e mërkurë, 1 gusht 2018

Sandow Birk: Press

Art Shack At the Laguna Art Museum
By Liz Goldner
Artillery Magazine
Vol 5 Issue 1, September/October, 2010

e martë, 8 nëntor 2011

Nina Katahadourian: Exhibition

Library Science, ART SPACE, New Haven, Connecticut.

Curated by: Rachel Gugelberger
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 12, 5-8 pm

e premte, 4 nëntor 2011

leonardogillesfleur: exhibition

Looking at You Looking at Me reflects a clear thread in the di Rosa collection of artwork that engages directly with the viewer and social situations, sometimes in challenging ways.

October 29 - February 11, 2012

5200 Sonoma Hwy, Napa, CA 94559

Kambui Olujimi: Exhibition

Pictures are Words-Not-Known
Curated by Sean Justice

The LiShui Museum of Photography

Premiere: November 4-6, 2011
during The LiShui International Photography Festival
On view from November 2011 - January 2012

Al Farrow: Exhibition

memories of the future,the Olbricht collection

22 October - 15 January 2012


Sandow Birk: Group Exhibition

Chicago Cultural Center exhibition: Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection


e enjte, 3 nëntor 2011

Julie Heffernan: Press

Morris, Barbara. “Julie Heffernan: “Boy O Boy II” at Catharine Clark Gallery,” Art Ltd, Nov/Dec 2011

Travis Somerville

November 3–6, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 7–9pm

Friday–Sunday, November 4–6, 1–7pm

International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211


e martë, 25 tetor 2011

Kara Maria: Exhibition


Prints from the Tattoo Project

Enrique Chagoya

George Herms

Ross K. Jones

Mary Joy

Kathryn Kain

Jen Lee

Kara Maria

Jeff Rassier

Kahlil Rintye

Richard Shaw

November 3, 2011 – January 25, 2012

Please join us for the opening reception:

Thursday, November 3, 2011

6pm – 9pm

SMITH ANDERSEN EDITIONS presents TASTE OF TATTOO, an exhibit that features prints from the Tattoo Project, and highlights the relationship between marking on skin and marking on a printing plate. In our most recent project, we invited ten artists to make work influenced or inspired by tattoos. Five of the participants are known for tattooing and five for printmaking. For Ross K. Jones, Mary Joy, Jen Lee, Jeff Rassier, and Kahlil Rintye, who generally work with skin and ink, the project afforded the opportunity to collaborate with a master printer, to experiment with new materials, and to embrace the spontaneity atypical of tattooing. For the printmakers, Enrique Chagoya, George Herms, Kathryn Kain, Kara Maria, and Richard Shaw, the tattoo project encouraged the investigation of new symbols, styles, and ideas.

e shtunë, 15 tetor 2011

Stephanie Syjuco

Recent Press:

Adamson, Glenn, "Firestarter: William Morris, Then and Now," Crafts Magazine, Crafts Council UK, London, May/June issue.
Bigman, Alexander,
"From a Treasured Vase to a Cutout: Stephanie Syjuco's Solo Show 'Raiders'," Zyzzyva (online), June 8.
Brown, Brandon,
"Bohemia of Finances, Pt. 5," SFMOMA Open Space Blog, April.
Bryan-Wison, Julia,
"Sewing Notions," Artforum, pp 73-4, February 2011.
Haas, Maggie, "Counter-Invasion: Stephanie Syjuco at Catharine Clark," Dailyserving (online), June 13.
Malouk, Elyse "American Road Signs: Landfill Part 3: Landfill Quarterly," Art Practical, San Francisco, June.
Sussman, Matt, "Fake Out," San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 29.