Salad Days 3
July 9 - August 1, 2008 

Opening Reception
Tuesday, July 8, 6-8 pm
Performance by Sarah Kipp at 7pm 

Artists Space continues what has become a biennial tradition with the third installment of Salad Days.

Initiated in 2004, this eclectic group exhibition presents ten New York-based artists, each chosen by an independent curator, at a particular point in their careers that could be aptly described as their “salad days.” This open-ended exhibition platform continues to showcase a promising group of emerging artists and curators alike, often being their first New York-based exhibition, providing the opportunity to present their work to a broad audience.

Artists: Samuel T. Adams, Nik Gelormino and Keegan Monaghan, Sarah Kipp, Zak Kitnick, Gareth Long, Matthew Morgan, Scott Penkava, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Ginger Brooks-Takahashi, Carlos E. Sandoval De Leon

Curators: Rebecca Boswell, Coren Cooper, Meghan Della Crosse, Jeanne Gerrity, Summer Guthery, Teneille Haggard, Sara Hines, Thomas J. Lax, Christopher Y. Lew, Amy Owen

Carlos E. Sandoval De Leon
Sin Título (Manuel! Me Separa el cuatro. Chingada gente, voy hacer un autobús atravesado para que todos puedan viajar a delante. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León, México narrado por Guadalupe B. Sandoval) / Untitled (Hold the front seat for me. Fucking people, I’m going to make a sideway bus so you can all ride up front. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuelvo León, México as told by Guadalupe B. Sandoval), 1999. 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008. 

Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz
Lamento de La Llorona (from the Wepa Woman: Exile series), 2008. 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008.

Left:
Sarah Kipp
I Feel Pretty, 2007 (left);
Timepiece, 2008 (center);
The Sugar Story, 2007 (right). 

Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008.

Left:
Ginger Brooks Takahashi
Genital Portraits, $25 per sitting, 2008;
Julius Bootleg, 2005. 

Center:
Nik Gelormino and Keegan Monaghan,
David, the elegy of Roenig Kartwright, the enormous picture, 2008.

Right:
Sarah Kipp, I Feel Pretty, 2007 (left);
Timepiece, 2008 (center);
The Sugar Story, 2007 (right). 

Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008. 

Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008.

Matthew Morgan, Spirit Hut, 2008. 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008. 

Zak Kitnick
Zuhandenheit, 2008
A Preference Towards All, 2008
Perfect, All Around, Could Not Be Better, 2008
I Like Parts of Movies, But Not Movies I Like Parts of Buildings, But Not Buildings, 2008
Gold, Almost Exactly As It Emerged (From Inside), 2008
Marginal Utility, 2008
Compendium, Some Pages, 2008
Gold, Forged (To Show Progress), 2008.
 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008. 

From left:
Samuel T. Adams
Mutations (after Borges), 2008
Venus in Furs, 2008
Limb by Limb, 2008

Scott Penkava
I’ve never asked for anything, please don’t let me down again, 2008
 
Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz 
Lamento de La Llorona (from the Wepa Woman: Exile series), 2008
 
Matthew Morgan
Spirit Hut, 2008

Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008.
All photographs unless otherwise stated: Jeremy Ross. 

Carlos E. Sandoval De Leon
Sin Título (Manuel! Me Separa el cuatro. Chingada gente, voy hacer un autobús atravesado para que todos puedan viajar a delante. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León, México narrado por Guadalupe B. Sandoval) / Untitled (Hold the front seat for me. Fucking people, I’m going to make a sideway bus so you can all ride up front. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuelvo León, México as told by Guadalupe B. Sandoval), 1999. 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008. 

Carlos E. Sandoval De Leon
Sin Título (Manuel! Me Separa el cuatro. Chingada gente, voy hacer un autobús atravesado para que todos puedan viajar a delante. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuevo León, México narrado por Guadalupe B. Sandoval) / Untitled (Hold the front seat for me. Fucking people, I’m going to make a sideway bus so you can all ride up front. Manuel Ibarra, Sabinas Hidalgo, Nuelvo León, México as told by Guadalupe B. Sandoval), 1999. 
Installation view from Salad Days 3, Artists Space, 2008.