Bloodflames Revisited will close this Friday, August 15th. Stop by both gallery locations to experience curator Phong Bui’s contemporary reinterpretation of the groundbreaking exhibition Bloodflames which took place at New York’s Hugo Gallery in 1947.
Photo (left): © 2014 Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna.
Photo (right): Josh Nefsky
Paul Laster from Time Out New York gives “Bloodflames Revisited” four stars! A total of 25 contemporary artists will be showing at both locations until Friday, August 15th!
Photo by Josh Nefsky.
Join us for Bloodflames Revisited: Ode to Summer, tomorrow evening at Paul Kasmin Gallery, 293 Tenth Avenue, 6:30PM!
Four poets and three dancers will reveal new work created expressly for this exhibition. Aretha Aoki rehearses in front of Daniel Joseph Martinez’s Redemption of the Flesh: It’s just a little headache, it’s just a little bruise; The politics of the future as urgent as the blue sky, 2008.
Photograph by Stephen Faught.
Admire the original Bloodflames 1947, organized by Nicolas Calas and designed by Frederick Kiesler at the Alexander Iolas-directed Hugo Gallery. Kiesler’s unconventional exhibition design of tilted paintings and curved walls dissolved the barrier between viewer and artwork.
Visit Phong Bui’s contemporary homage, Bloodflames Revisited, at Paul Kasmin Gallery, 293 Tenth Avenue & 515 West 27th Street, through August 15.
Image: Bloodflames 1947, Hugo Gallery, NY 1947, fashion shooting at the gallery, exhibition design by Frederick Kiesler, photograph by Joffe Vogue Studio. © 2014 Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna.
Visual AIDS presents a limited edition screenprint of Enough Already by Deborah Kass. All proceeds benefit Visual AIDS!
Learn more about Visual AIDS’ mission through this interview with proud supporter Deb Kass and board member Steed Taylor.
Image:: Deborah Kass, Enough Already, 2014, fluorescent silkscreen ink on paper, 22 x 31 inches, edition of 40. Image courtesy of the artist and Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Bloodflames Revisited continues at 293 Tenth Avenue and 515 West 27th Street, through August 15! Pictured at West 27th Street: Deborah Kass, Donald Moffett, Not Vital, Alex Katz, Michael Joo, G.T. Pellizzi, Benjamin Keating, Lynda Benglis, Tunga, Chris Martin, and Glenn Ligon.
Photo by Josh Nefsky.
Learn about the Guggenheim’s Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today with Blouin ARTINFO, featuring Iván Navarro’s piece Homeless Lamp, the Juice Sucker .
You can also explore the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Initiative with this interactive map, highlighting Under the Same Sun artists, as well as South & Southeast Asian artists from MAP’s first exhibition No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia.
Paul Kasmin Gallery will be closed this Friday & Saturday, July 4th & 5th, in observance of Independence Day! We will re-open on Monday, July 7th, at 10AM with our Mon-Fri Summer schedule.
Image: William N. Copley, Think (Flag), 1972, fabric, 56 1/4 x 78 1/2 x 2 3/4 inches framed, edition of 6. Courtesy of the Estate of William N. Copley and Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Bloodflames Revisited is now on show at 293 Tenth Avenue and 515 West 27th Street! Featuring the work of 25 artists, Bloodflames Revisited is curated by Phong Bui.
Image: Roxy Paine, Incident/Resurrection, 2013, neon, 81 1/2 x 191 1/4 x 10 inches (207 x 485.8 x 25.4 cm), Edition Unique. Courtesy of the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York © Roxy Paine; Photograph: Jason Wyche.
POR LA VIDA…SIEMPRE! Postcard set is now available at PK SHOP! Printed on the occasion of the Guggenheim Museum’s Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today exhibition, the postcards honor “Por La Vida…Siempre!,” an exhibition intended to open in Chile 40 years ago.