MAKE BELIEVE

Curated by Bruce W. Ferguson
Jennifer Bolande, Klaus vom Bruch, Yul Brynner, Meg Cranston, David Deutsch, Jack Goldstein, Sayre Gomez, Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Elliott Jamal Robbins, Walter Robinson, Kerry Tribe

January 13–February 17 2019

Press Release Selected Press

Jennifer Bolande, Plywood Curtains, 2010, photographically printed poplin, each panel approximately 118h x 170w in.

Sayre Gomez, Behind Door #9, 2018, acrylic and urethane based paints on canvas over panel, 84h x 120w in.

David Deutsch, High Desert Ghost House, 2001, silver gelatin print, 30h x 40w in.

David Deutsch, Untitled, 2000, silver gelatin print, 30h x 40w in.

Kerry Tribe, Ceiling Light (Monstera deliciosa) (left), 2018, modified lighting equipment and potted plant, dimensions variable

Walter Robinson, Strange Journey, 2017, acrylic on bed sheet, 92.50h x 63w in.

Meg Cranston, Yes, No, Maybe (Yes), 1994, black and white print, 20h x 16w in.

Meg Cranston, Yes, No, Maybe (No), 1994, black and white print, 20h x 16w in.

Meg Cranston, Yes, No, Maybe (Maybe), 1994, black and white print, 20h x 16w in.

Jennifer Bolande, Exit Triangle, 2010, inkjet print, 30h x 16w in.

Yul Brynner, Cecil B. DeMille on the Set of The Ten Commandments, 1956, archival inkjet print, 16h x 20w in.

Yul Brynner, The King and I, 20th Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, 1956, archival inkjet print, 20h x 16w in.

Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler, Grand Paris Texas (left), 2009, high definition video with sound, duration: 54 min, dimensions variable. Courtesy the Artists, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York / Los Angeles, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin and Vera Munro Gallery, Hamburg.

Jennifer Bolande, Movie Chair (right), 1984, wooden chair, velvet, bronze, enamel paint, light stands, lights, gaffer’s tape, 60h x 72w x 36d in.

Jennifer Bolande, Movie Chair, 1984, wooden chair, velvet, bronze, enamel paint, light stands, lights, gaffer’s tape, 60h x 72w x 36d in.

Klaus vom Bruch, Relatively Romantic (left), 1984, color video with sound, 21:46 min.
Elliott Jamal Robbins, Master Study: Snow White Clapping (right), 2018, HD video, 1:08 min.

Seen through an artist's eye, the notion of film reflects two sides of a mirror—on one side, a fictional space, on the other, a discerning look into reality.

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