12) From Dawn Till Dusk, Curated By Keith J. Varadi

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From Dawn Till Dusk
curated by Keith J. Varadi

with work by Gene Beery, Keren Cytter, & Amy Yao

"Days are the greatest beasts we've known."


Saturday, May 20th dawn-dusk
Sunset Point, Mission Bay
1656 West Mission Bay Dr.

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Gene Beery has been making and exhibiting primarily paintings and photographs for nearly 50 years. His practice has seen his often personal and textual musings aligned with pop art, minimalism, and conceptualism. His idiosyncratic gestures were once described with concise accuracy as “iconoclastic, funny and smart” by Ken Johnson in The New York Times. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, where it was included in the 1975 Whitney Biennial. He has recently shown with galleries such as Zach Feuer, Bodega, and Greenspon, where he is currently represented. His work has been written about in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Art in America, and Artforum.

Israeli-born artist, Keren Cytter, works with non-linear experimental modes of storytelling that often take the form of film, video installations, and writing. Prolific in her production, Cytter has exhibited extensively throughout the globe, including a large-scale survey of her work in 2015 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Other solo exhibitions include shows with the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Pilar Corrias (London), Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien (Graz), and the Hammer Museum (Los Angeles). Her work has been included in the 53rd Venice Biennale, the 6th Biennial of Moving Image, and the Whistable Biennale. Cytter is also the author of three novels: The Man Who Climbed Up the Stairs of Life and Found Out They Were Cinema Seats (Lukas and Sternberg, New York – Berlin, 2005); The seven most exciting hours of Mr. Trier’s life in twenty-four chapters (Witte de With and Sternberg, Rotterdam-Berlin, 2008); and The Amazing True Story of Moshe Klinberg – A Media Star (onestar, Paris, 2009). Keren Cytter is represented by Pilar Corrias in London.

Amy Yao was born, raised, lives, and works in the Los Angeles area. Her uncanny images and objects tend to dig up and display contextually cultural confusion as she surfs the current waves of society. She has had solo exhibitions at venues including Indipendenza (Rome); 47 Canal (New York); VI, VII (Oslo, NO); Jack Hanley Gallery (New York); Edouard Montassut (Paris); and The Green Gallery (Milwaukee). Yao has also exhibited her work in group exhibitions at galleries and institutions such as MoMA PS1 (New York); Swiss Institute (New York); Museum of Contemporary Art (Tucson); Sommer Contemporary (Tel Aviv); Air de Paris (Paris); Night Gallery (Los Angeles); Lisa Cooley (New York); Gavin Brown’s Enterprise (New York); MAB Society (Shanghai); and Andrew Kreps (New York). She is currently represented by Various Small Fires in Los Angeles and Mathew in Berlin.
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