Constellations: Cassiopeia, as part of ART NIGHT
Venue: Lumen Studios, The Crypt, St John on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA, London, England
Date: 1 July 2017, 6pm - 12am.
Lumen Studios present a unique installation for Art Night at the Lumen Crypt Gallery in The Crypt at St John on Bethnal Green, a church designed by Sir John Soane, who was known for his research on light and its' relationship to architecture. The presentation will include a variety of experimental projection-based installations that refer to the constellation Cassiopeia, which will be in the sky at the time of the exhibition. By doing this, Lumen aims to highlight the stars and constellations that are visible within the urban environment.
Jenny Åkerlund www.jennyakerlund.com
Louise Beer www.louisebeer.com
Samuel Brzeski www.samuelbrzeski.com
Frankie Gao www.frankiegaovisual.com
Julie Hill www.juliehill.co.uk
Rebecca Huxley www.rhuxley.com
Melanie King www.melaniek.co.uk
Eunjung Kim www.eunjung-kim.com
Bonnie Levinthal www.bonnielevinthal.com
Maria Macc www.mariamacc.co.uk
Eva Rudlinger www.evarudlinger.co.uk
Diego Valente www.diegovalente.co.uk
The artists exhibiting in this show are involved with the Lumen Residency, having either participated in past Lumen residencies or are enrolled for this year.
As part of Art Night 2017 // a free contemporary art festival taking place in exrtraordinary places around east London comprises of more than 70 free projects, for one night only!
July 1, 6pm - midnight, East London
All Art Night events are free and open to all
Map your night http://www.artnight.london/
Art Night 2017 is a collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery and curated by Fatos Üstek.
Lumen Residency in Atina, Italy, 2017
The Arctic Circle Residency, 2018
Exhibiting work at the Den Fair, Melbourne Australia
Selected works on paper from the Earthview Series are presently represented by the OTOMYS Gallery in Melbourne, Australia
91st Annual International Competition at the Print Center, Philadelphia, PA
ANNOUNCING THE FINALISTS
Jurors from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: Kelly Baum, Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Curator of Contemporary Art; and Jennifer Farrell, Associate Curator, Drawings and Prints selected the following 12 finalists and 54 semifinalists from the 400 applicants.
Alice Leora Briggs
Logan Patrick Hill
SEEP, curated by Ann Tarantino at the AAC Arlington Arts Center
SEEP explores the ways in which contemporary artists use water in their work, whether as subject matter, medium, or both. Water, in its myriad forms and interpretations—whether as a source of visual inspiration, a substance with social and political implications, or the actual stuff of art itself—is at the root of all the work in the exhibition. Taken together, the works offer a fuller understanding of how
contemporary artists respond to, visualize, interpret, conceptualize, and see water today. Participating artists: Caetlynn Booth, Rob Carter, Rachel Farbiarz, Bonnie
Levinthal, Giulia Livi, and Patrick McDonough.
Curators Spotlight will be on view Jan. 21 - Mar 26, 2017 with opening reception Saturday Feb. 11, from 6 - 9 pm. Gallery talks with selected curators are scheduled for Saturday, March 4, 1 - 4pm.
Download the catalogue here www.dropbox.com/s/yo09cqz0zy7fm4s/Curat?
REVIEW: BETWEEN MATTER and EXPERIENCE
Visual Specialties: Three Shows, Three Parts of the Culture by Tom Csaszar
The WOODMERE ANNUAL: 73rd JURIED EXHIBITION
Woodmere Art Museum
June 14 – September 1, 2014
The exhibition will feature works in a wide variety of media from artists living within 50 miles of the Museum. Works will be selected to create a cohesive presentation that explores contemporary themes and ideas within the arts of Philadelphia. The exhibition will be juried by artist Sarah McEneaney. In conjunction with this exhibition, some of McEneaney’s own work will be on view, and the artist will select objects for display from Woodmere’s collection that relate to the show’s themes.
BETWEEN MATTER and EXPERIENCE
June 4th – July 3rd
Reception: Thursday, June 5th, 3-5pm
The University of the Arts
320 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 – 5 pm
This exhibition represents the work of nine contemporary painters. While the visual vocabularies are diverse, there exists a shared humanist perspective that suggests the way it feels to move through the world without feigned knowing or emotional distance, expressing an openness to sensation of both paint and subject.
The work reflects attention to the overlooked, the intimate, the awkward and imperfect, appreciates mystery, and possesses a curiosity for things hidden. In all the work, there is a suggestion of the existence of something not entirely present.
This "between" state takes the form of the tension between abstraction and representation, between image and the physical form of the paint, and where a quality is present that resists naming.
At the heart of this view, is the idea that this attention to humanness inspires a range of voices.
This show grew from a small, casual dialogue between a few of the painters in this show into a larger discussion on painting. The original conversations traced the threads of continuity that weave through the work of these artists from different cities and generations.
Partly facilitated by the personal relationships that connect them, or maybe as a result of seeing each other's work, but most likely due to something much more far-reaching and complex, these painters share an attitude on painting that manifests in quite different visual expressions. The decision for this particular grouping is to draw attention to how diverse that expression can be.
Studio Visit, C.R. Ettinger Studio
Artist uses Travel as Inspiration by Kelley King
Artist Residency, Skagastrond, Iceland
Levinthal will be a resident artist at Nes during the month of March 2014.
WOMEN in TREES - MUJERES en LOS ARBOLES
A collaborative exhibition of Cuban and American artists
CUBA: Taller Experimental Graphica de la Habana
November 2013 (in conjunction with the Women in the 21st Century International Conference, sponsored by the University of Havana)
USA: Penn State Abington
December 2013, January 2014
Artists:Jacqueline Brito, Yamilys Brito, Betsey Batchelor, Alicia Leal, Bonnie Levinthal, Yvonne Love, Sarah McEneaney, Yasbel Perez
The final collaborative works illustrate how the experience of collaboration changed viewpoints, exposed metaphoric boundaries and opened a richness of shared experience between the artists physical and artistic juxtapositions.
Home Tour by Gabrielle Russomagno
ILSA loves RICK
SAMPLER: SMALL WORKS BY 30 ARTISTS
Curated by Bill Scott
April 17 – May 11, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, April 19, 5 – 8 pm
Meet the Artists/Curator:
Sunday, April 28, 1 – 4 pm
Curator’s Talk at 2 pm
Tristan Barlow · Philippa Beardsley · Marie Theres Berger ·
Brian Boutwell · Linda Brenner · Amanda Bush · Lynne Campbell ·
Mariel Capanna · Michael Ciervo · Ruth Formica · Jesse Friedman ·
Evan Fugazzi · Hugh Hamrick · Hollis Heichemer · Eric Huckabee ·
Mark Knobelsdorf · Millicent Krouse · Aubrey Levinthal ·
Bonnie Levinthal · Aaron Lubrick · Kate McCrickard ·Barbara Mimnaugh · Andrea Packard · Benjamin Passione · Liz Price ·John Sevcik · Sterling Shaw · PJ Smalley · Magda Vitale · Ted Walsh
Cerulean Arts is pleased to present Sampler: Small Works by 30 Artists, featuring paintings, sculpture and works on paper. Curated by artist Bill Scott, the exhibition comprises artists spanning generations, geography and artistic styles. Scott selected artists whose work he admires and enjoys viewing. From each artist, he chose signature pieces indicative of their style – abstract, representational, tonalist or colorist.
Bill Scott is a color-based abstraction painter
and printmaker. He is represented by Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, where he has had four solo exhibitions. His work has been the
subject of additional solo presentations in London, Philadelphia and
San Francisco, and has been included in numerous group shows.