The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) presents new work by Artist-in-Residence Sarah Sze. Celebrate her first solo exhibition in the Philadelphia area on Friday, December 13th with an artist lecture at 5:30PM and reception until 8PM. This show, on view through April 6, 2014, will culminate with a publication.Continue Reading →
BAM has partnered with the nonprofit artist-fair collective NADA to commission 12 of the most exciting emerging visual artists working today. Individually sleeved in an archival linen folder, these limited-edition prints were created by artists Joshua Abelow, Sascha Braunig, Sarah Crowner, Alex Da Corte, Michael DeLucia, Christian Holstad, Zak Kitnick, Margaret Lee, Sam Moyer, Ulrike Müller, Zak Prekop, and Michael Williams.Continue Reading →
The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA) present Tracey Emin: Angel without You, the first American museum exhibition dedicated to the acclaimed British artist. On view December 4, 2013, through March 9, 2014, the exhibition is the first to focus on Emin’s use of neon, a medium that has played an essential role in the development of her practice.Continue Reading →
Join the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) this Saturday November 16th at their 2013 Graduate Open House to learn more about their top-ranked graduate and certificate programs. Interact with graduate faculty, current students and admissions representatives as you gain an insider’s view of MICA’s graduate community, facilities and resources. The program includes guided tours by current students of studios, critique and exhibition spaces, and research labs, and small-group breakout sessions.Continue Reading →
VCUarts Department of Painting + Printmaking, a national leader in fostering innovative studio research and practice, is committed to broadening the understanding of two-dimensional media in all its forms. Graduate students engage in two years of full-time course work and studio research aimed at a sustainable profession of artistic inquiry. Applications from artists seeking to cross boundaries between disciplines are welcome.Continue Reading →
Andrea Mary Marshall’s newest work explores iconography, identity, and the binary self by targeting two iconic figures from Japan and the United States: the Geisha, an apogee of femininity and beauty, as well as artistry and skill, and the rock ‘n’ roll icon Elvis, the embodiment of rebel-cool and individualistic freedom.
In this live fan painting performance, Marshall will explore both Elvis and the Geisha, drawing on a variety of art historical references — from Warhol’s repeating Elvis to Pollock’s drip paintings to the grunge vibe of 80s Soho. The performance, entitled “King” in homage to Elvis, will see the artist personifying both the king of rock ‘n’ roll and the Geisha, the two characters central to her new body of work in SACRED/ICONIC.Continue Reading →
The New-York Historical Society celebrates the centennial of “The Armory Show” with a retrospective exhibition that unites pieces from the original event by Marcel Duchamp, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, and Paul Gauguin, as well as American impressionist Childe Hassam, urban realist Robert Henri, Marsden Hartley, and more.
The Armory Show at 100 opens tomorrow, Friday, October 11, at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, at Richard Gilder Way (West 77th Street).Continue Reading →