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M23  Mikkel Carl “Terrified of Society and Its Unclean Bite” 11 May - 17 June 2018

Eva Hesse “Sans III”, 1968 (exhibition copy; latex, metal) #EvaHesse

Mikkel Carl’s exhibition in two parts is now on view through 17 June 2018 at M23, Brooklyn. The reflective wall works at 120 Waterbury Street are activated by visitors, the existing architecture, and ongoing relationships created by the continual fluctuation of daylight.
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The exhibit continues at M23/Project Room with the monolithic work specific to M23’s Morgan Avenue space consisting of a 12 foot, concrete wall built inside the gallery space, effectively bifurcating it in two. By rendering one side inaccessible to the viewer, Carl produces a spatial self-awareness in the spirit of classical minimalist sculpture. The piece can also be understood to reference the Berlin Wall, as well as Richard Serra’s controversial 1981 public sculpture Tilted Arc, both by-gone monumental architectures. Shared amongst these projects is a very direct attempt of controlling and commenting on space and its politics through analog and architectural means loaded with heavy-handed symbolism—as recently encapsulated by the border wall proposed to separate Mexico from the United States.
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Huma Bhabha “Snakes”, 2013 (rubber tires, metal) @clearing_new_york_brussels #HumaBhabha

Cinthia Marcelle “8/16 - da série Do parte pelo todo”, 2018 @galeriavermelho 03 May 2018 @friezeartfair #CinthiaMarcelle

Adriano Amaral “Untitled”, 2017 (acrylic tubes, concrete, silicone, prosthetic rubber, sea salt, iron sulphide) @nunocenteno @friezeartfair 06 May 2018 #AdrianoAmaral

Pierre Huyghe "L’Expédition scintillante, Acte 2 (Light Box)”, 2002 (smoke, light system, sound) @mariangoodmangallery @friezeartfair #PierreHuyghe 03 May 2018

Vladislav Markov “bN (a work for two)”, 2018, (detail; metal pipes, plastic tubes, motor oil, water) Cornell University 2018 M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition “Big Snack” - Opening Reception this Friday, 18 May 2018, 6-9 pm @ssiiggnnaall @cornellaap #VladislavMarkov @cornellmfa_exhibition_2018

M23’s ancillary space at 120 Waterbury Street, Brooklyn is now open with a two part exhibition of new work by Danish artist Mikkel Carl. The exhibition continues at M23/Project Room, 209 Morgan Avenue.
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/// The monolithic work specific to M23’s Morgan Avenue project room consists of a 12 foot, concrete wall built inside the gallery space, effectively bifurcating it in two. By rendering one side inaccessible to the viewer, Carl produces a spatial self-awareness in the spirit of classical minimalist sculpture. The piece can also be understood to reference the Berlin Wall, as well as Richard Serra’s controversial 1981 public sculpture “Tilted Arc”, both by-gone monumental architectures. Shared amongst these projects is a very direct attempt of controlling and commenting on space and its politics through analog and architectural means loaded with heavy-handed symbolism—as recently encapsulated by the border wall proposed to separate Mexico from the United States. \\\ excerpt of text by Jeppe Ugelvig
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TONIGHT in Brooklyn - Danish artist Mikkel Carl’s ambitious project opens at M23/Project Room - 209 Morgan Avenue. The exhibition continues at our NEW ancillary space at 120 Waterbury Street. Please join us for the opening reception at BOTH locations 7-10 pm, Friday 11 May 2018. Link in bio #MikkelCarl #M23 #M23projects

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Mikkel Carl “Terrified of Society and Its Unclean Bite” opens this FRIDAY, 11 May 2018 at M23/Project Room AND at our ancillary space - 120 Waterbury Street, Brooklyn. Link in bio
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///With a background in philosophy and a proclivity for the readymade, Mikkel Carl’s work epitomizes a transgenerational approach to the media. Much like the the originators of this type of found object work in Dada- and surrounding isms, Carl’s work comes with a strong message and intention of provoking thought in his viewers. Often described as having a certain grammar or syntax to it, his work consistently has a message to share with his audience. Through his installations, Carl elicits strong responses from his audience with the found objects central to his style. He engages with and provokes consideration, offering up a playful yet poignant point of view on current events and social trends.\\\
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Mikkel Carl interview by @raphitayvah for @brooklynmag is now online #M23 #M23projects #MikkelCarl

Oscar Tuazon “I Don’t Know Just Like Everything”, 2016 (plastic, plexiglass, wood, iron) @dependance_gallery @friezeartfair 08 May 2018 #OscarTuazon

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