Cleopatra’s: Trade Secrets is an exhibition at John Connelly Presents in New York for which a daily trade occurs whereby an artist invited by Cleaopatra’s, a collaborative group based in Brooklyn, swaps a piece in the gallery for one of theirs. The show’s premise presents an alternative approach to value systems, gift and free market economy and results in a show that is constantly changing. Works are for sale, but visitors have only a fleeting opportunity to purchase them as their availability ceases upon their removal from the space. Documenting this exhibition as only an online publication can we are pleased to present photographs and logs from the third week of this show.
DAY 15 (4/30/09):
Alison Walsh traded a four color panel guessing game for Noah Sheldon’s photographs.
Installation view at end of Day 15.
Chalk board at end of Day 15.
DAY 16 (5/1/09):
Jackie Kim traded a botanical fish bowl and water pipe for J. Partick Walsh’s walking stick.
Installation view at end of Day 16.
Chalk board at end of Day 16.
DAY 17 (5/2/09):
Zack Kitnick traded a gold plated deco-type vent plaque for Iris Benson’s cardboard San Francisco record.
Installation view at end of Day 17.
Chalk board at end of Day 17.
DAY 18 (5/4/09):
Charles Harlan traded a window fan for Jackie Kim’s botanical fish bowl.
Installation view at end of Day 18.
Chalk board at end of Day 18.
DAY 19 (5/5/09):
No information yet.
Today is Day 20. Updates will follow.