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Night at the Galleries of The Lower East Side

Night at the Galleries of The Lower East Side

Join ArtsClub for a night at the galleries of the Lower East Side, featuring Ondine Vinao’s Holy Fools at The Rubber Factory, De Forma at Shin Gallery, Under Erasure at Pierogi Gallery and and Elsewhere at Ulterior Gallery. Drinks will be provided at each gallery as we hear about the exhibitions first hand from the artists and gallerists.

Holy Fools at The Rubber Factory

Holy Fools is a nine channel video installation which probes Bruce Nauman's central ideas and devices from Clown Torture (1987) while exploring trauma intrinsic to female juvenescence. More details here.

De Forma at Shin Gallery

De Forma is a group exhibition featuring works by Gotthard Graubner, Gerrit Rietveld, Isamu Noguchi, and Ted Stamm. Utilizing paintings and furniture, the exhibition pairs design with visual art to question the formation of shapes and their metaphorical significance as a means of artistic expression. More details here.

Gotthard Graubner (1930–2013)  Untitled , 1970 Oil and Acrylic on Nylon over Foam on Canvas 21.7 x 18.1 x 3.9 in. (55 x 46 x 10 cm.)

Gotthard Graubner (1930–2013)
Untitled, 1970
Oil and Acrylic on Nylon over Foam on Canvas
21.7 x 18.1 x 3.9 in. (55 x 46 x 10 cm.)

Under Erasure at Pierogi Gallery

Taking its title from Jacques Derrida’s concept of “under erasure,” the exhibition will include both visual artists and contemporary writers whose works feature different forms of erasure. For Derrida (as for Heidegger before him) to put a word under erasure (sous rature) is to signal the inadequacy of inherited language while also recognizing its inevitability. Since Derrida introduced the concept of under erasure in his 1967 book Of Grammatology, this emphatically visual act of intervention has become an indispensable technique in diverse disciplines. More details here.  


Elsewhere at Ulterior Gallery

Elsewhere, an exhibition of works on paper by Keren Benbenisty, George Bolster, Susannah Mira, and Gaku Tsutaja. These four artists’ works reflect a sense of dislocation or relocation, of the earthy and the unearthly in a state of flux. More details here.

Earlier Event: January 12
Polaroid Photography Workshop at ICP
Later Event: January 26
Warhol Factory Party & Whitney Tour