February 4 - March 11, 2011
Opening reception, Friday, February 4, 6 - 9pm
Allegra LaViola Gallery
179 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002
e shtunë, 22 janar 2011
e mërkurë, 19 janar 2011
The Catharine Clark Gallery began the new year with two concurrent solo exhibition shows – Jonathan Solo’s “Shadow” and Kambui Olujimi’s “Love to Loose.”
Lyrica Glory for Warholian.com
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e shtunë, 15 janar 2011
Sandow Birk is currently an artist in residence at Montalvo Center for the Arts
RESIDENCY DATES : Dec 1st 2010 to Feb 27th 2011
"Montalvo Arts Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering community engagement through the creation and presentation of multidisciplinary art. By uniting the broadest possible audiences with a global community of artists, Montalvo expands the role of arts and culture as an essential community resource."
Labels: Sandow Birk
e premte, 14 janar 2011
e enjte, 13 janar 2011
Jonathan Solo: Party boy sobers up with 'Shadow'
by Kimberly Chun
San Francisco Chronicle January 13, 2011 04:00
"Merrily dark witticisms fall from artist Jonathan Solo's lips like worries rolling off the back of a die-hard party boy."
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Labels: Jonathan Solo
e mërkurë, 12 janar 2011
I Like The Art I Like the Art World and
the Art World Likes Me
January 14 - March 5, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, January 14, 6-8 pm
Artists: Conrad Bakker, Marc Bijl, Jennifer Dalton, Eric Doeringer, Nancy Drew, Bill Drummond, Alex Gingrow, Grennan & Sperandio, Aneta Grzeszykowska, Charles Gute, Nate Harrison, Pablo Helguera, Dan Levenson / Little Switzerland, The Matthew Higgs Society, Loren Munk, Filip Noterdaeme, Laurina Paperina, William Powhida, Ward Shelley, and Jade Townsend
EFA Project Space
A Program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
323 W 39th Street, 2nd Floor
Labels: Charles Gute
"WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Smithsonian American Art Museum has opened a new gallery dedicated to examining the history and the latest developments in the art of the moving image. “Watch This! New Directions in the Art of the Moving Image” opened to the public Dec. 10. John G. Hanhardt, senior curator for media arts, selected the works in the installation. This permanent-collection gallery, located on the museum’s third floor, allows for the presentation of the full range of media art practices."
Labels: Marina Zurkow
Humankind just tends to tickle Erin Cosgrove
The artist finds meaning … and humor … in romance, religion and other preoccupations.
By Holly Myers, Special to the Los Angeles Times, December 26, 2010
“Since embracing narrative, her work has grown only broader in scope and sharper in its satire. In her next major project, the animated epic "What Manner of Person Art Thou?," she turned from romance to religion to tell the story of renegade members of a Hutterite sect who set out on a mission through a secular world they find awash in corruption and debauchery and to which they respond with violent indignation. It is a bizarre, hilarious and bloody spectacle, rendered in a stiff but fantastical visual style that combines elements of medieval manuscripts, Colonial-era Americana and "South Park." (She taught herself to animate as she went along, using a combination of Photoshop and After Effects. "It starts out looking like it's made by a bunch of monkeys," she says, "and then eventually, I think, some of it looks quite nice.")”
Labels: Erin Cosgrove