Eternal Now,
an exhibition to benefit BLANK FORMS
October 27–
December 17, 2021

Blank Forms is pleased to present Eternal Now, our second annual benefit exhibition including works by over a dozen artists, many of whom are friends or collaborators of the organization. In the spirit of our recent program dedicated to the collaborations of Don and Moki Cherry, the exhibition takes its name from Don’s 1974 album, which features an iconic tapestry by Moki as its cover. Eternal Now is presented alongside our 4th Annual Gala Honoring Neneh Cherry, which will take place on November 18th.

Thank you for considering this crucial fundraising initiative. All sales will be split with the artists and the proceeds that go to Blank Forms will help fund future performances, publications, and archival initiatives.

benefit committee

Vera Alemani, Ephraim Asili, Matthew Barney, Shumita and Arani Bose, Garrett Bradley, Stephen Cheng, The Cheswatyr Foundation, Denardo Coleman, John Corbett, Lauren Cornell, Paul Cossu, Jim Dempsey, Laura Belgray and Steven Eckler, Gladstone Gallery, Maxwell Graham, Carol Greene, Jane Hait and Justin Beal, Charline von Heyl, Sanya Kantarovsky, Naima Karlsson, Ruba Katrib, Jade Lai and Seth Zucker, Arto Lindsay, Joe McPhee, Turid Meeker, Ikue Mori, Michelle Joan Papillion, Jeff Preiss and Zeena Parkins, Lucy Raven, David Reed, Rachel Rose and Ian Cheng, Cameron Rowland, Eliza Ryan, Jay Sanders, Kim Schnaubert, Felicity Scott, Debra Singer and Jay Worthington, Michael Stipe, Lauren and Benedikt Taschen, Thea Westreich and Ethan Wagner, Arden Wohl, Christopher Wool.
Yuji Agematsu, Barbara Bloom, Moki Cherry, Matt Connors, Hadi Fallahpisheh, Madeline Hollander, Sanya Kantarovsky, Caitlin Keogh, Bradley Kronz, Win McCarthy, Laura Owens, Greg Parma Smith, Seth Price, Andy Robert, Rebecca Watson Horn, Jacques Louis Vidal
Yuji Agematsu
Step number drawing
2003
Ink on paper
12.25 × 9.625 in. (31.12 × 24.45 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Miguel Abreu Gallery.
Barbara Bloom
Song: Gap Scales
2010
Archival digital print
15 × 22 in. (38.1 × 55.88 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and David Lewis.
Moki Cherry
Untitled
1998
Acrylic on wood
36.625 × 12.5 in. (93.03 × 31.75 cm.)
Courtesy the estate of Moki Cherry.
Matt Connors
Last Silverwood Step
2021
Colored pencil and acrylic on paper
12 × 9 in. (30.48 × 22.86 cm.)
Courtesy the artist. Photo by Daniel Terna.
Hadi Fallahpisheh
The Devil Probably
2020
Unique light drawing on photosensitive paper
74 × 43 in. (187.96 × 109.22 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Andrew Kreps.
Madeline Hollander
Score for a Black Hole
2019
Ink and graphite on archival paper
11 × 17.25 in. (27.94 × 43.82 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Bortolami Gallery, New York.
Sanya Kantarovsky
Curtain
2019
Woodblock print on washi paper
15.75 × 11.625 in. (40.01 × 29.53 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo; Capitain Petzel, Berlin; Modern Art, London; and Luhring Augustine, New York.
Caitlin Keogh
Legs
2019
Colored pencil on paper mounted on panel
16.5 × 11.5 in. (41.91 × 29.21 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Bortolami Gallery, New York.
Bradley Kronz
The World’s Greatest Ear
2021
Collage, acrylic paint, laserdisc, davyboard, contact paper, acrylic glass
18.25 × 15.25 in. (46.36 × 38.74 cm.)
Courtesy the artist. Photo by Daniel Terna.
Win McCarthy
Studio Scene (Breakfront & Child)
2021
Silver gelatin print
12 × 8 in. (30.48 × 20.32 cm.)
Courtesy the artist.
Laura Owens
Untitled
2021
Pastel and Flashe on paper
14 × 11 in. (35.56 × 27.94 cm.)
©Laura Owens, courtesy the artist; Sadie Coles HQ, London; and Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne.
Greg Parma Smith
Ovine Growths in Orange Grove
2020
Watercolor and flashe on paper
13 × 13 in. (33.02 × 33.02 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and David Lewis.
Seth Price
Times Square Meets Tiananmen Square, Version 1
2002
Pen on paper
14 × 11 in. (35.56 × 27.94 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Petzel Gallery, New York. Photo by Ron Amstutz.
Andy Robert
GOTS NEEDS!
2018
Pencil on paper
11 × 8.5 in. (27.94 × 21.59 cm.)
Courtesy Hannah Hoffman, Los Angeles.
Rebecca Watson Horn
Untitled
2021
Oil on burlap
51 × 39 in. (129.54 × 99.06 cm.)
Courtesy the artist.
Jacques Louis Vidal
where the hobos flowed like wine
2019
Cut paper on panel
30.5 × 24 in. (77.47 × 60.96 cm.)
Courtesy the artist and Real Pain.