ArtSlant invites you to a memorial brunch in honor of Georgia Fee (1951-2012)Please join us on Sunday, December 8th at the Aqua Hotel in Miami Beach from 10-11 AM to celebrate the life and memory of ArtSlant's founder, CEO and editor-in-chief, Georgia Fee. The ArtSlant staff, editors and writers welcome the opportunity to meet the many ArtSlant fans, artists and friends of Georgia who will be in attendance at the Miami fairs. Those who will not be in Miami can still attend the event virtuall... [more]
Posted by Lori Zimmer on Art Nerd NY.
This long weekend, take your extra time off to get your application together for the Solo(s) Project House Residency 2014
I’m honored to have been invited to be a judge for an incredible residency and exhibition opportunity at the Solo(s) Project House, a venue in Newark, NJ that pushes beyond the white cube and instead encourages experimentation, avant-garde performances and an abandonment of limitations. I strongly urge artists to apply who have projects in mind that a traditional gallery... [more]
ArtSlant STREET and Branger_Briz are organizing a guerilla digital street art project called Digital Trail Space. Anyone can contribute, no signup, no login, no passwords, no facebook connect — you can say/draw whatever you want and your piece will automatically be added to the collection and projected all over the streets of Miami on Dec 5th and 7th, culminating on the facade of Aqua Art Miami Saturday evening during the ArtSlant + Aqua AfterParty.
Visit digitalt... [more]
Here, Not There, the third of the Triad exhibitions presented by Arts Guild New Jersey opened on November 17th. Jackie Cruz, the exhibition curator, has chosen an impressive body of works by a diverse and accomplished group of artists to address a seemingly simple, but surprisingly complex theme. In her thoughtful catalog essay, Cruz states "this exhibition provides the viewer with a glimpse into the artists’ interpretations of environment and what space means to them including: lyrical se... [more]
(Excerpt from '103 Participants Selected for 2014 Whitney Biennial' posted on Whitney Museum of American Art. Found here )
The Whitney Museum of American Art is the world’s leading museum of twentieth-century and contemporary art of the United States.
The 2014 edition of the Whitney Biennial—the country’s best known survey of the latest developments in American art—will take place March 7–May 25, 2014. It will be the last Biennial in the Whitney Museum of Am... [more]
ATOA is a not-for-profit corporation run by artists whose mission is to provide a forum for critical discussions in the visual arts.
ATOA will be hosting the 3rd panel discussion of the 2013-2014 season with a topic that will benefit every artist, regardless of age or experience.
A discussion of art fairs and how artists can maximize them as opportunities for networking, exposure and career success.
Moderator: Michael Sellinger- owner of Cottelston Advisors, a visual arts consulting company. He has... [more]
There are at least 22 fairs happening in Miami and Miami Beach this first weekend in December. It's no hyperbole that the art world comes to Miami in December - you're either there or no where. Our Art Basel Miami Beach Special Edition is the most widely read of our special editions. Our staff, like the rest of the art world, converges on Miami and gives a marathon report of the best of the Miami fairs.
Join us by sponsoring our Art Basel Miami Beach Special Edition!
Each month, one of the Juried Winners from the ArtSlant Prize Showcase Series is selected to exhibit in the Chicago Loop. We are very pleased to present a special exhibition by Emily Hermant to close out the ArtSlant Prize 2013 Chicago exhibitions. Hermant's intricate creations use thousands of nails and hundreds of feet of thread to visualize the sounds of hesitations commonly used in everyday language. So, um, check it out at the corner of State and Adams in the Chicago Loop on... [more]
NEW PRINTS BY DAN CAMERON by Michael Bramwell Lauren Abshire, Kamrooz Aram, Richard Artschwager, Tauba Auerbach, AWG, Glen Baldridge, Colby Bird, Michael Bramwell, Noah Breuer, Tamar Cohen, Ann Conner, Ian Cooper, William Criswell, Elizabeth Deasy, Hope Dector, Tomory Dodge, Carroll Dunham, Orna Feinstein, Elise Ferguson, Steven H. Ford, Jesse Gottesman, Joanne Greenbaum, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Ann Hamilton, Denise Hawrysio, Adriane Herman, John Himmelfarb, Robert Howsare, Matt Keegan, William Kentridge, Andrew Kozlowski, Jennifer Marshall, Chris Martin, Suzanne McClelland, John L. Moore, Laura Moriarty, Jill Moser, Doris Neidl, Danica Phelps, Adam Pitt, Paula Praeger, Erika Radich, Susan Rothenberg, Anthony Ryan, Jackie Saccoccio, Alison Sahmel, Phil Sanders, Larry Schulte, Mindy Shapero, Shinique Smith, Joan Snyder, Richard Tuttle, and May Yang. at IPCNY International Print Center New York
April 23rd, 2009 - April 30th, 2009
Essay by Dan Cameron
The parallel worlds of printmaking on the one hand, and painting and sculpture on the other, have had a long history of close but unequal interaction. Countless wielders of the paintbrush and chisel have, over the centuries, turned to printmaking primarily as a way of expanding the circulation of their work, so that the arduous and time-consuming creation of unique images can be offset by means of an inherently reproducible medium. But the art world has not always ex... [more]
DongSook Jang, Fiesta II 20.8" x 18.9" Oil on Canvas and Mixed Media 2013
There are times in history when a certain consciousness prevails—anxiety, tension, exuberance or excitement. Similarly, there are times in each individual's life, when things change, and a new direction brings a change in mood.
The artist, DongSook Jang, after a long and distinguished career both painting and teaching traditional, impressionistic, color-filled landscapes, has turned her eye, her brush and her palette to a bri... [more]
Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori aims to revive the link that universally binds our consciousness regardless of language, custom, or location.
Sean Kelly is delighted to announce that, as part of the exhibition Rebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori at Japan Society Gallery in New York, Mariko Mori will present an exclusive, site-specific performance, entitled Oneness. The performance is related to the sculptural installation Ring in the indoor garden of Japan Society and reflec... [more]
Phaidon Press and Smyth Tribeca, a Thompson Hotel invite you to celebrate the publication of Wild Art by David Carrier and Joachim Pissarro Thursday, November 7.
ABOUT THE BOOK Wild Art is a visual exploration of everything and anything from outside the exclusive and rarefied spectrum of the ‘Art World’. It will present a highly illustrated account of the most exciting examples of the vast multitude of ‘other’ art worlds – mostly left unmentioned... [more]
(Excerpt from 'Flag New York City' posted on Performa 13. Found here http://13.performa-arts.org/event/Flag-New-York-City)
Founded by RoseLee Goldberg in 2004, Performa is the leading organization dedicated to exploring the critical role of live performance in the history of twentieth-century art.
Flag New York City is an outdoor flag project involving 60 international artists, each making a statement with their own specially designed flags, which will be flown in various locations around the city during Performa 13. While the project... [more]
(Excerpt from 'Iranian New Wave 1960s-1970s (Film Series)' posted on Asia Society. Found here http://asiasociety.org/new-york/iranian-new-wave-1960s-1970s-film-series)
This film series is organized in conjunction with the Iran Modern exhibition, on view through January 5, 2014.
This film series features rarely screened films of the Iranian New Wave, an exceptional film movement that took place before the 1979 Islamic Revolution. During the cosmopolitan and yet turbulent period of the 1960s-1970s, an auteur cinema emerged and responded actively to th... [more]