Exhibition at Guest Spot @ The Reinstitute
March 27 - May 2, 2015

Online at http://echoes2015.tumblr.com
February 6 - May 3, 2015

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Eric Doeringer - Echoes - a project concurrent with the exhibition On Kawara - Silence at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Works created for the project are being posted daily to echoes2015.tumblr.com.

Eric Doeringer - Time and Again at Guest Spot, 1715 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD, from March 27 - May 2. Opening reception 7-10 pm, Friday, March 27.

A few of my books "after" Ed Ruscha are included in the exhibition Ed Ruscha: Books & Co. at Gagosian Gallery Paris through May 7. The exhibition has previously appeared at Gagosian New York and the Museum Brandhorst in Munich, Germany.

I have recently published three new books: Variations On I Am Not Still Alive On Kawara (after Sol LeWitt and On Kawara), Autobiography (after Sol LeWitt) and Collected Works. The books can be purchased from the Eric Doeringer / Copycat Publications etsy store.

My book Records is exhibited alongside the original book by Ed Ruscha in Connecting Cultures: A World in Brookllyn at the Brooklyn Museum.

Recent Press

A few articles about the Shit And Die exhibition prominently feature my installation The Hug: Swide, ArtSlant, ArtForum, Financial Times, ANSA

Forbes Magazine says my Spot Paintings are a good value! (by Danielle Rahm)

New York Times review of my exhibition Eric Doeringer - Paintings and Sculpture by Roberta Smith

Rough Cut video of my exhibition Eric Doeringer - Paintings and Sculpture by James Kalm

My Cowboy Photographs mentioned in Artforum's The Year In Re: (see #18) by Martha Buskirk, Amelia Jones, and Caroline R. Jones

Toronto Star review of my Survey exhibition by Murray Whyte.

NY Times review of my exhibtion The Rematerialization of the Art Object by Ken Johnson.

Huffington Post review of my exhibtion The Rematerialization of the Art Object by Filip Noterdaeme.

Video walk-through of my exhibtion The Rematerialization of the Art Object with James Kalm.

Video of my TEDxChelsea talk Copyright and the Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.

Interview with Mishka Henner on the ABC Artists' Books Cooperative web site.

Video of my "cowboy rephotography" workshop at Printed Matter.

Review of my work from the group show Staging Over Manipulation in the Baltimore City Paper.

Blake Gopnik chose my Cowboy photographs (after Richard Prince) as three of the pieces he would buy on an (imaginary) Art Basel Miami shopping spree (see slide #5).

I was mentioned in a Huffington Post article about Jerry Saltz's search for a fake Gerhard Richter painting.

My exhibition Eastern Standard Time was reviewed by the LA Weekly and The Huffington Post.

Audio interview with Tom Sanford and Amanda Browder for Bad At Sports.

The New York Art Resources Consortiom blog has a nice piece about the Brooklyn Museum's acquisition of my books Some Los Angeles Apartments and Real Estate Opportunities.

I Like The Art World And The Art World Likes Me, an exhibition I curated of artworks inspired by the art world, was reviewed in Frieze Magazine, Artforum.com, NYFA Current, Idiom, Hyperallergic, Art Fag City, and Gallery Beat.

My On Kawara "Bootleg" in the Crowd Scene exhibition was reviewed and awarded a "critics pick" on artforum.com

The Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts Art & Law Residency Exhibition (in which I showed artworks based on pieces by John Baldessari, Sol LeWitt, and Lawrence Weiner) was reviewed on idiom.

Vince Aletti wrote a nice blurb about my books Some Los Angeles Apartments and Real Estate Opportunities for Photograph Magazine. The books were also included in a recent centerfold portfolio by Tom Sowden for Afterimage Magazine called, "Ruscha Rip-Off, Rip Out"

My exhibition Eric Doeringer : Sol LeWitt at {CTS} @ Dam Stuhltrager Gallery was reviewed by Jerry Saltz for New York Magazine / artnet.com. The gallery produced a video docutmenting the installation of the drawings that you can watch HERE. The show was also the subject of a "Facebook Roughcut" video by James Kalm.

Lengthy interview with Qi Peng for the Salt Lake City Examiner.


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