Friday, February 12, 2010

Final Days of Pine and Noses

Bambino and I were just noticing the other day that we're finally feeling at home in our new space (at least we're not walking past it to go to the old space any more).

We have been absolutely delighted to present the work of Ulrich Gebert as our inaugural exhibition here, but, alas, as with all good things, Uli's show is ending tomorrow. Here's a few of the online responses to the work:
  • Corinne Schulze, "Ulrich Gebert," Photography, January 10, 2010
  • Martha Schwendeder, "Ulrich Gebert, Penelope Umbrico, and Zoe Crosher Sail Through A Sea of Photography," Village Voice, Tuesday, Jan. 19 2010
  • DLK COLLECTION, "Ulrich Gebert, This Much Is Certain @Winkleman," Friday, January 29, 2010
  • Joerg Colberg, "Ulrich Gebert," Conscientious, February 2, 2010
  • "Ulrich Gebert, This Much is Certain" New York Photo Review, Feb 10, 2010
I saw a horoscope for my sign this morning that noted true happiness will be found in the outdoors this weekend. In Manhattan, gallery hopping counts as "getting outdoors." If you find yourself in our neck of the woods, stop on in and catch the last days of "This Much is Certain."

Ulrich Gebert
Typus (tableau 9)
C-prints, framed, museum glass
67" x 59" (170 x 150 cm)
Edition of 3, plus 1 AP

Image above: Ulrich Gebert, Life among beasts G, 2009, 3 silver gelatin prints mounted on aluminum, 36" x 57" (91 x 145 cm), Edition of 3, plus 1 AP

Labels: gallery artists exhibitions, y


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