3D

Group Show curated by Mark Fletcher

537 W 22nd Street

June 5 – August 1, 2003

Sarah Morris
Pools - Fontainebleau II [Miami]
2002
Household gloss on canvas
113.78 x 113.78 inches

Pae White
Sloppy Galaxy, Exotic Edge
2003
Plexiglas and solvent
96 x 48 inches

Pae White
Ghost and Host
2003
Plexiglas and solvent
96 x 48 inches

Pae White
Sloppy Galaxy, Yellow
2003
Plexiglas and solvent
96 x 48 inches

Liam Gillick
Lapse Screen
2003
Powder coated aluminum
60 x 120 x 8 inches

Eva Rothschild
Lighter Later
2003
Woven, photocopy on paper
51 x 78 inches

Loris Cecchini
Density Spectrum Zone 1.0 (Monologue patterns)
2002
Aluminium, plexiglas, 3M optical lighting film, wood, PVC

Martin Boyce
It was summer now Its Autumn
2003
Painted steel, chain, wire, altered Jacobsen series 7 chairs
130 x 148 x 76 inches

Rachel Feinstein
Crucifixion
2003
Wood and plaster of Paris
108 x 83 x 32 inches

Katharina Grosse
Untitled
2003
Acrylic on wall
Dimensions variable

Liz Craft
Foxy Lady
2003
Brushed stainless steel
74 x 63 inches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Opening Reception: June 5, 6-8 pm

Friedrich Petzel Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of 3D, the third in a series of exhibitions curated by Mark Fletcher.

3D is an investigation into the three-dimensional contemporary art making practice that has evolved with a world of ever increasing fragmented sensory perceptions. Largely but not exclusively sculptural, the exhibition actively addresses three-dimensional concerns, which are sometimes realized in a two-dimensional format, as well as the implied space located between these two realms.

The exhibition features recently realized works by artists who use traditional and non-traditional approaches to exploring the third dimension. Through the more typical practice of painting and sculpture to the use of refracted light and architectural intervention, a psychoactive sensibility to manipulate our notions of reality and perception of space emerges. It allows a momentary lapse into our individual invented landscape of alternative 'dimensional' experiences and thus a welcome liberation from our normal reality of the physical form.

3D will include works by the following internationally recognized artists.

Martin Boyce, Loris Cecchini, Liz Craft, Rachel Feinstein, Liam Gillick, Katharina Grosse, Sarah Morris, Eva Rothschild and Pae White.

For further information, please contact the gallery at info@petzel.com, or call (212) 680-9467.

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