We are delighted to present Tatsuo Ikeda & Philippe Parreno: Field Phase at the gallery's Chelsea location, on view through November 21st, 2020.
For over six decades, Japanese artist Tatsuo Ikeda has explored the human condition, probing the nature of individual experience within larger systems—the government, order of natural beings, universal hierarchies, celestial objects—that circulate, control, and attempt to dominate. Presented alongside Algerian born, French artist Philippe Parreno, a pioneer in perspectival intersections of real and imaginary and lastingly inchoate situations; together, these artists evoke logical aporias and paradoxes within a shared space that reflect a philosophy in which life is full of absurdity and contradiction that cannot be avoided.
Viewing by Appointment Only
Note to Visitors
In order to combat the spread of COVID-19, Fergus McCaffrey is taking all necessary precautions advised by New York State, the Center for Disease Control, and the World Health Organization. To promote the safety and well-being of our staff, artists, and community, visitors are asked to wear masks and sanitize hands before entering the gallery. Contact-less temperature readings will be taken upon entrance, a capacity of six visitors will be allowed at one time, and visitors' contact information will be collected as part of contact-tracing measures. We also request that you please refrain from visiting the gallery if you have symptoms such as a fever or cough.
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