Pratt Manhattan Gallery
144 West 14th Street, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10011
11 AM–6 PM
Thursdays until 8 PM
Closed on federal holidays and between exhibitions
Admission is free
Pratt Manhattan Gallery is a public art gallery affiliated with Pratt Institute. The gallery aims to present significant, innovative, and intellectually challenging work in the fields of art, architecture, fashion, and design from an international perspective as well as to provide a range of educational initiatives to help viewers relate contemporary art to their lives in a meaningful way.
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0 to 60: The Experience of Time through Contemporary Art
November 22, 2013–January 25, 2014
Opening reception: Thursday, November 21, 6–8 PM
Please note that the gallery will be closed on Thanksgiving Day (Nov 28), Nov 29, Nov 30, and Dec 24–Jan 1.
Left: Richard Hughes, Untitled (Triptick), 2009, cast polyurethane, 12⁄1 2 × 14 × 2⁄1 2 inches, courtesy of the artist, Anton Kern Gallery, NY, and Hall Collection. © 2009 Richard Hughes, Anton Kern Gallery, N.Y., and Hall Collection; Photo: Thomas Müller. Right: Dan Estabrook, The Kiss, 2011, unique gum bichromate print with watercolor, 18 x 15 inches, collection of Allen G. Thomas, Jr., Wilson, N.C. © Dan Estabrook. Reproduction courtesy of Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York.
Highlighting contemporary work that engages with themes such as real time, virtual time, historical time, recorded time, manipulated time, and the passage of time, the artists included in 0 to 60 blur the boundaries between art, craft, and design. Drawing upon elements of engineering, robotics, and computer software, these artists utilize non-traditional media to encourage us to think about our experience of time in new and varied ways.
Caetano de Almeida
Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao
Co-organized by the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC and Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC. Generous support provided by the Windgate Charitable Foundation and the Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Additional support provided by the Fenwick Foundation, presenting sponsor.
Download a PDF of the exhibition brochure here.
Panel Discussion: The Experience of Time Through Contemporary Art
Thursday, January 23, 6 PM, room 213 (adjacent to the gallery)
Moderated by 0 to 60 curator Linda Dougherty, Chief Curator & Curator of Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art; and Lydia Matthews, Professor of Visual Culture, Art, Media and Technology, Parsons The New School for Design; with artists Dan Bailey, Alison Collins, and Dan Estabrook.