millerandshellbarger:

untitled(tombstones)  miller & shellabarger  2014

at terrain

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lucfuller:

Aaron Curry

lucfuller:

Aaron Curry

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artruby:

David Altmejd’s Juices at Andrea Rosen Gallery.

(via havesexwithghosts)

mattmorriswerks:

dnml

Daniel Luedtke
Curtain of Negative Shapes and Derivative Bodies - Wood, Foam Board, Resin, Ink, Acrylic, Hardware - 8’ X 9.5’ X 3’

mattmorriswerks:

Barbara Kasten. Scene II. 2012
http://barbarakasten.net/

mattmorriswerks:

Barbara Kasten. Scene II. 2012

http://barbarakasten.net/

beigememphis:

No Fate But What We Make
Clough Hanson Gallery at Rhodes College
through March 29
featuring the work of Elijah Burgher, Jesse Butcher, Sr. Soami deLux, Edie Fake, Gordon Hall, Ivan Lozano, Matt Morris, Mark Pilgrim, Soo Shin, and Corkey Sinks

beigememphis:

No Fate But What We Make

Clough Hanson Gallery at Rhodes College

through March 29

featuring the work of Elijah Burgher, Jesse Butcher, Sr. Soami deLux, Edie Fake, Gordon Hall, Ivan Lozano, Matt Morris, Mark Pilgrim, Soo Shin, and Corkey Sinks

No Fate But What We Make

beigememphis:

For the month of March we’ll give this space over to the exploration of an exhibition at Clough-Hanson Gallery in Memphis, TN called No Fate But What We Make. Featuring the work of Elijah Burgher, Jesse Butcher, Sr. Soami deLux, Edie Fake, Gordon Hall, Ivan Lozano, Matt Morris, Mark Pilgrim, Soo Shin, and Corkey Sinks, No Fate But What We Make gathers objects that manifest the uncommon spiritualties of their makers. We begin with a prayer:

Supplications on Behalf of an Exhibition

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Eva Hesse, Love, Merce Cunningham, John Cage, Mike Kelley, Aleister Crowley, Gertrude Stein, Hestia, Energy, Mark Aguhar, Joseph Beuys, Frank O’Hara, Louise Nevelson, Eric Rhodes, Light, Fred Sandback, Agnes Martin, Freddy Mercury, Harry Hay, Divine, the Divine, Color, Dust, 

We know that wherever two or more works of art are gathered together in your names, you are there among them. Here we’ve gathered objects of our own making that guide us in our search for powers beyond ourselves. Some are tools, some are spells, some are vessels. Some are totems, charms, conduits, or offerings. Some are so specific, encoded, or personal that they may only be used devotionally by one of us (although their residue certainly finds more generous applications). Many are rooted in the rejection or reconfiguration of known religious forms; catechisms make rich compost. All acknowledge a greater spirit (though they define it differently) and desire communion with it. This is art as physical magic, even more so than it usually is.

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wvovmutilation:

Nancy Grossman Brank, 1973-74

wvovmutilation:

Nancy Grossman Brank, 1973-74

wvovmutilation:

Steven Frost
Springfield.MA

wvovmutilation:

Steven Frost
Springfield.MA

wvovmutilation:

Liberace’s Mask #10, 2013Steven Frost

wvovmutilation:

Liberace’s Mask #10, 2013
Steven Frost

occulttrainingwheels:

insolacion:

Oedipus (1990) by Hermann Nitsch

Screwed up agin

occulttrainingwheels:

insolacion:

Oedipus (1990) by Hermann Nitsch

Screwed up agin

INSTALLATION SHOTS FOR School Daze: Patrick Cowley’s Porn Soundtracks at The Bijou Theater, IVAN LOZANO, 2014

THANK YOU HONEY SOUNDSYSTEM AND EVERYONE ELSE INVOLVED. THIS WAS A DREAM COME TRUE.