Other Mechanisms

Group exhibition curated by Anthony Huberman

June 29 – September 2, 2018

Danh Vo, Twenty-Two Traps, 2012, Collection of Andrew Ong & George Robertson; Louise Lawler, Formica (adjusted to fit, distorted for the times, slippery slope 3), 2018, Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York; Zarouhie Abdalian, Joint (ii), 2016, Collection of Joachim and Nancy Bechtle; Joint (iii), 2017, Collection Jack Wendler; Joint (IX), Collection Sonya Yu and Zachary Lara; exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi

 

Zarouhie Abdalian, Joint (ii), 2016, Collection of Joachim and Nancy Bechtle; Joint (iii), 2017, Collection Jack Wendler; Joint (IX), Collection Sonya Yu and Zachary Lara; Danh Vo, Twenty-Two Traps, 2012, Collection of Andrew Ong & George Robertson; Pope.L, Lever, 2016, ©Pope.L, From the Collection of Jay and Tom Heman, Courtesy of the artist and Mitchel-Innes&Nash, New York; Lutz Bacher, Chalkboard (Space), 2015; Untitled (Chalkboard), 2015; Untitled (Chalkboard), 2015, Courtesy Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York, exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi

 

Jay DeFeo, Untitled, 1987, Courtesy of The Jay DeFeo Foundation; Jean-Luc Moulène, Blown Knot 6 32 (Borromean) – varia 04CIRVA, Marseille, octobre 2012, 2012, Manizeh & Danny Rimer Collection, exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi

 

Nairy Baghramian, Scruff of the Neck (UL 11, F), 2016; Scruff of the Neck (LL 17/18/ +1), 2016, Courtesy of the artist und Marian Goodman Gallery, exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi

 

Sam Lewitt, Stranded Asset, 2017, Courtesy of the artist; Cameron Rowland, Pass-Thru, 2014, Courtesy of the artist and ESSEX STREET, New York: In some places, businesses use a pass-thru, to pass cash or goods back and forth; this could be at a bank or a liquor store. The highest standard of pass-thru use bullet proof glass, although this material is far too expensive to be used as a protective measure by those businesses where it might be most effective. Therein plastic is used in place of bullet proof glass. They are either made by a manufacturer or by the shop owner. This Pass-Thru was made by Rowland. Exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi

 

Frederick Kiesler, Study for Vision Machine, New York, 1938-1942; Detailed Study for Vision Machine, New York, 1938-1942; Detailed Study for Vision Machine [Tubes], New York, 1938-1942, © 2018, Austrian and Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Private Foundation, Vienna; Jacob Kassay, II, 2017 Courtesy of the artist and 303 Gallery, New York, exhibition view Other Mechanisms, Secession 2018, photo: Peter Mochi