Dread Scott invited me to be a part of this exhibition at the Harlem Stage on Monday to celebrate the publishing of Bob Avakian’s new book. Dread says “times like these demand a joyous celebration of the possibility of a radically different future.” and I agree.

The show includes artwork by: Derrick Adams, Wafaa Bilal, Richard Duardo, Emory Douglas, Skylar Fein, Kyle Goen, Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, Steve Lambert, Wangechi Mutu, Dread Scott, SEN ONE UZN and Hank Willis Thomas.


I’ve been working away at 2 new pieces for If These Walls Could Talk a concurrent exhibition at Charlie James Gallery and Marine Art Salon. These are new signs that are lined with aluminum. I’ve wanted to use this technique for a year, but just now was able to get everything together to make it happen. I’m quite proud of how these new signs turned out. It was exhausting work but I can stand back and say “I can’t believe I actually made this.”

I will have photos up as soon as I can. In the meantime, please come (or send your friends) to these openings:

Santa Monica Reception

Saturday Feb 12, 2011 6-9pm  <– I am flying out for this one
Marine Art Salon, Santa Monica

Chinatown Reception

Saturday Feb 19th, 2011 7-10pm
Charlie James Gallery, Chinatown, Los Angeles


In Light of Recent Events
An exhibition of necessary research
during Art Basel, Miami Beach

Wynwood Arts District, December 2-5, 2010
Lions Gallery @ Museovault
346 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL 33127

Showcasing contemporary work inspired by current events. In navigating the borderlands of investigative practice, spectre long ago abandoned the catalogue notion of “genre”; as such spectrevision humbly presents studio art work juxtaposed interchangeably with experiments and efforts that defy current modes of categorization, displayed alongside research materials and other relevant findings.


the future is not what it used to be, CCA Warsaw Poland

An exhibition curated by Magdalena Sawon
10.11.2010 – 26.12.2010

Tamas Banovich
Kevin Bewersdorf
Mikolaj Dlugosz
Ursula Endlicher
Zach Gage
Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung
Kobas Laksa
Michael Mandiberg
Eva and Franco Mattes (aka 0100101110101101.org)
Joe McKay
JooYoun Paek
The Yes Men

Art has always been a transformative reflection of reality and a moment in time. It is 2010. The screen is the window and the web is the tool to experience and engage in the world. Google, Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, Chatroulette, YouTube, Second Life and ebay are not virtual, they are real.


No Customs - SAMA Tower, Abu Dhabi

No Customs
SAMA Tower, Abu Dhabi
November 4-27, 2010
opening reception: Thursday Nov  4,  7-9 pm
curated by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
an exhibition of transmissible ideas with:

Vito Acconci, Jason Robert Bell & Marni Kotak, Torsten Z. Burns, Jennifer Dalton & Susan Hamburger, Anthony Discenza, Melissa Dubbin & Aaron Davidson, Bill Durgin, Tara Fracalossi, David Grubbs, Sara Hubbs, Thomas Lail, Michael Mandiberg, MTAA, Marisa Olson, Jonathan Schipper, Mark Tribe, Karen Yasinsky


Last Thursday, I exhibited After Thought, a performance-installation that I developed while at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center at Art in Odd Places in New York (check out their AIOP website, there’s some great projects there).

As the name implies, these performances that happen in unusual spots in the city, this one being at the 14th Street Y.



False Documents and Other Illusions, looks at the various ways in which contemporary artists approach the idea of trompe l’oei, lillusion, or fooling the eye. It runs in conjunction with a traditional 19th-century trompe l’oeil painting show on view in another gallery called John Haberle: Master of Illusion.

The New York Times Special Edition will be included in the show.

Portland Museum of Art
Seven Congress Square
Portland, Maine 04101
October 30, 2010—January 2, 2011.


This was the big presentation day for Gift Horse.

We assembled our volunteer crew in the morning and they donned togas for the Green Prix parade.

We already knew that the horse would clear the doorway, but others were concerned. Reality replicated itself and we got outside South Hall just fine.


I will have work in this show…

Short Term Deviation: A Collaboration with Showpaper

September 23 – October 23, 2010
Opening event: Thursday, September 23, 6 – 10 pm

The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts | 323 West 39th Street 3rd Floor NY NY 10018
(212) 563 5855 | info@efanyc.org

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