Take a Peek Inside Mixed Greens’s New Peephole-Sized Project Space

Last month Chelsea’s Mixed Greens and Paris’s Projective City announced an unusual collaborative project — a peephole-sized installation at the New York gallery titled “Paris-Scope” — and IN THE AIR recently had a chance to peek in on James Reeder‘s inaugural exhibition in the voyeuristic project space.

The miniature installation — more evocative of a Patrick Jacobs wall piece than Duchamp‘s notorious “Étants Donnés” — shows a tiny gallery, complete with overhead spotlights, tiny works hung on the walls, and Reeder’s miniature large-scale installation “Mountain” in the center of the room. Chelsea’s smallest gallery remains on view through June 2.

— Benjamin Sutton