JAMES FUENTES


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Information

Exhibition



The Weight of Everything

September 20–October 22, 2017

Opening reception:

Wednesday, September 20, 6-8pm

PRESS RELEASE (PDF)↓


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<i>These Sharing Eyes</i>, 2017
Stainless Steel
96 × 31 × 22 inches (243.84 × 78.74 × 55.88 cm)

These Sharing Eyes, 2017 Stainless Steel 96 × 31 × 22 inches (243.84 × 78.74 × 55.88 cm)

<i>The Lookers</i>, 2017
Steel and paint
93 × 54 × 43 inches (236.22 × 137.16 × 109.22 cm)

The Lookers, 2017 Steel and paint 93 × 54 × 43 inches (236.22 × 137.16 × 109.22 cm)

<i>From the Roots I Am</i>, 2017
Steel and paint
95 × 41 × 36 inches (241.30 × 104.14 × 91.44 cm)

From the Roots I Am, 2017 Steel and paint 95 × 41 × 36 inches (241.30 × 104.14 × 91.44 cm)

<i>There Was Always Water</i>, 2017
Steel and paint
96 × 42 × 36 ½ inches (243.84 × 106.68 × 92.71 cm)

There Was Always Water, 2017 Steel and paint 96 × 42 × 36 ½ inches (243.84 × 106.68 × 92.71 cm)

<i>The Branch that I Grew Up With</i>, 2014
Oak limb, steel, cloth, artificial leaves, iron, string, human hair, corn silk, heater core, TV transformers, buttons, digital hookup material, barbed wire, treaded paper, technical wire, cotton plant root, pig iron, aluminum shaving, and coconut shaving
47 × 35 × 12 inches (119.38 × 88.90 × 30.48 cm)

The Branch that I Grew Up With, 2014 Oak limb, steel, cloth, artificial leaves, iron, string, human hair, corn silk, heater core, TV transformers, buttons, digital hookup material, barbed wire, treaded paper, technical wire, cotton plant root, pig iron, aluminum shaving, and coconut shaving 47 × 35 × 12 inches (119.38 × 88.90 × 30.48 cm)

<i>Pretty Woman's Child</i>, 2014
Root, wire, artificial flower, fabric, net, rope
10 × 8 × 5 ½ inches (25.40 × 20.32 × 13.97 cm)

Pretty Woman's Child, 2014 Root, wire, artificial flower, fabric, net, rope 10 × 8 × 5 ½ inches (25.40 × 20.32 × 13.97 cm)

<i>The Island Woman</i>, 2013
Oak root, copper wire, computer wires, electrical wires, fabric, barbed wire, potato bag, grapefruit bag and screen
26 × 14 ½ × 12 inches (66.04 × 36.83 × 30.48 cm)

The Island Woman, 2013 Oak root, copper wire, computer wires, electrical wires, fabric, barbed wire, potato bag, grapefruit bag and screen 26 × 14 ½ × 12 inches (66.04 × 36.83 × 30.48 cm)

<i>The Retriever's Ship</i>, 2017
Dresser handle, bamboo, copper wire, aluminum wire, silk fabric, cotton fabric, glass, light bulb parts, 1 bird feather, screen, granite, earring, jewelry beads, weeds, debris and driftwood
22 ½ × 31 ¼ × 5 ½ inches (57.15 × 79.38 × 13.97 cm)

The Retriever's Ship, 2017 Dresser handle, bamboo, copper wire, aluminum wire, silk fabric, cotton fabric, glass, light bulb parts, 1 bird feather, screen, granite, earring, jewelry beads, weeds, debris and driftwood 22 ½ × 31 ¼ × 5 ½ inches (57.15 × 79.38 × 13.97 cm)

<i>Mother Father Support</i>, 2017
Stainless steel wire
45 × 15 × 6 inches (114.30 × 38.10 × 15.24 cm)

Mother Father Support, 2017 Stainless steel wire 45 × 15 × 6 inches (114.30 × 38.10 × 15.24 cm)

<i>The Natives</i>, 2014
Wire, bamboo, wood, and fence material
31 × 17 × 16 inches (78.74 × 43.18 × 40.64 cm)

The Natives, 2014 Wire, bamboo, wood, and fence material 31 × 17 × 16 inches (78.74 × 43.18 × 40.64 cm)

<i>Technical Wires in My Roots</i>, 2017
Aluminum electrical wires, oak tree roots, and technical coated cable
20 × 25 × 12 inches (50.80 × 63.50 × 30.48 cm)

Technical Wires in My Roots, 2017 Aluminum electrical wires, oak tree roots, and technical coated cable 20 × 25 × 12 inches (50.80 × 63.50 × 30.48 cm)

<i>From the Edge</i>, 2014
Metal roofing material
37 × 14 × 14 ½ inches (93.98 × 35.56 × 36.83 cm)

From the Edge, 2014 Metal roofing material 37 × 14 × 14 ½ inches (93.98 × 35.56 × 36.83 cm)

<i>Ship of Queens</i>, 2013
Welded wire and steel wire
13 ¼ × 17 ¼ × 13 ½ inches (33.66 × 43.82 × 34.29 cm)

Ship of Queens, 2013 Welded wire and steel wire 13 ¼ × 17 ¼ × 13 ½ inches (33.66 × 43.82 × 34.29 cm)

<i>Camera On My Root</i>, 2017
Hog fence, chains, digital camera and an oak root
24 × 10 × 8 inches (60.96 × 25.40 × 20.32 cm)

Camera On My Root, 2017 Hog fence, chains, digital camera and an oak root 24 × 10 × 8 inches (60.96 × 25.40 × 20.32 cm)

<i>Like an Old Net</i>, 2013-2017
Clothes hanger, old basket weaving, copper, brass, technical wires, and canvas
47 ½ × 18 ½ × 11 inches (120.65 × 46.99 × 27.94 cm)

Like an Old Net, 2013-2017 Clothes hanger, old basket weaving, copper, brass, technical wires, and canvas 47 ½ × 18 ½ × 11 inches (120.65 × 46.99 × 27.94 cm)

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News



Jessica Dickinson on Artsy (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley listed on Artnews 34 Artworks NADA Miami 2017

MoMA's Thinking Machines, featuring Alison Knowles, reviewed by Forbes (PDF↓)

Jonas Mekas at MMCA Seoul, Korea (PDF↓)

Daniel Gordon at The Boca Raton Museum of Art

Alison Knowles featured in Thinking Machines at MoMA

Lonnie Holley at MASS MoCA

Lonnie Holley: The Weight of Everything on Contemporary Art Daily

Devon Dikeou in Artforum (PDF↓)

Jessica Dickinson in Vulture (PDF↓)

Jonas Mekas talks to the Tate

Jessica Dickinson in The New Yorker (PDF↓)

Lizzi Bougatsos at Bergen Kunsthall (PDF↓)

Lizzi Bougatsos in Artnet News (PDF↓)

Lizzi Bougatsos in Inter/VIEW Magazine (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley in SF Weekly (PDF↓)

Dana Powell at Allen & Eldridge in Artforum (PDF↓)

Jessica Dickinson in ArtNews (PDF↓)

Devon Dikeou in A Shaded View On Fashion (PDF↓)

Devon Dikeou in Blouin Art Info (PDF↓)

Jonas Mekas in Süddeutsche Zeitung

Jonas Mekas in The Telegraph (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley on Contemporary Art Daily (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley in The New Yorker (PDF↓)

Paul Gagner in Hyperallergic

Daniel Gordon in The New York Times, February 2017 (PDF↓)

James Fuentes in The New York Times

Velvet Rage Flaming Youth and The Gift of Desperation in Hyperallergic

McDermott & McGough in The New York Times

Alison Knowles at The James Gallery in The New Yorker

Amalia Ulman in ArtNews

McDermott & McGough on Filthy Dreams

McDermott & McGough In Time Out New York (PDF↓)

Bad Faith in Frieze Magazine (PDF↓)

McDermott & McGough in ArtForum

Amalia Ulman in keen magazine

McDermott & McGough in Time Out New York

Bad Faith in The New Yorker (PDF↓)

BB9 in ArtForum featuring Amalia Ulman

Bad Faith in The New York Times (PDF↓)

Bad Faith in The Art Newspaper

Jonas Mekas & Douglas Gordon in The New York Times

Bad Faith in The Village Voice

Benjamin Senior in AnOther Magazine

McDermott & McGough at James Fuentes in Spike (PDF↓)

Jonas Mekas in ARTnews

Jonas Mekas in The Art Newspaper

Benjamin Senior in The Nation

Julieta Aranda in The New Yorker

Benjamin Senior in Blouin Artinfo

Benjamin Senior in Bloomberg News

Benjamin Senior in Frieze

Noam Rappaport in ArtForum (PDF↓)

Noam Rappaport at Ratio 3 is an ArtForum Critic's Pick (PDF↓)

James Fuentes on Artsy

James Fuentes in Bloomberg

Landon Metz in Wallpaper* (PDF↓)

Noam Rappaport in SFAQ

Benjamin Senior in ArtForum

Lizzi Bougatsos in Hyperallergic

Lizzi Bougatsos in Art Observed

Lonnie Holley in The New York Times (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley on Artnet (PDF↓)

James Fuentes on ARTnews

Lonnie Holley and Joe Minter at the Outsider Art Fair

Amalia Ulman in the London Telegraph

Lizzi Bougatsos in Ravelin Magazine

Tamuna Sirbiladze in Art in America, 2016 (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman, Stock Images of War in Los Angeles

James Fuentes in Bloomberg

Jessica Dickinson at Asad Raza's Home Show (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman at The Tate

Amalia Ulman at Whitechapel Gallery

John McAllister in art ltd.

Jonas Mekas in The New York Times, November 2015

James Fuentes in Interior Design (PDF↓)

Benjamin Senior in Art Review (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman in Interview Magazine

Amalia Ulman in The Guardian

John McAllister at Richard Telles is an Artforum Critic's Pick

Landon Metz in The Brooklyn Rail

​Lonnie Holley at The Halsey Institute ​ (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

Lonnie Holley in ​the ​Financial Times (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman in Artnet

These Are Not My Horses is an Artforum Critic's Pick

Jessica Dickinson interviewed for The Brooklyn Rail (PDF↓)

​Amalia Ulman in Dazed

Lonnie Holley at Frieze New York (PDF↓)

Lonnie Holley in Artnet (PDF↓)

Amalia Ulman in Texte Zur Kunst

Amalia Ulman in The New York Times Magazine (PDF↓)

Jessica Dickinson in Art in America (PDF↓)

Alison Knowles in Artforum (PDF↓)

Jessica Dickinson in Art Practical (PDF↓)