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Bruce Conner

PAULA COOPER GALLERY, New York

View of Bruce Conner, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 2015.
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Kevin Hatch

Bruce Conner used to give fits to museums and galleries. He exasperated William C. Seitz when he served as his consultant for the landmark 1961 exhibition “The Art of Assemblage” at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, which culminated in the artist dumping a box of junk at the... continue reading
Liz Glynn’s “On the Possibility of Salvage”

PAULA COOPER GALLERY, New York

View of Liz Glynn, “On the Possibility of Salvage,” Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 2014.
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Ginny Kollak

The pants belonging to the “friend” of the eighteenth-century Welsh pirate Captain Howard Davis were apparently very tiny. Their sculptural replica, crafted from painted papier-mâché and complete with a petite button fly, now sits in a storage box made of birch in the Tenth Avenue space of the venerable Paula... continue reading
Walid Raad & David Diao

PAULA COOPER GALLERY, New York

Walid Raad, Appendix XVIII: Plates, 2009-2012.
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Stephen Squibb

A friend once complained that contemporary curating is too conceptual. The goal, he said, ought to be the collection of suggestive affinity—this reminds me of this. If the conversation between works is too clear, or too overdetermined by the frame of the show, the energy dissipates, and individual pieces become... continue reading

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