HERE WHETHER THERE
Crystal Gregory and Lee Hunter
Solo(s) Project House
Artist in Residence Program
February 2015 – April 2015The opening is March 20th in Newark.
Village of/for Things at In the Pines , Jackson, WY.
February 27th-March 27th, 2015
Featuring the work of Cudelice Brazelton, Valerie Green, Lee Hunter, and Ryan Thompson.
Tracing Oblivion: Newark at R Jampol Projects, NY, NY
This exhibition runs from February 13-March 22.
In the downstairs gallery:
HERE WHETHER THERE, a collaboration with Crystal Gregory
LAND AND SEA, a small press project run by Chris Duncan and Maria Otero, invited artists to participate in a risograph project. They debuted the project at the LA Art Book Fair in January. Check out their project.
January 3-26, 2014
Flourish Modules is a project created by the artist collaborative Elephant Cloud. Elephant Cloud is interested in space, light, and form. This sculptural project is an experiment in aesthetic and spatial relationships. Flourish Modules were constructed by Lee Hunter and painted by Pachi Giustinian. At each site a different person or group of people are asked to arrange the works. For this iteration, Blythe Cain is the Director of Arrangement. We are interested in how the Modules change over time and how each person that interacts with them arranges them differently.
Opening: January 3, 6PM at VOX POPULI
December 3, 2013-November 8, 2013
Message In A Bottle
Scope – Art Basel Miami
Message in a Bottle explores the romantic history of blindly throwing messages to sea, leaving it to the hands of fate to deliver them to their intended recipient. Visitors are invited into a maritime ship chandlery, where contemporary artists have created their own message for the ages, captured inside bottles and waiting to be unlocked by their new owners. A special animation by Beau Stanton will further the seafaring fantasy.
Open Studios at I-Park Foundation
November 24, 2013
A nice write up about the Artist in Residence Program in East Haddam, CT.
And a short video about the Artists at I-Park during November 2013.
(Untitled) Formalisms at Needles & Pens