Anne Lindberg’s solo exhibition the long sun opens at CAM Raleigh on February 2 and will be on view through through May 6, 2018.
Lindberg’s new solo exhibition, the long sun, brings light, materiality and rhythm to ruminations on the sun in context, in all its various capacities, to elicit qualities ranging from the emotional to the tangential.
The H&R Block Artspace is pleased to present Chroma Machine Suite: Forecasting Fault Lines in the Cosmos, an exhibition of work by Dannielle Tegeder, including two new commissions created with 14 students at the Kansas City Art Institute during the artist’s residency. Opening Reception
Friday, Jan 26, 6-8 p.m.
We will be open through December 23rd, the last day of our current exhibition 25YEARS. If you would like to contact the gallery over the holiday break, please do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
. Looking forward to seeing you in 2018!
Brisket, with a detail from Diana Guerrero-Maciá’s Staring at the Sun, 2017. Wool, canvas, Belgian linen, cotton, oil paint, India ink and damaged American quilt back, 70 x 58 inches. Brisket was found in a Chicago alley this week, and has since been adopted by a gallery staff member. During this holiday season, we hope you consider pet adoption!
The gallery will be closed for Thanksgiving, the Friday after Thanksgiving and will be open by appointment only on Saturday, November 25th. If you’d like to make an appointment, please email email@example.com or call 312.491.0917.
Please join us this Saturday, November 11th for a special viewing of the video Transformation of Things No. 1, 2, & 3 by Diana Guerrero-Maciá & Joseph Adamik. In addition there will an accompanying performance by musician Joseph Adamik. The screening will take place continually from 11-4PM with a special performance and talk at 2PM.
The U.S. Premiere of Michael Robinson’s “Onward Lossless Follows” happens this Sunday October 8th.
“Eerie, evocative and irresistible, Onward Lossless Follows proposes a password-protected love affair, a little vapour on Venus, and a horse with no name riding out in search of a better world.” New York Film Festival.
Congratulations to gallery artist Dannielle Tegeder on being a 2017 NYFA Fellowship in Drawing. Read more about the awards here.
The gallery will be closed for installation & open by appointment only next week. Have a happy + safe 4th of July!
Please join us for a special event June 24th from 4 to 6PM featuring composer Matthew Evan Taylor & Dannielle Tegeder in conjunction with the exhibition TURBULENT CONSTELLATIONS. Moderator Jeff Abel will lead a discussion between Tegeder and Evan.
“With a playful spirit, Tegeder’s drawings celebrate rationality, curiosity, expertise and inventiveness.” – Chris Miller, Newcity. Read the review here.
Andrew Holmquist will be our solo booth at Chicago’s EXPANDED, March 9-12th at MANA Contemporary.
“His use of vessels as his longtime subject, for example, easily lends itself to symbolic readings but also serves as a simple starting point for experimentation with shape, color and texture.” -Kelly Reaves (NewCity)
“The social issues of Guerrero-Maciá’s works are not so much gleaned from the signs and symbols of her artworks as they are felt through the overall environment she has created in the gallery. This exhibition is intended as a contemporary take on the notion of the salon—a haven of aesthetics, dialogue and camaraderie. In ‘SLOW BLOSSOMING,’ Guerrero-Maciá diverts some emphasis from her own messages within her pieces, shifting the focus to the important social activity we are a part of within the space and amongst the art.” – Robin Dluzen