From March 25-April 30, 2017, Lyles & King presents Bullet Through Glass. The exhibition is composed of paintings, sculptures, and site-specific interventions by Thomas Fougeirol and Jo-ey Tang.

The 1962 photograph, Bullet Through Glass, by Harold Edgerton has been chosen by the artists as both the exhibition’s title and its locus point. The photography, which is essentially a shadowgram, has been turned 90 degrees, and installed horizontally for this exhibition, so that visitors would approach the image to find themselves encountering a map of their own trajectory in the gallery.

Thomas Fougeirol lives and works between Bushwick, Brooklyn and Ivry, Paris. In Paris, he runs the non-profit exhibition space, DUST, which houses The plates of the present, the photogram residency program he has run since 2013 with Jo-ey Tang. Fougeirol holds a DNSEP from École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris and is the recipient of the 1998 Coprim Foundation Award. He has shown with Praz-Delavallade, Paris, CLEARING, Brooklyn, and was included in Fifteen Year Anniversary Exhibition at the Margulies Collection in Miami, and From Pre-History to Post-Everything at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. 

Jo-ey Tang is a Hong Kong-born American artist, curator, and writer living and working between Paris and Nice. He was a curator at Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2014-2015) and art editor of n+1 (2009-2014). He is currently a research resident at Villa Arson, Nice. Tang shifts originary forms over time in his work, using the movements between media - in sound, speech, text, image, objects, and surface-based works - to form new material and technological genealogies. His work negotiates physical being with philosophical and spiritual ideas about life and death. 


DATES: Mar 25, 2017 - Apr 30, 2017
LOCATION: Lyles & King
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Lyles & King presents "Bullet Through Glass"

When
Mar 25, 2017 - Apr 30, 2017
Where
Lyles & King
106 Forsyth Street at Broome, New York, NY 10002

From March 25-April 30, 2017, Lyles & King presents Bullet Through Glass. The exhibition is composed of paintings, sculptures, and site-specific interventions by Thomas Fougeirol and Jo-ey Tang.

The 1962 photograph, Bullet Through Glass, by Harold Edgerton has been chosen by the artists as both the exhibition’s title and its locus point. The photography, which is essentially a shadowgram, has been turned 90 degrees, and installed horizontally for this exhibition, so that visitors would approach the image to find themselves encountering a map of their own trajectory in the gallery.

Thomas Fougeirol lives and works between Bushwick, Brooklyn and Ivry, Paris. In Paris, he runs the non-profit exhibition space, DUST, which houses The plates of the present, the photogram residency program he has run since 2013 with Jo-ey Tang. Fougeirol holds a DNSEP from École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris and is the recipient of the 1998 Coprim Foundation Award. He has shown with Praz-Delavallade, Paris, CLEARING, Brooklyn, and was included in Fifteen Year Anniversary Exhibition at the Margulies Collection in Miami, and From Pre-History to Post-Everything at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York. 

Jo-ey Tang is a Hong Kong-born American artist, curator, and writer living and working between Paris and Nice. He was a curator at Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2014-2015) and art editor of n+1 (2009-2014). He is currently a research resident at Villa Arson, Nice. Tang shifts originary forms over time in his work, using the movements between media - in sound, speech, text, image, objects, and surface-based works - to form new material and technological genealogies. His work negotiates physical being with philosophical and spiritual ideas about life and death. 


DATES: Mar 25, 2017 - Apr 30, 2017
LOCATION: Lyles & King
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