An antique museum case. 72 glass-topped drawers. 72 ways of visualizing the world. Big picture / tiny space. Artists, musicians, mathematicians, curators, writers, philosophers, others.
November 22, 2009 through January 17, 2010
Thomas Allsopp, Pau Atela, Gudjon Bjarnason, Mathieu Borysevicz, Alison Bradley, Helen Brough, Johnson Chang, Alexandra Chang and Matthew Hocknos, Long-Bin Chen, Margaret Cogswell, Lois Conner, Lisa Corrine Davis, Santiago Cucullu, Robin Dash, Julie Evans, Mary Evans, Solange Fabiao, Jane Fine, Richard Gien, Richard Gluckman, Deborah Grant, Joanne Greenbaum, Alex Grey, Wenda Gu, Ingo Gunther, Jane Hammond, Julie Hefernan, Betti-Sue Hertz, Jene Highstein, Satch Hoyt, Peter Hristoff, Tom Huhn, David Henry Hwang, Soojung Hyun and Robert Morgan, Richard Jochum, David Judelson, Hoon Jung, Elaine King, Ellen Lanyon, Bing Lee, Nichole Lin and Joe Hill, Sarat Maharaj, Katy Martin, Iris Moon, John Moore, Robert Oxnam, Gary Peterson, Steven Rand, Renee Riccardo and Paul Laster, Lordy Rodriguez, Diane Samuels, Joachim Schmid, Barbara Segal, Varvara Shavrova, Ward Shelly, Eric Shiner, Francesco Siqueiros, Franklin Sirmans, Alan Sondheim, Gary Stephan, Wash SyCip, Elaine Tin Nyo, Jaret Vadera, Richard Vine, Ken Wahl, Sarah Walker, Ryszard Wasko, Lilly Wei, Daniel Weiner, Elga Wimmer, Sally Wu and Christopher Phillips, O Zhang
Location & Hours
Triple Candie is located at 500 West 148th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam) in Harlem
Open Thursday – Sunday, 1:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Founded in 2001, Triple Candie is a nonprofit exhibition space in Harlem. By and large, it presents exhibitions about art that are devoid of art – Eye / World being a possible recent exception. For more information visit www.triplecandie.org or call 212.368.3333