On the road–Philly artists represent!!!

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The “Space” Symposium at the New Museum Friday and Saturday features, among others, Philadelphia’s very own dreamweavers, Kocot and Hatton. They are part of a stellar (get that, space?) group that includes Richard Tuttle and Peter Halley.

Kocot and Hatton, 'The Color of Blue' studio view daytime, Feb. 20, 2009
Kocot and Hatton, ‘The Color of Blue’ studio view daytime, Feb. 20, 2009

The artists also have an exhibit up right here in Philadelphia at Larry Becker Contemporary Art until April 18 and maybe even longer than that. So make a little space in your busy schedule for the two of them, who are known for creating collaborative art while they’re half-asleep. (If you’re out on First Friday, that gallery will be open until 7 p.m.)

Space is the third symposium in the international Personal Structures Time Space Existence Project. The first symposium, Time, was in Amsterdam in 2007, the second, Existence, was in Tokyo in 2008, all organized by Dutch curators Sarah Gold and Karlijn De Jongh. Kocot and Hatton’s presentation is Saturday, April 4, at 2 p.m.

Huston Ripley, Untitled, 2008, Ink on Japanese paper, 25" x 19"
Huston Ripley, Untitled, 2008, Ink on Japanese paper, 25″ x 19″

Huston Ripley, Sarah McEneaney and Charles Burns are now up in a star-spangled show in New York at Adam Baumgold Gallery until May 2nd. The exhibit of work by 37 artists includes a bunch of expected draws like Chuck Close and Picasso, but also a number of  personal faves: Chuck Close, Felipe Jesus Consalvos, Jim Nutt, Cindy Sherman, Jim Torok, Karl Wirsum, Alexi Worth, and Ray Yoshida. Plus work by Tala Madani, who we admired at the Armory Art Fair.

Isaac Resnikoff, The Complete History of the USA, Versions I and II, 2006, carved wood, shown here at fleisher-ollmangallery.com
Isaac Resnikoff, The Complete History of the USA, Versions I and II, 2006, carved wood, shown here at fleisher-ollmangallery.com

Isaac Resnikoff, opened in the show “Doppelganger,” along with Mike Hein, and Dylan Palmer, at Acuna Hansen Gallery, 427 Bernard St., Los Angeles, CA  Saturday, March 28.

Jackie Tileston,"For Instance" mixed media on linen, 60" x 72"
Jackie Tileston,”For Instance” mixed media on linen, 60″ x 72″

Jackie Tileston is up in the group show  ClusterF**k until April 17 at Chicago’s ZG Gallery. If you’re ever in Chicago, this gallery is a great space for showing interesting contemporary work.

Stuart Shils, Not Far From the Pantheon, Monotype: charbonnel etching ink, oil pastel and graphite on paper, 6 x 6 inches, Executed in 2009
Stuart Shils, Not Far From the Pantheon, Monotype: charbonnel etching ink, oil pastel and graphite on paper, 6 x 6 inches, Executed in 2009

Stuart Shils’ impressionist landscapes are up at Davis & Landale in New York April 4 to May 2.

Every once in a while, we try to let you know about a smattering of the many Philadelphia artists who are showing elsewhere, and this is part of that effort. Sorry for all of you whose shows we didn’t get up! So many. Philly’s everywhere, these days.

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chicago, huston ripley, isaac resnikoff, jackie tileston, kocot and hatton, los angeles, new york, stuart shils

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