Richard Aldrich, Untitled(Grey Corner Painting),2006
Claude Viallat, Untitled Number 318, 2006
Miquel Mont, Pore XXXIV, 2007
David LaChapelle, American Jesus: Archangel Michael: And No Message Could Have Been Any Clearer
Saw a couple of good shows in Chelsea today...A lot of spaces were closed for the month of August but I was very glad I didn't miss Le Tableau @ Cheim and Read. It was great to see this group show curated byJoe Fyfe. The premise was French abstraction and gallery artists who show affinities with it.
Including work by: Milton Resnick, Louise Fishman, Juan Usle, Jean Fautrier, Richard Aldrich, and Joan Mitchell among others.
Also at Paul Kasmin Gallery: David LaChapelle's American Jesus. Striking images w/ roots in the Renaissance.
Last week I had a great studio visit and conservation with Tim McFarlane at his studio in Old City Philadelphia.
Unfortunately, I forgot my camera. Tim is working on an exciting, new body of work that is expanding on his high key color abstraction and developing his personal visual language with the introduction of powerful obfuscating forms.
Tim is represented in Philadelphia by the Bridgette Mayer Gallery. Please visit the gallery's website for more images. Also, check out Tim's blog here.
We will bivouac in a 21,000 square foot encampment, perched upon Sunset Park's western shores. It is an endless single-story cabin with three-story ceilings that reach to the heavens. For those of you who joined in at Transmutation or Stranded, be warned that this is a new conquest, not our familiar haunt.
Campfire crackles, warm bass, and beats from the wild by...
DOK + PETER PRINCIPLE
EZEKIEL HONIG (Anticipate Recordings, Microcosm Music)
SHIGETO (Ghostly International Records)
ZEMI17 (Gamelatron / Space Haus)
Finger-pickin', fiddle-fiddlin' wade-in-the-water bluegrass to be announced soon.
All performers will be playing live sets on a unique octochannel surround sound multipoint system, allowing you to travel back through time and revisit idealized childhood camping and outdoor experiences.
THE ART, PERFORMANCE AND ENCAMPMENTS
Wade in the waters with imaginations of...
Albert Hwang + Matt Parker
The Amazing Amy
Audrey + Chassy
Betty Taopat Kaos + Chris Riggs
Christina+Fritz from HiChristina!
James J. Fenton
Jason Eppink Jeanne Angel
The Jellie Collective
Jurassic Park Slope
Logan + Louis
Megan Hornaday + Seanna Sharpe
Troy Frantz Vincent Romaniello
QMAD, Queens Media Arts Development is pleased to announce the second installment of the A-Lab Forum, a series of monthly discussions designed as an opportunity for artists, working in various media, to present their previous works or works in progress, share their visions and ideas in relation to selected topics and concepts in the field of art production, collaboration, and critical thinking. Each forum consists of presentations by five artists, followed by a discussion period with the curator and attending audiences. Participating artists are identified and selected by the curator / facilitator from a pull of entries for that month. The forums are open to the general public, and presenting artists are selected by invitation and through an open call.
A-Lab's second Forum focused on the idea of “REPETITION”. Repeating oneself has been used as a concept in many forms of intellectual and humorous endeavors, from the start of mass production circa 1920 to South Park circa now. The arts have been no less fascinated with repetition as seen in Sol Lewitt’s drawings and Tara Donavan’s sculptures. The reasons behind repeating an object, shape, material, or yourself is what we are looking to discover in this series of works. All artists who submit works should consider why they are repeating themselves in art, or how they are repeating traditional formulation of art practice, and/or if art itself tends to be cyclical and repetitive. Facilitated by Juan Hinojosa.
Location & Directions: Crossing Art Gallery, 136-17 39th Avenue at Main Street, Flushing, NY. 7 train to Main Street Flushing. Walk one block on Main Street to 39th Ave (Opposite direction of the LIRR Overpass). Turn Right on 39th Ave & enter Queens Crossing (Large Glass Façade with Blue & Pink Flowers). Take the stairs or elevator to the Ground Floor. Phone: 212-359-4333.
A-Lab is an artists’ collective initiated by New-media artist, Hector Canonge. From its inception in 2009, A-Lab's mission has been to promote and forge stronger collaborative projects for artists working and/or living in NYC. A-Lab is an independent initiative whose mission is to inform and assist artists in various aspects of their development. A-Lab's monthly meetings have been designed as a collaborative effort among artists to share resources, know-how, and experience to compete in the market place. In addition, A-Lab highly encourages and supports social activities to take place in local businesses and institutions in New York City. The convergence of the Arts and Community Building is another important component of the A-Lab as members can propose performances, shows, music gatherings, poetry readings, projections, public interventions, and more, in and around the various boroughs.