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Opening: March 5, 2019 | Double Negative | ChaShaMa | New York, NY

Please join us tonight for the opening of Double Negative !
  
   DOUBLE NEGATIVE | March 5 - 31, 2019  
   Curated by Darling Green
   Opening: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 | 6:00 - 8:00 pm
   Gallery hours: Thursday - Sunday | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

   ChaShaMa
   320 West 23rd Street
   New York, NY 10011
   info@darlinggreen.com

   Readings, performances and screenings: Thursdays | 7:00 - 9:00 pm
   March 7, 2019 | March 14, 2019 | March 21, 2019 | March 28, 2019

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Catalog launch: December 9, 2018 | SPINE | Ortega y Gasset Projects

Please join us today in Gowanus for the catalog launch and closing reception of Spine at Ortega y Gasset Projects! A review by the Brooklyn Rail is now online.

Come meet the curators, artists, writers and publisher involved with this expansive and beautiful exhibition. Poetry readings by Mònica de la Torre and Wayne Koestenbaum will illuminate the gallery at 4:30 pm.

My broadsheet, Enter Stage Left (Monday’s image, v. 1), is on view and will be available for purchase at the gallery, and via Space Sisters Press.

Closing reception: Sunday, December 9, 2018
3:00 pm: Walk-through with The Skirt's exhibition artist Adam Liam Rose.
4:30 pm: Poetry reading by Wayne Koestenbaum and Mònica de la Torre

Reception to follow | Catalogs will be for sale at the event.

Ortega y Gasset Projects
363 Third Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215

SPINE:

curated by Suzanne McClelland and Leeza Meksin
October 20 - December 9, 2018

SPINE is a group exhibition curated by artist Suzanne McClelland and OyG Co-Director and artist Leeza Meksin, featuring works by Cati Bestard, Lisa Blas, Sonia Louise Davis, Shoshana Dentz, Anne Eastman, Jenny Monick and Anne Vieux.
 

SPINE explores the mental and physical structures of a book and questions what is legible, optical, physical, emotional or cerebral. Reading is viewing and occurs any time anyone engages with visual art but it also happens when we’re handling and engaging with books as objects. Printed media lives in the realm of the physical and the private with a spine functioning as an interruption, an intersection, a fulcrum and a central structure, often simultaneously. The works presented in this exhibition question what is shared when the private act of reading becomes public.