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Jenny Holzer Profiled in New York Magazine

October 19th, 2018

Jenny Holzer, via New York MagazineJenny Holzer gets a profile in New York Magazine this week, reviewing her recent work and her approach towards creating her bracing, direct brand of text art. “I have made much of my work sex-blind and anonymous so that it wouldn’t be dismissed as the work of a woman,” she says. “I don’t want to be looked at or dismissed, or even attract anybody, as a female.”
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Barbara Kruger to Reprise MOCA LA Installation

October 19th, 2018

Barbara Kruger at MOCA, via LA TimesBarbara Kruger will reprise her iconic installation Untitled (Questions) on the facade of LA’s Geffen Contemporary, the LA Times reports. “People in this city didn’t realize what a gem this building was,” Kruger says of the space. “It was able to shape-shift and be altered in brute, really material ways. It wasn’t a precious over-designed museum.”
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Documenta 14 Obelisk to Stay on View in Kassel

October 19th, 2018

Olu Oguibe, Monument for Strangers and Refugees, 2017Kassel’s controversial obelisk sculpture, installed during Documenta 14 last year, Monument to Strangers and Refugees by artist Olu Oguibe, will remain on view permanently in the city, following protests, defacement, and a temporary removal at the beginning of the month.  “There was no way that I could possibly agree with, or approve of, or be party to the removal of the obelisk from the Königsplatz, and it is my hope that the ugly event of October 3 will give Kassel’s leaders cause to revisit the violence that they’ve repeatedly done to artists’ works and visions, and finally put in place a decent policy to avoid such violence in the future,” the artist said in a statement.
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REFERENCE LIBRARY

Greenberg van Doren Gallery

Greenberg van Doren Gallery

730 Fifth Avenue, at 57th Street

New York, NY 10019

T (212) 445-0444

F (212) 445-0442

email: info@gvdgallery.com

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10am- 6:00pm, Monday by appointment
Summer Hours, as of May 27, 2008: Monday – Friday, 10am-5:00pm
Since opening in 1999, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery has exhibited and
promoted the work of a dynamic group of contemporary artists alongside presentations of work by European and American Post-War and Contemporary Masters.  The gallery is unique in its diversity and commitment to new and established talent within a program that
includes historic exhibitions of works by American Masters.  Solo and group
exhibitions are devoted to artists working in all media: drawing and
painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video.

The gallery is proud to have presented the first one-person exhibitions by a
select group of ambitious young American and European artists who have made a mark on the international art scene, including Aïda Ruilova, Katy Grannan, Benjamin Edwards, Cameron Martin, and Malerie Marder.

Greenberg Van Doren

Gallery represents these artists, along with Emi Avora,  James Brooks (estate), Suzanne Caporael, Tim Davis, Richard Diebenkorn (estate), Sharon Ellis, Paul Graham, Eva Lundsager, Elizabeth Magill, Barry
Ratoff, Dorothea Rockburne, Alexis Smith, and Kevin Zucker.

Gallery artists have been included in important and prestigious museum
surveys and international exhibitions, including The Venice Biennale, The
Whitney Biennial, Greater New York at PS1 / MoMA, The Prague Biennale, and The Berlin Biennale.  Additionally, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery regularly participates in numerous international art fairs including The Armory Show (New York), The Art Show / ADAA Art Fair (New York) and Art Basel Miami Beach.

The gallery is a member of The Art Dealers Association of America.

Please visit our downtown gallery, Eleven Rivington, at www.elevenrivington.com and our sister gallery in St. Louis at www.greenbergvandoren.com