A Magic Hour (or Two)

by - August 29, 2013

A Magic Hour (or Two)
Work by Stephan Pascher and a Skype visit to Marfa, Texas

Thursday, August 29, 7-9pm
The Wrong Again Gallery, 648 West Marshall Avenue

The Wrong Again Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of A Magic Hour (or Two), an exhibition and interactive work by New York artist, Stephan Pascher. 

The artist writes:
A streaming video, a short tale, and a pair of watchful eyes. Elements from elsewhere comprising Stephan Pascher's installation: A Magic Hour (or Two). A rough ride up a canyon rode, a seemingly extirpated yet extant wolf, and art in unfamiliar places. From Far West Texas to Downtown Memphis. The Wrong Again Gallery for two hours in late August.

Stephan currently lives and works in New York City and Marfa, Texas. He is an artist, writer and teacher. He has taught in numerous art departments including Cooper Union, Columbia University, Rutgers, Malmo Art Academy, the Art Institute of Chicago and presently at Sotheby's Institute of Art in New York City. Over the past two decades Pascher's work has been exhibited internationally at many venues, most recently at Cutureget (Lisbon), Kunstmuseum Basel, Steven Wolf Gallery (San Francisco), Orchard (New York) and upcoming Artists' Space (New York). Pascher has written on art, film and a variety of cultural issues, appearing in numerous publications including Afterall, Art in America, Springerin, Merge Magazine, Metropolis, The Museum as Arena: Artists on Institutional Critique (Verlag der Walther Konig) and Institutional Critique: An Anthology of Artists' Writings (MIT Press). 

The opening reception is Thursday, August 29, 7-9pm. And as is our practice we will Skype to Stephan at his home and studio in Marfa, Texas. We are free and open to the public. The Wrong Again Gallery's address is 648 West Marshall Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, 38103.

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