Posts Tagged ‘Exhibition’

Exhibition: Dawn Clements ‘Tables and Pills and Things’

Dawn Clements (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) has a new exhibition entitled, Tables and Pills and Things, currently on view at the Pierogi Gallery (155 Suffolk Street, New York) through 7th May 2017. The exhibition features a new work, Three Tables In Rome, which is 248 inches long series of three contiguous tabletops are covered with […]

Exhibition: Attai Chen ‘A BARBARIAN, A TITLE, & A MIRACLE’

  Attai Chen (Critic, Jewelry + Metalsmithing) has a new group exhibition entitled, A BARBARIAN, A TITLE, & A MIRACLE, which opens on the 9th March at the Verein für Original-Radierung (Ludwigstr. 7) in Munich. The exhibition, ‘A BARBARIAN, A TITLE, & A MIRACLE’ is designed like a collage, created from the collision of diverging and intersecting […]

Exhibition: Jean Blackburn at Rufius Fane

Jean Blackburn (Illustration, Professor) is currently on show in a new solo exhibition at the Rufius Fane Gallery (460C Harrison Avenue) in Boston, MA. Known for her work that addresses the domestic, Blackburn creates fabric elements from bed sheets, curtains, tablecloths, napkins, etc. that weave through the entire installation of various domestic furnishings. The cross-lacing […]

Strahle in Exhibition ‘Three Friends Represent’

Gwen Strahle (Senior Critic, Foundation and Experimental Studies) is featured in a new group exhibition entitled, Three Friends Represent, currently on view at the Bannister Gallery at Rhode Island College (600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence). Strahle is featured along with works by Susan Lichtman and Ruth Miller.

Zlotsky Featured in Celebrating 40 Exhibition

Deborah Zlotsky (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in a new group exhibition Celebrating 40 at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts (529 West 20th Street), New York. The exhibition celebrates Kathy Markel’s forty years as a gallerist in New York and celebrates the galleries backbone of abstraction with impact combined with a foundation of […]

Chen Exhibition ‘Matter of Perspective’ at Gallery Loupe

Attai Chen (Critic, Jewelry + Metalsmithing) is currently featured in a solo exhibition entitled, Matter of Perspective, at Gallery Loupe (50 Church Street), Montclair, NJ from now until 3rd December 2016. Chen’s work is informed by the faded hues of his native Israel as well as the saturated colors of his present home in Germany, he […]

Cabell Featured in Group Show ‘Working Forces’

Mimi Cabell (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in a collaborative installation, One Makes an Instrument of Themselves, and is Estranged Also, currently installed in the exhibition Working Forces at The Soap Factory (514 2nd Street SE) in Minneapolis. The exhibition is on show now through 18th December 2016. The installation is an investigation of […]

Jones Exhibition ‘Proxima b’ at John Molloy Gallery

Mary Jones (Senior Critic, Painting) has a new exhibition entitled Proxima B currently on view at the John Molloy Gallery (49 E. 78th Street, New York) until 26th November 2016. The Proxima b of the exhibition’s title refers to a newly discovered planet visible to us only from wobbles of color that portend the possibility of […]

England Solo Exhibition ‘Excavations’

Odette England (Critic, Photography) has a solo exhibition currently on view at Klompching Gallery (89 Water Street) in Brookyn, New York through 19th November 2016. The 18 color photographs presented in the exhibition, are one-of-a-kind and unique, having undergone a meticulous and labor-intensive process of being partially erased and obscured. This process of manual manipulation, […]

Dufresne Exhibition at Cleveland Museum of Art

Angela Dufresne (Assistant Professor, Painting) is featured in a group exhibition opening on the 4th November 2016 at the Cleveland Museum of Art (11150 East Blvd). The exhibition is entitled Living Dangerously and combines Dufresne’s work with those of British born artist Nicola Tyson. The works on view confront the risks of walking the line between figural […]