Tongue Stones @ Pioneer Works

Bones, objects and ideas are equally subjected to the passage of time. The exhibition Tongue Stones explores legacies past, present and future through a constellation of histories and imminent possibilities. The works in this exhibition include experiments in research, reenactment, distribution, sampling, circulation, documentation and reanimation. In each instant, preservation is contingent on present attention spans, as the act of remembering is bound to the act of imagining the future.

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Janine Antoni @ Luhring Augustine

From the Vow Made is a solo exhibition by Janine Antoni presented at Luhring Augustine. The show includes a collection of seven sculptural works and a video collaboration with choreographer Stephen Petronio. 

In unusual meetings, Antoni grafts the inside of the body to the outside of the body to the environment of the body. Through these marriages, psychological space turns physical. These artworks depict an impossible touch made possible. The translucent objects are created with a purposeful erasure of detail, a memory half remembered. 

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Psychogeographies by Dustin Yellin

An on-going series of works by the Brooklyn based artist Dustin Yellin.  Each of these massive 3,000 pound glass sculptures consists of multi-layered graphical stories made up from collages of paint and cut-outs.  To view more of his work, go here: http://dustinyellin.com/works/

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The Philip Johnson Glass House

The Philip Johnson Glass House, a National Trust Historic Site, offers its 49-acre campus as a catalyst for the preservation and interpretation of modern architecture, landscape, and art; and as a canvas for inspiration and experimentation honoring the legacy of Philip Johnson (1906-2005) and David Whitney (1939-2005).  In the tour below you can explore the Glass House as well as the surrounding landscape.  For more information about the Glass House please visit their website here, http://theglasshouse.org/

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