e premte, 27 maj 2011

Al Farrow: Press

Al Farrow's "Menorah X" mentioned in the review of the "Gun and Knife Show" at Centraltrak.


Adam Chapman: Exhibition

Adam Chapman exhibit "The Starling Drawings" at Kopeikin Gallery May 21st - July 9th.

Kopeikin Gallery

Lincoln Schatz: Video Clip

Video artist Lincoln Schatz posts a generative "Portrait of Selden Paterso" on his website.

Check it!

Kara Maria, Ray Belder: Exhibition

Both Kara Maria and Ray Beldner will be part of an upcoming group show at Beacon Arts called "Tel-Art-Phone," which explores "the creative process by mimicking the classic children’s game of 'Telephone.'”


Sandow Birk: Press

Sandow Birk featured in WQED Horizons clip showcasing the group show: "Dis[locating] Culture: Contemporary Islamic Art in America" currently at the Michael Berger Gallery.

WQED Horizons

Anthony Discenza, Packard Jennings: Exhibition

Both Anthony Discenza and Packard Jennings will be included in a group show at the di Rosa Gatehouse Gallery called: "Zombie-Proof House."

Zombie-Proof House

e shtunë, 14 maj 2011

Al Farrow, Sandow Birk: Press

Fellah, Nadiah.American Qur’an: Sandow Birk at Catharine Clark.” New American Painting. April 19, 2011

Please follow the link for the full article: New American Painting

Sandow Birk: Press

Hussain, Reem Alalusi. The Homogenising Impulse, Canvas Guide, May 2011
For the full article follow the link below:
Canvas Guide

Al Farrow: Blog

Great images of Al Farrow's recent work!


by Israel Baumgartner

Sandow Birk: Press

Shaw, Kurt. “Islamic art exhibit looks at an old culture in a new place.” PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW. Sunday, May 8, 2011

"The exhibit features the works of nine artists, many of whom are of Middle Eastern heritage but live in this country. It was co-curated by gallery owner Michael Berger and Islamic-art scholar Reem Alalusi of Washington, D.C."

"The exhibit comes on the heels of another local Islamic-themed exhibit, "The Word of God: Sandow Birk's American Qur'an" at The Andy Warhol Museum, which closed May 1. A small area at the Michael Berger Gallery contains several of Birk's "American Qur'an" pieces for those who missed the larger show. AQlthough he professes no faith, the Los Angeles-based artist was interested in the Qur'an because of the pervasive media stereotyping about Islam and Muslims in the post-9/11 world."

Sandow Birk: Press

Bad at Sports

Episode 296: Butler and Cain


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