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Monday, September 19th, 2016

The Review Panel, Brooklyn Public Library, Today


A.L. Steiner reading from Derrick Jensen in her exhibition at Koenig & Clinton

A.L. Steiner reading from Derrick Jensen in her exhibition at Koenig & Clinton

Conveniently, three of this evening’s four shows are within a block of each other in Chelsea: Rashid Johnson at Hauser & Wirth; Eve Aschheim at Lori Bookstein; and A.L. Steiner, pictured, at Koenig & Clinton – worth checking in again, even if you have seen the show already, as each day Steiner will be reading different text, plus each day a new photograph is added to the installation. Be warned: to end global warming and free the masses from exploitation, and no doubt to rest her vocal chords, the artist has her gallery close its doors during her exhibition at 4pm. I suggest those of a bourgeois disposition go to the High Line Hotel for leisurely tea between gallery hopping and hopping on the subway to Grand Army Plaza. 

For full details of the shows under discussion and event location, see REVIEW PANEL NEWS

to reserve a seat for this evening at Brooklyn Public Library: artcritical.com/reserve


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