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Jordan Stein is a curator based in San Francisco. Recent exhibitions include “Miyoko Ito: Heart of Hearts,” Artists Space, New York (2018) and “So I traveled a great deal. I met George, Ebbe, Joy, Philip, Jack, Robert, Dora, Harold, Jerome, Ed, Mike, Tom, Bill, Harvey, Sheila, Irene, John, Michael, Mertis, Gai-fu, Jay, Jim, Anne, Kirby, Allen, Peter, Charles, Drummond, Cassandra, Pamela, Marilyn, Lewis, Ted, Clayton, Cid, Barbara, Ron, Richard, Tony, Paul, Anne, Russell, Larry, Link, Anthea, Martin, Jane, Don, Fatso, Clark, Anja, Les, Sue, and Brian,” Matthew Marks Gallery, New York (organized with Vincent Fecteau, 2017).
An illustrated presentation by Glass, house founder Jordan Stein.read more »
Dead Center of Gravity examines the way certain tendencies in minimal, abstract, and experiential art practices have been translated and understood via photography.read more »