Monday, November 30, 2009

Some News Before Flying (We're Moving and More)

That's Right, Winkleman Gallery Is Moving!

Same Street, Bigger Space, Expanded Programming
We are delighted to announce that from January 8, 2010, our new storefront location will be 621 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001.
But wait...there's more...

Curatorial Research Lab

In addition to being (well, a little) closer to 11th Avenue, our new location includes a project space in which we will be presenting special exhibitions as part of our new "Curatorial Research Lab" series.

Conceived to allow independent curators and art historians to experiment with juxtapositions of artworks or try out ideas for larger projects, the Curatorial Research Lab will be entirely turned over to each exhibition's organizer and independent of the regular gallery programming.

Upcoming exhibitions in the Curatorial Research Lab include projects by independent curator Stamatina Gregory (who recently completed the Whitney Lauder Curatorial Fellowship at the ICA in Philadelphia and curated a large group exhibition of contemporary photography at the FLAG Art Foundation; she is also a doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center at the City University of New York) and by art historian and independent curator Courtney J. Martin (who recently completed a year as a predoctoral fellow at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles and curated C-Series: Artists' Books and Collective Action, which was presented in New York at the Nathan Cummings Foundation and traveled to the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, England (2005); Neon Campobase in Milan, Italy (2006); and the Liverpool Biennial (2006); she is also a doctoral candidate in the History of Art department at Yale University).

Main Gallery Exhibitions Schedule

Our exhibition by Ivin Ballen, Sleepless in Seattle at Winkleman Concert Hall, continues in our current location until December 23, 2009 and will be open by appointment until December 26, 2009. Be sure to check out the upcoming performance schedule at the exhibition's schedule website.


Ivin Ballen
Stage, 2009
2009
Fiberglass, Aquaresin, acrylic, absorbent ground, gouache, metal, concrete, wood, mixed speaker and sound components
Dimensions variable


We re-open in the new location, January 8, 2010, with the first New York solo exhibition by Leipzig-based conceptual photographer, Ulrich Gebert.

Ulrich Gebert
Typus (tableau 7)
2005
C-prints, framed, museum glass
170 x 150 cm, 67" x 59"


Upcoming Exhibitions

Future upcoming exhibitions include solo shows by Cathy Begien, Yevgeniy Fiks, Sarah Peters, and Joy Garnett, as well as a group exhibition of contemporary film and video curated by Eve Sussman.

Yeah, we're quite excited about the whole thing...stop by and see us in Pulse, if you're heading to Miami, and we'll tell you all about it.

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18 Comments:

Anonymous Randall Anderson said...

Congratulations on the new space! You'll do great things with it. Cheers, Randall

11/30/2009 08:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Larry said...

Is that the big space where I saw a temporary gallery last time I visited you? Is Schroeder-Romero staying put?

11/30/2009 09:14:00 PM  
Blogger Heart As Arena said...

Very, very excellent. Congrats!

11/30/2009 09:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Completely cool! Congratulations. I have a feeling 2010 is going to be a great year for you.

-----ondine nyc

11/30/2009 09:29:00 PM  
Blogger Richard Womack said...

Very nice,very nice.Great things in art...........All smiles

11/30/2009 09:38:00 PM  
Anonymous enda said...

Congratulations, that sounds great, very exciting.

12/01/2009 03:07:00 AM  
Blogger Stefano Pasquini said...

Glad I got to see the last show, shame I didn't get to see you+B! Good luck with everything in 2010!

12/01/2009 08:09:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

Laura

12/01/2009 10:27:00 AM  
Blogger ArtChick1 said...

Congrats!
Also, I think that the curatorial research lab is a fabulous project and I look forward to January.

12/01/2009 11:18:00 AM  
Anonymous Charles Browning said...

Congratulations Ed! That's awesome news! Glad everything worked out for a move. Coming out from behind the truck!

12/01/2009 12:02:00 PM  
Blogger Brent said...

Hey - congrats on the new space! I really like the experimental space, too!

Looks like I won't be making it to NYC before year's end, but I hope to be there sometime next year and see the new location!

12/01/2009 12:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Robert Sim said...

Congratulations! The new gallery and curatorial project space are exciting. Can't wait to see them.

12/01/2009 12:18:00 PM  
Blogger Stephanie Clayton said...

Great post.
Congratulations on the big move! The Curatorial Research Lab sounds like a splendid idea.
Best wishes on a successful show at Pulse. That's one I didn't see last year. I won't be attending this year's fairs (family obligations) but I look forward to checking it out online.

12/01/2009 03:23:00 PM  
Blogger Joanne Mattera said...

Congrats, Ed. This sounds like a great move. I look forward to seeing how the Curatorial Research Lab develops.

And I'm digging the upcoming list of shows already. You named five artists, and four of them are women. Now that's a fraction I understand! I say we clone you and scatter your virtual selves in galleries all over Chelsea--and in the curatorial offices of MoMA and the Met. (Sooner or later someone will wonder what the same white guy is doing in all those venues, at the same time, but by then we'll be on our way to art world parity.)

12/01/2009 04:20:00 PM  
Blogger Mab MacMoragh said...

Wow, exciting news! Congratulations!!!

12/02/2009 11:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Cedric C said...

Good move! Congrats! It must be fun having a gallery. Sometimes I really wonder what it's like.


Cedric C

12/03/2009 11:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations on the expansion as well as the move closet to 11th!

Will you be accepting submissions for your curatorial research lab, or are you planning on selecting the curators yourself? In addition, I was wondering how strictly you define curator; would you consider an educated and astute artist to be a qualified curator?

-Ian

12/03/2009 09:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PULSE PULSE PULSE!

Tell us how it went for you?

Also, what did you think of Arthouse/Okay Mountain's installation/performance?

Thanks so much, hope Miami's treating you well!

-K

12/04/2009 11:39:00 PM  

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