Monday, December 29, 2008
Juror: Steven and Linda Krensky
Steven and Linda Krensky are avid art collectors and gallery owners. They have a contemporary art gallery in Baltimore known as Light Street Gallery. The gallery came about for their need for more space so that they could continue to collect art but also to help promote artists.
Sunday, December 28, 2008
How it works:
• Each member will be given complete creative control over a month during our yearly season.
They will be free to curate and organize an exhibit/performance/community event of their choice.
• Exhibits will be voted on by all members of the collective before final approval.
• Work of all types is permitted.
• Members will have the opportunity to use the gallery space for temporary or short-term projects during our winter off-season,
and a traveling show of members' work will be organized annually.
Important: While we do not prohibit members from exhibiting their own work when appropriate, we are not looking to give members solo exhibitions or to continually feature the work of little berlin members only.
• We allow and encourage our members to curate shows that include the work of non-members. We feel it is beneficial to everyone involved and to the art community of Philadelphia to remain a venue that never does the same thing twice. We will be able to achieve a wider variety by remaining inclusive with our shows.
Member Requirements :
• Attendance at monthly meetings
• Participation in decision-making
• Gallery sitting shifts during your assigned month (approx. 10hrs/month)
• $25 monthly membership fee.
Who can be a member:
Dancers, writers, visual artists, community organizers, musicians, poets,actors, representatives from other arts organizations, teachers,
performance artists, acrobats, chefs de cuisine, athletes, architects, gardeners, longshoremen, scholars, (anyone)
• Anyone with a strong interest in curating as a medium, whether or not you have experience as a curator.
• Proactive people who are excited for a chance to have their ideas heard, suggestions taken, and opinions listened to.
• People who want to have direct input into a local arts venue and who are excited about helping to build something from the ground up.
• People with varied interests and focuses.
• Resume or C.V.
• 500 words describing your reasons for application and participation in the Little Berlin project. This may include but is not limited to a description of special skills and techniques, current interests and major objectives.
• 10-15 images of projects facilitated, managed, coordinated, executed or otherwise related to you with a corresponding list that includes title, medium, date, and description.
• A brief description (a few sentences) that describes an example of an idea for a project or exhibition that can be realized at Little Berlin.
*Application is for a term of one year, after which new members are welcome to apply and current members are eligible for review.
Application Deadline: All application materials are due by February 2, 2009. Applicants will be notified of their application status
by February 13th. All applicants should be prepared to participate in a March 2009 "new member" exhibition.
Please submit application materials and proposals electronically if possible to
Or, if need be, by mail to: little berlin
119 West Montgomery Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Please feel free to reply with any questions or concerns.
Saturday, December 27, 2008
Monday, December 22, 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLAY & CONTEXT: National Juried Exhibition
January 15 – February 6, 2008
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. --- The Indiana State University Art Gallery welcomes Clay & Context, National Juried Exhibition, Jan 15- Feb 6, 2009. A public reception with Juror Sherman Hall, Editor of Ceramics Monthly Magazine, will be held on Friday, Jan 16, 5-7pm. Sherman Hall will give a public lecture followed by an awards ceremony that same evening in the Music Recital Hall, (CPFA) at 5:30pm.
Clay & Context was conceived to draw new attention to clay as a material with fresh significance in contemporary art, while acknowledging the history from which it evolved. The exhibition explores both the functional and non-functional aspects of current ceramic art. The exhibited works not only reflect the personal vocabulary of each of the artists, but the cultural climate in which they were produced.
About the Juror: As editor of the worlds leading ceramic art magazine, Sherman Hall is a staunch advocate for ceramics as a promoter and practitioner. Hall received his BFA in Ceramics from Ohio State University in 1996 after studies at New York University and Columbus College of Art & Design. Following his undergraduate education, Hall was the sole proprietor of the Sherman Hall Studio from 1996-2003. He has worked with Ceramics Monthly since 1999.
Artists Featured: Chris Archer, Lesley Baker, Daniel L. Bare, Dylan J. Beck, Nathan Betschart, Kyan Bishop, Kristina Bogdanov, Klai Brown, Stephanie Craig, Danny Crump, Kit Davenport, Derek Decker, Christine Golden, Mark Gordon, Vicky Hansen, Phil Haralam, Margaret Haydon, Steve Hilton, Kevin Hughes, Michael Jamison, Andréa Keys, Phyllis Kloda, Michael Lancaster, Carrie Longley, Jon McMillan, Cory Medina, Marcy Neiditz, Richard Nickel, Lindsay Oesterritter, Vince Palacios, Margaret Park Smith, Kyle & Kelly Phelps, Joseph Pintz, Derek Reeverts, Scott Ross, Jan Schachter, Sam Scott, Jinsoo Song, Hunter Stamps, Haruka Takemoto, Lydia C. Thompson, Michelle Tobia, Dan Van Tassell, James Wayne, Sigrid Zahner, Valerie Zimany
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
ERIC DOERINGER: Bootlegs, Homages, and Recreations November 7 — December 28, 2008>> The FUEL Collection is thrilled to present a solo exhibition featuring the bootleg paintings and radical artifacts of Eric Doeringer. Crafted in imitation of the originals, Doeringer’s Bootlegs copy the work of over 100 contemporary artists; from Baldessari, Barney and Bleckner all the way Judd, Katz, Kippenberger, Kawara, Koons, Levine, Prince, Richter, Walker and Warhol; his paintings recreate murals of Saddam Hussein that were defaced by American troops in Iraq; his fraudulent VIP cards and collection of admissions stickers from the Whitney Museum comprise a collection of artifacts that employ his paradoxical “aesthetic strategy.” Doeringer’s work is characterized by contradiction: he, the artist, is crafting objects which can be used for their face value, the value for that which they depict—an admission sticker, a VIP card—but only at the expense of its value as an art object. In being an artist, Doeringer endows value onto the pieces by producing them, yet challenges the viewer to make use of them and simultaneously comprise their efficacy. An Honors BA graduate from Brown University MFA holder from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Doeringer has hosted other solo exhibitions in Soma NYC, Apex Art, and Katharine Mulherin (Toronto, Ontario) while also participating in innumerable group exhibitions and art fairs. His work has traveled as far as Leon, Budapest, and Paris. *Visit www.ericdoeringer.com for more information*
Also, the GRAND SMALL WORKS show has been extended almost another month, and they now have all of the artwork labeled and priced accordingly.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Temple University announced today that Jack Wolgin, Philadephia real estate developer, philanthropist and renowned patron of the arts, has presented Temple's Tyler School of Art with a pledge of $3.7 million to endow the world's largest annual prize to be awarded exclusively to an individual fine artist winning a juried competition.
Click here to read the full article
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Monday, December 8, 2008
Ducks make very entertaining pets.
If they've been raised alone, they tend to think that they are part of whatever flock they're around. Sometimes they'll believe that they're human, a chicken or even a dog. They're just plain quackers!
- A male duck is called a drake, a female is called a duck. Babies are called ducklings.
- Ducks are related to geese and swans. The duck is the smallest of them all and have shorter necks and wings and a stout body. Ducks can live from 2-12 years, depending on the species.
- Ducks have webbed feet, which act like paddles. A duck waddles instead of walking because of its webbed feet.
- Ducks' feet have no nerves or blood vessels. This means ducks never feel the cold, even if they swim in icy cold water.
- Ducks' feathers are waterproof. There is a special gland that produces oil near the tail that spreads and covers the outer coat of feathers. Beneath this waterproof layer are fluffy and soft feathers to keep the duck warm.
- Ducks keep clean by preening themselves with their beaks, which they do often. They also line their nests with feathers plucked from their chest.
- Ducks were once wild until they were domesticated by the Chinese many hundreds of years ago.
Most farm ducks are of a species called "Pekin". It is harder to tell a male from a female with the Pekin ducks because they look almost the same. Pekin ducks have white or cream coloured feathers and orange coloured bills. They do not fly and do well in captivity. They are also excellent for egg and meat production.
Ducks as Pets
Pet ducks will entertain you with their antics and eat pesky slugs and snails. A female will produce abundant eggs.
To look after ducklings all you need is a large cardboard box, some shavings or straw, a heat lamp, a feeder and a waterer. As they grow, they will need more space and less heat. Keep an eye on the birds; if they stay away from the heat, turn it off, if they get their pen messy quickly, they need more bedding and more space. By 5 or 6 weeks they can probably be outside all the time in good weather.
Ducks need a deep enough water bowl so they can dip their heads in water 2 or 3 times a day. They need to wash their eyes otherwise they can get dry eyes and cataracts.
Ducks are social animals and will suffer if they don't have companionship. So if you can't make this commitment for the full 12 or so years a duck can live, you should get two or more ducks.
Saturday, December 6, 2008
You Open So Late, You Close So Early at Fleisher/Ollman GalleryDecember 11th, 2008 - January 17th, 2009
The show will open with a reception on Thursday, December 11, from 6 to 9PM.
Featuring work by C. Pazia Mannella, '08 fiber MFA! And also work by David A. Clayton, Jeremy Drummond, The Dufala Brothers, Charles Hobbs, Nicholas Lenker, Alex Lukas, Nick Paparone, Joshua RIckards, Mark Stockton and Shawn Thornton.
Friday, December 5, 2008
Its a worthy cause! Lots to chose from, there is glass but also lots of fibers and ceramics!!
Student Center is 13th and Montgomery!
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Special Collections Showcase: The First Two Centuries of Printing
December 3, 4:00 p.m., Paley Library, Mezzanine-Special Collections Reading Room
1210 W. Berks Street, Philadelphia, PA
Join a discussion on the development of the printed book as we know it led by Special Collections Curator Tom Whitehead. See examples from Temple University Libraries unique special collections. Explore the development and evolution of book illustration techniques, pagination, foliation, cover pages and more hallmarks of the modern book form.
While you are at Paley, come check out the exhibition on the history of fine printing.
For more information, contact:
Nicole S. Restaino
Library Communications Manager
Temple University Libraries
Paley Library, Room M132
1210 W. Berks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents
Wednesday December 3, 2008
11:00am Presidents Hall
Daniel Seiple is an American artist based in Berlin. He is a director and co-founder of Skulpturenpark Berlin_Zentrum located on the former "death strip" within the Berlin Wall. The park is currently one of three sites for the 5th Berlin Biennial. Seiple is also the director of Homie, an independently run exhibition space in his apartment. His projects have received grants from the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (Germany), Hauptstadtkulturfonds (Germany), Kunstfonds Berlin, NY State Council on the Arts, and The Bessies, NY. He has been a resident at the World Views Residency (2001), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, AIM, Bronx Museum, and the Vermont Studio Center. His work has been exhibited at various venues including the Bronx Museum of Art, NY, White Columns, NY, Momenta Art, NY, Socrates Sculpture Park, NY, Soap Factory, Minneapolis, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, and internationally in the 5th Berlin Biennial, m29 Galerie, Cologne, Outpost, Norwich (GB), Autocenter, Berlin, and Markus Winter, Berlin.
Monday, December 1, 2008
249 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
FUEL attempts to fit 1,000 small works in one show, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting local charities.
Exhibition Dates: December 2, 2008 - January 24, 2009!
First Friday Opening Reception December 5th, 2008 from 6-9pm!
I have a few pieces in the show, Tamsen Wojtanowski '08 Photo grad, C. Pazia Mannella '08 Fibers grad and two undergrad photo students, Xiomara Benavides and Meredith Gowell do too. Let me know if you have a piece in the show and I will add you to this post!
Monday, November 24, 2008
We are planning an informal celebration/postcard exhibition as a fundraiser FOR DECEMBER 12 FROM 6 TO 8 PM. This will be a goodbye to Elkins Park and HELLO TO MAIN CAMPUS EVENT.
Please join us by creating a 4 by 6 inch postcard in ANY MEDIUM. The rest of the details
can be found in the attached letter and entry form. You may leave the entries, to be received by
December 1, with the attached entry form filled out, in the bin in the Photography area, Elkins Hall, room 102.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE EVENT IN THE PHOTOGRAPHY HALLWAY GALLERY, DECEMBER 12 FROM 6 TO 8 PM.
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Closing event: December 12, 6 - 8, Elkins Hallway Gallery at Tyler School of Art.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Exhibition "Victory for Tyler" Seeks Alumni Sculptors for Spring Exhibition
The exhibition takes place April 1 - 26, 2009 at the Ice Box Project Space, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.
Eligible media include installations, performance-based work, time-based work, and time-based media. Juror: Sarina Basta, Curator, Sculpture Center.
All entries will be considered for one of three juror prizes sponsored by the Tyler School of Art Alumni Association. To apply, download an entry form from www.temple.edu/tyler/victory. If you have any questions, e-mail email@example.com or call 215-204-6057.
Earlier this year I made an intro post to first year Sarah M. Muehlbauer's work. I tried to post the video she sent me but blogger wouldn't allow it. This is a video from her flickr page of an interactive piece she made this semester, with lots of Tyler people using it. Enjoy!
Friday, November 21, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents
Wednesday November 19, 2008
11:00am Presidents Hall
For the past several years Daniel Bozhkov has been involved in realizing projects taking various forms from ambitious interventions, media events, to discrete objects, paintings, and photographs. Given Bozhkov's fine art training in Bulgaria, his conceptually-driven work is often anchored by a traditional craft or skill, converging old world and new world practices in order to pursue new meaning, surprising connections and provoke philosophical inquiry.
Daniel Bozhkov studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria where he was trained in the traditional painting techniques of fresco, egg tempera and oil painting and completed graduate studies in Fine Arts at Hunter College in New York City. He teaches at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Columbia University, Yale University and Rhode Island School of Design. An award -winning artist, Mr. Bozhkov works and exhibits nationally and internationally.
Monday, November 17, 2008
What are you working on?
What are you excited about right now?
The development of inter-galactic space travel with an emphasis on the physics of pertaining too massive warp speed
What is your favorite sport?
Recently this summer I became the number one international competitor of the sport Spur-Bo-Peez its a combination sport involving Spurlunking, Bocce Ball, and the Trapeze with an emphasis on a mixed martial art performance. Spur-Bo-Peez was actually going to become the 200th introductory sport in this year's Olympics, however a late July accident involving a loose Bocce Ball, faulty wing nut, and some frayed climbing wires killed he previous number one international ranked competitor of the sport. Unfortunately the games commission removed the sport from the Olympic circuit deeming it unfit for international competition. Fortunately for me I was catapulted into the top seed position after this unfortunate accident and myself and fellow Spur-Bo-Peez are confined to performing this overly competitive tasks in back alleys and old mobster basements trying to keep the tradition of this great sport alive.
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Ongoing : F U Z Z gallery in Chicago is looking for all types of art strong in conceptual and theoretical content - particularly within new media. Mail slides or VHS/CD-ROM/DVD cassettes, artist bio, statement, and SASE to: Chase CafÈ, Attn: Sarah Finkel, Art Director, 7301 N. Sheridan, Chicago, IL 60626. For additional information: 773-743-5650 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, November 14, 2008
Natalie Cheung is a first year photography grad, she is working on something that is proving to be hard to talk about in the photography world. Its the most abstract work coming out of Tyler's photography grad program right now and in recent years past.
What are you working on?
I am currently working on projects that involve historical photographic processes and approaching them in an experimental fashion. The images are 22X30inch cyanotype photograms of cyanotype.
What are you excited about right now?
Images: 22X30 inch cyanotypes on grey rives bfk paper, courtesy of the artist.
FLUXspace gladly welcomes submissions for curatorial projects. Submissions would include a proposal, resume, documentation of proposed work (if possible), and anything else that may illuminate the details of the project. Email email@example.com, or mail submissions with materials to:
FLUXspace is always on the lookout for risk-taking artists who would like to show in the space. Send proposals, which should include a resume, documentation of past work, and anything else that can illustrate your proposal. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a packet to:
|Note: Submissions of images may be submitted as slides or files burned onto cd. Digital Images should be in a high res .jpg format, with a limit of 20 images. Video pieces should not exceed 5 min. with a limit of 4.|
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Arcadia University Art Gallery presents
A CLOSER LOOK 7
Phillip Adams, James Johnson, Kocot & Hatton, Lucy Pullen, Linda Yun
Curated by Sheryl Conkelton
Director of Exhibitions and Special Programs at Tyler School of Art
November 13 - December 21, 2008
Thursday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m.
Stiteler Auditorium, Murphy Hall
Panel discussion featuring the participating artists and exhibition curator.
Opening Reception following immediately in the Art Gallery.
Arcadia is pleased to offer FREE ROUND-TRIP BUS TRANSPORTATION from Center City to Arcadia University Art Gallery on the evening of November 13, 2008. The chartered bus will depart from the front of Moore College at 5:30 p.m. and arrive at Arcadia University Art Gallery by approximately 6:15 p.m. Following the panel discussion and opening reception, the bus will depart Arcadia at 8:30 p.m. to return riders to the front of Moore College by approximately 9 p.m. To reserve a seat on this bus, please e-mail gallery assistant Jamar Nicholas (email@example.com) or phone him at 215-572-2133. Reserve now as seats are limited.
"A Closer Look 7" continues a ongoing series initiated in 1995 to present in greater depth the work of selected artists who have preciously exhibited in Arcadia University Art Gallery's juried "Works on Paper" shows. The exhibition features recent work by Phillip Adams, James Johnson, Kocot & Hatton, Lucy Pullen, and Linda Yun, all of whom (with the exception of Pullen) currently live and work in Philadelphia.
Curated by Sheryl Conkelton, Director of Exhibitions and Special Programs at Tyler School of Art, the show builds on affinities between the selected bodies of work and projects-some of which have been realized expressly for this occasion. The seventh iteration of the series, this exhibition offers a speculative review of aesthetics that foregrounds perception in a range of material experience. "Each of these artists has developed a conceptual artistic practice that engages the material world and perceptual pleasure," Conkelton says, "using perception as a means of gesturing towards or modelling conceptual and theoretical spaces."
Phillip Adams' life-size charcoal portraits subtly complicate the viewer's relationship by replacing her with an imaginary reflected world. James Johnson expresses the ambivalence of the artistic position with a brightly lit but partially obscured construction. Kocot & Hatton present glowing hallucinations that record the moment of waking from sleep. Lucy Pullen's sculptures model invisible physics using simple shapes complicated by reflective surfaces. Linda Yun uses patently artificial materials to convey a natural phenomenon, crafting her representation through visual and aural rhythms.
Visit Arcadia University Art Gallery's site for more information.
Founded in 1988, Vox Populi is a nonprofit artist collective that supports the work of emerging artists with monthly exhibitions, gallery talks, performances and lectures. Opening receptions are free and open to the public and take place on the first Friday of each month from 6pm - 10pm.
Vox Populi's programming is generously supported by Philadelphia Cultural Fund, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Samuel S. Fels Fund, Dolfinger McMahon Foundation, The Barra Foundation, Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative (Professional Development Support), Spector Gadon & Rosen Foundation, and Google.
Our postal address is
319 North 11th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
The theme for the 2009 Members' Juried Exhibition at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts engages the latitude, limits, and attitudes with which boundaries are either upheld or transgressed. Lines demarcate parameters, thresholds, borders, and territories, which in turn define the evolving notions of value systems such as nationalities and geopolitical or gender relations.
Crossing Lines can be about accidentally, deliberately, or serendipitously mixed signals in communication; paths crossing or colliding at an intersection; and the blurred, erased, or reinforced boundaries of time, place, tradition, and genre. Artists working in all media are encouraged to follow, trace, push, or cross the lines of this theme.
For more information:
Deadline: December, 1, 2008
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Other RFQ for Multi-Media Public Art Project - Mural Arts Program
This project, entitled “Journeys South” seeks to produce multiple works of art that explore the history, struggles, and traditions of South Philadelphia in a public setting. The project will explore the theme of immigration and migration as told through the histories of the peoples who settled there and shaped its character over almost four hundred years. Eligibility: artists working in any discipline (e.g., visual artists, poets, writers, performance artists) are encouraged to apply. Multiple artists or teams of artists will be chosen for this project. For complete information and application guidelines, click here.
Monday, November 10, 2008
Strauss Bourque is a first year sculpture grad who is a man of few words, apparently. I did force this studio visit on him after a long meeting about relational aesthetics. I will take what I can get. His studio is always changing and right now it is really grey in there, he will have a website made next semester.
What are you working on?
What are you excited about right now?
GETTING A NEW WINTER JACKET
What was the last book you read?
THE MEMORY KEEPERS DAUGHTER
Friday, November 7, 2008
November 1st, 2008 - November 30th, 2008
First Friday Opening Reception: November 7th 7-9pm!! with musical entertainment in the basement! vegan cupcakes for the first few visitors!!!! and free red bull all night!!
Deep Sleep is located at:
54 N. 3rd Street
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Sculpture Space, Utica, NY, invites emerging, midcareer & established artists to apply for a workstay residency in Upstate New York between September 2009 and August 2010. Application Deadline: December 1, 2008. No fee to apply. Twenty artists will be selected for two-month funded residencies: a $2,000 stipend helps with residency expenses. NYS artists also receive a $100 transportation stipend and free housing. No more than 4-5 artists work at any one time, for optimal workspace. The Artist Review Committee, with one rotating Guest Panelist, meets in January ’09, and notifies artists in March of the panel's decision. Primary criteria are quality, originality and potential for growth. The receipt deadline is December 1. For application guidelines, requirements and materials, please visit our Web site at www.sculpturespace.org.
The facility consists of 5,000 square feet of open studio space with a complete system of hoists, movable freestanding panels and two 400-square-foot private studios available by arrangement. A part time studio manager offers technical support. Artists have access to the studio and its specialized equipment 24/7. Please see equipment list on Web site: wood, metal and digital. Bicycles and a communal station wagon are available for local transport. The community and school groups are invited to regular works-in-progress programs. The studio is located on 3 acres in downtown Utica with nearby fabrication shops and diverse industrial resources. It is 200 miles northwest of NYC in the Mohawk Valley. Housing: Artists share a multiple-bedroom shared apartment. Current house is one block from the studio and includes laundry facilities. When more housing is needed, Sculpture Space rents rooms from a former executive director. Non-NYS artists contribute a nominal fee ($125 monthly) to their housing expenses. Artists are expected to stay for the full 2-month work stay. They are responsible for materials, specialized tools, and their meals.
Utica is an historic architecturally & culturally significant postindustrial small city that is reinventing itself with its international population. (pop. 60,000). We are less than a mile from historic Union Station (train & bus) and one hour from Syracuse International Airport.
12 Gates Street
Utica, NY 13502 USA
Phone: 315-724-8381 Fax: 315-797-6639
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
ARENA is based on Shetabi_s examination of live performance, crowds and public space. How does a performer inspire a crowd? Where does this energy come from? Where does it go?
Shetabi came across footage on YouTube of Freddy Mercury, Queen_s flamboyant and charismatic vocalist, and was intrigued by its connection to ideas being explored in the studio. At a 1985 Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, Mercury whips an adoring crowd into a frenzied and ecstatic state. The connection between the performer and audience is palpable. In a recent BBC poll, this performance was voted the greatest live performance ever.
In The Public Sphere, the viewer looks through a peephole lens installed in the gallery wall, and adopts the view that Freddy Mercury saw from the stage of Wembley Stadium in 1985. A vast, undulating crowd waits for the show to begin. The viewer, like Mercury, has become the focal point of the spectacle. Several small and intimate paintings depict Mercury at this performance, both before the crowd and in isolation.
Paintings of amplifiers and a large-scale painting of a drum set, shown up close, face off against a large image of soundproof foam. Ideas of amplification versus absorption come into play.
Forms associated with a sonic blast are painted in a quiet palette of grays. The objects are seemingly in a state of dormancy, waiting to be used. In Fog Machine, a stage and drum set are illuminated in spotlights, either awaiting the performers, or, empty after they have left.
Mark Shetabi is a Philadelphia-based artist who received his MFA in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He is a recipient of a 2002 Pew Fellowship in the Arts. This is Shetabi_s second solo exhibition with the gallery, and he has had previous solo exhibitions at Locks Gallery and Project Room, Philadelphia, and Ratio 3, San Francisco. His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions, including White Columns, New York, and the Hecksher Museum, Huntington. Shetabi currently has work on view in the group exhibition Empire and Its Discontents at Tufts University, Aidekman Arts Center, Boston.
For further information or images, please contact the gallery at 212.989.0156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday November 5, 2008
11:00 am Presidents Hall
Jeanine Oleson is an artist whose practice incorporate interdisciplinary uses of performance, film/video, installation, and photographic work, often collaboratively. She attended the School of the Art institute of Chicago, Rutgers University, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Oleson has exhibited at venues including: L.A.C.E., Los Angeles; Monya Rowe Gallery, NY; Samson Projects, Boston; John Connelly Presents, NY; Bates College Museum of Art, ME; Kansas City Museum of Art, MO; Participant, Inc., NY; PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, NY; Galerie Schedler, Zurich; Pumphouse Gallery, London; Art in General, NY; and White Columns, NY. Her work has been recently published in Performa: New Visual Art Performance, DAP 2007, Documenta Magazine, No. 2, LIFE!, 2007, and LTTR V: Positively Nasty, 2006.
image: Off the Grid (Florida IV) by Jeanine Oleson & Ellen Lesperance
Pew Fellowships in the Arts
2009 FIELDS OF APPLICATION
- Fiction and Creative Nonfiction
- Media Arts
- Works on Paper
The deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, December 5, 2008.
All applicants are encouraged to review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of this website or call or e-mail PFA staff with any questions you may have about application requirements, the selection process, or the fellowship program in general.the website where all the information is, is: http://www.pewarts.org/apply.html
its a completely online application, which lots of places are doing now.