shu and joe

Art Attack

Published on March 19, 2008

One of the most startling and amusing exhibitions we’ve seen in a while is Robert Barta’s show up at Cueto Project on W 21st. Don’t want to ruin any surprises, but things aren’t quite what they seem in Barta’s world.

Shu and Joe in a circle
Robert Barta, Falling In Love With You, 2007, mirror, magnet, sensor

Another worthwhile stop is Jeppe Hein’s solo show up at 303 Gallery. The artist has positioned both small and large sculptural pieces in various hiding spaces throughout the gallery in an effort to make the gallery experience a bit more exploratory and interactive.
Sign
Jeppe Hein, PLEASE ENJOY…, 2008, neon, mirror

A relatively new addition to Chelsea is the Honey Space founded by Thomas Beale. The space is not heated and is being leased to Beale free of charge by the building’s owner. Honey is currently featuring an installation by Adam Stanforth.
HoneySpace

HoneySpace

Mark Dion’s The Octagonal Room at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. We were hoping to see Hallie, who has watched over the installation during its run, but no sign of her.
Octagonal

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