Category: Outside Exhibitions

September 11, 2020 Outside Exhibitions

Amanda Valdez: Piecework at The Heckscher Museum of Art featured in Newsday

These 5 museums are open inside and outside By David J. Criblezdavid.criblez@newsday.com  @DavidJCriblezUpdated September 10, 2020 10:00 AM The Heckscher Museum of Art The Heckscher offers a three-part exhibit experience. The first is “Balancing Act” featuring three stainless steel sculptures by late artist William King of East Hampton. The second, “Long Island’s Best” spotlights 100 works from artists of 58 schools in Nassau and Suffolk chosen by a panel of jurors. The third is “Piecework” composed of pieces by contemporary artist Amanda…Read More


March 02, 2020 Artists, Outside Exhibitions, Press

Artnet News Mentions

Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week From the Armory Party at MoMA to the New York International Antiquarian Book Fair, there’s something for everyone this week. Sarah Cascone, March 2, 2020 Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. See them below. . . . A participant at the Wikipedia Asian Month: Edit-a-thon on Exhibition Histories, A Space, AAA, November 2019. Photo by Winnie…Read More

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February 14, 2020 Artists, Outside Exhibitions, Press Releases

Amanda Valdez at the Heckscher Museum of Art

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 2020 Amanda Valdez: Piecework Exhibition Introduces Artist Amanda Valdez in First Long Island Show On view March 21 to May 3, 2020   Contemporary artist Amanda Valdez creates brilliantly colored, patterned, and textured abstract paintings by cutting, sewing, dying, painting, and embroidering canvas and other cloth. Featuring more than 20 works, including several that are among the artist’s largest and most recent, Amanda Valdez: Piecework explores artist’s engagement with abstraction and “women’s work” with fiber. She conjures…Read More


February 13, 2020 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Jeremy Couillard: JEF at Times Square Space

Presented by Daata & TSS February 29 – March 15, 2020 Opening reception: March 2nd, 6-9pm, RSVP: anna@daata.art Times Square Space, 1500 Broadway, NY 10036 Ground Floor Entrance on 43rd St, next door to the Brooklyn Diner, 155 West 43rd St. JEF – An expansive video project by Jeremy Couillard. Presented by Daata & TSS from Daata Editions on Vimeo. JEF is a cosmology, inspired by world building techniques in sci-fi literature, fully automated luxury space communism fantasies and human/computer…Read More


October 01, 2018 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Paula Wilson exhibition opened at Smack Mellon on Saturday

Paula Wilson’s exhibition, Spread Wild: Pleasures of the Yucca, opened on Saturday at Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, and will be on view through November 4. Please join us at Smack Mellon on Thursday, October 4, 6:30 – 8 p.m. for an artist talk! Smack Mellon is located at 92 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201


June 30, 2018 Outside Exhibitions

Amir H. Fallah Exhibiting at MOCA Tucson

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson (MOCA Tucson) is pleased to present Blessed Be: Mysticism, Spirituality, and the Occult in Contemporary Art, a curated exhibition by Ginger Shulick Porcella exploring religion, ritual, cult mentality, and the human impulse to belong and participate, as viewed through the lens of cultural production. This exhibition examines the relationship between “cult” and “culture” and how the museum space, like sites of worship, are places for sustained, concentrated attention and contemplation. Blessed Be links spiritual practice to artistic…Read More

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June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Erin O’Keefe Featured in the Wing’s Feminist Salon Program in NYC

Read on Robb Report. With its rose-hued walls and girl-power programming, the Wing has become something of a legend in its own time. Since the club first opened in Manhattan’s Flatiron District in 2016, it has been regularly revered, occasionally mocked (all that pink!), and even investigated by a human rights group for its women-only policy. But the Wing, which now counts four locations in New York City and Washington, D.C., and is preparing to open two more outposts in California—both of which are…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at American Museum of Ceramics in Los Angeles

Read on American Museum of Ceramic Art. Humor, as E.B. White suggests, is often an uncooperative topic to explore critically. Like our bodies, it is idiosyncratic, can be awkward, weird or surprising, and it can be uncomfortable to scrutinize too closely. Yet much of the art of the 20th century depended upon it. Where would we be today without the rapier wit of the Dadaists, the irony of Pop, the subversive attitude of Funk, or the dark comic vision of the…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Michael Mandiberg and Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Zygote Press in Cleveland

Read on Zygote Press. The printed broadside has been an important vehicle for information in Western culture since Gutenberg invented movable type, and has kept the printing press front and center in the transmission of ideas among social communities since that time. This exhibition examines both new and existing works: contemporary broadsides, printed posters and ephemera that dialogue with the idea of social justice. Many of the artists will be working in print media, but others will carry the theme of…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at Visions West Contemporary in Denver

Read on Visions West Contemporary. Founded in 2008, Future Retrieval is the studio collaboration of Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker. The pieces created utilize three-dimensional scanning and digital manufacturing of found forms that are molded and constructed in porcelain, mimicking the history of decorative arts and design. Our process addresses the conceptualization, discovery, and acquisition of form, to make content-loaded sculptures that reference design and are held together by craft. We incorporate an interdisciplinary approach to our work, striving to…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Jordan Tate Exhibiting at Cincinnati’s New Summit Hotel

Read on Alternate Projects. Alternate Projects is pleased to present Beyond Things, an exhibition sponsored by Cincinnati’s new Summit Hotel and organized by Alternate Projects. Beyond Things features the work of seven artists based in the Cincinnati region and a Cincinnati-based collaborative. The pieces– extractions, commentaries, juxtapositions, collages– are an enmeshing of the material and cultural. All transcend the apparent and in so doing present new ways of seeing and experiencing the things that define our world. The tension between art object and art documentation–…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Sean Fader Exhibiting at the Foundation and Center for Contemporary Arts Prague

Read on Center for Contemporary Arts Prague. Apparatus 2.0: The Unreliable Library is an exhibition resulting from a collaboration between artists and organizers from Prague and New York City. Taking place in the reconstructed FCCA library, Apparatus 2.0 reflects on how we gather research and build knowledge about culture, and on the library as a space for contemplation and discovery. This exhibition expands on its predecessor, Apparatus for a Utopian Image (2016) at EFA Project Space in New York, initiated by artists Pavla Sceranková and Dušan…Read More


June 28, 2018 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Justine Hill Exhibiting in “Techno Abstractions” Presented by Latchkey Gallery

Read on The Core Club. Featuring the work of Devra Freelander, Eliot Greenwald, Grant Stoops, Justine Hill & Norma Markley, Techno Abstractions brings together five artists to create a visual vibration of saturated color and gesture. Bridging a multitude of complex surfaces, this exhibition unlocks a collision of color and untamed visual indulgence. The exhibit is curated by Natalie Kates and Amanda Uribe of Latch Key Gallery. Exhibiting June 1 – August 31, 2018 at CORE: in New York, NY.


March 20, 2018 Outside Exhibitions

Brent Birnbaum at Museum Wilhelm Morgner in Germany

Brent Birnbaum – That’s what (s)he said. March 17 – May 27, 2018 Schroth in the Museum Wilhelm Morgner Thomästraße 1, 59494 Soest, Germany Visit museum website.


August 15, 2017 Events, Outside Exhibitions, Press

Dana Sherwood and dOGUMENTA in The New York Times

Treats, Jewelry and AstroTurf: Scenes From an Art Show for Dogs By JOSHUA BARONE   Photographs by KRISTA SCHLUETER   Produced by LAURA O’NEILL AUGUST 11, 2017 Read in The New York Times. Could a pioneering art show for dogs — supposedly organized by a dog — be called anything other than Dogumenta? The idea came from the art critic Jessica Dawson, whose rescue dog, Rocky, often accompanies her on trips to galleries. “I was surprised to see that Rocky…Read More


April 13, 2017 Outside Exhibitions, Press Releases

Emily Noelle Lambert exhibiting at Art-in-Buildings

Emily Noelle Lambert: Tangle April 13 – October 1, 2017 55 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY Visit Art-in-Buildings’ website. Opening celebration with the artist on Thursday, April 13th from 6-8pm. Emily Noelle Lambert’s paintings and sculptures are vivid, gestural abstractions that demonstrate an instinctual relationship to formal elements such as line and color. They are resolutely handmade and based in the physical capabilities of the artist’s body – no single gesture is bigger than the swoop of the span of…Read More


April 01, 2017 Outside Exhibitions

Future Retrieval Exhibiting at Fuller Craft Museum

Future Retrieval: Permanent Spectacle April 15, 2017 – October 1, 2017 Permanent Spectacle features a fantastical world that reinterprets museum exhibition and display. The immersive tableau includes constructed landscapes, scenic hand-cut wallpaper, wildlife, and other objects that have been altered through the process of digital collection and material selection. Created by Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker working collaborative under the name Future Retrieval, the site specific installation is informed by the duo’s extensive research of historical collections from the…Read More


January 05, 2017 Outside Exhibitions

Michael Mandiberg Exhibiting at LACMA

Michael Mandiberg: Workflow at LACMA January 1, 2017 – January 1, 2018 Read on LACMA. Workflow is a project by Art + Technology Lab grant recipient Michael Mandiberg. The artist uses self-tracking technology to understand the changing definition of labor in the digital age. The endeavor has multiple components, including a one-year sonic installation, Quantified Self Portrait (Rhythms), in LACMA’s Pritzker Parking Garage elevators, and a three-channel video, Quantified Self Portrait (One Year Performance), which will begin at LACMA’s Ray’s &…Read More


September 28, 2016 Outside Exhibitions, Press

Amanda Valdez interviewed by The Amherst Student

Current Rotherwas Room Artist Amanda Valdez Speaks About Ladies’ Night By Sophie Currin ’17 Posted: September 28, 2016 Read on The Amherst Student The Rotherwas Room in the Mead Art Museum is over 400 years old. According to the Mead, the intricate wood panels that constitute the room have meandered from an English castle to a New York City gallery to Amherst over the last few centuries. The panels were commissioned to be crafted in the early 1600s by English…Read More


August 20, 2016 Outside Exhibitions

Amanda Valdez at Mead Art Museum Amherst College opens September 8

Mead Art Museum Amherst College announces Rotherwas Project 1: Amanda Valdez, Ladies’ Night. On View September 8, 2016–January 2, 2017 Download exhibition brochure This fall, the historic Rotherwas Room meets contemporary art as the Mead inaugurates its biannual exhibition series, the Rotherwas Project. In “Rotherwas Project 1,” the works of Seattle-born artist Amanda Valdez bring a new palette and iconography to the historic oak-paneled room. Influenced by feminism, quilt design, and non-Western as well as Western art, Ms. Valdez combines paint,…Read More


September 23, 2015 Events, Outside Exhibitions

Assembly Required: A Wandering Sukkah created by Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank

Denny Gallery will be a neighorhood host of Assembly Required: A Wandering Sukkah created by Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank. On tour throughout New York City from September 27 – October 4, 2015 At Denny Gallery and the Tenement Museum Thursday, October 1, 4 to 6 p.m. To view a detailed tour route click here. New Yorkers famously approach commuting with fierce focus, staring straight ahead of them or at the ground as they pound the pavement from one location to another. Assembly Required:…Read More


March 12, 2015 Artists, Outside Exhibitions

Nadja Frank’s show with Grayson Cox featured in the New York Times Blog

Read on T’s. Multimedia Works That Explore the State of Nature  By Nadia Vellam, March 12, 2015 In this weekly series, T’s photo editors share the most compelling visual projects they’ve discovered. Robert Heinecken famously said about his photography that it is “not a picture of, but an object about something.” For the artist Nadja Frank, her practice — which combines photography, silkscreening and sculpture — creates a larger conversation about the human desire not only to record experience, but…Read More


April 02, 2014 Outside Exhibitions

Jordan Tate: SUPERBLACK opened at Transformer Station, Cleveland

Exhibition runs March 29 – June 14, 2014 Link to Transformer Station website SUPERBLACK is the result of a two-year research project in collaboration with scientists at the University of Cincinnati. SUPERBLACK is a physical body designed to absorb nearly all electromagnetic radiation (visible light, infrared light, ultraviolet light, etc.) and offer the experience of a localized, contained, and absolute darkness. At its core, SUPERBLACK is an exploration of certain dualities – subject/object, void/full, black/white. Tate’s larger photo-based practice further…Read More


December 21, 2013 Outside Exhibitions

Amanda Valdez featured in the Huffington Post

Read on the Huffington Post. “4 Contemporary Female Artists Who Are Shaping The Future of Painting” by Priscilla Frank. December 19, 2013. The year 1913 forever changed the trajectory of painting. Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque were spreading the Cubist gospel, transforming the public’s understanding of not only painting, but of seeing. In the same year, Marcel Duchamp’s “Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2” premiered at the Armory Show, taking abstraction to new heights. These artists did away with the…Read More


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