New York

Group Show

Candace Dwan Gallery

Flavin was represented in the Dwan group show by a single green vertical which seemed to be there so as to be seen through Charles Ross’s Model for Prism Wall Muybridge Window, which seemed to be on hand for the converse reason. While some of these pieces did collect resonance from each other, the. Anastasi and the Sand-back, for instance, even in separate rooms, the strange thing was that all together they didn’t seem to make up a complete show. There was apparently a mutual encroachment of conceptual spaces as well as real spaces which suggested that the one-man show may be the necessary unit for the presentation of these artists’ works. What the Dwan group mostly have in common is that they are among the Dwan group.

Anastasi’s and Sandback’s pieces seemed to be the only ones sufficient unto themselves, perhaps, ironically, because they made clear their dependence upon the gallery space,

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