For Document V, Ryan Thayer: Dayparting consists of a photograph, sound and online playlist of music selected by Temporary Art Review contributors.
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Faceless, the first exhibition for pop-up gallery Cousins, recently opened in an industrial garage in Brooklyn, NY.
“Your Silence Speaks Volumes,” a collaborative exhibition by Gaucha Berlin and Langley, unites the artists’ distinctive aesthetics in the “illusion of an isolated space.”
I recommend going alone to the new Craft Alliance on Grand, where recent MFA graduate Kristin Fleischmann’s work reflects upon what it means to feel united with something…and to feel apart.