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Disappearing Into The Past #60, 2011, Astrid Kruse Jensen

Group Exhibition: A Journey Through a Nordic Fairytale, Guided by Invoices, 558 West 21 Street, through April 28.

Guided by Invoices and Martin Asbaek Gallery present an exhibition curated by Julie Quottrup Silbermann that brings together work in various media by four Dutch artists who explore the enigmatic space between reality and imagination.  The exhibition features a large-scale mythical charcoal drawing by Catherine Raben Davidsen, Trine Søndergaard’s photographs of dim and empty interiors, Nina Saunders’ modified furniture items and Astrid Kruse Jensen’s haunting Nordic landscapes enlarged from Polaroid film.

Book Signing: Photographs Not Taken, International Center of Photography / ICP Store, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, March 23.

Photographs Not Taken (Daylight, 2012) is a collection of essays by contemporary photographers about failed attempts to make a picture.  Editor Will Steacy asked each photographer to describe in words a picture they were unable to capture with a camera.  The ICP hosts a book signing for the newly released publication with contributors such as Thomas Bangsted, Juliana Beasley, Elinor Carucci, Lisa Kereszi, Lyle Rexer and Peter Riesett on Friday, March 23rd from 6 – 7:30pm.

Group Exhibition: SHOW/03, The Art Pop Up Shop, 673 Driggs, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, opening March 21.

Artist Coco Dolle conceived The Art Pop Up Shop (T.A.P.S.) as a venue for local emerging artists to exhibit and sell their work at prices below $1500.  Dolle curated the third group show with work by Damaris Drummond, Max Sanjulian, Jordan Tinker and Ellen Jong opening Wednesday, March 21st from 6 – 9pm.  The space is also open to the public on Friday and Saturday and by appointment from Tuesday through Thursday.

– Tema Stauffer