3-Day Stand

Two-City Group Show in Düsseldorf and Bushwick

May 7 – May 17, 2011
opening receptions:
May 7 (Düsseldorf), May 14 (Bushwick)

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exhibition catalog (pdf download 8 MB)
video: Konstantin Lange performance
Rheinische Post

This was a two-city show that Jan Holthoff and Ethan Pettit organized in May 2011. The show took place in Düsseldorf, Germany and Bushwick, Brooklyn on back-to-back weekends. Technically this show pre-dates the foundation of the gallery. But this was the gathering that inspired the gallery, and many of the artists we represent were in this show. It was an informal event, and we honored Konstantin Lange, who as well as being the funniest conceptual artist in Germany, was also active in the early Brooklyn scene in the 1990s.

3-Day Stand was generously hosted by Brooklyn Fire Proof in Bushwick, and Atelierhaus in the industrial suburb of Reizholz, near Düsseldorf.


Kravatte, Konstantin Lange at 3-Day Stand, May 2011, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Brooklyn, NY. Videos by Mari Oshima and Eva Schicker
Opening in Düsseldorf-Reizholtz, 7 May 2011 

Konstantin Lange performing at the opening
in Bushwick, Brooklyn, 14 May 2011

Konstantin Lange, Gürteltier
(literally "belt animal," armadillo)
belts wrapped on armature, 2010