June 21 — September 20, 2008 H29 presents La Vie en Rond, including nearly 50 artists from Belgium, Europe, the US and Australia. Many of the participating artist have long been working exclusively with the formal vocabulary of the round: meander, dot, circle or shere. The media ranges from wall painting, video, photography, sculpture and performance.
Rochelle Feinstein, El Bronco, 1996 June 2008 In the front studio: Rochelle Feinstein In the lunchroom: Mandolyn Wilson Curator: Dean Daderko In the office: Drawings, with Poems by Bill Berkson reedstudio 506 Greenwich Street, Storefront (between Canal & Spring) New York, NY 10013
Carlos Cruz-Diez, Chromosaturation, 2008 Light installation, 260 x 750 x 350cm June 8 — July 13, 2008 Participating artists Aria Arvelaiz-Gordon, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Julian Gil, Jo Kuhn, Müller-Emil, Dany Paal, Keummi Paik-Bauermeister, Miriam Prantl, Sigurd Rompza, Peter Staechelin, Hans Steinbrenner, Marie-Thérèse Vacossin, Gido Wiederkehr, & Martin Wörn.
June 12 — July 12, 2008
June 12-15, 2008
Work by Billy Gruner June 7-29, 2008
Henriette van ‘t Hoog, Untitled, 2008 Acrylic on wall, 113 x 190 x 50 cm June 15 — July 13, 2008 Participating artists include Eric De Nie, Tony Harding, Gilbert Hsiao, John De Rijke, John Tallman, and Henriette van ‘t Hoog. Accompanied with an edition of 6 prints, 30 x 42cm, 235 euros.
June 5 — August 1, 2008
Study provides the first look at 21st century labor trends among working artists. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announces the release of Artists in the Workforce: 1990-2005, the first nationwide look at artists’ demographic and employment patterns in the 21st century. Artists in the Workforce analyzes working artist trends, gathering new statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau to provide a comprehensive overview of this workforce segment, its maturation over the past 30 […]
Matthias Hoch, Rotterdam #23, 2007 C-print on diasec, 150 x 186 cm, edition of 6 June 13 — July 26, 2008
May 28 — July 5, 2008
Don Voisine, Standard, 2007 Oil on wood, 11 x 11 inches June 13 — August 2, 2008 Thomas Robertello Gallery presents Unpainted – Recent Abstract Painting. Participating artists include Patrick Berran, Laura Fayer, Callum Innes, Bob Jones, Jim Lee, Stephanie Serpick, and Don Voisine. Each artist in this group exhibition proves that abstract painting can continue to provide a vital and necessary voice, visually, conceptually, and aesthetically. Expanding boundaries and defining what a painting […]
MINUS SPACE presents Shinsuke Aso: Postcard (SAPC) — part installation, part performance, part micro enterprise. SAPC is a postcard company run by artist Shinsuke Aso as a long-term performance. He makes postcards with found cardboard, packages, newspapers, and magazines, and then sells them for 25 cents each.
2008 Artists’ Fellowships New York Foundation for the Arts, NYC Gilbert Hsiao Painting Fellowship Gilbert Hsiao Encounter, 2006 Acrylic on wood panel 30 inches diameter Douglas Melini Painting Fellowship Douglas Melini Tight Resemblances, 2005 Acrylic on canvas 26 x 22 inches 183rd Annual Invitational Exhibition National Academy Museum, NYC Edward Shalala Leo Meissner Prize in Graphics Edward Shalala Untitled: String as Painting in Nature, 2006 Photograph Don Voisine H. W. Ranger […]
Clemens Hollerer, Nick and the Beanstalk, 2008 Enamel on wood, 14 x 7 x 7 cm, edition of 100 5 colors: white, red, blue, green and yellow CCNOA announces its new Friends Membership Multiple 2008, created by the Austrian artist Clemens Hollerer. Started in 2004, CCNOA’s Friends membership program provides additional funding for the continuation and expansion of its exhibition and publication programs. To reserve your copy of the CCNOA Friends Multiple 2008, please […]
(photo: Bill Kostroun/Associated Press) On Saturday night, Usain Bolt of Jamaica ran the 100 meters in 9.72 seconds, breaking the previous world record of 9.74 seconds. This was only the fifth time Bolt has competed in a professional race at this distance.