September 21-24 : K.r.m Mooney at NOT FAIR, Warsaw. Read the Reserve Ames Poland blog

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Small and Unfinished Works

September 3 - October 13, 2017

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Previous exhibitions
2013 – present
Brian Dario and Christian Tedeschi
Jenny Monick
Jacob Kassay
D'Ette Nogle
K.r.m Mooney
Gedi Sibony
David Muenzer
Jay Heikes | Dieter Roth
Amy Granat
Jenny Monick
Michael E. Smith
Devendra Banhart
Hamptons
Neal Bashor
Kelly Marie Conder
Dominic Mangila
Daniel Payavis
Clare Grill
Roth Heikes book
Jay Heikes and Dieter Roth exhibition book ( PDF )

This first publication by Reserve Ames is both the documentation and continuation of Jay Heikes' and Dieter Roth's exhibition at the gallery curated by Laura Fried fall of 2015. Each book has been uniquely embellished by the curator.

Jay Heikes Dieter Roth Laura Fried
Reserve Ames, Los Angeles, 2016
97 pages, softcover
10 x 7 1/2 inches (25.4 x 19.05cm)
Edition of 250






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Janna Avner on
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Maxwell Williams for
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Catherine Wagley on
Michael E. Smith

LA Weekly


Suzanne Hudson on
Clare Grill

Artforum

K.r.m. Mooney
September 21-24 : Reserve Ames : NOT FAIR, Warsaw

K.r.m. Mooney

Sep 21 – Sep 25, 2017

Reserve Ames is pleased to present an installation of works by K.r.m. Mooney at NOT FAIR taking place in the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Poland September 21 – 24th 2017. Mooney’s works have been installed in the balcony and surrounding areas in the north end of the historic building. Constructed in 1955 and originally known as the Joseph Stalin Palace of Culture and Science, the building, designed by soviet architect Lev Rudnev, was intended as a gift from the Soviet Union to the people of Poland. The building is informally known as the “Eighth Sister” in relation to the “Seven Sisters” a group of buildings located in Moscow, designed in the Stalinist style.

accord, a chord, 2016
(Two-part sculpture)

Left
Wood composite, vinyl, boiled steel cable, folded aluminum, spray millet, steel fabric, silver plated whistle

21 x 18 x 3 inches (53.34 x 45.72 x 7.62 cm)

Right
China Poplar composite, boiled steel cable, cast silver chanterelle, spray millet, folded aluminum, silver solder, milled steel rod

18 x 14 x 3 inches (45.72 x 35.56 x 7.62 cm)


Salt Bath, Sulfur Crown II, 2016

Silver plated steel can, organic compound casts of lavender, citrus skin and foxtails

3 1/2 x 5 1/2 (8.9 x 14 cm)

Oscine, 2016

Glass, steel, spray millet, cuttlebone, fluorocarbon leader, steel wire

5 x 11 x 5 1/2 inches (12.7 x 27.94 x 13.97 cm)

Reserve Ames will be regularly updating this blog during the fair.

NOT FAIR official website