Dawn to Dusk Viewing of Zoe Leonard's 100 North Nevill Street
To celebrate the closing of the installation, Chinati will host all-day free viewing hours of Zoe Leonard’s 100 North Nevill Street, from dawn to dusk, on Sunday, January 18, 2015. This special exhibition organized by the museum has been on view at the Ice Plant since December, 2013.
The installation will be open from 7:30 am until 6:30 pm. The artist as well as special guests, artist Rackstraw Downes and curator Lynne Cooke, will be present to join in conversation with visitors, and coffee and other refreshments will be served throughout the day, with a champagne toast at sunset. Everyone is invited.
The Ice Plant is located on East Oak Street, between North Nevill Street and Salarosa Street, in Marfa. The event is made possible with support from David Egeland and Andy Friedman. Special thanks to Daniel and Jessie Browning of FRAMA and Ronnie Johnson of NALUNA for in-kind donations for the event.
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Zoe Leonard was born in Liberty, New York, and lives and works in Brooklyn. She has exhibited internationally since the late 1980s. Leonard performed her spoken word piece This is Where I Was, during Chinati’s annual October weekend in 2010. Recent exhibitions include Blues for Smoke, Whitney Museum of American Art (2013) and Observation Point, Camden Arts Center, London (2012). In 2007, Leonard was the subject of a 20-year career retrospective at the FotomuseumWinterthur, in Winterthur, Switzerland, which traveled to the Reina Sofía in Madrid in winter 2008. Last year Leonard was honored by the Whitney Museum with the 8th annual Bucksbaum Award.