Opening today at the Regis Center for Art | University of Minnesota: The Beginning of Everything: An Exhibition of Drawings. A great group exhibition that includes Anne Lindberg’s drawing future construct, 2019. Graphite and colored pencil on mat board, 104 by 59 inches. More info here.
Join us at the gallery on January 28 for In Conversation: Designing Experiences. This conversation is between Bill Bartolotta, Carrie Kennedy, and Bruce Mau, and will be moderated by Stratton Cherouny. Tickets can be purchased at designchicago.org
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM CARRIE SECRIST GALLERY! The gallery will be closed for the holidays from December 22 through January 6, 2020.
Congratulations to Michael Robinson for the review in the Irish Times for his exhibition DUST IN THE WIND.
Happy to announce Adrian Wong’s September exhibition at the gallery – Crossing the Rainbow Bridge – was reviewed by Daniel Quiles in the December 2019 issue of Artforum.
Michael Robinson | Under the Wrong Star opens November 22 at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Gallagher Gallery in Dublin, Ireland.
Thanks to Create Magazine for including our 2019 EXPO Chicago booth in their top 10 (+1) Highlights from Expo Chicago 2019.
The opening of Even thread [has] a speech is this weekend in Sheboygan, WI at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center featuring Anne Lindberg’s thread installation “At first the visible obscures.” This is part of a four exhibition project called “Lenore Tawney: Mirror of the Universe” and is on view through Feb 2, 2020.
Closely investigating the building, blooming, and burning of the natural and man-made world, ‘Nature vs. Everything’ brings the work of artists Dan Attoe, Amy Casey, Juan Angel Chávez, Diane Christiansen + Shoshanna Utchenik, Michael Pajón, Liliana Porter, Alison Ruttan, and Tom Torluemke to the Lubeznik Center for the Arts.
Happy Holidays! We’ll be closed from Sunday, December 23 through Tuesday, January 1, 2019 | By appointment only from January 2 – January 7 | Resuming regular business hours January 8th.
Michael Robinson’s video These Hammers Don’t Hurt Us (2010) was recently highlighted in an Art in America review for “Michael Jackson: On the Wall” at the National Portrait Gallery in London as “one of the most cogent works in the show”. Read the review here.
Min Song’s amazing wall relief sculpture ‘OOO OOO’ is on view starting today at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in the group exhibition “Personal Space”, curated by Allison Glen.
Anne Lindberg’s first solo museum exhibition in a NYC museum – the eye’s level – is currently on view at MAD through March 3, 2019.
“Lindberg’s installations provoke emotional, visceral, and perceptual responses to color, light, architecture, time, and movement. Interested in the relationship between deep thinking and composing, especially as the latter develops and unfolds through walking, Lindberg forefronts movement as a significant component in her making, characterizing her studio practice as a paced and daily conversation with place.”
Diana Guerrero-Maciá is participating in the group exhibition Waiting for a Sign at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts, October 20, 2018 – January 12, 2019.
“Either figuratively or literally, and whether from God or Mother Nature, Waiting for a Sign explores the use of signage, text, and iconography-visual images and symbols-in the work of eight contemporary artists.”
The Kitchen, NYC | October 25 and 26
Upcoming is the theatrical debut of THEM, co-directed by artists Liliana and Ana Tiscornia with music by Sylvia Meyer.
THEM “questions the conventions through which we perceive things, and offers an invitation to recreate narratives beyond our expectations”. This event is presented by El Museo del Barrio, the SCAD Museum of Art and The Kitchen. For more information about the exhibition, please visit The Kitchen’s website.
September 23, 2018 – February 16, 2019
Gallery artist Diana Guerrero-Maciá is currently participating in Through Her Eye at Mana Contemporary (in collaboration with ArtLeadHER and International Sculpture Center).
Through Her Eye is an exhibition of work by female-identifying artists who use textiles to deconstruct the intersection of art, craft, and the decorative, and to explore marginalization, labor, and class. Both celebrating and problematizing “women’s work,” Through Her Eye situates a traditional methodology in a contemporary setting.
Through Her Eye is organized by Mana Contemporary Curatorial Director Ysabel Pinyol.
Featuring Anne Lindberg and opening August 14th at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site is SPECTRUM a group exhibition that explores relationships between Thomas Cole’s use of color and that of 11 contemporary artists.
From July 26 – August 31, Andrew Holmquist will be participating A STRONG DESIRE, a group exhibition at PS120 exploring “explores body politics and the commodification of relationships and sexual identity whilst living under a capitalist regime.”