Coming in early 2014! Video Data Bank’s latest DVD Box Set Publication — "Blood and Guts in Hollywood: Four Works by Laura Parnes".
Sunday, November 10, 1 - 4pm
At the Queens Museum's Community Partnership Gallery. Build your own drone workshop and maiden flight demonstration
Monday, November 11, 12 - 6pm
At the Queens Museum Theater
Tushevs Aerials Over the world video screening
Saturday, December 7, 1 - 3pm
At the Queens Museum Theater
Tushevs Aerials Over the World video screening and Q&A
For Further Information, Queens Museum
NURTUREart’s benefit features 260 works of contemporary art, delicious food and wine, and a lively mix of artists, collectors, curators, and other art lovers in attendance. This year, NURTUREart’s Annual Benefit will be held in the spacious Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in midtown. In addition to the Benefit Exhibition, they will present an exhibition of work by the talented students in their Education Outreach programs. Your purchase of a ticket at any level will support NURTUREart and help continue to present programs that serve the needs of emerging artists, emerging curators, and students.
Johanna Fateman will join us on Sunday, October 20 at 7pm to discuss the soundtrack she created for County Down as well as her current music and writing projects.
"For the soundtrack to County Down I made (or chose) the music I imagined its girl protagonists would be making on their laptops if they weren't so busy bottling their new drug in the garage and killing adults. It seemed like they would be into rave culture, riot grrrl, and mainstream pop, and that they'd combine their influences in both dreamy and sarcastic ways. I also used a lot of canned sound effects. I felt that Laura's stylized video horror world required cartoony and sinister audio punctuation." -Johanna Fateman
Johanna Fateman is a writer, musician, and owner of Seagull Salon in New York. She is a founding member of the feminist band Le Tigre. Since the band's extended hiatus in 2005 she has continued to produce and write music for other artists. Her cultural criticism has appeared in publications such as Artforum, Bookforum, and Apology. The new book The Riot Grrrl Collection (Feminist Press) includes both her 1997 zine Artaud-mania. . . the diary of a fan and a new personal essay that chronicles her experience with the riot grrrl movement in the 90s. She is currently writing a book about the feminist author and activist Andrea Dworkin.
Drew Conrad reviewed in The Emory Wheel
TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual contemporary art auction held in the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, benefiting two organizations—the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research.
Timothy Hull in "Tomorrow is Never", curated by Jacob Feige, at Stockton Art Gallery, September 4 - November 15, with a reception on September 29, 1-3pm.
Stockton Art Gallery
Laura Parnes's exhibition "County Down" at Fitzroy Gallery reviewed in The New York Times!
Drew Conrad's exhibition "Backwater Blues" at Get This Gallery reviewed in Burnaway Magazine!
There will be a series of events alongside Laura Parnes's exhibition County Down:
September 25, 7pm - Gravity & Grace, Chris Kraus' legendary film that inspired her writing career, with an introduction by Jim Fletcher.
October 1, 7pm - Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, a screening and panel discussion about the quintessential 70's series that anticipates the future of television, with Claire Barliant, Michael Martin and more.
Timothy Hull's drawing featured in The New York Times!
Drew Conrad's exhibition "Ain't Dead Yet" reviewed in Sculpture Magazine! Sculpture Magazine
Drew Conrad interviewed for Burnaway's "Lunches With Artists! Burnaway's Lunches With Artists: Gyun Hur and Drew Conrad!
Drew Conrad's solo exhibition Backwater Blues will open at Get This! Gallery in Atlanta on August 24.
Michelle Elzay's single channel video Noon is included in Gulf, curated by Casey Ruble at Center Gallery, Fordham University, August 14 - September 19. The reception for the show will be held on September 4, 6-8pm.
Sephora has commissioned artist Sean Dack to design their window displays throughout the U.S. and Brazil
Sean Dack is included in Galeria Impakto's group show Lumino-City in Lima, Peru.
Congratulations to Sean Dack, who was nominated for the 2013 Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award!
Sean Dack is included in Saatchi Gallery's group show Paper, from June-September 2013.
"Secession Secession" included in Art in America's The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss!
Secession Secession was included in Goings on About Town in The New Yorker!
Gibb Slife is included in More Young Americans, curated by Susanne van Hagen, Marc-Olivier Wahler and Miguel Macedo Basto de Carvalho, at L'Enclos des Bernardins, Paris, May 17 to June 22, 2013.
Congratulations to Meg Cranston for receiving the 2013 Artadia NADA New York Award, which is in recognition for her installation Emerald City at NADA NYC 2013!
Meg Cranston's Emerald City is featured in the New York Time's review of NADA NYC, A Roving Art Fair Finds a Home Court Advantage; NADA NYC Art Fair at Basketball City!
Michelle Elzay's exhibition Devour and her piece Radicchio Octopus are featured in Art in America's Shows You Won't Want to Miss this week, April 25!
Timothy Hull is participating in Sculpture Center's Lucky Draw on Tuesday April 9.
Join Timothy Hull and Future Expansion Architects for a closing party to view The Accelerated Ruin in its completed state, Saturday March 30 from 4-7PM at BAM
Colby Bird and Sean Dack are participating in INCOGNITO 2013 at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, May 9 and 11.
Michelle Elzay in WPA SELECT Art Auction and Gala
Come see Fitzroy Gallery and Michelle Elzay's Devour after-hours on Friday the 8th, from 6-9, for Long Night L.E.S.!
Michelle Elzay interviewed in The Huffington Post Michelle Elzay Shares Her 'No Rules' Approach To Interior Design
Colby Bird featured in Austin 360 Artist captures awe of light in lamp-filled exhibit
Drew Conrad's Debris No. 1 (Crosby Stills and Nash) in the Art Papers Art Auction, reviewed by Creative Loafing 10 Things We Want from the Art Paper Auction
Paul Pascarella's Owl Farm in Cartwheel's Highlights from Art Los Angeles Contemporary Fair
Drew Conrad's Ain't Dead Yet in Art in America's The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won't Want to Miss
Drew Conrad current exhibition, "Ain't Dead Yet", will be part of the Lower East Side Art Gallery Tour featured in Timeout Magazine.