March 20th, 2004 - April 17th, 2004
added over 3 years ago
MONIKA WEISS VESSELS
March 20 – April 17, 2004
Installation, Sculpture, Drawing
Saturday, March 20
Introductions: Drawing with Body, Drawing with Sound 1-2 PM
Opening Performance 3 PM
Sound in collaboration with Stephen Vitiello.
Reception 5 – 6 PM
Artist Talk Thursday, April 8, 6:30 PM Moderated by Nathalie Angles, Director, International Residency Program...
June 30th, 2004 - July 31st, 2004
added almost 5 years ago
Black Milk is a group exhibition that brings together young contemporary artists whose work touches on issues related to suicide. As a heightened awareness about mental illness permeates our culture and the taboo surrounding suicide is progressively reduced, works dealing with suicide begin to appear more frequently on the art scene. Focusing on a psychological approach to the subject, the show aims t...
July 15th, 2004 - August 8th, 2004
added over 2 years ago
ARTISTS SPACE, NEW YORK
12 Curators select 12 Artists. The show presents the work of twelve emerging artists who are at a particular moment in their artistic career described as their 'salad days'. Ten emerging curators were invited by Artists Space to collaborate with them and each select one artist for this exhibition. Each curator brings to the table their unique curatorial perspec...
March 17th, 2005 - May 7th, 2005
added almost 4 years ago
Are We Having Fun Yet? explores fun, a uniquely American pathology, from the unapologetically joyful surface to the dark, deadpan underbelly. Smiles take on frightening proportions, nuns enjoy cigarette breaks, and artists get hit in the head by flying objects. Straightforward and sublime, subversive and perverse, Are We Having Fun Yet? invites you to have the last laugh.Project Diversity is a...
April 21st, 2005 - May 21st, 2005
added over 1 year ago
COLLAGE signs & surfaces
April 21 – May 21, 2005
PAVEL ZOUBOK GALLERY is pleased to announce the opening of COLLAGE: signs & surfaces , a large-scale survey exhibition of modern and contemporary collage featuring seventy-seven works by seventy-seven artists, includingRomare Bearden, Joe Brainard, Joseph Cornell, Ray Johnson, Richard Hamilton, Robert Motherwell, Lee Krasner and Fred Tomaselli . Plea...