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Seth Price’s “Wrok Fmaily Freidns”

356 MISSION, Los Angeles

View of Seth Price, “Wrok Fmaily Freidns,” 356 S. Mission Rd., Los Angeles, 2016.
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Sabrina Tarasoff

To cut to the chase: Seth Price banks on banality. Bides his time building constructs, rather than content; repeating forms overblown by rhetoric. Most famously, his oft-cited essay “Dispersion” (2002) has served as justification for the material choices made in his career, quoting—nay, preaching—redistribution of existing materials as alternative currency... continue reading
“ambient”

TANYA BONAKDAR GALLERY, New York

View of “ambient,” Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, 2013.
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Stephen Squibb

The title of the group show currently on view at Tanya Bonakdar, “ambient,” invites historical speculation. Where does ambience settle as an interpretive framework? The show even designates an event, of sorts, that puts forward ambience as an artistic strategy. The press release opens with an anecdote from the liner... continue reading
Seth Price's “Non-Speech, Fire and Smoke” at  Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York
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Karen Archey

Seth Price is an artist with conceptual charm: he transforms even the most unassuming materials and practices into contemplative works of art with a Duchampian flick of the wrist. For his exhibition at Friedrich Petzel, “Non-Speech, Fire and Smoke,” Price continues to re-imagine what is deemed artistic media by presenting eight music videos installed in individual user-activated cubicles. That is, the artist's music tracks (from two soon to be released records from... continue reading

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