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Carol Bove

The Equinox: A Whole Much Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts

by Clara Olshansky on August 7, 2013
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As an installation, the components of Swedish-born artist Carol Bove’s exhibition at MoMA, The Equinox, practically vibrate together; as a set of sculptures, not so much. Currently, Bove’s more monumental sculptures are on view on the High Line; in contrast, her MoMA show features seven sculptures of varied scale, all arranged seemingly randomly on an elevated, white platform.

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The Show That Has Everything: The Language of Less at the Chicago MCA

by Reid Singer on January 16, 2012
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At The Language of Less (Then and Now), visitors get a well-balanced primer on Minimalism and Post-Minimalism with no glaring omissions or gaps. Like any greatest hits album, it aims to please, and it usually does. But it will never succeed in satisfying a true fan.

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Carol Bove, Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz in New York on 06/30/10

by Art Fag City on June 21, 2010
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Artist: Carol Bove, Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz Date: Wednesday, June 30th 2010 – Monday, August 30th 2010 Venue: Andrea Rosen Gallery, 525 West 24th Street What do these three artists dubbed with AFC nicknames have in common: “prison guy” (Sterling Ruby), “reference artist” (Carol Bove) and “figuration queen” Dana Schutz? I can’t find an obvious link which is […]

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