Friday, May 23, 2008

Busy Summer for Gallery Artists

As we head into the unofficial start of Summer, when most folks begin to plan for a more liesurely pace, anything but will be the case for the gallery artists this year. Virtually in every corner of the globe, you'll find an exhibition by one of the artists we're working with somewhere between now and the end of September. So if you find yourself in one of these locations, please check out these shows!

Here's the list as it stands at the moment...and a half dozen other shows still have details pending:

Ivin Ballen
Summer Group Show
(Ivin Ballen, Pello Irazu, Richard Rezac and Tamara Zahaykevich)
Tony Wight Gallery
Chicago, IL
June 13 - August 16, 2008

Cathy Begien
California Video
The Getty Center
March 15 - June 8, 2008

Jennifer Dalton
"Cult of Personality: Portraits in Mass Culture"
Curated by Peter Scott, first exhibited at Carriage Trade, New York
Traveling to
Erna Hecey
Brussels, Belgium
September 18 - October 30th, 2008

Yevgeniy Fiks (whose solo exhibition "Adopt Lenin" opens our gallery season in Sept 2008)

"Monitoring Lenin’s Sales on Amazon.com "(solo show)
Curator Andrey Parshikov
Contemporary City Foundation
Moscow, Russia
May 22 - June 16, 2008

16th Biennale of Sydney
“Revolutions Forms That Turn”
Curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev
Sydney, Australia
June 18 – September 7, 2008

L’impresa dell’arte (The Enterprise of Art)
Curated by Julia Draganovic
PAN Palazzo delle Arti Napoli
Napoli, Italy
May 16 - June 30, 2008

1st Moscow International Biennale for Young Art
“QUI VIVE?”
Curated by Daria Pyrkina
National Center for Contemporary Art
Moscow, Russia
July 1-30, 2008

Tina B: The Prague Contemporary Art Festival
Curator Victor Misiano
Former Factory CKD
Prague, Czech Republic
September 25 – October 15, 2008


Joy Garnett
"Eden's on Fire!"
Platform Gallery
Seattle, WA
May 8 - June 14, 2008

"Environmental Paintings"
Organized by Lauren Rosati & Herb Tam as part of Exit Art's S.E.A. (Social Environmental Aesthetics) Program.
Exit Art
New York, NY
June 14 - July 12, 2008 (tentative dates)

"Atomic Afterimage"
Organized by Keely Orgeman
University Art Gallery
Boston, MA
September 4 - November 2, 2008

(Title TK)
Organized by Phong Bui
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
Long Island City, New York
June 22 - ?, 2008

Christopher K. Ho
"Cultivate"
Curated by Denise Markonish
MASS MoCA at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens
Stockbridge, MA
June 7 - August 1, 2008

"Chinese Biennial"
Curated by Koan Jeff Baysa and Pan Xing Lei
Chinese Base and Huan Tie Museum
Beijing, China
August 2 - October 3, 2008

"Busan Biennale" curated by Jung Hyung Lee
APEC Naru Park
Busan, Korea
September 6 - November 15, 2008

Christopher Lowry Johnson

"This Modern World”
Curated by Paddy Johnson
General Electric World Headquarters
Fairfield, Connecticut

David Kinast (whose solo exhibition opens at our gallery June 6, 2008)
"Horror Vacui"
McKenzie Fine Art Inc.
NY, NY 10001
June 12 - August 1, 2008

Gulnara Kasmalieva and Muratbek Djumaliev
Tracing Roads through Central Asia: On Traders' Dilemmas And Travelers' Perspectives
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
San Francisco, CA
Apr 18–Jun 29, 2008

"Contemporary Nomadism: Video and still photography"
Gerbert Contemporary
Santa Fe, NM
August 1 - September 8, 2008


Jennifer Dalton, Christopher K. Ho, and Thomas Lendvai
"Made in America"
Curated by Janet Phelps
Peel Gallery
Houston, TX
June 1 - July 31, 2008

And two of our artists are switching caps to curate the summer group exhibition in our space:

"The Shallow Curator"
Curated by Ivin Ballen and Christopher K. Ho
Winkleman Gallery
New York, NY
July 10 - August 15, 2008

Finally, I too will be having a very busy summer, as I have an August 31 deadline for a major project I'm writing (more on that soon). Toward that end, posting will probably be rather light throughout the summer.

Have a safe and very happy Memorial Day Weekend all!

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3 Comments:

Blogger Joanne Mattera said...

Generous and informative, Ed. Thanks.

Wait, posting will be light through the summer? Uh, some of us have a Winkleman Blog jones. I'm itchin' and scratchin' aleady.

Wait, it's Memorial Day weekend?

5/23/2008 09:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Stephen said...

Ed, thanks for the hat tip regarding Joy's work at Platform! Her work is stunning.

5/23/2008 12:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What this list demonstrates, apart from showing that this gallery is alive, is how much of art is actually physically impossible to grasp, even when you manage to travel a little (like I do).
Even when you love one artist in perticular, they keep running around the world showing countless works that you won't ever see because they're all happening too afar one from another. I can't insist enough on encouraging artists to develop websites documenting their own shows, because if people are ever likely to love their work, become their fans, this is the only way they'll be able to keep in touch with it all.

That mr. K. Ho sounds intriguing to say the least (I wasn't even on this planet, back in January) and so is Jennifer Dalton (that's all bias). If I'm ever in NY and they're showing, I'll go see.


Cedric C

5/24/2008 01:40:00 AM  

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