Artists and Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy
Ronnie Landfield, The Deluge, 1998.

Writing in the current issue of Frieze, William Corwin credits curator Phong Bui in “transforming an unruly mob of more than 300 artists into a comprehensive slice of activity in early 21st-century New York” in last year’s exhibition Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1. “The exhibition’s organization, a contorted web of networks and relationships,” Corwin writes, “became an anthropological assessment of the inner workings of an art scene, offering an intriguing glimpse into the lives and practices of New York artists.” Ronnie Landfield’s Deluge (1998) was among the works exhibited at the 100,000-foot exhibition at Industry City (Sunset Park, Brooklyn)Read more of the review.

Hurricane Sandy
Ronnie Landfield, After the Deluge, 2001.

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