April, 2015

Cassandra Straubing: A Fragile Narrative

Cassandra Straubing: A Fragile Narrative

Through her sculptural glasswork, Cassandra Straubing addresses issues of domestic and industrial labor. Her exhibition explores the sociological aspects of working-class garments and tools of blue-collar labor, and how the objects might symbolize a person’s economic and social position as well as their gender role. The exhibition will include pieces the artist created by employing […]

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The European Cultural Centre hosts during the next Venice Biennale

Exhibitions open 9 May – 22 November 2015, 10 am – 6 pm, Tuesdays closed, preview 7 and 8 May 2015 FREE ENTRY The National Pavilion of the Philippines at Palazzo Mora The National Pavilion of the Seychelles at Palazzo Mora The National Pavilion of Mongolia at Palazzo Mora and “Personal Structures – Crossing Borders” […]

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Naomie Kremer: Age of Entanglement

Naomie Kremer: Age of Entanglement

Age of Entanglement will include video, hybrid paintings and hybrid sculptures. Combining large-scale, intensely colored abstract paintings with video projections, Kremer creates hybrids that blur the distinction between the two mediums and alter the physical relationship one normally has to painting. A consistent underlying principle in Kremer’s work has been a disruption of the painted […]

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Amy M. Ho: Red Rooms

Amy M. Ho: Red Rooms

Amy M. Ho will create a hyper-artificial environment that envelops the viewer and transforms the sense of space by projected light and shadows. Red Rooms is a two-channel video projection that was created by the artist photographing two views of a miniature architectural model lit in two different ways — one lit from in front […]

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You’re Invited to ArtWorks:  A Benefit for Arts Gowanus

You’re Invited to ArtWorks: A Benefit for Arts Gowanus

Join us to celebrate arts and the artists in the Gowanus neighborhood, AND TAKE HOME ONE PIECE OF ORIGINAL ARTWORK from a Gowanus artist. All while supporting the critical mission of Arts Gowanus to support, promote, and advocate for local artists and a sustainable arts community in the Gowanus neighborhood. Bring your fellow art lovers. […]

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Talking Art: Artists Using Technology to Increase Visibility

Artists Using Technology to Increase Visibility Daniel Milnor, Photographer at Large, Blurb Inc. Thursday, May 14, 2015 7pm With a vast percentage of the world connected through modern technology, the opportunity for artists to capitalize on technology is real. Milnor believes that understanding the nuance of how certain technologies work is key to understanding how […]

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States of Mind, new work by Shanee Epstein opens April 30th

States of Mind, new work by Shanee Epstein opens April 30th

For her fifth solo show at 440 Gallery artist Shanee Epstein exhibits spatial give and take, the shifting between the simple and the complex, the narrative and the abstract, and the geometry of shape with the sensuality of color and texture. This body of work consists of collages using handmade paper and fragments of earlier […]

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ICA Live! Margaret Noble: Resonating Objects

ICA Live! Margaret Noble: Resonating Objects

San Diego-based artist Margaret Noble creates interdisciplinary work including sound, sculpture, installation and performance art. Her workexplores themes such as memory, dream, history, science fiction, identity and semiotics. For ICA Live! on Friday, May 1, Noble will present three sound sculptures with which visitors are invited to interact. To make the pieces, Noble used a […]

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Sophia Allison and Leanne Lee: Passage

ICA Front Windows Passage by Sophia Allison and Leanne Lee is composed of used coffee filters that have been dried, ironed, color treated and stitched together into organic forms. The artists arrange the forms into clusters to create an installation reminiscent of a floral environment. Allison is known for her paper and textile pieces often […]

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Throckmorton Fine Art is presenting a major show of more than thirty rare and vintage photographs of FRIDA KAHLO

Throckmorton Fine Art is presenting a major show of more than thirty rare and vintage photographs of FRIDA KAHLO

THROCKMORTON FINE ART has announced a major show of photographic art, “Mirror Mirror….Frida Kahlo Photographs” featuring more than thirty rare and vintage photographs of the Mexican artist by 20 of the most legendary photographers of the 20th century, from May 21 to September 12, 2015. The Throckmorton (www.throckmorton-nyc.com) show is being staged to coincide with […]

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Talking Art: And the beat goes on…

In conjunction with the current exhibition Bruce Conner: Somebody Else’s Prints, the ICA will host a panel discussion titled And the beat goes on… And the beat goes on… will be a conversation among today’s Bay Area artists who, continuing in the vein of Conner’s unconventional ideas, are taking a creative approach to printmaking. This […]

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Brooklyn Color/Form, a Pop-up Exhibition of Brooklyn Artists in Greenwich’s Bucolic Backcountry

Brooklyn Color/Form, a Pop-up Exhibition of Brooklyn Artists in Greenwich’s Bucolic Backcountry

Brooklyn, NY – A diverse array of artwork by six Brooklyn-based artists, including Ella Yang, will be on display for three weekends at a property which, since its origins, has been destined to showcase contemporary art. Distinguished by clean lines, soaring ceilings and gleaming white walls, the flowing spaces of this Greenwich country home call […]

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