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10.07.13 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL’s feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their original “idea sketch” next to a finished piece. This week, artist Andrew Ohanesian talks about all the planning that went into The House Party — an installation of a suburban house inside the Boiler Gallery in Brooklyn last year, which we may or may not have had a […]

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09.17.13 Marina Galperina

Last year, artist Andrew Ohanesian built a fully functioning replica of a suburban home inside Pierogi Gallery’s Boiler in Brooklyn. I was there, in a manner of speaking, before the overturning of the bed and ceiling punching and the “Punk Rock for Rich Kids” wall writing, but everyone wilded out. The artist pretended to be mad but […]

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03.06.13 Marina Galperina

Artist Andrew Ohanesian has installed Urinal into the side of the Pierogi Gallery booth at the Armory Show, without asking permission from the art fair. It previews today. Yes, it’s actually a urinal. Gallerists Joseph Amrhein and Susan Swenson assure ARTINFO’s Benjamin Sutton: it’s the most standard, “ubiquitous” kind of urinal they could find. Unlike Duchamp’s vintage model, this […]

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09.17.12 Marina Galperina

“Oh, I get it… It’s a Bro Sleep No More!” Inside Brooklyn’s warehouse style Pierogi Gallery’s Boiler space, there’s a replica of a suburban house, detailed down to the Playboys under the mattress, only you won’t see it like it over the weekend at the art opening night. It got destroyed. […]

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