509 West 24th Street

June 25 – August 15, 2008

Installation View

Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2008

Installation View

Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2008

Installation View

Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2008

Ferdinand Kriwet

Rundscheiben, 1960–63

Offset print, 10-parts

Each: 23 3/4 x 23 3/4 x 1/2 inches  60.3 x 60.3 x 1.3 centimeters

Edition of 30

Marc Bijl

Urban Modernism (Lozenge with 4 lines and grey) Stenciled and borrowed , just to survive, 2007

Stencil and spraypaint graffiti

76 3/4 x 76 3/4 inches  195 x 195 cm


Marlo Pascual

Untitled, 2008

C-print, acrylic, conch shell, and pedestal

26 x 16 x 20 inches  66 x 40.6 x 50.8 cm


Jeffrey Wells

Corner #1, 2008

DVD with artist's viewing case

Video projection

Viewing case: 48 x 14 x 11 inches   121.9 x 61 x 27.9 cm

Edition of 20

Neil Campbell

Bloodline, 2007

Acrylic on wall

Edition of 3

Jochen Lempert

The Skins of Alca Impennis, 1995

Gelatin silver prints

33 parts, each: 7 x 9 1/2 inches  17.8 x 23.1 cm

Edition of 6

Jeroen Jongeleen

Influenza / Our Unconditional Love for Black, Chrome and White * Montana Hardcore Silverdollar Chrom & Krylon Ultra Flat Black, 2008

Paper, Wood and spraypaint

Diptych, each: 84 3/4 x 67 inches  215.3 x 170.2 cm


Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to announce Crop Rotation, a group show curated by

Clarissa Dalrymple.
Within the work of each artist in this group show is an impetus toward constantly
reusable procedures, which becomes a contained art practice in and of itself. Marc Bijl, Jeroen Jongeleen, and Neil Campbell make much of their work directly onto the wall. Bijl and Jongeleen also make constructions from prosaic material such as wood and plaster board or in the case of Jongeleen transferring a wall work onto canvas. Marlo Pascual makes tableaux from retrieved photographs, re-assigning form and role to selected images. Ferdinand Kriwet traduces television events such as the 1974 election in America and the first moon walk. He uses graphic process in the composition of discrete works. Jochen Lempert is a zoologist. In the banks of photographs exhibited there is an intense focus on the birds and animals combined. Jeffrey Wells's examination of sensory perception is constantly re-employed throughout his art practice. In this case the nature of a solid corner is betrayed with a video of laser light.
Marianne Boesky Gallery is located at 509 West 24th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues. Our hours are Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm. For further information or images, please contact Annie Rana at 212.680.9889 or