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New York City Art – Gallery Insider: Deitch Projects on Saturday

Posted Friday, June 27th, 2008 at 2:30 pm by GalleryInsider in Cultural Bees. More in 10013

Summer in the art world is all about letting go: galleries tend towards group shows and shows by artists that are a little bit crazier, a little bit more free, a bit more relaxed than they normally show.

True to form, Deitch Projects is opening two shows on the 28th-the Brazilian identical twins Os Gemeos in their main space on Wooster and a look at current conceptual abstract art in “Constraction” curated by Kathy Grayson on Grand Street.

Deitch Projects tends towards the slightly looser to begin with, and the dream world created by Os Gemeos will be no exception. The twins have a signature style of colorful figuration, and for this show will be creating an entire fantasy world out of the gallery.

With “Constraction”, even though its focus is conceptual art, sometimes the hardest for non-artworlders to decipher, since it’s Deitch Projects, the work is sure to be kooky, engaging, and worth a look.

Between these two openings, just around the corner from each other, it should be a hopping crowd, so get there on the early side if you want to snag a free beer.

Os Gemeos, “Too Far Too Close”
Opening Saturday, June 28th, 6-9 pm
Deitch Projects, 18 Wooster Street

“Constraction” featuring work by Tauba Auerbach, Joe Bradley, Peter Coffin, Xylor Jane, Mitzi Pederson, Ara Peterson, curated by Kathy Grayson
Opening Saturday, June 28th, 6-9 pm
Deitch Projects, 76 Grand Street

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