Erik Bakke

erik@erikbakke.com




Critical Practices Inc. and 21ST.PROJECTS is pleased to host a viewing of new work by
ERIK BAKKE & RUPERT GOLDSWORTHY
on Sunday July 21, 2019 5:00 to 7:00 PM @ 162 W 21 St. #3N NYC
















A limited edition broadsheet was available at the exhibition with texts by Linda Bakke, Erik Bakke, and Rupert Goldsworthy

Critical Practices Inc. and 21ST.PROJECTS is pleased to host a viewing of new work by
ERIK BAKKE & RUPERT GOLDSWORTHY
on Sunday July 21, 2019 5:00 to 7:00 PM @ 162 W 21 St. #3N NYC


Erik Bakke
Send Your Love to Another Dimension


Erik Bakke presents photography-based work from 2019. The majority of the images utilize photographs by Bakke that feature landscapes of the
Salinas Valley in California with subject matter serving as both document and symbol. These specific works have been created to accompany an
image--based on a photograph by Juan Fernandez--created in posthumous homage to the writer and artist Kevin Killian who organized
the February 2019 San Francisco exhibition Black Flag in the Desert of a Future Ocean of work by Bakke.


Bakke is an artist, writer, & educator living in California.
www.erikbakke.com

Rupert Goldsworthy presents two new large-format paintings on canvas. These works were commissioned as backdrops for artist Stephen Tashjian‘s
recent downtown NY theatrical extravaganza Tabboo!‘s 1000 & 1 Armenian Nights at the Kraine Theater. Now completed for this exhibition,
Goldsworthy’s two huge canvases combine the visual language of 1960s Color Field Abstraction with a love of vernacular street signage.


Goldsworthy is a British artist, writer & performer based in New York.
www.rupertgoldsworthy.com

For further information:
info@rupertgoldsworthy.com or erik@erikbakke.com


Critical Practices Inc. is a response to the complex and changing conditions that affect the emergence of new practices and ideas within the field of
cultural production. By means of artists projects (21ST.PROJECTS) and roundtable discussions (LaTableRonde), Critical Practices seeks to
provide platforms for the exchange of the diverse points of view necessary for the evaluation of those current critical, theoretical, and practical
objectives that impact cultural production.