James Fuentes gallery presents Emiter by Connor Backman, BFA Alumnus. The show opens Friday, July 10, and runs from July 7 – July 24, 2015.
Opening reception: Friday, July 10 6-8pm
New works and curated pieces by Charles Peele and BFA Alumnus Cameron Robinson at Gallery 5, Dollar Tren opens on July 3rd, 2015.
200 W. Marshall St.
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Bicycle Fine Art, an art advising business founded by Curator Lisa-Thi Beskar, BFA Alumna, will be collaborating with Kitty Clay to showcase the works of Neal Perbix, Michael Gaughan, David Donovan Jensen, Denver Dalley, Chad Fonfara, and Dan Sabau, in July, 2015.
Kitty Clay + Bicycle Fine Art
27 West Main Street,
Southhampton, NY 11968
Opening reception: Friday July 3rd, 6pm – 10pm
Community Room presents “Dog Days”, a week of music, videos, performances, and more at 1708 Gallery as a part of their 10×10 summer programming.
July 14th-July 18th, 2015
319 W Broad St
Each night will bring a new set of performances and live works to the gallery. Videos, ongoing works, and performance sets can be viewed during regular gallery hours.
Gallery hours: M-F 11a-5p, Sa 11a-4p
Evening events: Doors at 5:30 pm; Performances start at 6:00 pm
Tuesday 7/14: Cecilia (Brandon Hurtado & Dana Ollestad) ft. Rex Kennedy
Wednesday 7/15: Cosima Storz, Steven Hernandez, Malcolm Peacock (simultaneous acts)
Thursday 7/16: Malcolm Peacock, Grace Mae Huddleston, and Caroline Joy Dahlberg, BFA alumna
Friday 7/17: BCKWARDS HAUS presents- MNLV, Jake Barkley, chï, Alfred & more
Saturday 7/18: Zach Duer and Gemtone (solo music project by Rachel Ludwig, BFA alumna)
Ongoing and rotating video works by Molly Roberts, Malcolm Peacock, and Pallavi Sen, MFA student
Other ongoing live or interactive works by Malcolm Peacock and Melody Milleker
*Stay tuned for detailed daily descriptions of each night’s events
FREE to attend
Curator: Gregory Volk, Associate Professor
Sebastiaan Bremer (The Netherlands/US), chameckilerner (Brazil/US), Mónica de la Torre (Mexico/US), Klara Hobza (Czech Republic/Germany), Matt King, Associate Professor and Department Chair (US), Ashley Lyon, MFA alumna (US), Ati Maier (Germany/US), Ander Mikalson (US), Bruce Pearson (US), Ragna Róbertsdóttir (Iceland), Roman Signer (Switzerland), Skawennati (Canada), Tavares Strachan (Bahamas/US), Fred Tomaselli (US), Sarah Walker (US), Holly Zausner (US)
July 1–August 14, 2015
Opening: Wednesday, July 1, 6–8pm
Jane Lombard Gallery
518 West 19th St
New York, NY 10011
This Saturday June 27 from 4-8pm.
@ 624 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn. NY 11205.
Rachael Starbuck (BFA Alumna),
& Gabrielle Roth
SWELLS continues the exploration of Treasure Town as both gallery and domicile, taking advantage of the opportunity to show artists in collaboration with this unique space. Works reference the domestic, though a domestic in which formal and material interests supersede utility and function. Like the highly personalized renovation that took place in conjunction with TT’s inaugural exhibition, the works on display are artifacts of their making. If not directly figurative, these objects imply the presence of a figure.
Lawrence, Rogers, Roth, and Starbuck exhibit a command of material, as well as a desire to allow their materials to act independently, emphasizing the contrast between control and chance. Surfaces are highly considered, yet imperfect.
Sculpture, video, and 2D works will be installed throughout the basement rooms, as well as in the garden.
Swells will run from June 27 to July 25, with gallery hours every Saturday from 12-6, or by appointment.
Whitney Lynn, BFA Alumna, presents Rummage at Open Source Gallery. Each week of Rummage will feature a new “performative installation” exploring themes of sales, investment, value, marketplace, and unwanted materials. Participants include Christine Wong Yap, Lauren Frances Adams, SeoKyeong Lee Yoon, Wong Kit Yi, and Kai Vierstra, MFA Alumnus.
The show runs from June 6th – 29th, 2015
Open Source Gallery
306 17th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Wed – Sat 2pm – 7pm
Five schools were chosen to participate in the working artists residence program, installing large scale sculpture in a New York State Park, and renewing one of the most successful public art projects in American history: Tommy Coleman of Yale University, Caroline Doherty of the State University of New York at Buffalo, Becky Sellinger (MFA) of Virginia Commonwealth University, Ryan Pechnick of Ontario College of Art & Design, and Soe Yu Nwe of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Tal Gafny & Perrin Turner
Becky Star Sellinger
June 5-27, 2015
Reception: Friday, June 5, 7-10 pm
93 Forrest St. (@ Central Ave.)