This weekend is your last chance to see Nicolas Fleming’s transformative site-specific installation, Moving right along. We are open Friday thru Sunday from 12–5 pm, and the artist will be in attendance on the Friday to answer questions and discuss his work and process.
Also available will be our newest exhibition catalogue, featuring a lyrical essay by co-curator Oana Tanase that deftly traces the echoes of two thousand years of architectural history which reverberate within Fleming’s gestures toward the monumental. An in-depth interview between Tanase and Fleming, as well as full photo documentation of the exhibition and examples of his past work, details the artist’s approach to various contexts including the white box gallery space at TYPOLOGY.
The catalogue can be purchased online and in the gallery. Also available in the gallery is a limited edition series of unique artworks entitled The progeny, each in a different size on various substrates including OSB, plywood, glass tile, and acrylic sheet. All sales proceeds benefit both the artist and future project space programs.
So please join us at Youngplace this weekend. Other exhibitions currently on view in the building include Koffler Gallery’s solo show featuring Isabel Rocamora, and It’s All Greek to Me, a group show featuring Lanfranco Aceti, Campus Novel, Jefferson Campbell-Cooper, Kostas Christopolous, Yiannis Grigoriadis, Yiannis Isidorou, Jenny Marketou, Giorgos Papadatos, Poka-Yio, Artemis Potamianou, Makrigiannis Stilianos & Anonymous, co-curated by Artemis Potamianou and Julie René de Cotret, and opening this Thursday in the 3rd floor Hallway Gallery.