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recently opened:

Stay in Love
 curated by Chris Sharp
 
Lisa Cooley Gallery, 107 Norfolk St., NYC
presented in collaboration with Laurel Gitlen, New York

Stay in Love is an exhibition about monomania and manual repetition. Bringing together a heterogeneous group of historical, established and emerging artists, this show elegiacally explores the classical, paradox-laden trope of manual repetition and devotion to a single subject in the 21st century. True to the obsolescent nature of its theme, Stay in Love deliberately limits itself to a manual and analogue processes of repetition. - thru Feb 2

Artists: Lucas Arruda (pictured, top), Bernd and Hilla Becher, Wallace Berman, Sebastian Black, Andy Boot, André Cadere, Hanne Darboven, Tacita Dean, Peter Dreher, Maureen Gallace, Jef Geys, On Kawara, Yayoi Kusama, Jochen Lempert, Jean-Luc Moulène, Linda Fregni Nagler (pictured, middle images), Roman Opalka (pictured, bottom), Josh Smith, Kyle Thurman, Miroslav Tichý, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Claude Viallat, B. Wurtz

Fitzroy Gallery shows artists including Colby Bird, Sean Dack and Kianja Strobert. In a phone interview, director Maureen Sarro told A.i.A. that the gallery is relocating to 195 Chrystie St., on the Lower East Side. Fitzroy will more than double its exhibition space, to 4,000 square feet over two floors. A show by Gibb Slife, “Thick as a Brick,” opening Sept. 15, will inaugurate the new venue.

Laurel Gitlen is also moving her eponymous gallery and expects to take up residence in her new space at 122 Norfolk St. in October.

Horton Gallery, currently in Chelsea, announced this month that it will expand to a 2,100-square-foot space at 55-59 Chrystie St. on the Lower East Side. Horton will take over the facility from Canada Gallery, which will move to 333 Broome St., perhaps as early as November.

Alex Zachary Peter Currie, which has been operating at 16 East 77th St. since January 2010, has reported it will move. The gallery has received favorable notices for shows including Ken Okiishi and Jordan Wolfson. No new location has been announced.

NADA MIAMI BEACH 2014 Exhibitors

247365, Brooklyn
Adams and Ollman, Portland
American Contemporary, New York
AND NOW, Dallas
Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen
Aoyama Meguro, Tokyo
APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia
The Apartment, Vancouver
Rod Barton, London
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Rod Bianco, Oslo
Bill Brady Gallery, Kansas City
Brennan & Griffin, New York
Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago
CANADA, New York
Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg
China Art Objects, Los Angeles
CLEARING, Brooklyn
Lisa Cooley, New York
COOPER COLE, Toronto
CourtneyBlades, Chicago
Creative Growth, Oakland
Thomas Duncan, Los Angeles
Eleven Rivington New York
Derek Eller Gallery, New York
Thomas Erben Gallery, New York
ESSEX STREET, New York
Zach Feuer Gallery, New York
Foxy Production, New York
Frutta, Rome
François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles
Laurel Gitlen, New York
The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
The Hole, New York
HIGH ART, Paris
Natalia Hug Gallery, Cologne
Ibid, London
Invisible-Exports, New York
The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn
JTT, New York
Karma, New York
Galerie Parisa Kind, Frankfurt
KINMAN, London
Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York
Koenig & Clinton, New York
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne
David Lewis, New York
Locust Projects, Miami
LINN LÜHN, Dusseldorf
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Martos Gallery, New York
Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf
MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo
MUJIN-TO Production, Tokyo
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Overduin & Co., Los Angeles
Eli Ping Frances Perkins, New York
Simon Preston, New York
Ratio 3, San Francisco
REGINA REX, New York
ROBERTO PARADISE, San Juan
SABOT, Cluj-Napoca
Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome
Seventeen, London
Galerie Joseph Tang
TIF SIGFRIDS, Los Angeles
The Sunday Painter, London
Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn
TEMPO RUBATO, Tel Aviv
Tomorrow, New York
Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Jonathan Viner, London
White Columns, New York
Young Art, Los Angeles

Projects:
Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles
Alden Projects™, New York
Bodega, New York
Chapter NY, New York
David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis
Future Gallery, Berlin
Grand Century, New York
Glasgow International / Whitechapel Gallery, Glasgow + London
HACIENDA
Independent Curators International, New York
The Lodge Gallery, New York
Lulu, Mexico City
Magic Flying Carpets, New York
Kai Matsumiya, New York
KAYOKOYUKI, Tokyo
P!, New York
Rob Tufnell, London
SculptureCenter, New York
TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES, Geneva
XYZ collective, Tokyo

See you in Miami! :)

This is good. Dolphins are having a moment again. Seen in the past week in NYC: Jeff Koons’ Dolphin pieces hanging in the Seagram Building lobby; Jeff Koons’ Dolphin pieces at the Whitney; and a room full of floating inflatable dolphins by Annisa Mack at Laurel Gitlen (as seen in this post). And let’s not forget just released Dolphin Tales 2 screening at your local theater. I see a Flipper revival on the horizon.

Laurel Gitlen

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