Exhibitions

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TINY, FUNNY, BIG, AND SAD

2007, British Film Institute

Solo Exhibition traveling to VIVID, Birmingham and Newlyn Art Gallery, The Exchange, Cornwall

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COMPLICIT! CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ART AND MASS CULTURE

2006, University of Virginia Art Museum

“Complicit! Contemporary American Art and Mass Culture,” features more than 60 works by more than 50 cutting-edge contemporary, well known and emerging artists working in any and every medium — paint, sculpture, photography, mixed- and multi-media, book arts, printing and digital output. They are all engaged in a clear dialogue with mass culture, media industries and the history of fine ...

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DIRECTED DREAMING

2006, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

In Directed Dreaming, the McCoys present four new sculptures that use movement to explore anxiety. The title of the exhibit refers to practice of willing oneself to dream about specific situations?in order to resolve conflicts in one’s waking life. The works in Directed Dreaming fuse cinematic, personal, and historical images to become visual records of those conflicts, with the question ...

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NEW FRONTIERS

2006, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, UT

An experiment in Festival presentation, New Frontier is a social and creative space that showcases media installations, multimedia performances, transmedia experiences, panel discussions, and more.

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NEW YORK, INTERRUPTED

2006, pkm Gallery

The exhibition, New York, Interrupted, which inaugurates the new Beijing space for pkm gallery, brings together the work of seventeen New York-based artists, all of whom are showing in Beijing for the first time. Organized by Dan Cameron, Senior Curator at Large for the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, and Curator of the 2006 Taipei Biennial, New ...

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SPECIAL THINGS/SCARY THINGS

2006, Fringe Exhibitions

solo exhibition For their first solo Los Angeles exhibition, the McCoys present two new works. Both pieces are inspired by the language and themes of childhood. In the upstairs gallery, their project Special Things explores a super-charged utopian childhood of cavorting lambs, romping youths, and chiffon rainbows. All of this is rendered sculpturally in fragments across sixteen small hanging sculptures. ...

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STOP MOTION

2006, Edith Russ Haus for Media Art

Five pieces are presented in the exhibition, which provides an overview of the artists' work. The Edith Russ Site for Media Art shows early pieces, which deal with the presentation of filmic material in specially programmed databases. Every Shot, Every Episode (2000) is based on the action-TV-series Starsky and Hutch from the 1970ies in which two American policemen chase criminals. ...

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THROUGH THE RABBIT HOLE

2006, 21c Museum, Louisville, KY

The surrealistic sphere where the artistic imagination slides and seeps into reality is the tantalizing territory explored in this exhibition. Following the example of Lewis Carroll’s famous heroine, we fall into a dream and through a rabbit hole, entering a topsy-turvy world where logical expectations of scale are dramatically altered, and where fantastical elements—the inhabitants, architecture, or topography—invite us to ...

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360 – ART IN THE ROUND

2005, Wood Street Galleries, PIttsburgh, PA

The installations and photographs in this exhibition explore the notion of the cyclical in time and space, precluding the fixed moment or perspective. Jennifer and Kevin McCoy present Our Second Date in which the artists recreate and film miniatures of themselves on a rotating set in real time as their characters watch Godard’s Weekend. At once humorous and disarmingly simple, ...

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A KISS ISN'T JUST A KISS

2005, UConn Contemporary Art Galleries

Group Exhibition (curated by Barry Rosenberg), The exhibition "When a Kiss Isn't Just a Kiss,'' gathers the work of 18 artists, among them, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol and such current names as Janine Antoni, Mark Chamberlain, Patty Chang, Lyle Ashton Harris, Nikki S. Lee, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Vik Muniz and Bruce Pearson. The show demonstrates the many ways ...