About the Exhibition:
TPS Reports: Performance Documents is an exhibition of the “stuff” that results from performances: detritus, photographs, drawings, sculptures, videos, etc. We are not interested in the documentation of the performance itself, just the results. We are mostly looking for the items that were made as the primary goal of
Edward Burtynsky, Oil Fields #13, Taft, California, USA, 2002
Sze Tsung Leong, Beizhuanzi II, Siming District, Xiamen, 2004
ECOAESTHETIC and CONSUME
June 18 – August 28, 2010 Opening Friday, June 18, 7-10pm
NEW YORK – ECOAESTHETIC
ecoartspace invites you to our first New York City benefit exhibition titled What Matters Most? hosted by Exit Art from April 15 – 28th, 2010.
Over 225 participating artists have created an original 8 x 10″ artwork related to the [read more]
(Demonstrations of Ecological Modes of Operation for Art)
by Linda Weintraub
as published in the Fall 2009 issue of the CSPA Quarterly
My goal as a curator was the earnest pursuit of environmental responsibility. I invited ten artists to boldly break the conventions of art display and production that arose during the
Artists will lead a conversation about public art and sustainability during “Waterpod: Autonomy and Ecology,” an exhibition at New York’s Exit Art this winter. The show is a survey of a five-month voyage around the boroughs of New York by Waterpod, a floating, sculptural structure and community-building space designed as a futuristic
Moe Beitiks of Inhabitat (amongst other things) conducted an email interview with CSPA Executive Director, Ian Garrett (Me). You can see the whole things here:
INTERVIEW: Ian Garrett Reports on COP15 and the Arts | Inhabitat.
INHABITAT: What were your cultural expectations for Copenhagen?
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Really. It’s a common blip for the wordpress theme to get all aggressively defaulty, but hopefully now it is fixed. We hope. We are hoping. ‘Cause the blips and farts are really exhausting.
In the meantime, some really awesome stuff has been going on.
In Seattle, artist Mandy Greer has
Exit Art in New York City has extended the run of an interesting show: “Vertical Gardens,” a project of Papo Colo’s SEA (Social-Environmental Aesthetics). Extended through June 6, 2009, “Vertical Gardens” is an exhibition of architectural models, renderings, drawings, photographs and ephemera that depict or imagine a vertical farm, urban garden or