Friday, July 31, 2009

Kevin Finklea @ Margaret Thatcher Projects

Image: Kevin Finklea, Free Falling Division #5, 2008, acrylic on plywood, 23.25" x 22.175" x 3.75"

Sunny Side Up

a group exhibition

through August 28

Open by appointment after August 14

Frank Badur William Betts Gary Carsley

Omar Chacon Steve DeFrank Rory Donaldson

Kevin Finklea Jus Juchtmans Shane McAdams

Richard Thatcher Bill Thompson William Steiger Venske & Spänle

Gallery Hours:
Tue-Fri 11-6 pm and by appointment
After August 14th please call in advance

Margaret Thatcher Projects
511 W. 25th street
Suite 404
New York, New York 10001

Margaret Thatcher Projects is located at 511 West 25th Street, Suite 404 (between 10th and 11th Avenues).

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Dragnet @ S.A.G.E. Projects

Stop by S.A.G.E. Projects @ 333 South Street in Philly to check out all the artists' work that was rounded up in the Dragnet!
For "just the facts" on gallery hours and show dates click here.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Emily Walls and Carolyn Bomar @ Jack Robinson Gallery

Image by Emily Walls.

Where the World Are You?

Carolyn Bomar and Emily Walls

Opening Reception:

Friday, July 31, 2009

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Jack Robinson Gallery

44 Huling Ave

Memphis, TN

Monday, July 13, 2009

Images From New Talent Opening @ The Rosenfeld Gallery

Talking with Vincent Romaniello.
Discussing work with Tremain Smith.
Installation view.
Installation view.
The New Talent show will be on view through August 2nd.
The Rosenfeld Gallery
113 Arch Street
Phila, PA 19106

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Opening @ The Rosenfeld Gallery

Where A Field Would Be, 2008, acrylic on canvas, 42 x 42 inches.
If you're in the Philadelphia area tomorrow, stop by the Rosenfeld Gallery @ 113 Arch Street between 12-5 PM. I'll be showing five paintings in the group exhibition: New Talent.
More info here.

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Closing Reception @ SAGE Projects

A closing reception will be held at SAGE Projects for the Personal Boundries show on Sunday July 12th beginning at 5 PM. Please check the SAGE blog (here) for more details.

SAGE Projects
333 South Street
Phila, PA

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Power House Memphis: Presents...

Image: Dwayne Butcher, It Is What It Is #5.
Power House Memphis presents: Everywhere, Nowhere, Somewhere…
A Power House Director’s Choice Group Exhibition
July 3-August 10, 2009

Everywhere, Nowhere, Somewhere looks at the oddity of humanity with pieces that border on the bizarre, compulsive and the beautiful. Works question labels of race, gender and cultural identity, highlighting the concept of otherness and how it affects our perception of reality. The sense of wandering implied by Everywhere, Nowhere, Somewhere is embodied by installations that lie on the fringes of categories like sculpture and painting, but do not quite find a home within these classifications. Much of the work deals with the negotiation of identity in a world that is complex, mysterious and anything but black and white.The 2009 Power House Director's Choice Artists are: Keith O. Anderson (NYC), Dwayne Butcher (Memphis), Brendan Fernandes (NYC), Marie Irmgard (Denmark), Charles Huntley Nelson (Atlanta), Kambui Olujimi (NYC), Joel Parsons (Memphis), Jonathan and Mary Postal (Memphis), Jackson Dingo Ryan (Eugene, OR) and Tam Tran (Memphis).

Opening reception from 6-8pm July 3rd
Director's Choice talk about Everywhere, Nowhere, Somewhere on July 16th at 6:30pm