Six artists and three curators from England and the USA discuss Boîte-en-Valise:Generator, a project launching at the Venice Biennale.
Six established, mid-career and emerging artists from England and USA - in collaboration with three curators and audiences in Portsmouth, England - are developing new work for transport and presentation in Venice, Italy and Syracuse, USA. Audiences in Portsmouth will have an authorship in international presentations shared by social media.
The artists are Yvonne Buchanan (USA), Mia Delve (UK), Tom Hall (UK/USA), Mika Mollenkopf (USA), Harold Offeh (UK), Susan Stockwell (UK).
The curators are Joanne Bushnll (UK) Mark Segal (UK), and Stephanie James (USA).
Time: 10 - 11 May, 10am - 8pm at Corte Borella, off Calle de le Erbe, Canaregio 6415.
New Work on View: Preview Week at 57th Venice Biennale & Portsmouth England
Boîte-en-Valise: Exchanges Through Performativity and Practice
6 & 7 May 2017 16.00h-18.00h Artists Event
The Vulcan Building
Portsmouth PO1 38F
10 -11 May 2017 10am-8pm
57th Venice Biennale
Rio Terra San Vio
Point of Contact Gallery
350 West Fayette Street
Syracuse, Ny 13202
Seen and Heard exhibition at the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse NY Gala Opening June 9th, Opening June 10th, 2017
October 13- November 12, 2016
Opening Reception, October 15th, 6-9pm
LACDA 104 East Fourth Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Nancy Meyer, Curator — LACMA, Walker Art Center
Rex Bruce, Curator — L.A. Center for Digital Art, Artists Television Access
September 8-October 1, 2016
Reception: Saturday, September 10, 6-9pm
Artwalk preview: Thursday, September 8, 7-9pm
Vanish features the work of five contemporary artists who examine literal and metaphoric loss and disappearance. Their artistic practices employ diverse media to reflect the anxieties of living in a rapidly changing world. The exhibition provides a complex and engaging context for considering our history, our current environment and our collective future. Vanish includes new and recent work by Yvonne Buchanan (Syracuse, NY) Brandon Ballengee (Lafayette, LA), Peter Edlund (New York, NY), Aaron Miller (New York, NY), Dorene Quinn (Syracuse, NY).
October 7 - November 13
Opening Reception: October 7, 6-9pm
Artists’ Talk: October 8, 1pm
Elemental: The 64th Exhibition of Central New York Artists
On View February 27 through May 2
UTICA, NY… Elemental: The 64th Exhibition of Central New York Artists at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute showcases eight regional artists whose work is of or about earth, fire, water, and air—forces of nature that shape matter and spirit. Within these guiding parameters the exhibition presents diversity of form, media, and meaning. Included are works on paper, photographs, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture, installations, and video. The artists may use natural phenomena allegorically; they may offer cautionary warnings about ecological devastation; or examine humankind’s interface with nature, in concept or in practice.
Elemental honors two PrattMWP artist-faculty, Lisa Gregg Wightman and Bryan McGrath, as they near retirement. Lisa's collages incorporate found materials such as stone and invite meditation towards a transcendent experience. Bryan is a ceramist whose material is earth itself, touched by water and forged by fire. Elemental presents their work within the context of Central New York peers, with whom they have contributed to the artistic community of this region. The other participating artists are Richard Barlow, Oneonta; Yvonne Buchanan, Syracuse; Chris Irick, Utica; Rob Licht, Brooktondale; Dorene Quinn, Syracuse; and Leigh Yardley, Hubbardsville.
Critical Contact: Non-Traditional and Multicultural Mentoring through Art-Making
Friday, February 5th, 12:30 to 2pm
Chairs: Brenda R. Oelbaum, Molly Marie Nuzzo, Montgomery College, Presenters: Yvonne Buchanan, Dorene Quinn: Talent Agency, Robin Meyer: Who Gets to be an Artist.
Elemental showcases the work of eight Central New York artists whose expression is of or about earth, fire, water, and air, forces of nature that forge spirit and matter. Within these guiding parameters the exhibition includes diversity of form (from the material to conceptual) and meaning (from celebratory to cautionary).
artists: Richard Barlow, Yvonne Buchanan, Chris Irick, Rob Licht, Bryan McGarth, Dorne Quinn, Lisa Gregg Wightman, Leigh Yardley