December, 2009

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Best of 2009 Yayoi Kusama Originally published on April 27, 2009 Gagosian Gallery is presenting two major exhibitions in New York and Beverly Hills to celebrate Yayoi Kusama‘s eightieth year. The artist, born in Japan in 1929, started painting with polka dots and nets as motifs around the age of ten. She moved to the United States in 1957, where she showed large scale paintings,[…..]

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Best of 2009 Venice Biennale: Union of Comoros Originally published on June 24, 2009 For their Biennale debut, the Union of Comoros is in participation with a project, Djahazi, by the Italian artist Paolo W. Tamburella. Comoros is a small series of islands located off the coast of Mozambique in East Africa, and Djahazi gets its name from the classic wooden boats the Comoros people used for[…..]

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Deb and Johnny Branning of Navarre, Florida emailed to say that Cy Twombly’s recent exhibition Eight Sculptures was their favorite feature of 2009 on DailyServing. Send an email and let us know your favorite feature of the year. info@dailyserving.com Best of 2009 Cy Twombly: Eight Sculptures Originally published on November 24, 2009 Artist Cy Twombly has created a new series of sculptures, under the humble[…..]

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Best of 2009 Carlos and Jason Sanchez Originally published on June 16, 2009 Currently in its last week on view at Catherine Clark Gallery is a solo show of work by Montreal-based photographers and brothers Carlos and Jason Sanchez. The exhibition marks the brothers’ second at the San Francisco gallery, and displays a survey of their work over the past seven years, since their collaboration[…..]

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Best of 2009 Dalek (aka James Marshall): Broken, Beaten and Buried Originally published on January 26, 2009 Earlier this year DailyServing.com partnered with Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston, SC to produce a new site-specific installation by the artist Dalek. Over a two week period a group of 12 artists, under the direction of Dalek, created the entire exhibition which called for every square inch[…..]

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Here at DailyServing.com we are excited to say goodbye to another year of original daily features, articles, interviews, reviews and videos, and say hello to a new year. In celebration of everything that has happened in 2009, we have decided to revisit some of our favorite artists that appeared on the site this year. Feel free to email us info@dailyserving.com to recommend your favorite features[…..]

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Best of 2009 Bas Louter: Dust/Asphalt Originally published on March 11, 2009 Bas Louter recently concluded the exhibition, Dust at Kopeikin gallery in Los Angeles and is currently exhibiting Dust/Asphalt at Ambace and Rice in Seattle. A fitting title for Louter’s ethereally haunting visages–referencing perhaps the black soot of charcoal used to create his works, or the ashes and dust of human remains. Louters works[…..]