Social Surfaces

A Fundraising Exhibition to Support Our Relocation to 80 White Street in 2018

Bortolami
39 Walker Street

Alexander and Bonin
47 Walker Street

Artists Space
55 Walker Street

Pearl River Mart
395 Broadway

October 26 – November 1
Noon - 6 p.m.

Opening Reception: Friday, October 27, 6 - 8 p.m.
After Party at M1-5: 8 - 10 p.m.

Performances

M1-5
52 Walker Street


Friday, October 27, 8 p.m. - Ikue Mori, Joe Heffernan, Amelia Bande

Artists Space
55 Walker Street


Saturday, October 28, 7 p.m. - Constance DeJong, Charles Bernstein, Mariko Kondo & Yuji Agematsu
Sunday, October 29, 2 p.m. - Ericka Beckman
Monday, October 30, 7 p.m. - Ying Liu
Wednesday, November 1, 7 p.m. - Moyra Davey, Lana Lin


Artists Space
38 Greene Street
1993 – 2016

Yuji Agematsu
Richard Aldrich
Harold Ancart
Ed Atkins
Darren Bader
Barbara Bloom
Glenn Branca
Kerstin Brätsch
Cecily Brown
Nicolas Ceccaldi
Moyra Davey
Trisha Donnelly
Ralston Farina
Ellen Gallagher
Isa Genzken
Rachel Harrison
Charline von Heyl
Alex Hubbard
Jacqueline Humphries
Aaron Flint Jamison
Rashid Johnson
Joan Jonas

Sanya Kantarovsky
Mike Kelley
Jutta Koether
Jeff Koons
Michael Krebber
Lois Lane
Louise Lawler
Margaret Lee
Sam Lewitt
Kam Mak
Mathieu Malouf
Nick Mauss
Rita McBride
Lucy McKenzie
Ree Morton
Matt Mullican
Tom Murrin
Albert Oehlen
Laura Owens
Charlemagne Palestine
Adrian Piper
Seth Price

Josephine Pryde
Sam Pulitzer
R. H. Quaytman
Carissa Rodriguez
Rachel Rose
David Salle
Richard Serra
Amy Sillman
Jack Smith
Lise Soskolne
Haim Steinbach
Hito Steyerl
Cheyney Thompson
Tom of Finland
Stewart Uoo
Peter Wächtler
Kara Walker
Kelley Walker
Jeff Way
Christopher Williams
David Wojnarowicz
Jordan Wolfson

Artists Space was founded in 1972 in order to fill an urgent gap in the visibility and support of then-emerging contemporary art in its most radical forms: site-specific installation, new conceptions of painting and sculpture, performance art, intermedia, underground music, artists’ films, and critical thought via public discourse. From that legendary era forward, Artists Space has continually reinvented its position as an indispensable incubator, resource, and active agent in our field. With our move to 80 White Street, we are committed to yet again manifesting Artists Space as the bedrock of contemporary art ideas and a highly visible beacon of downtown Manhattan amidst all the radical and atomizing changes the art world and this city are experiencing.

Screenings

Alexander and Bonin
47 Walker Street


Daily - Tom Murrin, Backyard Full Moon Show, 1982

Artists Space
55 Walker Street


Thursday, October 26 - Julia Heyward, This is My Blue Period, 1977
Friday, October 27 - Pope.L, Shopping Crawl, 2001
Saturday, October 28 - DIVA TV, Target City Hall, 1989
Sunday, October 29 - Michael Smith, Down in the Rec Room, 1979
Monday, October 30 - Ericka Beckman, Hit and Run, 1977
Tuesday, October 31 - Geoff Dunlop, In the Shadow of the West, 1984
Wednesday, November 1 - James Richards, Rosebud, 2013