Exhibition:
Lara Schnitger:  Two Masters and Her Vile Perfume
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

Left:
Lara Schnitger, Malle Machos, 2010. Wood, aluminum, silk, cotton, zippers. Group of five sculptures.
Dimensions variable.

Above:
Lara Schnitger, Spazmax, 1992/2010. Plastic, foam rubber. Dimensions variable.

Right:
Lara Schnitger, Leave the World Outside, 2010. Wood, cotton, nylon. Group of eight sculptures.
Each sculpture: 127” x 120” x 20”.
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Exhibition:
In Practice Projects, Fall 2010
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter
Long Island City Sculpture Center Presents a
selection of fall artists
All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter
and the artists.  
Photo: Jason Mandella
Foreground
(Projection):
Josh Tonsfeldt,
Quentin, 2010
HD Video
5'28"

Works by Josh
Tonsfeldt courtesy
of the artist and
Simon Preston, NY.
Exhibition:
In Practice Projects, Fall 2010
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists.  
Photo: Jason Mandella


Foreground (sculpture on floor):
Justin Matherly, The degenerated instinct which turns against life with
subterranean vengefulness; See you again in your muck of tomorrow., 2010
Concrete, ambulatory products.  Dimensions variable.

Background (right wall):
Justin Matherly,  The earth sustains you and You shit on it in gratitude, 2010.
Inkjet transfer, liquid frisket on paper.  20" x 40"

Works by Justin Matherly courtesy of the artist and Bureau.
Exhibition:
In Practice Projects, Fall 2010
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists.  
Photo: Jason Mandella

Left & right walls:
Viola Yesiltac, vier Gaukler, 2010
Interior, Exterior Signage
Faux Leather

Floor:
über die Fähigkeit absichtslos warten zu können, 2010
Interior, Exterior, Signage
Black & white digital print, “Plia” Folding Chair by
Giancarlo Piretti 1969, Lee Filter CT Blue Full
65” x 194”

Works by Viola Yesiltac courtesy of the artist.
Exhibition:
In Practice Projects, Fall 2010
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists.  
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground (installation):
Josh Tonsfeldt
11: Island-Light, 2010
Wood, found materials, encyclopedia volume, and inkjet print
Dimensions variable

Background (projection):
Josh Tonsfeldt
8:30-11:30 & 2-6, 367 36th St.
HD Video 7:00:07


All works courtesy the artist and Simon Preston, NY
Exhibition:
In Practice Projects, Fall 2010
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists.  
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground (Installation):
Lior Shvil
The Kosher Butcher - Confession, 2010
Two-Channel video installation, Mixed media
Lovett/Codagnone with Tom Zook:  Your Hero is a
Ghost
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground:
Lovett/Codagnone with Tom Zook, Your Hero is a
Ghost, 2010.
Stainless steel, wood, conduit, sound.

All works courtesy of the artists.
Exhibition:
Elizabeth Neel: Stick Season
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Photographer Name

Foreground (objects on table):
Elizabeth Neel, Orienteers, 2010. Mixed media.

On Wall, from Left to Right:
Elizabeth Neel, Orienteer, 2010.  Acrylic on paper.  
24" x 19".

Elizabeth Neel, In and Out, 2010.  Acrylic on paper.  
24" x 19".
Exhibition:
Elizabeth Neel: Stick Season
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

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Foreground (objects on table):
Elizabeth Neel, Orienteers, 2010. Mixed media.

On Wall, from Left to Right:
Elizabeth Neel, Orienteer, 2010.  Acrylic on paper.  
24" x 19".

Elizabeth Neel, In and Out, 2010.  Acrylic on paper.  
24" x 19".

Elizabeth Neel, Fliptic, 2010. Acrylic on paper. 24” x
19”.

Elizabeth Neel, Demonstration, 2010. Acrylic on
paper. 24” x 19”.

Elizabeth Neel, Lie Detector, 2010. Acrylic on paper.
24” x 19”.

Elizabeth Neel, Ix Mix Drix, 2010. Acrylic on paper.
24” x 19”.
Exhibition:
Elizabeth Neel: Stick Season
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground (objects on table):
Elizabeth Neel, Orienteers, 2010. Mixed media.

On Wall, from Left to Right:
Elizabeth Neel, Fliptic, 2010. Acrylic on paper. 24” x 19”.

Elizabeth Neel, Demonstration, 2010. Acrylic on paper. 24” x 19”.
Exhibition:
Lara Schnitger:  Two Masters and Her Vile Perfume
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground Below:
Lara Schnitger, Hippolyta, 2010.  Wood, cotton, feathers, string, foam, pin, rings.  125" x 48" x 24".

Foreground Above:
Lara Schnitger, Spazmax, 1992/2010. Plastic, foam rubber. Dimensions variable.

Middleground (circling center sculptures):
Lara Schnitger, Leave the World Outside, 2010. Wood, cotton, nylon. Group of eight sculptures. Each
sculpture: 127” x 120” x 20”.

Background:
Lara Schnitger, Malle Machos, 2010. Wood, aluminum, silk, cotton, zippers. Group of five sculptures.
Dimensions variable.
Exhibition:
Lara Schnitger:  Two Masters and Her Vile Perfume
September 13 - November 29, 2010
SculptureCenter

All images:
Image c. 2010 SculptureCenter and the artists
Photo: Jason Mandella

Foreground Below:
Lara Schnitger, Hippolyta, 2010.  Wood, cotton, feathers, string, foam,
pin, rings.  125" x 48" x 24".

Foreground Above:
Lara Schnitger, Spazmax, 1992/2010. Plastic, foam rubber. Dimensions
variable.

Middleground:
Lara Schnitger, Leave the World Outside, 2010. Wood, cotton, nylon.
Group of eight sculptures. Each sculpture: 127” x 120” x 20”.

Background:
Lara Schnitger, Malle Machos, 2010. Wood, aluminum, silk, cotton,
zippers. Group of five sculptures. Dimensions variable.
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