A city-scape is positioned upside down, the point of the skyscraper reaching towards the bottom of the image. Googley eyes, eyebrows, and a mouth are drawn near the top of the building. Red serif font across the top of the image reads "The New Red Times Magazine." White serif font in the bottom left corner reads "TIRED OF LIVING ON STOLEN LAND?" Below, red serif font reads "GIVE IT BACK."
A circular print of a painting hangs on a lavender wall. The painting depicts two white women wearing dresses with crinoline hoop skirts that appear to be from the antebellum period before the US Civil War, surrounded by a pink mat and a gold frame. It hangs over a coffee maker and next to a vacuum cleaner and a wood armoire. Bed pillows, positioned in the foreground, are lightly reflected in the glass of the print’s frame.
[A flatscreen television hangs on a lavender wall. Playing on the television is a news desk in a tv studio that reads in pixelated text, "Retire Right Television." On the bottom of the tv screen is a blurry reflection of a white person who is gesticulating with their hands. Beneath the television, a bottle of hand sanitizer, an analog clock, a cable box, and a DVD player rest on a dresser, next to a white door showing its locks and handle.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Lyric Hunter and Adrian Shirk. Saturday, October 16, 2021, Artists Space. Artist: Lonely Christopher & Venn Daniel
White outlines of leaf and fern-like forms overlay a dark green background. The word "Segue" is written in bright pink script on the top left, and the names "Lyric Hunter" and "Adrian Shirk" are written below in white.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Edmund White and Max Steele. Saturday, October 2, 2021, Artists Space. Artist: Lonely Christopher & Venn Daniel
The head of person with blonde hair is pictured lying horizontally. Their eyes are closed and a lit cigarette protrudes between their red lips. The word "Segue" is written vertically and in bright pink script on the left. In the center, the name "Edmund White" is written in lower case black letters, and the name "Max Steele" is written in white lowercase letters.
A white poster giving information about a virtual reading event. There are overlaid gray and white images of a statue of an angel with a sword, and two figures in beak masks. Orange texts reads “Frederic Tuten/Vi Khi Nat/Virtual Reading/18 April 2020/5:00 PM E.T./Artists Space x Segue Series/Zoom Meeting ID 378 232 576
“We want” Jamboard prompt for 8th grade students, 2021
Six sticky notes with black text on a white background. From the top left corner: "We want our voices to be heard, our pleads to be answered, our rights to be fully secured." is written on a yellow sticky note; "we want to be free" is written on a yellow sticky note; "we want to make this earth better," is written on a pink sticky note; "We want the earth to be clean," is written on a yellow sticky note; "we want everyone to be treated the same," is written on a blue sticky note; and "We want to relax," is written on a green sticky note.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Joon Oluchi Lee and Stacy Szymaszek. Saturday, October 16, 2021, Artists Space. Artist: Lonely Christopher & Venn Daniel
Over a light blue and white background, the word "Segue" is written in bright pink script in the top left corner. The names "Stacy Szymaszek" and "Joon Oluchi Lee" are written in black capitalized text on the left, and again in fuschia lettering on the right.
Serena Booth, On The Edge, digital photograph, 2021
A photograph of a person standing at the corner of a rooftop looking towards the camera. They are surrounded by a light fog, which partially obscures the glow of purple lights and yellow windows of a building behind the figure.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Megan Milks and Sara Jane Stoner. Saturday, October 23, 2021, Artists Space. Artist: Lonely Christopher & Venn Daniel
The bust of a person is positioned in the top third of the image. Inside the outlines of their face there is an illustration of a Fiona Apple tape, and five pairs of pink lips. A drawing of a purple flashlight makes up the person's eye, shooting out black lightning bolts over a light green background. Below, the name "Megan Milks" is written in a dark pink and the name "Sara Jane Stoner" is written in black text. The word "Segue" is written in bright pink script on the top right corner.
A crowd of people crowds around a temporary wall. In the foreground is a bookstore, while behind the wall and doorway, there is a screening room, with a video projected on the far wall. Overhead lights cast an orange glow
A sculpted cross with two scale readings on either side of it along with bullets lined in formation on the top half and some undefinited black marks on the bottom half and two unidentified objects hanging underneath. It hangs on a white brick wall.
DUOX: DUOX4Larkin. Installation view, Artists Space, 2012. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Two sculptures installed in a gallery space featuring rectangular sheets of laminated, paper rectangles held together by metal rings. The sheets are suspended at their four corners by metal poles mounted in silver buckets.
Salad Days 3. Installation view, Artists Space, 2008. Photo: Jeremy Ross.
Several sculptures and 2D works sit in a large gallery space with wooden floors and white columns. To the right, a stool-like object sits on a white plinth, illuminated by a bright overhead light. On the ground in the center of the image, an overturned cardboard box rests on the floor. A colorful structure resembling a well is installed in the background.
A photo from behind the performer, looking out at a room full of people. The performer is seen in silhouette, sitting at a table, illuminated by a lamp on the table. Copies of the book *Here is Information. Mobilise.* are stacked across the table. Behind the audience, there is a projected video of an Arabic news channel.
Donna Nelson. Installation View. Artists Space, 1985.
A face appears on the right part of the image with one figure central without defining facial features and another in the background with their back towards the viewer. Windows appear in the background.
A photo of the bookstore at 55 Walker Street - the front half is a bookstore, while the back half is an empty exhibition/performance space. Both have white walls and a light wood floor. They are divided by a temporary wall with a large doorway, which leaves a large gap between the top of the temporary wall and the ceiling. The back half is empty, with windows letting in light on the furthest wall. The front half has bookshelves adorning the walls, with a lower shelf to keep some books on display. A red pipe runs floor-to-ceiling between two columns of shelves.
Jana Euler: Unform. Installation view, Artists Space, February 21, 2020 – September 19, 2020. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Two large, orange slug sculptures forming circular ring shapes around cast-iron columns suspended by elastic cords are visible inside a white-walled gallery space along with square paintings on walls in the background.
Morag Keil, Posters, 2014. Inkjet prints (series of four).
A flyer featuring black and white photos of NYC housing developments and an orange column with text that reads, "HOUSING DISCRIMINATION IS AGAINST THE LAW! Fair housing is a human right protected by the New York City Human Rights Law. Under the New York City Human Rights Law, you cannot be denied housing because of your actual or perceived race, age, disability, gender (including gender identity and sexual harrassment), sexual orientation, marital status, partnership status, alienage or citizenship status, lawful occupation, lawful source of income, or because children may be residing with you."
Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Enough Tiranny Recalled (Artists Space), 2009, 6 color screenprint, 24 x 24 in (60 x 60 cm), Edition of 10 + 3AP.
The screenprint shows a collage of photos some in black & white and some in color. Some images show scenes with people and others document different multimedia installations. On top of the collage in large white block letters is written "Enough / Tyranny, / Recalled."
Joe Orton and Kenneth Halliwell Collins Guide to Roses , 1959 – 1962 Book cover collage Courtesy Islington Local History Centre
A green book cover, with it's title at the top reading, "Collings guid to ROSES;" a yellow rose against a white background, and a collaged photo of a dogs face below it. The right bottom corner of the page reads, "by Bertram Park."
Coop Fund, Amalle Dublon & Constantina Zavitsanos, Devin Kenny, John Neff. Installation view, Artists Space, 2018. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Two monitors are hung on a white wall. On the left, an image of a man crouching in a room with a chair sitting on the ground behind him. On the right, a purple, pink, and red graph is displayed next to a column of indicating numbers.
New Economy. Installation view, Artists Space, 2007.
On the far wall is a triptych of photographic posters that show piles of logs with a bottom text, "Nothing is real, Everything is Possiblem." In the corner of the room are stacks of red crates with cola bottles and on the opposit wall is a sculpture resembling a part of bicycle that is attached to the wall.
A dimly lit, color photograph of a desert installed on a white gallery wall. The desert ground is a bright orange color and includes many large rock features. The sky above is slightly blue and filled with clouds.
A flyer titled "Sites of Mass Displacement," depicting a map of Chinatown with pins on every gallery in the neighborhood. It asks, "Is this what a neighborhood 'untouched' by gentrification looks like?" Text at the bottom of the flyer notes "There are currently over 100 galleries occupying Chinatown, Two Bridges, and the Lower East Side. Can a neighborhood be both a holdout to gentrification and the new art enclave?"
A black and white painting of five people, dressed in party attire, smiling at the camera. Red paint conveys cuts, stitches, and injuries across their neck, face, and limbs. The woman second to the right of the frame is portrayed with red-toned legs.
Stylized white text on a tan background reads, "Western Agenda." Small black text above the white text reads "March 14-May 4, 1991 / Artists Space" while several lines of smaller, spaced out text spells out words such as, "courage" "hardwork" and "prosperity."
New Red Order Beginning of the End of the Trail, detail, 2021 Wet-plate collodion glass negatives with LED lightboxes, pipes, and extension cords. Image courtesy Artists Space, New York Photo: Filip Wolak
An image of a dark room with multiple videos playing in the background and photograph negatives hang off the wall.
Lines of Loss. Installation view, Artists Space, 1997. Photo: Bill Orcutt.
Black and green sans-serif text decorating a white gallery wall. Large, green text stacked vertically reads, "lines of loss." Smaller, black text superimposed over each of the green lettered words reads, "gabriel kuri damian ortega manuel rocha mauricio rocha guillermo santamarina." A small wall label below the text notes the exhibition's sponsors.
Bold, black text of varying sizes arranged in a rectangular block on a white background reads, "TREAT A COMPLETE STRANGER / AS A LOVER, HUG THEM / AS GOOD FRIENDS, AS THEY ARE / OR AS 10 YEARS AGO YOU MIGHT HAVE HAD / FABULOUS SEX / WITH ABSOLUTE ABANDON / WITH THE SAME STRANGER. / NOW LIFE IS RAVAGED / AND WE OFFER LOVE FROM THE SAME ROOT OF BOUNDLESS / COMPASSION."
Photograph of a large building on an urban street composed of rectangular sections of dark black and white stone that jut variously in towards and away from the building's facade. The bottom portion of the building is supported by two white columns and has a glass facade.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Miguel Gutierrez & Ishmael Houston-Jones. Saturday February 27, 2021, Artists Space.
A light pink colored background features black text in the top half of the image that reads, "Segue Reading Series / Miguel Gutierrez & Ishamel Houston-Jones / February 27 / 5pm on Zoom / Suggested donation: Five dollars / Zoom ID: 830 2698 4031." Black text in the bottom right corner reads, "Artists Space."
A person dressed in all pink extends a pink heart-shaped canvas over her head in front of a rapt audience. There are light spots reflected at even intervals patterning the room.
Ming Joon Art. Installation view, Artists Space, 1988.
A photograph of a large, open gallery space. The visible walls feature a continuous painting that wraps around the room, showing human figures on saturated blue, yellow, and red backgrounds. A single person stands int he room and looks at the painting.
A series of amorphous, basket-like objects sit on a series of plinths of varying heights in a gallery space. The baskets are composed of a variety of materials, including wood, grass, gourd, and paper.
Union Gaucha Productions. Installation view, Artists Space, 2015. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Six monitors in a row are lined up in the middle of a floating bookshelf, displaying stills from the film. On the left corner of the image, a desk holds long slips of black paper with white text on it, curled and intertwined, resembling film strips.
Alza Tu Voz, exhibition at Washington Heights Public Library, 2017
A photo of a front desk in a library - several desks with computers, bookshelves, and a couch are also visible. Four paintings lie on top of the bookshelves, depicting stylized figures against block color backgrounds
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring Brenda Iijima & Simone White. Saturday April 17, 2021, Artists Space.
A conical shape extends from a planet on the right side of the image towards a glowing orange sphere to the left. This basic image is repeated directly below with slight variations. The image is overlaid with text that reads “the segue reading series and artists space / present / Brenda Iijima / Simone White / saturday, 4-17 / 5pm eastern / $5 suggested / zoom id: 830 2698 4031."
A pink trifolded pamphlet with black text opened fully to display information about "Putt-Modernism", an "artist created 18-hole fully playable minature golf course," including a list of participating artists.
Louise Lawler, Who Says, Who Shows, Who Counts, 1990, Three chablis glasses with glass shelf, 8 1/2 x 14 x 4 1/4 in (21,6 x 35,6 x 10,8 cm), Edition of 50, Signed & numbered.
Three wine glasses sit next to each other on a glass shelf with a black background. Each glass has text lasered into the front. From left to right the first says, "who says," the second, "who shows," and the third, "who counts."
Nicole Eisenman, Never Forget Kissing in Bars, 2020, 23.4 x 16.5 inches
Black and white illustration of two people sitting at a square table, their bodies leaning forward, cheeks pressed to the tabletop while kissing. A half-empty bottle of wine and two wine glasses are positioned on the corner of the table. Below, sans serif text reads "Never Forget Kissing in Bars", "Spring 2020." Purple text at the bottom of the poster reads "2020Solidarity - Nicole Eisenman". Along the bottom right, a vertically oriented text reads "A Project by Between Bridges."
The Friends of Artists Space Dinner, May 8, 2010. Michael Clark & Company's performance.
A woman in a nude leotard-like top and silver leggings stands facing forward with her hand on her hip in a gallery space. Behind her, a figure in a black skirt and white collared shirt stands in a similar position, with his back to the former performer.
Catalogue cover design featuring an architectural sketch of an abstract contraption. A silhouette of a figure is transposed on top of the rendering. Black sans-serif text at the top and bottom edges of the cover reads, "Joel Saunders & Scott Sherk / SIGHTING THE GALLERY / Artists Space / December 12, 1992 - January 30, 1993."
An image of a town setting with advertising on a building that reads, "Crook's Easy Terms of Credit" in white letters on black background on the left and "Crook" in large white letters with white background on the right. Telephone poles and lines can be seen in the image as well. Store names "Pietche's Print & Paper Place" and "Tile Town" can be identified on the two building adjacent to one another.
A black and white graphic illustration of a primitive man with leaves encircling his head and his waist, leaning on a branch. The thought bubble above his head reads "Thinking more about production than consumption..."
Two poems. On the left, by Quentin: "I am from a computer and websites and games. / I am from a fun house and a loud house. / I am from an acacia tree and a bush whose stems I remember as if they were my own. / I am from Fourth of July and birthdays and from being sick toether and my sister Sivanda. / I am from my niece and being observant and independent. / I am from "stay out of the trouble" and "wait until you're older" and *Wheels on the Bus.* / I am from always eating at 7 o'clock. / I am from Manhattan and Puerto Rico and Africa and chicken and rice and seafood. / I am from fighting all the time and shiny and precious jewlery." The second poem, by Gabby, reads: "I am from Hip Hop music and cocoa butter and sprite. / I am from Joy and love. / I am from a cherry tree and daisies whose stems I remember as if they were my own. / I am from church and birthday parties and from bravery and confidence. / I am from Sabrina and cleaning the house and from family that is protective of me. / I am from 'mind your business' and 'I don't have friends, I have associates' and 'stay alive longer!' and the song *Body Party* by Ciara. / I am from visiting with family in Pennsylvania. / I am from East Harlem and West Indians and fried chicken and mac 'n cheese. / I am from Shakina who passed and I am named after her and a beautiful Egyptian statue"
Donald Moffett, Hidden Drive, 2018, C-print with diecut, 16 x 12 inches, Signed edition of 100, 5APs Courtesy of the artist
White flowers are superimposed on a photograph of a leafy shrub enshrouding a yellow street sign that reads "HIDDEN DRIVE." The face of the sign is damaged with many holes and other signs of impact that suggest gunfire.
New Red Order with Emmett de Muzio Hello, World!, detail, 2021 Wood with silicone, iPads, red feather, and polyester knit fabric step-and-repeat. Image courtesy Artists Space, New York Photo: Filip Wolak
An image of an exhibition space with a sculpted, larger than life head that hangs in the mezzanine.
In a grassy clearing in the shade of two green oak trees mostly obscuring the sky, the words “CENTER for EXPERIMENTAL LECTURES” are projected onto a small screen supported by a wooden frame held upright between leaning cinderblocks. Small monitor speakers are in the foreground on either side, one with a clamp light attached to it and a stack of books on top of it.
Macho Man, Tell It To My Heart: Collected by Julie Ault. Installation view, Artists Space, 2013. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Silver, italic text displayed across the top edges of two adjacent white, gallery walls reads, "Death Sentence 2009 Love It To Death 1971 Jesse… 989 Moon over Miami 1991-95 Archive." Two images hang on the wall below the text. To the right of a white column positioned in front of the wall hangs a separate drawing. Orchid plants sit to the left of the column on the ground.
Western Agenda. Installation view, Artists Space, 1991.
A black and white image of multiple sculptures along a wall.
Sistema Sandinista de Television. Still from Golpes de la Corazon (Blows of the Heart), 1983. Video (sound, black and white). Spanish with English subtitles.
One figure stands in a small square construction waist high and a nearby child stands inside another square construction with their head peeking out at the other figure. A figure stands behind them by a washbasin with clothes hanging from a clothesline in front of them. Bushes and trees appear behind them along with another edifice in the background. Video scan lines and black edges of CRT monitor are visible.
Ben van Berkel: Mobile Forces banner detail, Artists Space, 1997.
Several black and white images collaged on a black background. Some of the images are photographs of various buildings, bridges, and other structures—some in the process of construction. At the bottom of the composition is an alien-like image of a man with dark eyes and a large nose.
New Red Order Cover the Earth, 2021 Painted mural with cut vinyl, dibond prints, kiddie pool, sod, inflatable alligator, turtle sandbox, beach towels, towel racks, beach balls, beach chairs, beach umbrella, real estate lawn sign, cooler, and pool noodles. Image courtesy Artists Space, New York Photo: Filip Wolak
A wide angle image of a multicolored exhibition space consisting of beach paraphernalia.
Living with Pop. A Reproduction of Capitalist Realism. Installation view of the section “Galerie Schmela (1966),” Artists Space, 2014.
A white table with various documents sits in the ceter for a room. On the right, a televsion displaying a man walking sits on a pedestal. In the background, a black and white image of a crowd at a dinner table is displayed.
Four people pose for a photo, leaning on a table with three drawings of butterflies splayed across the surface. A papier mache butterfly composed of saturated pink and gold paper and red, yellow, black and white cotton balls hangs above the people at the top right of the image.
Amelia Bande. Stills from El estallido / The Outbreak, 2020. Recording of a live performance held over Zoom on August 7, 2020. Stage design and camera collaboration with Rachel Higgins. Courtesy the artist.
Amelia Bande stands in front of wall covered with posters and gestures towards her eyes as she says, “We wore masks and protective eyewear at the protests in Santiago.”
A wide wooden worktable sits in a gallery space with various models, books, and papers displayed on its surface. One of the models located closest to the viewer is yellow and has an amorphous shape. A series of black and white photographs of buildings hang on the wall to the right of the table.
Untitled (scrapbook), date unknown, Copyright Jack Smith Archive, Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels
A light colored paper with four photographs. Two images are the same, which feature a scene involving people and various props. The photograph at the top right features a man with a blue face posing next to a black and red sign. The image at the bottom left includes three people posing near one another.
Two figures in dark clothing stand before two music stands in front of a seated audience. The figure on the right appears to read from a text propped on the stand, while the figure on the left looks towards the audience, speaking and gesturing towards them with one hand.
A black and white image of two men sitting in a living room. The furniture is elevated on white pedestals. The man on the left sits on a chair; on the right on a sofa. A table with items sits inbetween them.
Lines of Loss. Installation view, Artists Space, 1997. Photo: Bill Orcutt.
An image of a hand holding a yellow golf ball projected onto the wall of a dimly-lit gallery space. Several square holes have been removed from several spots on the gallery wall, through which a space on the other side of the wall is visible.
Hito Steyerl, Guards, 2012, HD video on freestanding screen with sound, 20 mins, Courtesy of the artist and Andrew Kreps, New York. Installation view from Hito Steyerl, Artists Space, 2015.
A portrait oriented video is projected in a dark narrow space. A bench sits in front of the video. An image-still of a man, standing next to a frame on a wall that contains a seperate video of a man in a street, is on the back wall.
Six figures stand before a set of music stands in front of a seated audience in an interior space with industrial columns. They stand side by side in a horizontal line and are illuminated by overhead lights. A figure at the group's center looks up towards the audience, speaking. Their outstretched hand gestures towards the crowd.
A large gallery space with a wooden floor and white walls. On one wall that forms an L shape into the space, slightly distorted color portraits are arranged floor to ceiling in a tight grid. On the other white wall is a large black and white photograph, with several other small photographs with accompanying text.
Tiffany Sia: Slippery When Wet. Installation view, Artists Space, 2021. Courtesy Artists Space, New York. Photo: Filip Wolak
A photograph of a gallery space with a black rectangular table and a chair in the foreground. There are eight photographs and print-outs hung on the back walls, and a row of floor-to-ceiling columns is visible in the background.
Laurie Anderson; PersonA. Performance documentation, April 25, 1974, Artists Space.
A black and white image of a person sitting on a pedestal, performing in front of a crowd.
Radical Localism: Art, Video and Culture from Pueblo Nuevo's Mexicali Rose. Installation view, Artists Space, 2012. Photo: Daniel Pérez.
Four clusters of photographs are mounted on a white gallery wall. Some of the photographs are black and white, while others are in color. All show images of a single or groups of figures. On the far right, a small projection of a man in a white shirt illuminates the wall.
Three framed photographs installed in the corner of a gallery space with white walls and wooden flooring. Two darker, square photographs with large white frames are installed on the corner's left wall, while a lighter photograph of a gate-like structure is installed in a slim black frame on the corner's right wall.
Flyer for Segue Reading Series featuring t'ai freedom ford & Terrance Hayes. Saturday February 20, 2021, Artists Space.
A purple colored background features black text in the top half of the image that reads, "Segue Reading Series / t'ai freedom ford & Terrance Hayes / February 20 / 5pm on Zoom / Suggested donation: Five dollars / Zoom ID: 830 2698 4031." Black text in the bottom right corner reads, "Artists Space."