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Rosy Keyser’s Promethean Dub: Opening September 15

13 Sep 2011

Abacist in Heat (detail), 2011, enamel, dye, housepaint, & twine on canvas, 68 × 60 in (173 × 152 cm)

ROSY KEYSER
Abacist in Heat (detail), 2011
Enamel, dye, housepaint, & twine on canvas
68 × 60 in (173 × 152 cm)

Immaterial alum and great friend Rosy Keyser’s new exhibition, Promethean Dub, opens September 15 at Peter Blum Chelsea in New York. Loosely inspired by the first law of thermodynamics, Promethean Dub brings together a group of large-scale canvases and small works that relate themes of transmutation and rebirth to the concept that energy can neither be created nor destroyed (but can be recast).

The exhibition runs through November 12, 2011, and if you’re in New York, be sure to stop by the opening reception on Thursday, September 15, from 6 – 8 pm at Peter Blum Chelsea, 526 West 29th Street, New York. For additional information, please visit Peter Blum.

Be sure to check out the exhibition XXX Thirty Years Peter Blum Edition, at Peter Blum Soho, which features editions by Huma Bhabha and Matthew Day Jackson. On view September 10 through October 22, 2011.