Thank you for visiting Bellwether's website. After nearly a decade, the gallery closed in June 2009. This website remains as an archive of the shows and artists that the gallery was proud to have presented over the years. Many of the artists are now represented by other galleries and/or can be contacted directly for information about their work. Please email me at becky@bellwethergallery.com and I will be happy to answer any questions about the gallery and its artists.

BLACK WORLD

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November 16 - December 23 2006

OPENING RECEPTION
Thursday, November 16, 2006
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Chemical and Biological Weapons Proving Ground/Dugway, UT/Distance ~22 miles/11:17 am

checklist
press release
installation views


Chemical and Biological Weapons Proving Ground/Dugway, UT/Distance ~22 miles/11:17 am

Morning Commute (Gold Coast Terminal)/Las Vegas, NV/Distance ~1 mile/6:26 am

Control Tower/Cactus Flat, NV/11:55 a.m./Distance ~ 20 miles

Tail Numbers/Gold Coast Terminal, Las Vegas, NV/Distance ~1 mile/5:27 pm

Large Hangars and Fuel Storage/Tonopah Test Range, NV/Distance ~18 miles/10:44 am
 
 

exhibition press

"Esthetic Politics?", Ben Davis, Artnet, September 6, 2008.

"New York: Another 48 Hours", Jonathan T. D. Neil, Art Review 2007, January.

"Trevor Paglen, Bellwether", Tom Breidenbach, Artforum 2007, February, p. 295-6.

"The Experimental Geography of Trevor Paglen", Jen Itzenson, The Brooklyn Rail 2007, February.

"Trevor Paglen at Bellwether", Brian Boucher, Art in America 2007, March, p. 170-1.

"The Approval Matrix", New York Magazine 2006, December 4, p. 96.

"Trevor Paglen: Black World", PJ, flavorpill 2006, November 14-20.

"Art: Best in Show, Trevor Paglen: 'Black World'", R.C. Baker, The Village Voice 2006, December 20-26.

"Tracking Torture", Marisa Olson, Rhizome.org, November 15, 2006.

"Actualizing Area 51", Peter Lemons, The Campus, November 27, 2006, p. 9.

"Art in Review: Trevor Paglen Black World", Holland Cotter, The New York Times, December 15, 2006, E47.

"Black Site Specific", Ben Davis, Artnet, December 7, 2006.

"Investigating a World That Doesn't Exist-Trevor Paglen-Black World", Drew Waters, Newmedia FIX, December 9, 2006.

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