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    “GIVE ME LIBERTY” AT THE FRAUNCES TAVERN MUSEUMPlease join me September 10th from 6 pm to 8 pm for the opening reception of “Give Me Liberty” a site-specific solo exhibition at the Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10004). Press release here.
  • SALON OF ART AND DESIGNCollages Sample Horde (top) and Lickety Split Screen (bottom) on view, along with other examples from the Security Envelope Series, at The Salon: Art + Design Fair, November 8th through the 12th at the Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue NY, NY 10065. Thank you to those who visited. VISIT SALON: ART + DESIGN
  • WIREFRAME: PROTOTYPE Three-dimensional Möbius cage with glitter, glass beads, and mica powders, composed of nine panels depicting Garbage Pail Kids (trademark Topps Co.) in oil color; set in a painted lattice frame. VISIT WIREFRAME GALLERY
  • SUPREMUSIC PAINTINGS Window display featuring Best Malpractice, Malefic Figures, and Malware Couture alongside ceramic works by Axel Salto, a chandelier by Fontana Arte, and a Jacques Adnet parchment sideboard. CLICK HERE TO VISIT SUPREMUSIC GALLERY
  • COMMONPLACE NOTEBOOKS Petite compendia inscribed in ink with disparate schemata, generally misquoted, distorted and/or abbreviated; over twenty-four accordion folded pages; each hand-bound in leather; part of an ongoing, homeopathic struggle in mnemonic self-deception. CLICK HERE TO VISIT COMMONPLACE GALLERY
  • SUPREMUSIC EGG SERIES Fifty renditions of Kasimir Malevichs’s Eight Red Rectangles (1915), titled after Pierre-Karl Fabergé’s Imperial Eggs, and intended to be scattered throughout a museum setting, discreetly installed as part of a building-wide egg hunt. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE GALLERY
  • CARTOMANCERS’ GUILD Please enjoy the recently expanded Card Sets gallery, and afterwards be sure to write your local elected official regarding its maleficence. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE CARD SETS PAGE
  • SECURITY ENVELOPE ADDITIONS Three new collages are on view in the Security Envelope Gallery: Vector AdvantageCartogrammar, and Magnetwork, each composed of innumerable found patterns of security envelopes in acrylic and synthetic resin with spray paint and mica powder additions. CLICK HERE TO VISIT SECURITY ENVELOPE GALLERY
  • DRAWING BULLION Numerous accordion style albums, containing samples, studies, cartoons, and preparatory drawings from every Sylvanusylvania project to date, functioning as a glancing catalogue raisonné. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE GALLERY
  • SYLVANUSYLVANIA IS ON TWITTERPlease visit our twitter page @SYLVANUSYLVANIA and enjoy the display of rote self-improvement: a strange monkey that, despite the profound improbability, taps out Baruch Spinoza’s Ethica (1677) in the original Latin. How does the saying go? Do as I say not that I understand nor as I do. VISIT THE SYLVANUSYLVANIA TWITTER PAGE
  • 19.5 EXHIBITIONTwelve-steps of Mondrian homage, twelve hours of the De Stijl day, twelve melodically fragrant examples of synesthesia, each with a skewed Mondrian superimage turned nineteen-and-a-half degrees to the right; oil on panel; each panel ten inches square. VISIT 19.5 EXHIBITION GALLERY
  • TIME BOOK 291“291 is greater than the sum of all its definitions. For it is a living force, working for both good and evil. To me, 291 has meant an intellectual antidote to the nineteenth century…”—J. B. Kerfoot “A pure instrument is certainly sure to give forth pure sound. So has this instrument of 291 kept itself pure as possible that it thereby gives out pure expression.”—Marsden Hartley “What is 291? A sturdy Islet of enduring independence in the besetting seas of Commercialism and Convention” —Eugene Meyer CLICK TO VISIT THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS TIME BOOK 291 GALLERY
  • CLOCKFACE PAINTINGS Oil on panel with bronze power, gold-plated brass squares and gold-plated brass frames; image from the International Fine Art and Antiques Dealers Fair at the Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY. CLICK HERE TO VISIT CLOCKFACE GALLERY
  • REVISED FLASHCARD GALLERIES Flashcard galleries: newly revamped for your viewing pleasure. CLICK HERE TO VISIT
  • “THE UTASHINAI PEROID” Ariwara Yonejiro essays the art of Sylvanus Shaw before the days of Sylvanusylvania, when the artist lived in Japan’s smallest city: Utashinai-shi, Hokkaido. Thank you to Konno Tenma for bringing this article to our attention. VISIT UTASHINAI ARTICLE PRESS PAGE
  • BUSINESS CARDS: 2011 EDITION Every year Sylvanusylvania releases a limited edition set of business cards for to-the-wind-throwing, schmoozing, and patron bonuses. Each card is neatly encased in stimulus packaging. Click the link below to see the 2011 edition and samples from previous years. VISIT BUSINESS CARDS GALLERY
  • NEW WEBSITE FORMAT Hello friends and patrons, we hope you will enjoy the changes we’ve made to the Sylvanusylvania website, in particular the addition of this WELCOME page, where we’ll post company news, exhibition information, and latest creations. Thank you for visiting!THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING SYLVANUSYLVANIA!