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Gavin Brown’s enterprise Presents a Major Exhibition by Martin Creed

NEW YORK, NY.- Gavin Brown’s enterprise presents a major exhibition by Martin Creed. Occupying GBE’s freshly expanded gallery spaces, the exhibition includes a monumental architectural intervention and the premiere of a new film work. This is the gallery’s third solo exhibition with the artist. It also is Creed’s first solo show in the United States since his mid-career survey “Feelings,” at CCS Bard | Hessel Museum in 2007. In 2003, on the occasion of GBE’s move from 15th Street to its present location at the intersection of Greenwich and Leroy Streets in the West Village, Creed created a permanent installation to inaugurate the new gallery: Work No. 300: the whole world + the work = the whole world is a black painted text wrapping around the corner of the building’s white brick façade – a mission statement, a manifesto declaring the continuity between artistic gesture and everyday life. Today Work