19 January 2009

bespoke

In the post on Saturday about galleryhopping, I forgot to mention the installation "Non-Euclidian Zones" by Cameron Fuller at Bespoke Gallery. The installation created a new sense of space in the small space on the 6th floor of 547 West 27th Street. Black lines of tape reshaped the main gallery space and a small door with a Sol Lewitt welcome mat led to the smaller space at the back of the gallery. Bespoke makes fine use of its little garret, yet more proof that accomplishments are not necessarily directly related to space resources. A good gallery program can come from a modest space.

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