Archive for the 'exhibitions' Category

Press for #bos2014

Hyperallergic
New Criterion
Norte Maar

a project space for analog photography

I’m opening a project space, Silver Projects, dedicated to analog photography. Check it out here and follow us on twitter and facebook to receive up to date information about exhibitions. Our inaugural exhibition featuring work by Louise BarryLisa ElmalehVictoria Manning, and anonymous vintage photographs opens May 31, from 7 to 9pm.
May 31-June 2, 2013, during Bushwick Open Studios.

Cascade City

Cascade City, 2010, plaster, wood, paper, styrofoam, 4x12x48in
from the group show “Human Scale” at NurtureArt Gallery, Brooklyn, March 2010.

Bushwick Open Studios June 2-3, 2012

here are details for a show i’m in, AB/OB/OB, and my open studio. both June 2-3, 12pm to 7pm during #BOS2012.

Mountains

Three new photographs from a new series:


Mountain 3, 2012, gelatin silver print, 5 x 7.75in


Mountain 4, 2012, gelatin silver print, 5 x 7in


Mountain 5, 2012, gelatin silver print, 7.5 x 5in

The Mountain

new photographs, drawings and sculture. more details

gravity!

quarry, abandoned.

Getting Closer, reception tonight, 6-10pm

Lakeside, 2011, plaster, wax, wood, styrofoam (below), in Getting Closer, opening reception December 9, 6-10pm, Brooklyn Fire Proof, December 9-11, 2011, curated by Rebecca Litt. More details here.

two group shows

Holiday Salon at Lesley Heller Workspace Sunday December 4, 12pm to 6pm and Wednesday December 7, 11am to 6pm (I have one photograph in this show).

and I have a new sculpture and a new photograph in this show:

Getting Closer, a group show based on the story by Steven Millhauser, curated by Rebecca Litt, at Brooklyn Fireproof Gallery, December 9-11, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday December 9, 6-10 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 2-5 pm

Paul D’Agostino
Eric Johnston
Gili Levy
Amy Lincoln
Rebecca Litt
Joe Nanashe
Jamie Powell
James Reeder
Julie Torres
Holly Veselka

Ten artists interpret the short story “Getting Closer,” by Pulitzer Prize winning author Steven Millhauser. In this story, a young boy is unable to enjoy a much-anticipated swimming excursion, held back by his own awareness that the day’s end keeps getting closer. The artists created work based on their own associations with the imagery and themes in the text, tackling subjects such as anticipation, ephemeral experience, and paralyzing anxiety.

The story can be found here: http://www.newyorker.com/fiction/features/2011/01/03/110103fi_fiction_millhauser

Révision Périphérique

for next show opening oct 21st @projectivecity in paris – eight cities and a stone quarry