The gallery is pleased to share details for Darkroom 2015, a benefit for the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago. Gallery artist Carson Fisk-Vittori has generously donated an edition of Squiggle and tube (2013) to the auction event taking place February 26, 2015. For more information and bidding on Carson’s work, please visit MoCP on Paddle 8.
Michael Robinson screens The Dark, Krystle (2013) for the 2015 Glasgow Film Festival. The international competition program takes place on March 12-13, 2015 with tickets available here.
On view through July 30, 2017, Anne Lindberg exhibits a site-specific installation, pivot blue green (2014) in Landscape, abstracted curated by Al Miner for the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
This new installation in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art’s Eunice and Julian Cohen Galleria offers a contemporary spin on landscape art. Ten works present contemporary art as the latest chapter in the story of landscape art through the ages. Works include new acquisitions to the museum as well as new commission by Lindberg and Jason Middlebrook. Their soaring creations evoke nature’s sublime potential through color and pattern, using the dramatic architecture of the Linde Family Wing to guide their work.
Lindberg’s pivot blue green evokes nature by using only thread and staples. Suspended from the vaulted ceiling of the Linde Family Wing’s second floor, Lindberg’s work soars gracefully above visiting guests. This is the first time Lindberg has created a work installed at this height (16 1/2 feet), allowing visitors to look up through a field of color.
Carrie Secrist Gallery is pleased to announce a two-person exhibition featuring gallery artist Anne Lindberg. Unmade: Anne Lindberg & Saskia Olde Wolbers will be on view at Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati through 22 March 2015.
Lindberg presents new graphite drawings alongside a site-specific installation titled cadence, 2014. The artist stated, “I am thrilled to have opportunity to create a new site-specific work in Zaha Hadid’s architecture.”
Contemporary Arts Center is located at 44 E. 6th Street in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Paul Anthony Smith’s debut solo exhibition at Carrie Secrist Gallery, Mangos and Crab, was named by art ltd. magazine as a Top 10 Exhibition of 2014 in Chicago.
Andrew Holmquist exhibits recent work in Ground Floor, a biennial exhibition of new art from Chicago, on view at Hyde Park Art Center through 29 March 2015.
Ground Floor brings together work by Chicago’s most promising emerging talent. Based on nominations by respected members of the arts community, Hyde Park Art Center selects work by recent graduates from each of Chicago’s nationally-ranked Master of Fine Arts programs.
Hyde Park Art Center is located at 5020 S. Cornell Avenue in Chicago, IL.
Michael Robinson presents a solo video installation at City Gallery Wellington in New Zealand. His film The Dark, Krystle (2013) will be on view from December 1, 2014 through March 1, 2015.
Museo de Arte Zapopan presents a solo exhibition by Liliana Porter, El Hombre Con El Hacha Y Otras Situaciones Breves, on view from 28 November 2014 through 1 March 2015.
Carson Fisk-Vittori participates in Hard Weather, on view at Et al. San Francisco through December 5, 2014. She exhibits alongside Anna Sagström.
Break of a wave, bad earth quakes,
Weather building up.
While surfing a wave I decided to de-install.
As soon as I’d come back, I’d re-install.
On my way home,
a wet morning, sound proof,
and the fragrance of a touch.
This wet morning, sound proof,
sedimentations of you.
Soft clouds navigating through damn layers of perfume.
Break of a wave causing a subtle insurrection,
a rippling aftermath.
Is rear view mirror syndrome limiting your potential?
I rotate 360 degrees in one day and my memory is gone,
now replaced by some casual encounters, some less.
Early hours dissolved by patterns of resonance,
like a coin falling from a balcony of the 25th floor.
While I was detoxing symbolic success was evaporating in front of me.
I turned desire into simple needs,
like staying hard.
– text for ‘Desperate Vitality’ by Matilda Tjäder