Tom Friedman's epic bas-relief “Toxic Green Luscious Green” (2014), from his current show at Luhring Augustine in Bushwich, Paint and Styrofoam (through August 9), is made entirely of paint and Styrofoam.
An especially fun Michelangelo Pistoletto mirror piece greeting visitors to Luhring Augustine's super-concentrated mini-survey in Bushwick, The Minus Objects 1965-1966 (through May 11).
Michelangelo Pistoletto's “Rosa bruciata” (“Burnt Rose,” 1965) from Luhring Augustine Bushwick’s excellent historical show Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Minus Objects 1965-1966 (through May 11).
Rachel Whiteread's sculpture “Night” (2011) from Atlas, Kahrs, Mucha, Whiteread (through June 16) at Luhring Augustine Bushwick.
One of the pieces from Luhring Augustine's group show collage-style paintings, Mix/Remix (through June 9), Jeff Koons's “Peg Leg” (2006).
Last weekend I finally made it to Charles Atlas’s show at Luhring Augustine Bushwick, The Illusion of Democracy (through May 20), and though it wasn’t my favorite piece, this one, “Plato’s Alley” (2009) is the one that photographs best.
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