Nicole Klagsbrun

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526 West 26th Street Room 318
www.nicoleklagsbrun.com Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery was established in 1989 in New York City. An advocate of independent thought, the gallery presents young emerging and mid-career artists who follow a tradition of contemporary innovation.

Since its inception, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery has been a consistent force in the international contemporary art world and has built a reputation for successfully identifying new talent and nurturing careers of artists such as Bas Jan Ader, Matthew Day Jackson, Jay DeFeo, Jimmie Durham, John Giorno, Candida Höfer, Rashid Johnson, Karen Kilimnik, Adam McEwen, John Pilson, Mika Rottenberg and Karlheinz Weinberger.

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Bruce Nauman in “Nothing Personal” Open this week, Thursday and Friday, 12 - 6 pm Bruce Nauman’s practice spans a broad ...
09/08/2021

Bruce Nauman in “Nothing Personal” Open this week, Thursday and Friday, 12 - 6 pm

Bruce Nauman’s practice spans a broad range of media including sculpture, photography, neon, video, drawing, printmaking, and performance. Nauman started using photography around 1966, in part following his experience that year of the work of the American-born Surrealist photographer Man Ray at the LA County Museum of Art. Eleven Color Photographs (1966–67), released by New York gallerist Leo Castelli in 1970, brought wide critical and public attention and represented a radical rearticulation of photography as an ‘artistic’ medium and a source of meaning. It is one of the first instances of an artist engaging with the opportunities offered by color photography, which until the early 1970s remained the province of commercial and snapshot photography. Taking the appearance of documentary photographs, the works depict either an action or an ephemeral ‘sculpture’ created by Nauman in his studio, each involving a pun or word game.

Bruce Nauman
Coffee Thrown Away Because It Was Too Cold
1966/2020
C-print/Inkjet Print
20 x 23 3/4 inches
Edition 5/8

Bruce Nauman in “Nothing Personal” Open this week, Thursday and Friday, 12 - 6 pm

Bruce Nauman’s practice spans a broad range of media including sculpture, photography, neon, video, drawing, printmaking, and performance. Nauman started using photography around 1966, in part following his experience that year of the work of the American-born Surrealist photographer Man Ray at the LA County Museum of Art. Eleven Color Photographs (1966–67), released by New York gallerist Leo Castelli in 1970, brought wide critical and public attention and represented a radical rearticulation of photography as an ‘artistic’ medium and a source of meaning. It is one of the first instances of an artist engaging with the opportunities offered by color photography, which until the early 1970s remained the province of commercial and snapshot photography. Taking the appearance of documentary photographs, the works depict either an action or an ephemeral ‘sculpture’ created by Nauman in his studio, each involving a pun or word game.

Bruce Nauman
Coffee Thrown Away Because It Was Too Cold
1966/2020
C-print/Inkjet Print
20 x 23 3/4 inches
Edition 5/8

Don Rubell seen at Dan Graham’s 1986 solo exhibition at Cable Gallery
08/17/2021

Don Rubell seen at Dan Graham’s 1986 solo exhibition at Cable Gallery

Don Rubell seen at Dan Graham’s 1986 solo exhibition at Cable Gallery

#OnView Come to the space to see this #MikaRottenberg and #AlonaHarpaz work in person or click the link in bio to access...
07/28/2021

#OnView Come to the space to see this #MikaRottenberg and #AlonaHarpaz work in person or click the link in bio to access the viewing room

Intended to aid communities in need, Alona Harpaz and Mika Rottenberg create an attractive bounteous natural installation that acquires its title from the name of a non-profit organization (Infinite Earth) established by the two artists in Berlin in 2008. On closer inspection, the artifice of the landscape — one sustained by paint and wires, with much of its blue “water” literally under wraps — come to the fore.

Alona Harpaz and Mika Rottenberg
infinite #1
2008
c-print
42.5 x 41 inches (frame)
108 x 104.1 cm
41.5 x 39 inches (image)
105.4 x 99.1 cm
Edition 01/30

#OnView Come to the space to see this #MikaRottenberg and #AlonaHarpaz work in person or click the link in bio to access the viewing room

Intended to aid communities in need, Alona Harpaz and Mika Rottenberg create an attractive bounteous natural installation that acquires its title from the name of a non-profit organization (Infinite Earth) established by the two artists in Berlin in 2008. On closer inspection, the artifice of the landscape — one sustained by paint and wires, with much of its blue “water” literally under wraps — come to the fore.

Alona Harpaz and Mika Rottenberg
infinite #1
2008
c-print
42.5 x 41 inches (frame)
108 x 104.1 cm
41.5 x 39 inches (image)
105.4 x 99.1 cm
Edition 01/30

Visit us today to see this Barbara Ess work in person or click the link in bio to visit the viewing room.Photographer Ba...
07/22/2021

Visit us today to see this Barbara Ess work in person or click the link in bio to visit the viewing room
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Photographer Barbara Ess is renowned for her haunting pinhole photographs and for performing in experimental bands in New York City’s 1980s and 90s downtown art scene. Employing lo-fi optical devices and image systems, small telescopes, and a toy microscope, Ess embraces the glitches and unintended artifacts resulting from her processes, seeking to depict the uncertainties of perception and uncover “ambiguous perceptual boundaries between people, between the self and the not- self, and between ‘in’ here and ‘out’ there.” Her work is in numerous permanent collections, including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Whitney Museum of American Art, amongst others.

Barbara Ess
Untitled
1984
c-print
42 x 28.75 inches (framed)
106.7 x 73 centimeters
Edition of 5

Swipe to see installation shots and the press release from the 2002 exhibition Billy Sullivan: Photographs 1969 - 2002Vi...
06/07/2021

Swipe to see installation shots and the press release from the 2002 exhibition Billy Sullivan: Photographs 1969 - 2002

Visit us or viewingroom.nicoleklagsbrun.com to see Billy Sullivan’s photograph in the current show Nothing Personal

Now on view: John Hilliard, Study for Blind Date, 1984.Come view the work in person at the gallery today or tomorrow or ...
06/03/2021

Now on view: John Hilliard, Study for Blind Date, 1984.

Come view the work in person at the gallery today or tomorrow or click the link in bio to view it online.

Open Thursday and Friday, 12 - 6 pm and by appointment.
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#johnhilliard #conceptualphotography #conceptualart #photography #installation #exhibition #nicoleklagsbrun #photoexhibition #britishcontemporaryart #fineartphotography

Just launched the Nothing Personal Online Viewing Room. Visit us at viewingroom.nicoleklagsbrun.com
05/26/2021

Just launched the Nothing Personal Online Viewing Room. Visit us at viewingroom.nicoleklagsbrun.com

Just launched the Nothing Personal Online Viewing Room. Visit us at viewingroom.nicoleklagsbrun.com

Open this Saturday, 22 May, from 12 - 6 pmImage: Vibeke Tandberg, Living Together (Multiple), 1996
05/20/2021

Open this Saturday, 22 May, from 12 - 6 pm

Image: Vibeke Tandberg, Living Together (Multiple), 1996

Open now: Nothing Personal. Give us a visit!ImageHirsch PerlmanUntitled (Loos House)198814 x 18.5 inches (photograph)Edi...
05/06/2021

Open now: Nothing Personal. Give us a visit!

Image
Hirsch Perlman
Untitled (Loos House)
1988
14 x 18.5 inches (photograph)
Edition of 2

Such a treat to see former Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery and Cable Gallery artists currently on view at the MET! Swipe right ...
05/03/2021

Such a treat to see former Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery and Cable Gallery artists currently on view at the MET! Swipe right for some more images from our visit.

1. David Robbins, Talent, 1986 featuring NKG and Cable artists Ashley Bickerton, Alan Belcher, and Clegg and Guttman and Adam McEwen, Untitled (Nicole), 2004
2. David Robbins, Talent, 1986
3. David Robbins, Talent, 1986)
4. Adam McEwen, Untitled (Nicole), 2004
5. Clegg and Guttman, Grand Master, 1982
6. Sarah Charlesworth, Rietveld Chair, 1981
7. Sarah Charlesworth, Rietveld Chair, 1981 (detail)
8. Candida Höfer, Liverpool IV, 1968, 1998

Opening this week: May 6, 2021Nothing Personal is organised in collaboration with Julie Saul
05/01/2021

Opening this week: May 6, 2021

Nothing Personal is organised in collaboration with Julie Saul

Opening this week: May 6, 2021

Nothing Personal is organised in collaboration with Julie Saul

Black Women in Visual Art: Capturing the Fire, an online exhibition curated by founders Darcia Mia DeMarr and Lauren Jac...
12/15/2020

Black Women in Visual Art: Capturing the Fire, an online exhibition curated by founders Darcia Mia DeMarr and Lauren Jackson Harris

Image #1 WideAwakes: Captured by Anthony Artis
A hallmark of American civil liberty has been the right to protest. Photographer Anthony Artis captured this electric image of Wide Awakes 2020 marchers. Originally an abolitionist group this year marked the 160th anniversary of their first procession in NYC. What needs to be abolished today?

Image #2 For Freedoms: Come out, Come out, Wherever You Are by For Freedoms - Lorraine O'Grady
Lorraine O’Grady has been a socially engaged, performance artist before these terms existed. This billboard is from her “Cutting Out the New York Times,” a series of 26 found newspaper poems made on successive Sundays, from June 5 to November 20, 1977. Today it calls us to reveal ourselves with our vote.

Image #3 Performance artist @crackheadbarneyisback by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn
Humor is a clever medium for powerful ideas. This image captured by @laylah of performance artist @crackheadbarneyisback exposes a message emphasizing the bizarre circumstances of an unprecedented social and political moment in American history.

Image #4 Shirley Chislom by Mike Lien
With a fierce spirit for activism, Shirley Chisholm blazed a path of firsts. She was the first African American woman elected to congress. Later, she was the first African American candidate nominated by a major party for president. This image captures the fire of her presence as a political pioneer.

Photo Credit: Mike Lien/The New York Times

Image #5 "Undocumented", image from series by John Moore
Her hand raised to the flag is a sign of commitment to the possibility of America and an act of faith for a prosperous future as a new citizen. Despite a legacy of horror towards many who resemble her, she remains steadfast. Let America be as committed to its citizens by shedding antiquated hierarchies and allowing space for sustainable freedom.

On view: Brie Ruais’ Spiraling Open and Closed Like an Aperture at Night Gallery. Photos courtesy of Brie Ruais and Nigh...
11/27/2020

On view: Brie Ruais’ Spiraling Open and Closed Like an Aperture at Night Gallery.

Photos courtesy of Brie Ruais and Night Gallery

Cameron in "Unsympathetic Magic" at No Gallery, curated by Casey Gleghorn Now on view at 138 Elridge St. New York, NY, t...
11/04/2020

Cameron in "Unsympathetic Magic" at No Gallery, curated by Casey Gleghorn

Now on view at 138 Elridge St. New York, NY, through November 25, 2020.

From the Press Release:
The antithesis of specificity, Unsympathetic Magic is a way of living. Rejecting magic as something to be understood, it points to a magical practice that, while indefinable, is rooted firmly in reality. Unsympathetic Magic is slippery, evolving and adapting to a nuanced and ever-changing world. These artists are not playing with casting spells, there is no light as a feather/stiff as a board. They are visionaries, shapeshifters, channellers, transcenders, multiversal worldbuilders, agents of their own destinies."

Artists exhibiting:
Sara Kathryn Arledge 
Nora Berman 
Cameron
Vincent Dermody 
André Eugène
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Genesis P-Orridge

Photos courtesy of No Gallery
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#FromTheNKGArchives Video Stills from NKG's 1999 Elaine Reichek show titled "When This You See..." which showcases Reich...
10/15/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives Video Stills from NKG's 1999 Elaine Reichek show titled "When This You See..." which showcases Reichek's first use of video.
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An excerpt from the Press Release: "When This You See..." investigates a specific history of knitting, sewing and weaving and how these activities have been perceived over time. The video piece shown here is a series of clips compiled from a wide-range of films, dating from the 1920s to the 1990s. In each clip, a woman playing a pivotal role in the film appears sewing; her motives are revealed by one-word text interventions superimposed by Reichek. As with her samplers. where art historical and literary sources are appropriated into the work, an alternate history for the practices of both embroidery and art is unveiled
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@elainereichek #elainereichek #nicoleklagsbrungallery

#FromTheNKGArchives An edition of this work was included in the 1997 show at Nicole Klagsbrun: Making Pictures: Women an...
08/05/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives An edition of this work was included in the 1997 show at Nicole Klagsbrun: Making Pictures: Women and Photography Part II, 1975 - Now.
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Sarah Charlesworth, Rider, 1984, Laminated cibachrome print with lacquered wood frame, ed. 6/7, 15 x 20 inches, image courtesy of the artist and @paulacoopergallery
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#SarahCharlesworth

Happy Birthday Keith. Miss you....Invitation Card and Installation Shots from 1997 Keith Sonnier Show, Channel Mix, at N...
07/31/2020

Happy Birthday Keith. Miss you.
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Invitation Card and Installation Shots from 1997 Keith Sonnier Show, Channel Mix, at Nicole Klagsbrun.

#FromTheNKGArchives An edition of this work was included in the 1997 show at Nicole Klagsbrun: Making Pictures: Women an...
07/24/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives An edition of this work was included in the 1997 show at Nicole Klagsbrun: Making Pictures: Women and Photography Part II, 1975 - Now.
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Lorna Simpson, Self Possession, 1992. Color polaroid photograph 25 ½ x 20 ½ x 2 inches
64.8 × 52.1 × 5.1 cm Ed. 3/5. Collection of Cari and Michael Sacks
© Lorna Simpson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth
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Image taken from @mcachicago online exhibit: Duro Olowu: Seeing Chicago Virtual Gallery
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#LornaSimpson #photography @lornasimpson

#FromTheNKGArchives 2 Install Shots with Corresponding Checklist Information from Making Pictures: Women and Photography...
07/15/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives 2 Install Shots with Corresponding Checklist Information from Making Pictures: Women and Photography Part II, 1975 - Now, 1997.
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#ValerieJouvé #JennyGage #AnnetteMessager #BarbaraKruger #SarahCharlesworth #AmySteiner #DAnaHoey #NancyDavenport #MaryKelly #NanGoldin #LornaSimpson #SophieCalle #CandidaHöfer #LouiseLawler #JenniferBolande #TinaBarney #SherrieLevine #ElaineReichek #jenniferbornstein @ New York, New York

#FromTheNKGArchives 5 Photographs by Eleanor Antin, shown at Making Pictures: Women and Photography, 1997.Images courtes...
07/10/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives 5 Photographs by Eleanor Antin, shown at Making Pictures: Women and Photography, 1997.

Images courtesy of @sfmoma and Eleanor Antin.
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#1 100 Boots Turn the Corner, 1973
#2 100 Boots in the Market, 1973
#3 100 Boots Parking, 1973
#4 100 Boots in the Way to Church, 1973
#5 100 Boots on the Road, 1973
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#blackandwhitephotography #1970s #Photography #EleanorAntin #SFMOMA
@ New York, New York

Click the link in bio to view at the ADAA/Artlogic Viewing Room Initiative..Xaviera Simmons (@xavierasimmons)Around the ...
07/08/2020

Click the link in bio to view at the ADAA/Artlogic Viewing Room Initiative.
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Xaviera Simmons (@xavierasimmons)
Around the Y, 2010
C-print
40 x 50 in
101.6 x 127 cm
Edition 2/3 + 2 AP
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Spanning across the fields of photography, performance, video, sound, sculpture and installation, Xaviera Simmons (b. 1974, New York, NY) investigates experience, memory, abstraction, present, and future histories — specifically addressing the notion of landscape-as-cyclical.

Commissioned by the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University (@nashermuseum), Around the Y is a part of the series “Thundersnow Road.” Travelling across North Carolina, from coast to mountain, Simmons photographed in both rural and urban environments that reinterpret the cultural and physical landscape. Simmons inserted herself into the settings as anonymous subjects, traveling musicians that appear in the landscape, excavated from the history of the location. Her fictional characters conjure the lore of the landscape and blur the lines of the imaginative and the real to explore the significance of place, music and storytelling in the South.
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#XavieraSimmons #photography #southernfolklore #nashermuseum

#FromTheNKGArchives Swipe left to view the checklist from Making Pictures: Women and Photography Part II, 1975 - Now, 19...
07/02/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives Swipe left to view the checklist from Making Pictures: Women and Photography Part II, 1975 - Now, 1997
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#SilviaKolbowski #MoyraDavey #ElaineLustigCohen #EleanorAntin #AnnetteLemieux #KarenKnorr #CarrieMaeWeems @selavy00 @moyradavey @elainelustig @annette_lemieux @karen.knorr @carriemaeweems #femalephotographers

#FromTheNKGArchives Swipe left to view the checklist from Women and Photography: Making Pictures, Part I, 1996......#fem...
07/01/2020

#FromTheNKGArchives Swipe left to view the checklist from Women and Photography: Making Pictures, Part I, 1996
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#femalephotographers #femaleartists #anamendieta #catherineopie #marilynminter #marybethedelson #arlanelopezhuici #annhamiliton #beverlysemmes #lauriesimmons #marikomori #caroleeschneemann #francescawoodman #cindysherman #gillianwearing @ New York, New York

Carolyn Ramo on her favourite artworks from Week 4 of FAIR, featuring @shereehovsepian , Sheltered, 2020! ...#thisisfair...
06/21/2020

Carolyn Ramo on her favourite artworks from Week 4 of FAIR, featuring @shereehovsepian , Sheltered, 2020!
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#thisisfair #shereehovsepian #photography @newartdealers @ New York, New York

Sheree Hovsepian at FAIR. Link in Bio.Sheltered, 2020, Silver gelatin photographs, wood, string, velvet, artist frame, 1...
06/18/2020

Sheree Hovsepian at FAIR. Link in Bio.

Sheltered, 2020, Silver gelatin photographs, wood, string, velvet, artist frame, 13.5 x 10.5 x 3 inches
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#ShereeHovsepian #photography #mixedmedia #blackandwhite @shereehovsepian @newartdealers @ New York, New York

Cameron at FAIR. Link in Bio.Cameron, Untitled (from the Lion Path series), n.d., Watercolor, silver metallic paint on p...
06/12/2020

Cameron at FAIR. Link in Bio.

Cameron, Untitled (from the Lion Path series), n.d., Watercolor, silver metallic paint on paper, 5.5 x 7.5 inches
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#MarjorieCameron #worksonpaper #watercoloronpaper #NADA

“No peace without justice, no justice without peace”
06/04/2020

“No peace without justice, no justice without peace”

On view at NADA thisisfair.org. Click link in bio to learn more.Vahakn Arslanian, Old Day Of Pan American, Nail polish o...
05/27/2020

On view at NADA thisisfair.org. Click link in bio to learn more.

Vahakn Arslanian, Old Day Of Pan American, Nail polish on aluminum airplane part (wing panel), 16” X 26”, 2020
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Born in Antwerp but raised in New York City, #VahaknArslanian began painting and working with glass at an early age. Deaf from birth and fascinated by the chaotic beauty of shattered glass, Vahakn found in his art both a route for his imaginative vision and a means of exploring the equilibrium between destruction and creation. His work frequently employs glass – sometimes broken, sometimes intact – as well as found or acquired objects like antique window sashes and hardware, massive airliner cockpit windows, lightbulbs, and even jet-engine fans. The images he places in and on the spaces thus created depict his vision of beauty and absurdity: a bird with a subway car for a beak, a candle with too many flames, a flock of tiny Boeing jets converging on the vortex at the centre of a shattered window.
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@vahakn75 #newartdealers #thisisfair #nailpolish #airplanes #panam #art #paintingonmetal #arte #airplaneart #nailpolishart #contemporaryart #artcurious #artdrunk @newartdealers
@ New York City, N.Y.

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