To do as one would

David Zwirner is pleased to present To do as one would, a group exhibition organized by gallery staff members Mary Mitsch, Martha Moldovan, and Poppy Pulitzer on view at the 519 West 19th Street space in New York.

 

To do as one would borrows its title from a statement on the principles of utility by British philosopher John Stuart Mill in his foundational text Utilitarianism (1863). The exhibition will present a group of artists who employ materials and imagery often associated with industrial production, construction sites, corporate environments, or commercial endeavors. Cement, office chairs, light bulbs, wire, cloth–objects that are typically the base of economic and governmental enterprises–are repurposed as art and, in turn, shed of their intended use-value.

 

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Dates

Artists

John Dante Bianchi
Nick Darmstaedter
Violet Dennison
Xavier Donnelly
Charles Harlan
Benjamin Hors
Ann Greene Kelly
Zack Kitnick
Eric Mack
Alex Perweiler
Harry Schleiff
Cal Siegel
Zachary Susskind
John Szlasa