Jutta Koether / Philadelphia
14 January – 10 November 2018
1637 Rodman Street, Philadelphia, PA
Open Saturdays, 12–6 PM & by appointment
“Trinity” took place in a trinity house, a type of small three-story home specific to Philadelphia. Using the idea of the Trinity as its organizing principle, the exhibition evolved in three parts: Past, Present, and Future, unfolding over 2018.
Tom Burr / New Haven
14 May 2017 – 5 November 2017
450 Sargent Dr, New Haven, CT
By Appointment Only
"BODY /BUILDING" took place in a Marcel Breuer-designed Brutalist building owned by IKEA in the artist’s hometown. Burr created this project in response to the Breuer’s architecture, local building and fires codes, mapping his own artistic development onto the history of the city and the building.
Eric Wesley / St. Louis
21 May 2016 – May 2017
1296 Camp Jackson Road, Cahokia, IL
Thu – Sat, 12–5pm & by appointment
“The Bell” was Wesley’s evolving project in a former Taco Bell in Cahokia, IL just outside of St. Louis, MO. An accumulative exhibition, at its conclusion “The Bell” included a suite of tondo “Burrito Paintings”, sculptures that responded to the architecture of the Taco Bell and the Pizza Hut across the street, a corn maze, and an installation involving a crow.
Daniel Buren / Miami
3 Dec 2015 – Dec 2016
194 NW 30th Street, Miami, FL
Wed-Sat, 12–5:30pm & by appointment
Buren’s yearlong exhibition in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami was a celebration of 50 years since his discovery and subsequent use of the 8.7 cm readymade stripe. The first iteration was a survey of works from 1966 onwards, while the second iteration consisted of an in situ work that altered the viewer’s experience and perception of space.