Sunday, July 18, 2010

Chicago: Hyde Park, Pilsen, East Garfield Park

Paul Cowan and Matt Stolle @ devening projects + editions



PC, oil on canvas, 2010, 16 x 13 inches

MS, graphite and gesso on cardboard, 46.5 × 41.5 inches


TH, "Vigil," gouache on paper, 9" x 12", 2010

TH, "Scenes from Alter (Shrine)," gouache on paper, 33" x 44", 2009

TH, audio strip loop and reel-to-reel player

Erik Wenzel @ DOVA Temporary

EW, walls lying prone on floor

EW, "rings," plastic bottle rings hung from nails inserted into holes left from previous exhibition

EW, scratching post and object wrapped in plastic placed on prostrate wall

EW, "Non-Renewal," digital video with sound

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Domestic City Red Hook Brooklyn

Domestic City curated by Nichole van Beek and Vince Contarino.

Participating artists include: Gavin Anderson, Nils Folke Anderson, Inna Babaeva, Gina Beavers, Erik Benson, Joseph Burwell, Rob Carter, Joey Frank, Chris Gentile, Everest Hall, An Hoang, Todd Knopke, Lauren Luloff, Kora Manheimer, Esperanza Mayobre, Gabriela Alva Cal y Mayor, Alisa Ochoa, Gary Petersen, Yadir Quintana, MiYoung Sohn, William Stone and Justin Valdes

from left to right: Erik Benson, Alisa Ochoa, Chris Gentile and Gary Petersen.
on the floor from left to right: MiYoung Sohn, Nils Folke Anderson and Inna Babaeva

Justin Valdes, all works 2010, pencil and ink on paper

from left to right: Alisa Ochoa, Chris Gentile and Gary Petersen

Chris Gentile End Times / Amend Times #7, 2008 C-Print 14"x11"

Erik Benson Sleep, 2009 acrylic on canvas over panel 60"x80"

from left to right: An Hoang, Rob Carter and Erik Benson. On the floor MiYoung Sohn

Todd Knopke, Lifted, 2008, fabric, safety pins, yarn, grommets, photo transfer 108” x 108”

Inna Babaeva, Succinct Advancement, 2009, rubber balls, casters, dimensions variable

from left to right: Todd Knopke, Gavin Anderson and Gina Beavers. On the floor Inna Babaeva

Gina Beavers, Untitled Jewelry, 2009, acrylic and printing ink on paper 22” x 30”

from left to right: Kora Manheimer, Gabriela Alva Cal y Mayor, William Stone and Lauren Luloff

William Stone, Untitled, 2010, oil on canvas 8"x10"

Yadir Quintana, Everest, 2009 , silver leaf on plike 112” X 120” (12 panels at 28” X 40” each)

Everest Hall, Pink Flair, 2010, oil on canvas 72” x 60”

Joseph Burwell, Shea Colosseum Pool, 2009, Color pencil and pen on tracing paper 24” x 24

Esperanza Mayobre, Study of Symphony of Nothing, 2010, drawing on laser 91” x 16.75”

Rob Carter, Reseed, 2007, color/sound, total running time: 9 mins 9 secs, Video projection

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Judith Braun @ Duve Berlin

A show by Fruit and Flower Deli, NY, at DUVE Berlin

On the Invalidenstrasse, a few minutes walk from the station Hauptbahnhof-Berlin you can see work by NY based artist Judith Braun. The artist presents a compelling, delicate, and sensitive wall drawing. Its "finger drawing" in the best way generating a plethora of nuance, content and beauty.

June 11 - July 31, 2010
Invalidenstr. 90 | Berlin | 10115
Tue-Fri 11am-6pm
Sat 12am-6pm

The show runs till July 31st. and also features work by

David Adamo,
Jota Castro,
Lucie Fontaine,
Rainer Ganahl,
Nicolás Guagnini,
Jan Håfström,
Hans Isaksson,
Ylva Ogland,
Karin Schneider,
Mai Zetterling
Oscar Magnuson

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Blick Ohne Ende/Niederländer in Berlin @ Autocenter Berlin

Dutch artists in Berlin

Berlin based, Dutch curator and writer; Jurriaan Benschop, presents an exhibition at Autocenter, Berlin, from June 25 through July 10, 2010 of six Dutch artists who live and work in Berlin. The project emphasizes the visual at the Autocenter Berlin.

"What connects the work of different generations is the importance of the visual. Moreover, other motives, conceptual or not, play a role, such as the interest in image forming, artistic authorship and questioning visual clichés." link
Location: Autocenter Berlin

Runs from June 25 through July 10, 2010

Tjebbe Beekman (1972)


Ronald de Bloeme (1971)


Arjan van Helmond (1971)

Left: De Bloeme/ Right: Arjan van Helmond


Maarten Janssen (1965)

Left Maarten Janssen. Right/ Markwick


Michael Markwick (1974)

Left: Markwick/ Right De Bloeme, Van Helmond


Lidwien van de Ven (1963)

Lidewien van de Ven is a video artist and photographer. On view is her video "Wolfgangsee" 11/08/1999 (eclipse) 2000.

Other work can be found here on these links.