Realization of Form: Masterworks of Japanese Bamboo Art
Opening Reception: Friday, March 16, 6-9 pm
Exhibiting at Jason Jacques Gallery
29 East 73rd St, Apt. 1
New York, NY 10021
Artists' Reception: Friday, August 25, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, August 11, 5-7 pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, August 12, 3-4 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, July 28, 5-7 pm
Artist Workshop: Saturday, July 29, 4-5 pm
Artists' Reception: Friday, June 30, 5-7 pm
at Joan B Mirviss LTD
39 East 78th Street
New York, NY 10075
Opening: Wednesday, June 14, 5-8 pm
Artist Reception: 5-7 pm, Friday, August 26
Artist Reception: 5-7 pm, Friday, July 29
Artist Demonstration: Saturday, July 30
Artist Reception: 5-7 pm, Friday, July 8
Opening Reception: 5-7 pm, Friday, June 3
Exhibition organized by TAI Modern for the Japanese Friendship Garden of San Diego, CA
Artist Reception: Friday, August 28, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, July 31, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, June 5, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, Dec. 12, 5-7 pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, Dec. 13, 2-3 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, August 29, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, August 8, 5-7 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, July 25, 5-7 pm
Bamboo Demonstration: Sunday, July 27, 2-3:30 pm
Artist Reception: Friday, May 16, 5-7 pm
Presented in conjunction with Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago
[Short] Assemblages: New and Retrospective [LONG]Jan Ernst Adlmann is a Santa Fe resident well-known as a former museum director and curator, lecturer and writer, whose strange and wonderful sculptures have attracted a strong following over the last decade. Adlmann will present both new work and a selection of past favorites on loan from some of his collectors.
[SHORT]Artist's Reception: Friday, November 20, 5:30-7:30[LONG]Ku pairs a sexually-frank wit with uncanny tableaus featuring solitary reveries and mysterious social rituals enacted by an array of id-dominated young adults and children. Her graphite, ink and watercolor drawings are characterized by vital and expressive linework, exquisite detail, and a judicious application of color and pattern. This exhibition coincides with the artist's invitation to create a limited-edition lithograph at the University of New Mexico's Tamarind Institute.
[LONG]"Elsewhere the sky is the roof of the world; but here the earth was the floor of the sky." --Willa Cather, Death Came to the Archbishop Curator David Hundley, an independent design consultant and the exhibit designer for the show "Hearst the Collector" at LACMA, sees Whitaker's works play out in front of him every day in New Mexico. Linda Whitaker's oil pastels were created in 1985-86 and 1990, when the artist was the recipient of two residencies from the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos. Rendering the shapes and colors in a style reminiscent of early modernists such as Marsden Hartley and Arthur Dove, Whitaker's powerful landscapes remain fresh and vital.
[LONG]The three artists in this exhibition each use media and techniques associated with textiles but conceptualize their work in a way that blurs and redefines traditional understandings of the 'canvas.'
[LONG]Katherine Lee's paintings transform familiar settings into scenes at once familiar and unnerving. In 2006, the artist spent a semester in Brazil studying art and language. During her time abroad, she produced a series of imagined landscapes using a signature combination of spray paint, transfer paper and oil paint. The resulting images, entitled "Exteriors," depict spaces of suspended action and endless possibility, unmanned but not abandoned.
[LONG]Minidoka is Shimomura's fourth series of paintings about the internment experience of the 120,000 American citizens and residents of Japanese descent who were held under military guard after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Shimomura's clean, flat style, drawn from American comic books and Japanese ukiyo-e, draws viewers in with its pop art appeal, before confronting them with bold, pointed tableaux of racism and ignorance.
[LONG]Robert Fantozzi, Flor Garduno, Graciela Iturbide, Rachelle Mozman and Rene Pena. This exhibition brings together a group of artists from Mexico, Peru, Panama and Cuba whose photographs explore their subjects' connections, both expected and unexpected, to their cultural and geographical context.
Curated by Cyndi Conn
Rita Bard, Jennifer Hoag, Fay Ku, Katherine Lee, Kim Russo, Tuscany Wenger.
[SHORT]Larsen explores minimal sculpture and the detritus of consumer culture in his first solo exhibition at Eight Modern. [LONG]Larsen's evolving exploration of the detritus of consumer culture and minimal sculpture reaches a remarkable culmination in his first solo exhibition at Eight Modern. Larsen transforms salvage material into intimate, evocative forms that he calls constructed objects. Larsen, a longtime resident of Santa Fe, was awarded a grant from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation earlier this year.
[SHORT]Nancy Youdelman explores the threads that connect memory and objects with her mixed-media sculptures, assembled from vintage clothing and found objects. [LONG]Nancy Youdelman has been transforming vintage clothing with found objects - photographs, letters, jewelry, buttons and even plant material - for close to 40 years, ever since her involvement with the CalArts Feminist Art Program and Womanhouse in the 1970s. Youdelman's mixed-media sculptures and reliefs explore the threads that connect memory and objects, interweaving broader themes such as love, death, history and femininity. Artist Reception: Friday, April 11, 5:30-7:30
[LONG]This solo show focuses on three-dimensional computer graphics on aluminum and paper produced by Davis from 2004 to 2007.
This solo exhibition of works by Efren Candelaria features an array of minimalist graphite drawings on wood veneer and paper as well as a multi-media installation. The artist eschews geometric perfection for the inevitable curves and bumps of freehand drawing, and takes inspiration from ideas about numbers, time, space and seriality.
[SHORT]A group exhibition featuring works of art inspired by fairy tales. [LONG]With works by Jessica Abel, Jim Dine, David Hockney, Peregrine Honig, Fay Ku, Ted Larsen, Elizabeth "Grandma" Layton, Adela Leibowitz, David Levinthal, Paula Rego, Kiki Smith, and Richard Tuttle. This exhibition illuminates and challenges the traditional interpretations of fairy tales. Stories heard in childhood exert a powerful pull on the artists participating in Once There Was, who take on the powerful role of storyteller. Their modern reworkings of old tales draw upon familiar narratives and imagery for their cultural resonance.
Featuring works by Ramona Sakiestewa and G. Peter Jemison, two of the United States' most celebrated Native American artists, this exhibition specifically confronts issues of cross-cultural communications and interdisciplinary practice. Artists' Reception on August 17, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
[SHORT] Walter Dusenbery, Ming Fay, Robert Lobe, Robert Mangold, Celeste Roberge, John Ruppert, Nancy Youdelman [LONG] Eight Modern will celebrate its grand opening with the inaugural exhibit, Modern Dimensions: Contemporary American Sculpture. The exhibition brings together works by seven American sculptors: Walter Dusenbery, Ming Fay, Robert Lobe, Robert Mangold, Celeste Roberge, John Ruppert, and Nancy Youdelman. Each of these highly-acclaimed artists explores diverse facets of contemporary sculpture and integrates conceptual and aesthetic ideas in bold, new terms.