Art Break: Galleries Featuring Painting and Sculpture, With Photos By Stanley Kubrick at the Museum of the City of NY
By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer
This week, Art Break’s choices cover a variety of interests. Want to know more about painting? Visit Almine Rech Gallery for a show on late 20th century painting and its relevance. Maybe you prefer photography – in which case, you’ll be checking out Danziger Gallery’s display of Paul Fusco’s pictures. There’s also a great exhibit of Stanley Kubrick’s early work in still photography at The Museum of the City of New York. If you like craft and design, Friedman Benda presents the collective GT2P as well as the artist Erez Nevi Pana. Both are known for their work using natural materials in making sculptures and decorative objects.
In addition, Galerie Lelong & Co. has Ursula von Rydingsvard, the well-known sculptor whose works use materials ranging from paper to metal. Those among us who admire great draftsmanship will be heading over to Galerie Buchholz to see Paul Bonet’s drawings for the book bindings that gained him international fame among collectors and book lovers everywhere. And if you just like technology, stop in at C24 Gallery and look at Tommy Hartung’s latest show about humans and their fascination with robots. So hop on the train and go see some art!
At C24 Gallery, Tommy Hartung: R.U.R. (May 4 – June 23, 2018) uses costume, photographs, and interactive video to examine why we are so fascinated by the idea and reality of robots, regardless of the cost to our humanity. You’ll rethink your relationship to technology and its place in your life.
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