed Linked Hybrid complex just won the 2009 “Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Best Tall Building Overall Award.” Carroll Dunham will be at the Barbara Gladstone Gallery until 11/5 and Eric Fischl opened at Mary Boone on 10/31. Richard Foreman’s Idiot Savant, with Willem Dafoe (also starring in von Trier’s Antichrist, but you knew that already), is playing at the Public Theater and Kenneth Lonergan’s The Starry Messenger is now playing at The New Group. Felix Gonzalez-Torres and Roni Horn have a joint exhibit, Paired, Gold, at the Guggenheim Museum through 1/6. Matthew Ritchie will be at the Andrea Rosen Gallery through 12/5. Steve Earle is now touring (with y’alternative hunk Rhett Miller <3) to support his newest album Townes. Mitch Epstein will be speaking with Michael Fried, author of Why Photography Matters as Art as Never Before, at the New York Studio School on tonight (11/4) at 6:30pm. Karole Armitage and Lukas Ligeti‘s Itutu opens tonight at BAM. Also, right around the corner from BOMB HQ, Jonathan Lethem will be reading at Greenlight Bookstore this Thursday!
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