3. Juli 2017

Zachary Cahill at REGINA REX and Alice Mackler at KERRY SCHUSS

Veröffentlicht am 27.06.2017
James Kalm finds himself engulfed in early summer doldrums. But despite this creeping feeling of ennui, your correspondent hops on the bike, and heads towards the Lower East Side in hopes of ogling “interesting” art.

For his New York debut, Chicagoan Zachary Cahil’s “USSA Love Chapel” is the latest iteration of this ongoing project. Combining a spectrum of media, concepts and methods, this artist presents pieces that make reference to a quasi-utopian world that mingles American (USA) and Soviet (USSR) notions of the avant-garde with a mixie-matchie grab bag of half realized art historic tropes.

Alice Mackler is an eight-five year old artist who is still finding fresh methods and material for her feminist inspired works. Including pieces in painting, drawing, and ceramic sculpture, this show has a light and whimsical feel, yet displays a great grasp of basic means, and the knowledge of how to use them with a profound elegance and simplicity. This program was recorded on June 25, 2017.
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