Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography
17 September – 10 December 2014
Foam presents 'Under Construction - New Positions in American Photography', a group exhibition featuring the work of nine young American and Canadian artists: Sara VanDerBeek, Lucas Blalock, Joshua Citarella, Jessica Eaton, Daniel Gordon, Owen Kydd, Matt Lipps, Matthew Porter and Kate Steciw. Even though the results of the artists' individual artistic practices are very diverse, the mentality, methodology and presentation of their work show a number of remarkable similarities.
12 September – 2 November 2014
Foam welcomes the exhibition Shadows, Patterns, Pears by the American artist Daniel Gordon (b. 1980 Boston, USA). Gordon was chosen as the winner of the Foam Paul Huf Award 2014. This prize is organised by Foam and awarded annually to a young, promising international photographer under 35. The exhibition features a selection of colorful portraits and still lifes, created and photographed between 2010 and 2014.
The jury voted unanimously for Daniel Gordon whose work draws from the classical genres of still life and portraiture explored in the main movements of modern art. The jury quoted: "Coming from a generation that is comfortable using pictures from the internet, Gordon finds a unique way of reconstructing found imagery into 3-dimensional collages, which he then photographs. We are delighted to recognize this highly original and colorful work. He thoroughly deserves his place in the company of former Foam Paul Huf Award winners, which is fast becoming a who's who of contemporary photographic practice."
Re-use is fundamental in the artistic process of Daniel Gordon. He finds the photographic images from the Internet, print these images, and assembles them into three-dimensional tableaus with scissors and glue. He photographs these arrangements with an 8x10-inch view camera. After the photograph is taken, the sculptures are dismantled and the different pieces (such as background patterns and body parts) are set aside for use in future works. With this in manual cut-and-paste technique, Gordon creates forms that expand upon the rich history of photography, collage and appropriation while also nodding to the tradition of the painted portrait and still life (such as: Arcrimboldo's heads and Matisse's still life arrangements). The melding together of fragmented parts and diverse histories forms a dislocated reality, a contemporary portrait, where different perspectives, profiles and people merge into one, incongruous whole.
August 4, 2014 - May 31, 2015
For its sixth exhibition, Pier 24 Photography presents Secondhand, featuring artists who build repositories of found images, from which they appropriate, construct, edit, and sequence in order to create something entirely new. Through this process, their distinctly personal approaches become as wide-ranging as their source material.
The works presented in Secondhand resonate with our visual culture's obsession with communicating through selecting and editing existing material, allowing the distinction between curator and creator to become less defined. With more than one hundred and fifty years of printed photographs at their disposal, along with the millions of digital pictures uploaded daily, the artists included in Secondhand critically examine the role of images in our society. While mining these found images to reveal their own perspectives, the defining features of their artistic voices become process, craft, and display.
Maurizio Anzeri, John Baldessari, Viktoria Binschtok, Melissa Catanese, Daniel Gordon, Erik Kessels, Mike Mandel, Matt Lipps, Richard Prince, Rashid Rana, Joachim Schmid, Larry Sultan, Hank Willis Thomas, and selections from the Archive of Modern Conflict.
The Crystal Palace
June 28 - August 16, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 28, 6-8 pm
Balthus, Joseph Cornell, Daniel Gordon, Van Hanos, Robert Indiana, Jamian Juliano-Villani, Ray Johnson, Anya Kielar, Claes Oldenburg, Dushko Petrovich and Roger White, James Rosenquist, Pierre Roy, Peter Saul, Johannes VanDerBeek, and Stan VanDerBeek
Ditty Ketting / Daniel Gordon
Opening May 18, 2014
APRIL 5 - APRIL 26, 2014,
OPENING APRIL 5, 6-9PM
GENE BEERY, BRIAN BELOTT, ROBERT BELOTT, ANNA-SOPHIE BERGER, JONATHAN BOROFSKY, MIRA DANCY, CHERYL DONEGAN, LUKAS GERONIMAS, LAEH GLENN, DANIEL GORDON, PETER HARKAWIK, MACGREGOR HARP, CHRIS JOHANSON, GREGORY KALLICHE, LEIGH RUPLE, AND ROSE WYLIE.
CURATED BY JOSHUA ABELOW & EMILY LUDWIG SHAFFER.
Shadows and Pears
December 12, 2013 – February 7, 2014
Thursday, December 12, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
The Hort is pleased to present an exhibition of recent photographs by Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Gordon. Using an analog process to give form to the digital world, Gordon photographs elaborate and colorful three-dimensional tableaux that he constructs using images collected from the Internet. This exhibition will primarily focus on Gordon’s still lifes, just one of the classical genres that he reimagines, mixing modernist techniques with the pixelated images that populate our digital age.
Horton Gallery is pleased to present the group exhibition Merge Visible featuring Trudy Benson, Laura Miller, Daniel Gordon, John Houck, Terry Haggerty, Susie Rosmarin, Michael Staniak, Keegan McHargue, and Ryan Johnson.
"Merge Visible" references the Photoshop command that collapses active layers into one. Along with its correlates—Merge Down and Flatten—the command Merge Visible is an image editor’s ninja move: a swift gesture that, while yielding no apparent changes, discards what’s hidden from view, paring down multiple levels of content into a single flat image.
In their paintings, photographs, and sculptures, the nine artists exhibited in Merge Visible all collapse and flatten pictorial space—a move that references modern and contemporary art’s progressive upending of older representational traditions, but, even more resonantly, responds to the increasing day-to-day prevalence of monitors, flat-screens, and other two-dimensional, digital modes of perception.
The exhibition is on view between the dates of December 12, 2013 - January 26, 2014 with an opening reception on Thursday, December 12 between 7-9 pm.
A limited edition catalogue with an essay by Dawn Chan will be available.
Joshua Abelow, Dylan Bailey, Andrew Brischler, Ethan Cook, Nick Darmstaedter, Sayre Gomez, Daniel Gordon, Jack Greer, Benjamin Horns, Ross Iannatti, Alex Ito, Brendan Lynch, Landon Metz, Scott Olson, Alex Perweiler, Joe Reihsen, Christian Rosa, Travess Smalley, Joshua Smith, Brad Troemel, Ben Wolf Noam
Gallery 1, Gallery 2
November 21, 2013 - January 11, 2014
Opening: November 21, 2013 | 7 pm - 9 pm
SEPTEMBER 9 – DECEMBER 7, 2013
SANDRA AND DAVID BAKALAR GALLERY
MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN
RECEPTION: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 6:00-8:00PM
Organized by Isaac Lyles
Richard Aldrich, Ronald Amstutz, Kamrooz Aram, Justin Beal, Frank Benson, Lucas Blalock, Sebastian Blanck, Jedediah Caesar, Nathan Carter, Sarah Charlesworth, Talia Chetrit, Anne Collier, Gianna Commito, Ian Cooper, Kate Costello, Nancy de Holl, John Divola, Harry Dodge, Ara Dymond, Shannon Ebner, Paul Elliman, Rachel Foullon, Martha Friedman, Gaylen Gerber, Daniel Gordon, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Isca Greenfield-Sanders, Drew Heitzler, Matthew Higgs, Nathan Hylden, Robin Kahn, Wyatt Kahn, Sanya Kantarovsky, Matt Keegan, Ryan Kitson, Jiri Kovanda, Andrew Kuo, Shio Kusaka, Elad Lassry, Alon Levin, Joe Maida, Dianna Molzan, Dan Miller, Olivier Mosset, Jason Nocito, Alex Olson, Scott Olson, Arthur Ou, Adam Pendleton, Gaetano Pesce, Brad Phillips, Courtney Puckett, Adam Putnam, Michael Queenland, Laura Riboli, Noam Rappaport, Amanda Ross-Ho, Judith Scott, Brian Sharp, Simone Shubuck, Dexter Sinister, Ruby Sky Stiler, Ryan Sullivan, Ricky Swallow, Patricia Treib, Lesley Vance, Johannes VanDerBeek, Sara VanDerBeek, Helen Verhoeven, Erika Vogt, Andy Warhol, James Welling, Garth Weiser, Lisa Williamson, Donelle Woolford, B. Wurtz
We live in a time of survey exhaustion. There's no ethnic group that hasn't been neatly encapsulated, no far-flung city that hasn't been given a biennial to host. For a while, it was just Dakar, São Paulo, Istanbul, and Osaka, but now even the tertiary and quaternary hubs, Ouagadougu, Antananarivo, Ulaanbaator, and Manaus, are booked solid. The same goes for earth's cohorts. Every time you turn around, somebody is giving us a glimpse of what's going on among the Aleutians, the Maori, the Ainu, the Uzbeck diaspora. There's nobody left to survey, and nowhere left to do it.
So we figured our only option was to do a show of Jews, and do it in New York.
UNTITLED and Zach Feuer invite you to join them as part of their summer long foray into the contemporary work of America's Jews in their natural habitats - the Lower East Side and Chelsea - and help make all of our mothers kvell.
THE GREEN LINE
18 MAY - 29 JUN 2013
ARTIST'S OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, MAY 18, 6-8PM
Director Charlotte Cotton, UK
AMY BESSONE, DANIEL GORDON, SEBASTIAN HAMMWÖHNER, NATHAN MABRY, A. R. PENCK – CURATED BY MAX HENRY
Eye of Horus
05.08.2012 - 16.09.2012
Out of Focus
May 25 - July 22, 2012
Michele Abeles, L. Raphael Agbodjélou, Olaf Breuning, Jonny Briggs, Broomberg & Chanarin, Elina Brotherus, Anders Clausen, Mat Collishaw, JH Engström, Mitch Epstein, Andreas Gefeller, Luis Gispert, Daniel Gordon, Noémie Goudal, Katy Grannan, Matthew Day Jackson, Chris Levine, Matt Lipps, Ryan McGinley, Mohau Modisakeng, Laurel Nakadate, Sohei Nishino, David Noonan, Marlo Pascual, Mariah Robertson, Hannah Sawtell, David Benjamin Sherry, Meredyth Sparks, Hannah Starkey, A.L. Steiner, John Stezaker, Mikhael Subotzky, Yumiko Utsu, Sara VanDerBeek, Nicole Wermers, Jennifer West, Pinar Yolaçan
What Do You Believe In
Curated by Amy Smith-Stewart
This select group exhibition of sixteen artists— Jen DeNike, Hank Willis Thomas, Leah Beeferman, Stuart Hawkins, Yamini Nayar, Fay Ray, Luke Stettner, Anissa Mack, Kenya Robinson, Xaviera Simmons, Nicole Cherubini, Nyeema Morgan, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Matthew Spiegelman, Daniel Gordon, Ignacio Lang—explores how photography shapes our ideas—who we are, why we do the things we do, how our thinking happens, and where it evolves. Works in the exhibition will range from collage, installation, video, sculpture, and photography and span the mystical, ideological and political. Many of the works explore self-perception from an existential or spiritual perspective to popular culture's impact on personal development. But what all of the artists attempt to show us is where we are and where we might be heading.
March 22–May 20, 2012
The Evelyn Simon Gilman Gallery Reception: March 22, 4:30–6:30 pm
Pauline Bastard, Natalie Bookchin, Daniel Gordon, Phillip Maisel, Jon Rafman and Penelope Umbrico.
William Benton Museum of Art
245 Glenbrook Road
Storrs, CT 06269
University of Connecticut
The Big Toe
February 17 – March 24, 2012
Gaylen Gerber with Adrian Schiess
Opening reception Friday February 17th 6-8pm
619 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001
tel. +212 594 9478
February 4 - May 6 2012
NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft
Ehrenhof 2, 40479 Düsseldorf
Tel.: +49 (0)211 – 89 266 90
Fax: +49 (0)211 – 89 266 82
Peter Ainsworth. Olaf Otto Becker. Laura Bielau. Miriam Böhm. Elina Brotherus. Bianca Brunner. Stefan Burger. Asger Carlsen. Katalin Deér. Martin Denker. Jan Paul Evers. Daniel Gordon. Alexandra Grein. WassinkLundgren. Harry Gruyaert. Oliver Helbig. Ulrich Hensel. Stefan Hostettler. Pepa Hristova. Sanna Kannisto. Annette Kelm. Jeremy Kost. Mischa Kuball. Edgar Leciejewski.Tim Lee. Maziar Moradi. Armin Morbach. Andreas Mühe. Taiyo Onorato / Nico Krebs. Alex Prager. Rico Scagliola / Michael Meier. Anja Schori. Jeremy Shaw. Arne Schmitt. Jacob Aue Sobol. Kathrin Sonntag. Heidi Specker. Mikhael Subotzky / Patrick Waterhouse. Pinar Yolaçan. Anna Vogel. Moritz Wegwerth.
January 8 – February 19, 2012
Opening reception: Sunday, January 8, 6 to 8pm
Maiken Bent (DK)
DIS Magazine w/ Adam Harvey (US)
Aleksandra Domanović (SI)
Debo Eilers (US)
Daniel Gordon (US)
Jan S. Hansen (DK)
Michel Journiac (FR)
A Kassen (DK)
Odires Mlászho (BR)
Rosalind Nashashibi (UK)
Maria Petschnig (AU)
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DK)
619 West 27th Street
New York, NY 10001
tel. +212 594 9478
October 28-December 17, 2011
Onestar Press, Paris
Tuesday 18 October 2011
18h - 21h
49, rue Albert
75013 Paris France
Métro: Bibliothèque or Olympiades
On View: October 6 — November 13, 2011
Reception: October 6, 2011 6-8pm
Go Figure, a group exhibition of 14 artists curated by Eddie Martinez.
THE NEW PHOTOGRAPH
Featuring the work of: Christoph Engel, Daniel Gordon, Brandon Juhasz, Jonathan Lewis, Penelope Umbrico, and Jason Salavon
September 8 - October 22, 2011
Opening Reception: September 24, 5:30 - 8:30pm
Daniel Gordon and Talia Chetrit
8 January – 19 February 2011
Reception: Saturday, 8 January, 5-8 pm
Exhibition: Wall Space
December 3, 2010 – February 26, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 9, 2010, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Anita Allyn, Christian Boltanski, Common Knowledge, Micah Danges, Luis Gispert, Daniel Gordon and Julie Weitz. The exhibition will remain on view until Saturday, February 26, 2011.
Swagger, Drag, Fit Together
Martin Soto Climent
Exhibition dates: September 9 – October 16, 2010
Daniel Gordon, Thirty-One Days
Special project: Ruby Sky Stiler
July 17 - August 28, 2010
Greater New York, the third iteration of the quinquennial exhibition organized by MoMA PS1 and The Museum of Modern Art, showcasing some 68 artists and collectives living and working in the metropolitan New York area, will open at MoMA PS1 on May 23 and run through October 18, 2010. The 2010 exhibition will not only present recent work made within the past five years, but also will foster a productive workshop where artists will be invited to experiment with new ideas within MoMA PS1's building for the duration of the exhibition. Greater New York is organized by Klaus Biesenbach, Director of MoMA PS1 and Chief Curator at Large at The Museum of Modern Art; Connie Butler, The Robert Lehman Foundation Chief Curator of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; and Neville Wakefield, MoMA PS1 Senior Curatorial Advisor.
April 16 - May 15, 2010
Walead Beshty, Sebastiaan Bremer, Daniel Gordon, Tamar Halpern, Barbara Kasten, Sara VanDerBeek, James Welling
The Armory Show March 4-7, 2010, Solo Booth,
Claudia Groeflin Gallery
Everything that is visible hides something that is invisible.
Leo Koenig Inc. Projekte is pleased to present "Flying Pictures," an exhibition of photographs by the artist Daniel Gordon. This coincides with the release of a book of the same name, published by powerHouse Books. In addition, Daniel Gordon’s more recent work is currently on view at the MoMA as part of the exhibit "New Photography 2009."
On the snowy fields of New York's Hudson Valley and on the rocky coasts of the Bay Area in Northern California, artist Daniel Gordon taught himself to fly—if only for 1/125th of a second at a time. The images are both landscapes and documents of a radical performance, for each photograph records the artist’s body hovering in midair. Romantic and piercing, the images convey a fleeting moment of grace, never betraying the Sisyphean task of human flight Gordon had set out for himself.
New Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
(September 30, 2009 - January 11, 2010)
New Photography 2009 is a thematic presentation of significant recent work in photography that examines and expands the conventional definitions of the medium. Although the six artists in this installation—Walead Beshty, Daniel Gordon, Leslie Hewitt, Carter Mull, Sterling Ruby, and Sara VanDerBeek—represent diverse points of view, working methods, and pictorial modes ranging from abstract to representational, their images all begin in the studio or the darkroom and result from processes involving collection, assembly, and manipulation. Many of the works are made with everyday materials and objects, as well as images from the Internet, magazines, newspapers, and books. Some of the artists also work in other mediums and their pictures relate to disciplines such as drawing, sculpture, and installation. As traditional photographic techniques are being quickly replaced by digital technologies, the artists included here examine the process and structure of making photographs.