THIS SATURDAY Dec. 7th at 12:30pm, join Alex McKenzie for the playback of Conversations From Yesterday on The High Line @ 16th Street in the seating area under the covered section above Chelsea Market, followed by an artist talk at Kianga Ellis Projects about his solo installation now on view through January 11, 2014.
All together now! First IRL meeting for @jennettem & @Wagnerblog is being recorded by Alex McKenzie. Join us here in 24 hrs for the playback (at High Line)
@highlinenyc w Alex McKenzie @agmckenz setting up for Conversations From Yesterday with James @Wagnerblog #art (at High Line)
The changing surface of “Hermine 9” oil on panel in the current exhibition: (Con)structures, by Alex McKenzie. (at Kianga Ellis Projects)
Revelations tonight was dedicated to Nelson Mandela. I thought of @pamelacouncil & her references to the black church. #AlvinAiley (at New York City Center)
Dance does a body good. @AlvinAiley (at New York City Center)
"I paint and repaint in a deliberate exercise of letting go. It is difficult sometimes." Alex McKenzie @agmckenz (at Kianga Ellis Projects)
A Louise Blyton corner #drivebystudiovisit (at Point B Studio)
Cobalt Teal with Louise Blyton #studiolife #painting (at Point B Studio)
Talking problematics of artist migration and sustenance in NEW YORK #Williamsburg (at Point B Studio)
Opening now: Rafaël Rozendal, Everything You See Is In The Past #linticularprint (at Postmasters Gallery)
Katie Torn, The Calm Before The Storm (at Postmasters Gallery)
The surfaces of Alex McKenzie’s paintings are unfixed, always becoming…. He comes to @keprojects after hours to work on them.
I’m told this painting might be called “Anthology”… 11 x 18 feet, it tells the story of #art past, present & future. This Turner detail might be my favorite part so far. #nofilter
Peter Daverington studio visit ;) #nofilter