Wednesday, July 27, 2011

News: August-October 2011

A few upcoming and ongoing exhibitions:

Circuit, 2011

My brand new video Circuit (a ghost story driven by the inner workings of a 40-year old Datsun Roadster) will be included in Snowclones in Chelsea. The exhibition opens next Thursday:
SNOWCLONES
August 4 - August 13
Opening Reception: August 4, 6-9 PM
508 West 26th St, 11th Floor, New York, NY

ART BLOG ART BLOG is extremely pleased to announce the opening of "Snowclones" curated by Benjamin King (HKJB) and Rob Nadeau. This show is the fifth in a series of exhibitions ART BLOG ART BLOG is presenting at a temporary location in Chelsea, NY on the 11th floor of 508 West 26th St. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, August 4th from 6 - 9pm. The exhibition runs through Saturday, August 13th. Open hours are Tuesday - Saturday, Noon - 6pm and by appointment.
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Antimatter Twin, 2011

My video Antimatter Twin is included in a group exhibition at the Bronx Museum of Art, which will be on display for another month:
BRONX CALLING: THE FIRST AIM BIENNIAL
June 26 - September 5, 2011
Curated by Wayne Northcross and Jose Ruiz
At the Bronx Museum of Art
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10456

For three decades, the Bronx Museum of the Arts’ Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program has helped to demystify the often opaque professional practices of the art world for artists at the beginning of their careers and has introduced the work of these emerging artists to the public. On June 26, the Bronx Museum will open two exhibitions to celebrate the 30th anniversary of this ground-breaking program, Taking AIM and Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial on view through September 5, 2011. Bronx Calling: The First AIM Biennial will consist of a joint exhibition at the Bronx Museum and Wave Hill, the two largest institutions in the Bronx dedicated to showcasing the work of local emerging artists.

Curated by Wayne Northcross and Jose Ruiz, the exhibition will feature sculptures, works on paper, video installations, photographs, and other works by the 72 participants in the 2010-2011 AIM program. All AIM artists currently live in the New York area. Most were born in the U.S., and some hail from South Korea, Ecuador, Brazil, and Trinidad. Bronx Calling will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue featuring the work of the 72 participants, as well as essays by Jose Ruiz, Wayne Northcross, and Christian Viveros-Faune
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Antimatter Twin, 2011

Antimatter Twin will then travel to Washington DC in late September to be exhibited, along with 3 new photographs, at (e)merge:
(E)MERGE ART FAIR
via G FINE ART
September 22-25, 2011
Capitol Skyline Hotel
10 “I” Street, SW
Washington D.C., DC 20024
Visitor info here

The (e)merge art fair celebrates galleries, artists, artists' work and the creative process. The Fair garners support from all corners of the artworld and aims to create an energetic environment of collaboration and discovery.

(e)merge will take place September 22 - 25, 2011, in Washington, DC, within blocks of the U.S. Capitol Building, at the Capitol Skyline Hotel. The Fair will feature dozens of international galleries and nonprofits in the Hotel rooms on designated exhibition floors.
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Rotations 3, 2005

A suite of 3 videos from 2005 called Rotations will be on display at Wave Hill in a show devoted to honeybees starting in mid-September:
HIVE CULTURE
September 13—December 1, 2011
Opening Reception: October 2, 1-4 PM
At Wave Hill, Glyndor Gallery
West 249th St. and Independence Ave.
Bronx, NY 10471
The long history of artists’ fascination with bees and beekeeping has intensified over the last decade with the growing concern about Colony Collapse Disorder. This exhibit presents painting, sculpture, photography and video that explore a multi-dimensional preoccupation with the pivotal role bees play in pollination, environmental health and our changing relationship to nature.

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