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Installation view of “Untitled (white glitter),” 2019, by #AnnVeronicaJanssens at Punta Della Dogana in the #VeniceBiennale, on view through December 15th, 2019. #Bortolami

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#CaitlinKeogh, “Study for Never Converge Into a Whole,” 2016, Graphite on paper – followed by #CaitlinKeogh, “Never Converge Into a Whole,” 2017, Acrylic on canvas. #Bortolami

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We are pleased to announce #TomBurr’s participation in the group exhibition “Queer Abstraction” at the @desmoinesartcenter opening Saturday, June 1st. The artist will be presenting his work “Deep Purple,” pictured here. #DesMoinesArtCenter #Bortolami

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#VirginiaOverton, “Untitled (Cement Mixer / Water Fountain),” 2019, Cement mixer, printed vinyl, water pump, hose, water, sling. #Bortolami

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#VirginiaOverton’s solo exhibition “Àgua Viva” opens tonight at the gallery from 6:00 to 8:00pm. We hope to see you there! Pictured here: “Untitled (Welcome to the Jungle),” 2019, Acrylic, printed MDF, inkjet print on polycarbonate, fluorescent light fixture, brass. #Bortolami

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This is the final week to view #ClaudioParmiggiani’s solo exhibiton “Claudio Parmiggiani: Dematerialization” at the @fristartmuseum, closing this Saturday, May 4th. From the press release: “Claudio Parmiggiani makes room-size installations as well as two- and three-dimensional works that address the passage of time, mortality, absence, memory, and silence. His art stands against the grain of our frenetic, cacophonous, image-infused culture. In many of his pieces, sound is implied but unheard. In others, incongruous juxtapositions defy expectations. History is a constant muse, and absence is as significant as presence. Claudio Parmiggiani: Dematerialization is the first museum exhibition for the artist in North America. The art exhibited in this gallery rewards patience and deep attention.” Swipe through to see installation views from the exhibition! #FristArtMuseum #Bortolami

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This week @whitechapelgallery_editions will be launching #TomBurr’s new bomber jacket edition at @friezeartfair! #TomBurr’s edition for the @WhiteChapelGallery is a series of 20 green bomber jackets, each with a different inscription printed in silver ink on the reverse. These short texts are listings from an issue of Spartacus International Gay Guide from the 1990’s, and describe cruising areas from cities and towns across the UK and USA. Burr first deployed listings of US cruising sites in a series of sculptures in 1989/90, printed onto free standing 4’ x 4’ sections of sheet rock wall. Individually each text describes specific landmarks, instructions, and at times warnings for unmapped locations. The passages in the series form a highly codified language, as well as collectively creating a sort of poetic discourse that links places, subjectivities, and conditions (of secrecy, danger, illegality, pleasure, visibility, and invisibility). Pictured here: “Green Bomber Jacket (New York),” 2019, Silkscreen on Bomber Jacket, Series of 20. #WhiteChapelGalleryEditions #Bortolami

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#LenaHenke, “Change in the City,” 2017, Glazed ceramic on wooden pedestal. #Bortolami

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#BenSchumacher, “Organizing principles,” 2014, Graphite, pen and watercolor on canvas, electric cords. #Bortolami

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#DanielBuren’s work “White acrylic paint on white and blue striped cloth,” 1970, Acrylic on woven cloth, is on view now at the #NationalGalleryofArt in Washington D.C. in the East Building. @ndagc #myndagc #Bortolami

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#AnnVeronicaJanssens, “Margarita,” 2016, Glass, paraffin oil, distilled water, wooden base. #Bortolami

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Installation view of #TomBurr’s solo exhibition “Hélio-Centricidades” at @auroras.art.br, on view through May 25th. #Bortolami

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Up next is our first solo exhibition with New York-based artist #VirginiaOverton titled “Áqua Viva,” opening Friday, May 3rd from 6:00 to 8:00pm. We hope to see you there! #Bortolami

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Last Chance! Tomorrow, Saturday, April 20th is the final day to see #LesleyVance’s solo exhibition in the main gallery (First image pictured here), and #AkiSasamoto’s solo presentation “Past in a future tense” (Second image pictured here) in our viewing rooms. #Bortolami

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On view starting today on the High Line, #DanielBuren’s “Les Guirlandes, work in situ (Third Version),” 1982-2019. The work is part of @highlineartnyc’s exhibition “En Plein Air,” curated by @ceciliaalemani, and will remain on view through March 2020. #EnPleinAir #HighLineArt #Bortolami

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Over the course of July, 2018, Chicago-based artist #BarbaraKasten was the summer resident of Illinois Institute of Technology’s S. R. Crown Hall, normally used as studio space for architectural students. Kasten activated #MiesvanderRohe’s iconic building with a new series of sculptural constructions that then became the subject of a series of photographs that dematerialize architectural space into abstraction. Using the space as her studio and co-opting the students’ Mies-designed worktables, Kasten altered the constructions during the course of each photographic shoot, extending and elaborating them as she shot them. The process is a commentary on the experimentation that takes place in this pedagogical space during the academic year. Pictured here, “Crown Hall 4,” 2018-2019, Digital Chromogenic Print, is one of the resulting photographs from the artist’s intervention at Crown Hall. #Bortolami

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#EricWesley, “La Belle,” 2016, Cast bronze with glass pedestal. This work came out of “Eric Wesley/St. Louis,” the artist’s 2016 @artist_city project where he converted a former Taco Bell into a gallery space. #EricWesleyStLouis #Bortolami

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#RobertBordo, “The Look,” 2016, Oil on canvas over panel. #Bortolami

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#LesleyVance, “Untitled,” 2019, Oil on linen, currently part of the artist’s solo exhibition at the gallery, on view through next Saturday, April 20th. #Bortolami

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View of #VirginiaOverton’s work “Untitled (Cherry),” 2013, Copper and steel, installed at the artist’s solo exhibition at #KunsthalleBern, Bern, Switzerland, in 2013. #Bortolami

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#AnnVeronicaJanssens, “Magic Mirror Green,” 2014-2017, Dichroïc polyester film, security glass, float glass. #Bortolami

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#ScottKing, “How I’d Sink American Vogue,” 2006. #Bortolami

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Still from #AkiSasamoto’s video “Do Not Diagram,” 2018, currently on view in the artist’s solo presentation titled “Past in a future tense,” on view through Saturday, April 20th. #Bortolami

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We are pleased to be participating in this year’s edition of @miartmilano, opening to the public tomorrow, Friday April 5th. We will be presenting works by #MorganFisher in booth C29, which we are sharing with @thomasdanegallery, who is showing works by #WaleadBeshty. Pictured here, and included in our booth: #MorganFisher, “Kodak Plus-X 120 March 1950,” and “Negative Kodak Plus-X 120 March 1950,” 2011, 2015, Archival pigment print, each 16 x 20 inches. We hope to see you there! #Bortolami

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#IvanMorley, “A True Tale,” 2016, Oil, wax, and KY jelly on panel. #Bortolami

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#TomBurr, “Rhythm and Regularity,” 2013, Epoxy paint, steel, and leather equestrian tack. #Bortolami

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#RichardAldrich adjusting his painting “Objects Painted in a Room,” 2011, Oil, wax, and colored pencil on linen, at #IndependentArtFair in 2013. The painting depicts, among other objects, an image of the artist’s sculpture “Untitled,” 2002, Found object and book, shown in the second image. 📸 @mchollander #Bortolami

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#RobertBordo, “Untitled,” 1988, Oil on linen. #Bortolami

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Installation view of #AnnVeronicaJanssens’ work “Hot Pink Turquoise,” 2019, which is currently on view at @museeorangerie through April 29th, as part of the museum’s Contemporary Counterpoint program. From the press release: “The light projections, arranged in situ, are diffused along the walls and ceiling of the gallery, unveiling combinations of several halos of saturated colours. The work by Ann Veronica Janssens, “Hot Pink Turquoise,” is the second edition of a series of contemporary counterpoints that create a dialogue with Claude Monet's “Water Lilies,” the Musée de l’Orangerie’s in situ masterpiece.” #MuseeLOrangerie #Bortolami

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#BarbaraKasten and #AnnVeronicaJanssens are participating in the 14th #SharjahBiennial, “Leaving the Echo Chamber,” opening Thursday, March 7th. The biennial will remain on view through Monday, June 10th. Pictured here, and included in the biennial: #BarbaraKasten, “Construct LB 2,” 1982, Polaroid. #Bortolami

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Installation view of #LesleyVance’s current solo exhibition at the gallery, on view through April 20th! #Bortolami

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#LesleyVance’s first solo exhibition at the gallery is opening in the main gallery tonight, Friday March 1st from 6:00-8:00pm. Also opening tonight in our viewing rooms is a solo presentation of works by #AkiSasamoto. From the press release: “In Sasamoto’s new sculptural installation, “Past in a future tense,” the artist has retrofitted the first viewing room with a long oaken bar and cocktail tables. HVAC tubes hang from the ceiling and walls, pushing air through enlarged whiskey bottles. Air flows into blown glass domes, causing whiskey glasses to spin continuously.” Pictured here: “Past in a future tense, Table 2,” 2019, Hand-blown glass, whiskey glass, HVAC system, centrifugal fan, speed control, red oak, iron table base. We hope to see you tonight! #Bortolami

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View of our presentation at @the_adaa Art Show, Booth B2. Come say hello! From left works by #MaryObering, #MorganFisher, #ClaudioParmiggiani, #BarbaraKasten, and #DanielBuren. #Bortolami

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Opening this Friday, March 1st from 6:00-8:00pm, the first solo-exhibition of #LesleyVance at the gallery. From the press release: “The seemingly infinite arcs of color are barely contained by the modest size of Vance’s canvases, the largest of which have been scaled up from recent exhibitions to three feet in length. Even this slight increase in surface area has greatly augmented the potential for movement and gestural abstraction in what are some of Vance’s most complex compositions to date.” Pictured here: “Untited,” 2019, Oil on linen. #Bortolami

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We are pleased to be participating in this year’s @the_adaa Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory this week, Booth B2. On view will be this work by #MaryObering, titled “Window #1,” 1973, Acrylic on canvas. We will also have works on view by #DanielBuren, #MorganFisher, #BarbaraKasten, and #ClaudioParmiggiani. We hope to see you there! #Bortolami

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#ScottKing's “77 Barton Street” (a wax crayon rubbing of the facade of Joy Division singer Ian Curtis's former home, in Macclesfield, England) will appear as part of “Hyper! A Journey into Art and Music” at @deichtorhallenhamburg - opening at 7pm on February 28th. #Bortolami

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#Repost @guggenheim __ In 1971 #DanielBuren created the first object expressly designed to fill the rotunda, "Peinture-Sculpture," for the sixth "Guggenheim International Exhibition." Ultimately, the public never saw the work as a number of the other exhibiting artists complained the piece obscured their works, and succeeded in having it removed the night before the opening. In 2005 the Guggenheim presented "The Eye of the Storm: Works in situ by Daniel Buren" which included a new in-situ piece for the rotunda. __ We will be presenting this work next week in Booth B2 at @the_adaa Art Show, alongside works by #MorganFisher, #BarbaraKasten, #ClaudioParmiggiani, and #MaryObering. We hope to see you there! #Guggenheim #TheArtShow #Bortolami

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We are pleased to be hosting the 21st annual Postcards From the Edge, a benefit art sale supporting the work of @Visual_Aids, from this Friday, February 22nd to Sunday, February 24th. Founded in 1988, Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists and preserving a legacy – because AIDS is not over! Postcards from the Edge offers a rare opportunity to acquire original, postcard-sized artwork from internationally renowned and emerging artists for only $85. Over 1500 works are exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. Hope to see you this weekend! #VisualAIDS #Bortolami

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Repost from @caroline.elbaor - as she put it in her post she is reminiscing on being #DanielBuren-pasting bandits! #Bortolami

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Opening today at @mudamlux, #JuttaKoether’s traveling exhibition “Tour de Madame.” This is the first major retrospective dedicated to the painting of Koether. The exhibition will remain on view at the museum through May 12, 2019. Pictured here: Installation view of the exhibition at @museumbrandhorst. #TourDeMadame #Bortolami

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We are pleased to announce our first exhibition with #LesleyVance, opening Friday, March 1st from 6:00-8:00pm, and will remain on view through Saturday, April 20th. Additionally we will have a solo presentation by #AkiSasamoto in our viewing rooms, titled “Past in a future tense,” opening the same night. Hope to see you there! #Bortolami

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Opening today, Thursday, February 14th, is the @felixartfair, where we are presenting a solo booth of new works by #EricWesley in Room 1104. We hope to see you there! Pictured here: “Wheel #1 (front passenger),” 2019, Oil on canvas. #FelixArtFair #Bortolami

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This is the final week to see #LenaHenke’s solo exhibition “Germanic Artifacts” in the main gallery, and #BrookHsu’s solo presentation “pond-love” in our viewing room – both closing this Saturday, February 16th. Don’t miss them! Pictured here: #BrookHsu, “pond-love,” 2018, Dye, ink, and acrylic on carpet. #Bortolami

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Join us at the gallery tonight, Tuesday, February 12th starting at 6:30pm, for an artist talk and Q&A with #LenaHenke where she will be discussing her current solo exhibition, “Germanic Artifacts.” We hope to see you there! Pictured here: “Lena Henke,” 2019, Neon. #Bortolami

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#IvanMorley, “Tehachepi (sic),” 2006, Oil, wax, marker and fabric on aluminum panel. #Bortolami

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Installation view of #RebeccaMorris’ solo exhibition “The Ache of Bright” at the @blafferartmuseum, on view now through March 16th! #BlafferArtMuseum #Bortolami

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Opening Tonight, 6-8 PM: 55 Walker hosts 3 simultaneous exhibitions organized by NY based curatorial programs existing w.o fixed locations - Manila Institute, O.O. & M.M. and Song Cycle. The project has been conceived + coordinated by O.O. & M.M. @jennilcrain. 55 Walker is a collaborative exhibition space operated by @bortolamigallery @andrewkrepsgallery + @kaufmannrepetto Pictured L-R: Bruno Pelassy curated by Song Cycle @nick.erffin; Kazuko Miyamoto in 'This Must Be the Place' curated by O.O. & M.M. w. Miles Huston @plantwater; Peter Wilson in 'note: standing prop' curated by Manila Institute #55walker #onlyonceandmanymore #manilainstitute #songcycle #bortolamigallery #andrewkrepsgallery #kaufmannrepetto #newyork

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#AnnaOstoya, “(UN)MADE (After Frenhofer),” 2017, Acrylic on canvas. Ostoya created this work in response to the dilemma of how to paint a naked female body. She aimed to depict a nude, traditionally idealized and put on display for the pleasure of a male voyeur, in a way that would be alluring but not sexist. Ostoya traced outlines of her own body with colored pencils, directly on canvas placed on the floor, and then painted the resulting shapes. She worked on the painting for months, altering its appearance until she arrived at a balance of colors and tones. The artist’s current solo-presentation will be in our viewing rooms through Saturday, December 22nd. #Bortolami

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#MichelFrançois, “Untitled (stamps on baby’s belly),” 1991, Gelatin silver print. #Bortolami

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Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 7th, is the @triple_canopy Fall Benefit honoring Maggie Nelson. #CaitlinKeogh created the drawing pictured, “Untitled” (2018), just for the occasion. #bortolami