From my friends Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset comes a show, er, a work that could be titled, Untitled (Hah, made you look!). Right before they left town--and after the opening of their installation at the Bohen Foundation--the artists installed a piece at The Wrong Gallery, Maurizio Cattelan, Mass Gioni, and Ali Subotnick's foot-deep-gallery-in-a-doorway, next to Andrew Kreps.
They dressed a Mini with all the paraphrenalia of a long trip abandoned--maps, lotion, crumbs and change on the floor--and a sleeping baby in the backseat. The car's been collecting parking tickets all week; I guess the show will end whenever DOT decides to tow it.
Or else... It just occurred to me that there's a women's prison on the corner. Maybe the baby mama is in there doing some firm--if not hard--time.
Elmgreen & Dragset at the Bohen Foundation
[update: Someone apparently called 911 on the baby in the car, because NYPD come to investigate this afternoon.]