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Hank Willis Thomas

Greater New York at P.S.1 Part II

James Kalm bikes the fifteen miles from South Brooklyn to Long Island City Queens to bring viewers these glimpses of "Greater New York". This exhibition, in conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art, is perhaps one of the most prestigious shows in America, and has launched the careers of dozens of today's most recognized artists. Organized by Klaus Biesenbach, Director of P.S.1, Connie Butler, and Neville Wakefield, Greater New York features young and emerging artists and highlights contemporary trends and tendencies according to the curators. Included in Part II are views of works by: Sam Moyer, Dave Miko, Ishmael Randall Weeks, Caleb Considine, Ryan McNamara, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, Hank Willis Thomas, Zipora Fried, William Cordova, Tauba Auerbach, Leigh Ledare and others.

"Greater New York" at P.S. 1: RUSHES

"Greater New York" is one of the most influential exhibitions for young and emerging artists presented in the city. In this, its third edition, the number of participating artists is reduced to 68 from nearly 200 in the 2005 version. Artists were given more room to construct environments and installations that represent the creative processes and its juncture with life. Glimpses of works by David Brooks, Franklin Evans, Lucy Raven, Hank Willis Thomas, Sharon Hays, Ishmael Randall Weeks and others are visible. Guest crucifixion by Jerry Saltz.

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