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NYC exhibition weekend!

Exhibitions,Internships — KVH @ 12:22 pm, Friday, April 24th, 2009

For those of you in NYC this weekend, or this month, there are two excellent exhibitions worth checking out.

Firstly, the Jon Rappleye prints that were in production all fall and spring, until this past weekend, are premiering in Jon’s current show at the Jeff Bailey Gallery this week.  The opening was last night, but the show is up for a month.

More production shots at the Dolphin Press website.

Additionally, our very own May Yang had a print selected for the IPCNY New Prints 2009 exhibition (curated by Polly Apfelbaum!) which also opened this weekend.

More of May’s work is available on her website, and the list of other artists in the exhibition (albeit clumsily) are here!

Congratulations to both!

 



I Heard A Voice: the Art of Lesley Dill

Exhibitions — printmaking @ 3:59 pm, Monday, February 9th, 2009

January 17th – April 19th, 2009
at Hunter College with a pretty nice looking catalog 

The Hunter Museum, in conjunction with George Adams Gallery in New York, has organized an exciting exhibition of artist Lesley Dill’s work that will focus on her most recent large-scale theatrical work. This is the first time in its 57-year history that the Hunter has organized and toured an exhibition of this scale.

After the exhibit closes at the Hunter in April, it will travel until 2011 to the Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts; the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida; the Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, Pennsylvania;  the Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock, Arkansas and the Columbia Museum of Art in Columbia, South Carolina. .



FREE BUS to Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair

Events,Exhibitions — KVH @ 10:53 am, Monday, October 27th, 2008

Laurie Snyder has arranged for a free bus for 20 students to the Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair this Nov. 8th. 

FURTHERMORE: she has arranged a discount admission for those students at $10.  Sign up in the Silkscreen hallway, 2nd floor Dolphin.



Student Space Gallery Application for Spring 09

Call for Entries,Campus,Exhibitions,Uncategorized — KVH @ 12:13 pm, Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Yeah, you read that right, Spring of 2009, we’re already talking about it. 

Below is the application form for the Student Space Gallery for Spring 2009, download, fill-out, and turn it in!

Spring 2009 Student Space Application



Current and Upcoming shows in and around Baltimore.

Exhibitions — KVH @ 11:18 am, Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

Many shows of interest are up or coming up in the baltimore area:
 
 

This Sunday is a huge sound and performance piece by the people of Shua Group called Public Moves. Our very own Brian Garner will be helping with the sound portion of the performance, taking place on Federal Hill and sure to be heard across the whole harbor. Performers are still welcome to join in the event provided you take place in a rehearsal on Saturday. Information is available on the Public Moves page.

 


The Great Halloween Lantern Parade takes place this Saturday in Patterson Park, sponsored by Nana Projects. This is a great event for people of all ages, and there is still room to participate I believe. It starts at 7:30.

 


Two alumnae and friends of the printmaking department have work on display at The Brewer’s Art (it’s about time they changed out their artwork).  Jodi Hoover and Adrienne Figus are in a 3 person show there from now through November 16th. Check it out!

 


Gary Kachadourian (someone everyone who intends to live in baltimore and make art should know!) has a show opening next week at the Gormley Gallery at the College of Notre Dame. Gary is a major supporter of the arts and is the Visual Arts Coordinator for the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts. (Think: Art Scape, Book Fair, Sondheim fellowship.) The exhibition is Life-Sized Prints and assorted Drawing Projects.  The McDonalds image to the left is a piece of a life-sized (30′ long?) image.

The exhibition is up from October 27 – Dec. 5, and the opening will be Saturday Nov. 1 from 4-6 PM.

But don’t take my word for it! See for yourself!



NY Art Book Fair

Events,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 12:38 pm, Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Printed Matter’s annual fair of contemporary art books, art catalogs, artists’ books, art periodicals, and ‘zines offered for sale by over 120 international publishers, booksellers, and antiquarian dealers. Admission to the fair is FREE.

LOCATION
Phillips de Pury & Company
450 West 15th Street at 10th Avenue, 3rd floor, NYC

FAIR HOURS
Friday/Saturday, October 24 & 25, 2008, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, October 26, 2008, 11am – 5pm



New York Print Week

Events,Exhibitions,Lectures — printmaking @ 12:34 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2008

New York Print Week is coming up at the end of this month, October 27-November 2. It is a must see. The week centers around the IFPDA Print Fair and the EAB Fair starting on Friday, October 31. This is a  week-long series of lectures, exhibitions, demonstrations, gallery talks and openings focused on printmaking and its vitality as an artistic practice through the ages. These events allow art collectors, artists, scholars, educators, and the public to connect with IFPDA member galleries, museums and non-profit organizations. In addition to participating in the art community, attendees will discover new projects, enrich and refresh their knowledge of fine prints, and expand or begin their own collections. Find out more at the above links or download the IFPDA information or the EAB information.



Pressing South

Call for Entries,Exhibitions — printmaking @ 12:14 pm, Thursday, October 9th, 2008

PRESSING SOUTH is an upcoming exhibition of letterpress printing from the southeastern United States. The exhibit, co-sponsored by UNC Wilmington’s Department of Art & Art History and the UNCW Publishing Lab, is an excellent opportunity for all practicing letterpress artists in this region to showcase their work. Find out more here or download the application.



Mollie Goldstrom: works on paper 2005-2008

Exhibitions — printmaking @ 12:44 pm, Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Mollie Goldstrom: Works on Paper 2005-2008 at Gurari Collections
Exhibition open through October 31, 2008
91 Charles Street Boston, MA 02114 

In her chosen mediums of intaglio and drawings, Mollie Goldstrom attempts to portray the “ambiguous space between opposing states of existence”. Referenced sources are popular folklore, personal myth, current events and environmental issues. Her work conveys a sense of whimsy while contending with allegorical, socio-political, and metaphysical challenges.

Revealed in such series as, Lumbering, or the Miscarriage of Use, Fail-Safe: Hunting and Gathering Spitzbergen, or the series, The Woods, they investigate ecological and global issues presenting universal concerns, which are subtly depicted at the most “local” or “everyman” level in her artwork. The artist reveals, through her intimate use of scale, stories of man’s relationship to nature. Our use and misuse of the environment are poignantly defined through this story-like manner in her art. This is the artist’s exception; to convey grave concerns with humble expression.



Exhibitions in New York

Exhibitions — printmaking @ 2:14 pm, Thursday, September 25th, 2008

Louise Bourgeois: ECHO at Cheim & Read

547 West 25 Street 
Exhibition up thought November 1, 2008 

The exhibition features recent sculptures and gouaches by Louise Bourgeois. The show is accompanied by a full-color catalogue with writings by the artist.

 

Every Man’s Life is a Fairytale… at Larissa Goldston Gallery

530 West 25th Street, 3rd Floor
Exhibition up thought October 4, 2008 

The exhibition features contemporary explorations of storytelling through printmaking. Offering a variety of personal, political, sexual, and literary narratives, the exhibition includes work by Louise Bourgeois, Enrique Chagoya, Amy Cutler, Peregrine Honig, David Levinthal, Jockum Nordström, David Rathman, and Kiki Smith.



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