News Archive 2010

Misericordia at Prism, Los Angeles, is an exhibition that brings together Masters from the Renaissance and work by contemporary artists. Curated by Birte Kleemann, it juxtaposes 15th to 17th Century Old Masters with performance video from the 1970s and contemporary artworks

20 Hoxton Square Projects and Vito Schnabel present “Beyond Pastoral” a project by The Bruce High Quality Foundation.In September 2007 Beyond Pastoral was first presented as a site-specific installation across the street from a BP filling station in Manhattan.

Chris Succos works featured in a group show, Addition and Subtraction at 304 days in Vancouver, Canada. 304-days is an artist-run project space in Vancouver, Canada. It is a temporary space that will host exhibitions for three hundred and four days.

Jen DeNikes works exhibited in a group show titled 7 artists, 7 days, 7 hours in New York as part of a big screen project. Artists in the exhibition include: Jen DeNike, Bryan Balla, Kate Gilmore, Yui Kugimiya, Laurel Nakadate, Adrian Paci & Alix Pearlstein.

DUVE Berlin presenting two of our New York artists Sarah Oppenheimer (sculptures) and Jen DeNike (video and photo collages) in an joint installation.

Duve Berlin presents works by Dave McDermott, Evan Gruzis and The Bruce High Quality Foundation at Artissima 17, Turin, Italy.
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The Bruce High Quality Foundation number 99 in the POWER 100 list for 2010. 'Despite what you might read in the more popular press, the ArtReview Power 100 is not simply about who’s number one, or just a who’s who to contemporary art.

Five times a year, Rice Gallery invites an artist to create a single installation that transforms its Houston space. From its latest pick, however, it got a little more than it bargained for.

A solo show of artist Chris Succo titled, Somebody Done Hoodoo To The Hoodooman presenting photographs and photo collage.