Five questions with Natasha Martell by 516 Arts Grégory Lasserre & Anaïs met den Ancxt, Evan Apodaca, Artereazione+Consonant, Jason Baerg, Ranjit Bhatnagar, Pamela Brown, Krista Caballero, Natalie Carlton, Stephen Cartwright, Paula Castillo, Seoungho Cho, Ian Clothier, Mexican Space Collective, CorpusElectric, Claire Coté, Cristobal Mendoza & Annica Cuppetelli, D. Bryon Darby, Ivan Puig & Andrés Padilla Domené, Robert Drummond, Nina Dubois, Titia Ex, Alicia Eggert & Mike Fleming, Jason Garcia, Steve Gibson, Alexander Glandien, Neil Mendoza & Anthony Goh, Mark Goldman, Catherine Harris, Matthew Hebert, Paul Wiersbinski & Hanna Hildebrand, Stephen Hilyard, Joel Hobbie, Jim Houk, Bethany Delahunt & Luke Hussack, Todd Ingalls, Andreas Maria Jacobs, Tom Jennings, Nova Jiang, Benjamin Johnsen, Claudia Cumbie-Jones & Lance Ford Jones, Anna Keleher, Waheguru Khalsa, Scott Kildall, Eve Andrée Laramée, Hector Leiva, Mick Lorusso, Colleen Ludwig, Te Kahu Kiiwi Henare & Craig Macdonald, Fred Paulino and Lucas Mafra, Mark Malmberg, Matahiapo, Rachel Mayeri, Lynn Cazabon & Neal McDonald, Jaime Smith & Dylan McLaughlin, Daniel Miller, Scott Moore, Stacy Neff & Mark Nelson, Antony Nevin, Justin Love & Jim Olson, Fernando Orellana, Rubén Ortiz-Torres, Nam Jun Paik, Kent Frankovich & Adam Pettler, Carmelita Topaha & Larry Phan, Yulia Pinkusevich, Kura Puke, François Quévillon, DPrime Research, Daniel Richmond, Carlos Rosas, Stephanie Rothenberg, Meridel Rubenstein, Teri Rueb, Agnes Chavez & Alessandro Saccoia, Francesca Samsel, Siena Sanderson, Alyce Santoro, Joana Moll & Heliodoro Santos, Scenocosme, Michael Schippling, Jessica Segall, Bruce Shapiro, Nathaniel Stern, Te Hunga Wai Tapu, Jo Tito, Filipa De Lima Valente, Bruno Vianna, Leo Villareal, Blue Wade, Dr. Te Huirangi Waikerepuru, Te Urutahi Waikerepuru, Nina Waisman, Ruth West, William Wilson, Meow Wolf, Adrianne Wortzel, Marina Zurkow, Christiaan Zwanikken at 516 ARTS
September 19th, 2012 - January 6th
Five questions with Natasha Martell
Southwest regional community and education program manager for Intel Corp.
Gary Gerew, Special to NMBW October 19, 2012
Intel was a sponsor of the recent International Symposium on Electronic Art in Albuquerque.
If someone just happened to see a van completely covered with cameras drive by last month, how would you explain to them what the International Symposium on Electronic Art was?
The International Symposium on Electronic Art is an exciting course of events t... [more]
Art in Review: Flatlanders & Surface Dwellers by 516 Arts Ivan Boyd, Steve Budington, Phillip Carrier, Jennifer Cawley, Cristina de los Santos, Nicole Dextras, Jessica Drenk, Gregory Euclide, Marla Fields, Blake Gibson, Melissa Gwyn, Marie-Michèle Jasmin-Bélisle, Jessica Kennedy, Alex Kraft, June Lee, Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky, Noelle Mason, Andrew McPhail, Zach Meisner, Inés Molina Navea, Timothy Nero, Rusty Scruby, Peter Voshefski, Jim Wilsterman at 516 ARTS
March 9th - June 1st
Art in Review: Flatlanders & Surface Dwellers
Jessica Kennedy: Fusiform, 2013, acrylic, graphite, and metal leaf, each panel 84 x 42 inches
Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013 5:00 am
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Flatlanders & Surface Dwellers, 516 ARTS, 516 Central Ave. S.W., Albuquerque, 505-242-1445; through June 1
Flatlanders & Surface Dwellers sounds like a great gig booked for the Lensic. With a moniker like that, one can only imagine a playlist of high-flying, foot-stomping songs by freewheeling tune... [more]
Kathy has played around with the fiber medium and given it a painting quality treatment. Her subject matter is related to social media and internet. Through embroidery she is attempting to connect the mentality of two different generations (current generation & their parents). . Her works are witty and will make you go ‘LOL’.
Rahman Statik works were interesting combination of black culture and egyptian art. Pretty pretty paintings great portrait painting skills.
Also the merchanise at the elephant room gallery were cool [more]
The last event thrown by this group was also a fundraiser. The event raised close to $3k for the Free Arts for Abused Children. Hundreds of people came out to enjoy a night of art and music and were not let down. While one could hear the solid musical performances of Alligator Republic and The Random Acts of Blindness,they were surrounded by many works of art ranging in style and genres. These events are up for only one night, which is barely enough time to see everything, so get there early. Th... [more]
Peter Saul is likely the greatest discovery for the German market at this year’s Gallery Weekend. Now 79, the vanguard of Pop Art is spot on as ever, when transforming his contemporary diagnoses into colorful mélanges of mythology, Mad Magazine, art history and Walt Disney. An artist-artist, who arrived in the upper echelons of the art world elsewhere a long time ago. Welcome to Berlin, Mr. Saul. — Gesine Borcherdt [more]
‘Considering Collages’: a survey show of collages is exciting by definition because it’s a rare occurrence. Collages, especially the paper-and-glue ( French ‘coller’ meaning ‘ to glue / to paste’) kinds, which are often playful experiments in forms, materials and contexts made from found objects, tick exactly the wrong kind of boxes as far as the contemporary Indian art scene is concerned.But the post 1947 collagescape at Jhaveri Contemporary with 14 artists ( born bet... [more]
From Simplicity Comes Complexity by Kimberly Hahn david cooley, Petra Cortright, Yoon Chung Han, Katy McCarthy, Chris Silva, Tellef Tellefson, Johnny Troyna at Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum
April 13th - June 16th
Historically, skepticism and reluctance instilled a fear that technological advancements, such as television, video games, and the internet, would “turn our brains to mush” and inevitably lead to cultural and linguistic degradation. Curated by Warren Schultheis, Things That Turn Your Brains To Mush (TTTYBTM) explores these fears, by embracing the animated GIFs' (Graphics Interchange Format) nascent application as a burgeoning form of cultural commentary and its contemporary art status as th... [more]
Mary Anna Pomonis with Charlie Hachadourian's art work
The list of questions below were given to Mary Anna Pomonis by me regarding her curatorial exhibition at Vincent Price Art Museum.
1. I read that the idea for this exhibition has been in your mind's eye for about ten years. How did the show remain true to your original vision and how did it change?
In 2009 I was hanging out with Allison Stewart and Carole Caroompas. Allison, Carole and I had just come back from a show I curated in N... [more]
Sandra Vista, February 9- April 26, 2013
VINCENT PRICE ART MUSEUM
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
Monterey Pk, CA 91754 323-265-8841
The paintings in your show, “Meow Buddha” are large and unstretched and represent almost a decade of redacted painting. The effect is cumulative and process is palpable, could you talk about your process and where it comes from?
The process for this painting series began w... [more]
Voices & Visions by Spertus R.O. Blechman, Ivan Chermayeff, Seymour Chwast, Tom Geismar, Bob Gill, Milton Glaser, Carin Goldberg, Mervyn Kurlansky, Art Paul, Paula Scher, Henry Steiner, George Tscherny, Yarom Vardimon at Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership
May 12th - August 11th
By STEVEN CHAITMAN
Design by Art Paul
Jewish artists and Jewish wisdom have combined inspirational forces in "Voices & Visions," a poster art exhibit making its way to Spertus Institute this month.
An initiative of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, Voices & Visions began its quest to communicate Jewish ideas through art by pairing Jewish graphic design artists with quotes from Jewish luminaries and classic texts. The result is a collection of 18 posters that will be open t... [more]
Nabil Naoum – Author and Artist
Signature du Livre Mai 16 de 19h à 20h30
Exhibition Vernissage Mai 23
Galerie Frederic Moisan, 72 Rue Mazarine 75006 PARIS
Art et littérature ont souvent marché de concert. Leur fusion élabore des duos aux accents singuliers. Des peintres-poètes de l'antiquité chinoise aux sonnets de Michel-Ange jusqu'aux annotations ésotériques des toiles d'artistes contemporains comme Cy Twombly, l'art littéraire et l'art visuel ont toujours chanté ensembl... [more]
China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy
at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco
photo by Gregg Chadwick
"I, Sovereign, am the First Emperor; my descendants will call themselves the Second Generation, the Third Generation, and will go on forever after." - The First Emperor, Qin Shihuang (259-210 BCE) quoted by the historian Sima Qian (145-90 BCE)China's Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor's Legacy currently on view at the Asian... [more]
Jani Jan, "Bubble Game 2" by moya Katrin Alvarez, Sissel Aurland, Aziralili, Valeria Bartoli, Figen Begen, Yuna Bert, Sibilla Bjarnason, simon borst, Karl Georg Bramming, Paul Brenner, Marissa Calbet, Elena Churnosova, DMINC, Getraud Feldschuh, Valentini Ferdinando, Ellen Inger, Gisela Isking, Astrid Jacobs, Jani Jan, Christian Koenig, Waltraud Kunz, Sophie Lecherbonnier, Hyun-A Lee, Lingbo Liu, Anna Luukkainen, Marina, Christian MKK, Leonid Bratislav Musicki, Tomonori Nishimura, Zake Prevukaj, Kirsten Raagaard, Carmen Rantzuch-Doll, Maite Rodriquez, Beate Sandor, Meir Solomon, Anga Sterrenberg, Masakazu Tatebayashi, Kasia Turajczyk, Lorena Ulpiani, Elena Valeeva, Dirk Wagemans, Yaffa Wainer, Cecilie Westh, Christel Wollmann-Fiedler, Erwin Wuk, Haviva Zemach at MOYA-Museum of Young Art
June 10th - June 16th
Kasia Turajczyk, "Catch me if you can" by moya Katrin Alvarez, Sissel Aurland, Aziralili, Valeria Bartoli, Figen Begen, Yuna Bert, Sibilla Bjarnason, simon borst, Karl Georg Bramming, Paul Brenner, Marissa Calbet, Elena Churnosova, DMINC, Getraud Feldschuh, Valentini Ferdinando, Ellen Inger, Gisela Isking, Astrid Jacobs, Jani Jan, Christian Koenig, Waltraud Kunz, Sophie Lecherbonnier, Hyun-A Lee, Lingbo Liu, Anna Luukkainen, Marina, Christian MKK, Leonid Bratislav Musicki, Tomonori Nishimura, Zake Prevukaj, Kirsten Raagaard, Carmen Rantzuch-Doll, Maite Rodriquez, Beate Sandor, Meir Solomon, Anga Sterrenberg, Masakazu Tatebayashi, Kasia Turajczyk, Lorena Ulpiani, Elena Valeeva, Dirk Wagemans, Yaffa Wainer, Cecilie Westh, Christel Wollmann-Fiedler, Erwin Wuk, Haviva Zemach at MOYA-Museum of Young Art
June 10th - June 16th