The Comedies of the Status Quo
Christopher Aque, Kerry Downey, Gareth Long, Tuesday Smillie, and Cauleen Smith
September 17 - October 26, 2019

Contemporary Art Daily, October 13, 2019

Press release

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Exhibition view, The Comedies of the Status Quo, 2019
Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY 

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Cauleen Smith
Rock, 2019
Spandex, cotton batik weave, Polyester and mylar weave, rayon velvet, poly-satin, wool felt, fiberglass screen, polyester fringe
108 x 48 inches 

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Exhibition view, The Comedies of the Status Quo, 2019
Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY 

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Kerry Downey
My hook to hang your eyelet on, 2015
Single-channel video
8:39 minutes 

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Exhibition view, The Comedies of the Status Quo, 2019
Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY 

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Christopher Aque
Sanitation (shadows), 2019
uv-c-exposed gelatin cyanotype on lacquered aluminum in acrylic frames
Each panel 24 x 36 inches 

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Christopher Aque
Sanitation (shadows), 2019
uv-c-exposed gelatin cyanotype on lacquered aluminum in acrylic frame
24 x 36 inches 

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Exhibition view, The Comedies of the Status Quo, 2019
Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY 

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Christopher Aque
Sanitation (planter box), 2019
uv-c-exposed gelatin cyanotype on glass in acrylic frame
20 x 18 inches 

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Cauleen Smith
Lessons in Semaphore, 2015
16 mm film transferred to digital, silent
4:17 minutes 

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Gareth Long
A Social situation, 2019
Archival pigment prints
each panel 16 x 8 inches

Gareth Long
Asocial situation, 2019
Archival pigment prints
each panel 16 x 8 inches 

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Exhibition view, The Comedies of the Status Quo, 2019
Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY 

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Tuesday Smilie
Wound, 2018
Textile, beads
108 x 36 inches 

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Tuesday Smilie
watercolor on paper, collage on board
left to right:

Still Against War, 2012
12 1/2 x 15 inches (framed)

Trans day of action, 2012
10 x 16 inches (framed)

Some women, 2012
16 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches (framed)