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20120813235647-nick-kline Gilgo Beach - A Physical Absence  
Nick Kline at Open Source Gallery September 8th, 2012 - October 4th, 2012
Posted 9/24/12

           Over the past fifteen years, the “Ocean Parkway Serial Killer” targeted sex workers along this stretch of roadway, ultimately burying them at Gilgo Beach.  It is this series of events that Nick Kline examines in his exhibit, Gilgo Beach.  In a sterilized, clinical gallery space, the track lighting of a traditional gallery replaced with fluorescents, floor covered in stains that contrast the whiteness of the walls, Kline’s detailed, large-scale photographs create the air of a laborat... [more]

20120912165135-weegee Rick Prol "Wee Gee" Review by Matthew Rose  
Rick Prol at Metropolis Collective October 5th, 2012 - December 1st, 2012
Posted 9/12/12


20120912165135-weegee Rick Prol Review... by D. Dominick Lombardi  
Rick Prol at Metropolis Collective October 5th, 2012 - December 1st, 2012
Posted 9/12/12


2012 William H. Johnson Prize (deadline: Sept. 28, 2012)  
8/24/12 Posted 8/24/12

(Excerpt from 'The 2012 William H. Johnson Prize' posted on The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts. Found on Applications for the 2012 William H. Johnson Prize are now available online with a September 28, 2012 due date for all applications The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that seeks to encourage African American artists early in their careers by offering financial grants. The Johnson... [more]

PopRally Presents: Meta-Monumental Pre-Game (Sept. 6, 2012)  
8/14/12 Posted 8/14/12

(Excerpt from 'PopRally Presents: Meta-Monumental Pre-Game' posted on MoMa. Found on PopRally is a program of events at The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 that features collaborations with artists and musical acts, performances, film screenings, receptions, and special viewings of exhibitions at moderate prices. This November, Martha Rosler has her first solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, and PopRally wants you to get in on the action by donating items, from bel... [more]

MFA Watchlist Artist: Nobutaka Aozaki  
5/31/12 Posted 5/31/12

(Image: Nobutaka Aozaki, Names on Starbucks Cups; © Nobutaka Aozaki) Nobutaka Aozaki (b. 1977, Kagoshima, Japan) My work is often made or activated by other people. This method questions the dichotomy, as well as creates an opportunity for a covert exchange between what is considered artistic and non-artistic labor. By making with others I also seek to complicate the notion of authorship, and escape the solid identity of a mere author of an artwork. I am interested in the tension between how mu... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Guy Nelson  
5/24/12 Posted 5/24/12

(Image: Guy Nelson, Sum of its Parts, 2010, Wood, Polyurethane Rubber, Gum Balls, 22" x 43" x 24"; © Guy Nelson) Guy Nelson (b. 1977, Fargo, ND) I am interested in anthropological and natural structures that examine conflicts, continuation, and acts of survival. I explore the aposematic phenomena of warning coloration, mutualism, mimicry, self-preservation, genetically modified organisms, and decomposition. My material choices are specifically selected natural elements and polymers. Education:... [more]

20120419143308-solomon_r_guggenheim_museum-02-600x450 Tom Estes at the Guggenheim in New York  

Tom Estes at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum April 1st, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 4/19/12

Artist Tom Estes, enters the realm of Loonytune physics to create a successful science and pop-media crossover, making a ‘Portable Black Hole’ from the darkest material ever made. The carpet of carbon nano- tubes reflects 0.045 percent light, making it 100 times darker than a black-painted Corvette according to researchers from  Rice University, The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and NASA. Remember the Road Runner Show? Simple in its premise, the Road Runner, a flightless cartoon bird (loosely based on a real bird, the Greater Roadrunner), is chased down the highways of the Southwester... [more]

20120106232704-theorizenyposterweb Great!!!!  
at Wyndham Garden Hotel Chelsea March 8th, 2012 - March 11th, 2012
Posted 1/30/12


20110921074220-1_lubelski Loft in The Red Zone Review  
Martin Abrahams, Emil Alzamora, Michael Ricardo Andreev, Marcia Annenberg, Josh Azzarella, Brenda Berkman, Charles Bernstein, Pascal Blondeau, Gulsen Calik, Soundwalk Collective, Ford Crull, Peggy Cyphers, Tunji Dada, Marikama Dado, Jordan Eagles, Mimi Gross, G.H. Havagimyan, William T. Hillman, Kerry Irvine, Jessica Jamroz, Shenge Ka, Anton Kandinsky, Daniela Kostova, Helga Landauer, Abraham Lubelski, Eric O’Connell, Sandra Rubel, Arlene Rush, Frank Shifreen, Calder K. Singer, Angie Smith, Louise Stern, Barbora Venckunaite, Ultra Violet, Lee Wells, WK., Maurizio Zuluaga at Historic House of JP Morgan September 10th, 2011 - September 30th, 2011
Posted 9/21/11

"Loft in The Red Zone" Review  By Jill Smith   The scene of the crime is littered with dusty footprints, several lines of police tape bar entrance into enclaves, and hot, red halogen lights brighten an otherwise dim room.  These are just a few of the austere settings in a gripping exhibition on Wall Street entitled “Loft In The Red Zone.”   The brainchild of artist and curator, Marika Maiorova, the exhibition came about as a personal response to the remains of her lofted downtown studio after 9... [more]

20110609114034-enger_commanche_moon Neaon taxadermy NY Style  
MATT AND MARK ENGER at Christopher Henry Gallery June 9th, 2011 - July 17th, 2011
Posted 7/8/11


Rico Gatson: On Our New York Watchlist  
6/21/11 Posted 6/21/11

(Image: Rico Gatson, Nigeria Power, 2009; © Rico Gatson / Photo by Hermann Feldhaus) Rico Gatson (b. 1966, Augusta, Georgia, USA) Rico Gatson treats the notion of identity the way Ed Ruscha treats text in his “liquid word” series: Gatson stretches and skews the issue until meaning strains at the end of its logical tether. Gatson combines source materials and reference points from America’s racial history in a kaleidoscopic array ranging from almost abstract to overtly political. In Nigeria P... [more]

Cuban Visions at the Metropolitan Pavilion This Weekend  
5/26/11 Posted 5/26/11

Cuban Visions is an art exhibition and sale featuring over 50 works by nearly 30 Cuban artists. The show evokes the reality of Cuba as a flow of artistic visions. It will open a dialogue between prominent Cuban artists and Americans interested in a deeper understanding of life in Cuba. Artistic mediums will include installation, photography, painting, video, sculpture, engravings, and drawings. Several of the participating artists will journey from Cuba to be present. The show is free and open to... [more]

Pratt Institute's School of Art & Design:Graduate Fine Arts 2011(May 14–28)  
5/10/11 Posted 5/10/11

(Source: email) Graduate Fine Arts 2011 is a free event and opens on Friday, May 13, 5–7 PM. This exhibition will feature work in all media by students receiving an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute's School of Art & Design, Department of Fine Arts. Artists: Na Young Ahn, Emily Auchincloss, Jonathan Axelrod, Eun Kyung Bae, Jennifer Beeman, Elizabeth Blair, Rebecca Borowicz, Emi Brady, Eric Breeding, Carolyn Butler, Robert Caruso, Goseong Choi, Devon Clapp, Biljana Djokanovic, Anthony Dodds, Charl... [more]

Bryan Zanisnik: On Our New York Watchlist  
3/12/11 Posted 3/12/11

(Image: Bryan Zanisnik, One Touch is Never Enough, 30” x 60”, C-Print, 2010; © Rema Hort Mann Foundation) Bryan Zanisnik (b. 1979, Union, New Jersey, USA) Working in performance, photography and video, and often incorporating my parents, my multidisciplinary practice addresses issues of aging and decay, masculinity, the patriarchal family, Freudian psychology, and Americana culture. Recent live performances include the shaving of my head and the transference of my hair onto my father’s b... [more]

Tara Donovan: On Our New York Watchlist  
3/3/11 Posted 3/3/11

(Image: Tara Donovan, Drawing (Pins), 2010, gatorboard, paint, and nickel-plated steel pins,  96" x 96" x 2-1/2" (243.8 cm x 243.8 cm x 6.4 cm) © Tara Donovan, Photo by: G. R. Christmas/ Courtesy The Pace Gallery) Tara Donovan (b. 1969, New York, USA) Tara Donovan builds large, labor-intensive, and site-specific installations out of everyday materials such as scotch tape, drinking straws, paper plates, tar  paper and Styrofoam cups. Donovan takes these materials and "grows" them through accumulatio... [more]

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