Liam Gillick “The State Itself Becomes a Super Whatnot”

Opening night at Casey Kaplan Gallery

poster for Liam Gillick

Liam Gillick "The State Itself Becomes A Super Whatnot"

at Casey Kaplan
in the Chelsea 27th area
This event has ended - (2008-05-08 - 2008-06-14)

In Photo Reports by Teri Duerr 2008-05-30 print

Back in May NYAB attended the opening of Liam Gillick’s “The State Itself Becomes a Super Whatnot,” a show as playful and socio-political as its title suggests. Gallery-goers came out to stroll through Gillick’s neighborhood of shining, candy-colored, aluminum and Plexiglas pieces, constructions reminiscent of glass buildings, shipping crates, and children’s building blocks.

Exhibition view of Liam Gillick’s ‘The State of Itself Becomes a Super Whatnot’

Sometimes They Worked in Groups of Three (2008)

Interior views of Status Following Closure (2008) & Lapsed Reduction (2008)

Rescinded Production (2008)

All Photos © 2008 Teri Duerr.

Teri Duerr

Teri Duerr. Teri lives in Brooklyn where she co-runs Horse+Dragon NYC, a boutique agency that puts creative talents to work on publicity, editing, design, and events/exhibitions for artists, writers and nonprofit friends. She has spent much of the last year launching publicity campaigns for films at Tribeca, Sundance, SXSW, MoMA, and for television broadcast. In addition to being a contributing editor for the highly dubious culture publication Chief Magazine, and a book reviews editor for Mystery Scene, she spent four years as director and editorial mentor for the Minneapolis teen girls’ magazine Chicas in the Mix, followed In 2000 by editor in chief posts at events & culture magazines Tokyo Scene and Kansai Scene in Japan. Her editorial and photo production work has appeared in places like Best Life, The Source, Men’s Health, Organic Style, Vogue Korea, Vogue China, and most recently Tom Tom Magazine and CODE. » See other writings


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