Ellen Kooi photography to be shown in new branch of the Louisville Restaurant, “Proof.” Proof, the renowned Louisville restaurant named in Esquire magazine as a “Best New Restaurant” upon opening in 2006, will open a location in Cincinnati along with the new location of the 21c Museum Hotel.
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“For his current show, ‘[sic],’ Walter Robinson makes sumptuously enameled sculptures that display an irresistibly light satirical touch: he's a Good Humor moralist. Robinson explores the misuse of language in American religion, politics, advertising, and modern art.”
Labels: Walter Robinson
Various Blog articles featuring images of Al Farrow’s “Reliquaries.”
-“Life is found in Death”
“How about using something new to make art instead of paint, markers,etc. what if you used bullets and guns and turned them into Religious Sculptures. That's what Al Farrow did. Get inspired.”
Review of Masami Teraoka’s catalogue, “From Tradition to Technology: The Floating World Comes of Age.”
“This catalogue celebrates the occasion of the first solo exhibition in Japan (July 1997) in which the entire creative history of Teraoka's career was displayed.”
Available for sale for $37.85
Labels: Masami Teraoka
INTELLIGENT DESIGN INTERSPECIES ART
September 05, 2009 - February 06, 2010
”Intelligent Design: Interspecies Art is a group exhibition of twenty international artists exploring human interaction with animals through a collection of provocative video installations, photographs, paintings, and sculptures.”
November 14, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
”Due to the popularity of the exhibition Intelligent Design: Interspecies Art, co-curators Tyler Stallings and Rachel Mayeri will provide an encore walk-through of this provocative exhibition that explores collaborations between humans and animals, the first such show in the U.S. This event is FREE and open to the public.”
Labels: Nina Katchadourian
Marin Independent Journal interview with Ken Goldberg, “Working artist: Engineer builds career melding technology with art - and whimsy”
“Engineering and art may seem worlds apart to some, but to Mill Valley artist Ken Goldberg they're complementary pursuits. Both require a magical combination of creativity, persistence and hard work.”
Labels: Ken Goldberg
“Art (and Craft) for Art’s Sake” blog discussing an event at Accident Gallery, which features work by Packard Jennings.
“Monday, Nov. 23 at 8 p.m., Accident Gallery hosts artist Packard Jennings, perhaps best known for his line of “fallen rapper” Pez dispenser prototypes.”
“Altered States: The Collection in Context” featuring works by Travis Somerville at the Gatehouse Galler at the di Rosa Reserve.
“An exhibition of artworks related to the mystical, the transcendent and the transformative.”
Through January 23, 2010
Dec 2, 2009 7 PM
“Curator Chandra Cerrito and exhibition artists Robilee Frederick, Keira Kotler, Thérèse Lahaie and Travis Somerville will discuss the intermingling of art and spiritual practices, the influence of artists' religious beliefs or metaphysical interests on the art they create and how art can be a touchstone for the ineffable.”
5200 Sonoma Highway Napa, California 94559
Announcement of Christph Draeger’s project, “Black Zero,” one of the first multimedia performance works. The piece was written by Aldo Tambellini and Group Center and ran from 1965-1968.
It is “e-staged in its original form by the artist who created it, Aldo Tambellini. We are very pleased to announce that the music for the piece will be improvised live by William Parker (double bass), whom the Allmusic Guide calls Free Jazz's pre-eminent bass player today.”
November 22 , 6 p.m.
White Box, New York
329 Broome Street
between Bowery and Chrystie Streets
Labels: Christoph Draeger
“Travis Somerville: Tour and Conversation”
“Exhibition tour and conversation with the artist,” Travis Somerville, and others such as Otis “Gallery Director Meg Linton, and Mark Steven Greenfield.”
Posted November 19, 2009
Images taken from Travis Somerville’s exhibition,”Dedicated to the Proposition,” at the Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis through December 12th.
Published On: November 16
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Take a video tour of Travis Somerville's current solo exhibition at the Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery
The Otis College Ben Maltz Gallery is proud to present Travis Somerville: Dedicated to the Proposition on show from October 3 to December 12, 2009. Travis broaches oppression, greed, and discrimination in a presentation of new paintings, sculptures, and an installation for his first solo exhibition in Los Angeles.
Travis Somerville: Dedicated to the Proposition...
October 3 - December 12, 2009
Otis College of Art and Design
9045 Lincoln Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90045
For more information visit: http://www.otis.edu/public_programs/ben_maltz_gallery/index.html