Residents: Alumni Exhibitions + Projects

January 2018:

 

Leah Guadagnoli, Number One Song In Heaven, 2017, Acrylic, Pumice stone, Molding paste, Plexiglas, PVC, Digital print on fabric, Canvas, Insulation board, and Polyurethane foam on Aluminum panel, 60 x 38 x 3”, on view at Terrault

Leah Guadagnoli, Number One Song In Heaven, 2017, Acrylic, Pumice stone, Molding paste, Plexiglas, PVC, Digital print on fabric, Canvas, Insulation board, and Polyurethane foam on Aluminum panel, 60 x 38 x 3”, on view at Terrault

EXHIBITIONS + PROJECTS:

 

NEW YORK:
Sarah Abarbanel, Shay Arick, Lizzy DeVita, Jessica Harvey, Kija Lucas, Leeza Meksin & Katy McCarthy, Maxon Mills Gallery at The Wassaic Project, What We Don’t Realize When We See Things, curated by Tara Foley, Will Hutnick & Jordan Hutton, Wassaic, NY, opening: January 27, 4-7pm, through March 17

Paul AnagnostopouslosCuchifritos Gallery, New York, NY, through January 28

Paul AnagnostopouslosNYU Kimmel Galleries, Convergence, New York, NY, through January 15

Natalie Baxter & Robert Brush, Artswestchester, Give Us The Vote, White Plains, NY, through January 27

Carrick Bell & Michael Rocco Ruglio-Misurell, Beverly’sTHIS KITTEN GOT YOUR TONGUE TIED, New York, NY

Elissa LevyTheodore: ArtOn Message, Brooklyn, NY, through February 17

Macon ReedAbrons Arts CenterA Pressing Conference, New York, January 19, 7pm

Julia Sinelnikova, Superchief Gallery NYRootkit, Ridgewood, NY, through February 10

Michael StammDC Moore GalleryMeditation Inc, New York, NY, through February 3

Erin TreacySunny’sScrupulous Records, Brooklyn, opening: January 26, 6:30-8:30pm

Audra WolowiecDieu DonneDieu Donné Workspace Program 2017, Brooklyn, NY, through January 19

CALIFORNIA:
Nadja Verena MarcinstateObject Action: The “F” Word in a Post-Truth Era, San Francisco, CA, through February 16

FLORIDA:
Meghan Moe Beitiks, Carrie Fonder & Calvin RocchioPensacola Museum of ArtCrossing Boundaries: Art and the Future of Energy, University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, through January 18

ILLINOIS:
Jessica Caponigro & Will Hutnick
DEMO Projectdemo DEMO, Springfield, IL, opening: January 13, 2-5pm

MARYLAND:
Leah Guadagnoli, Terrault GalleryCut, Copy, Paste. It’s Not What You Think, Baltimore, MD, through February 17

MASSACHUSETTS:
Will Hutnick, 
Geoffrey Young GalleryMateriality, Great Barrington, MA, opening: February 3, 5-7pm, through Feb 25

Kirstin Lamb & Elizabeth MichelmanDuxbury Art Complex MuseumClose to Home, Duxbury, MA, through January 14

Kirstin Lamb, New Bedford Museum of ArtSCAPES: Placemaking in the 21st Century, New Bedford, MA, through March 11

OREGON:
Sarah Meadows
Center for Contemporary Art & CultureProjects For The Page, through January 12

PENNSYLVANIA:
Erin TreacyBoxheart Gallery#werestillhere, Pittsburgh, PA, opening: January 23, through February 23

TEXAS:
Hilliary Gabryel. Graceless Lawrence & Rachael Starbuck, Museum of Human Achievementxoxo, Austin, TX, opening: January 19, through Jan 28

Suzy Gonzalez & Michael Menchaca, San Antonio International Airport, San Antonio, TX, opening: January 16, 2-4pm

VIRGINIA:
Sarah HardestyTarget Gallery at the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Interlude: Unfinished Works, Alexandria, VA, through January 21

OUTSIDE THE US:
Shay Arick, Haifa Museum of ArtDangerous Art: Fight, Protest – Knight, Mask, Haifa, Israel, through April 14

Jaewook Lee, SNAP(SVA-NYC Art Platform)Emphatic Audition, Huangpu, Shanghai, China, through January 22

Nadja Verena MarcinCentro Cultural Simon I. PatiñoV Bienal CONTEXTO, Cochabamba, Bolivia, through January 28

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Shay Arick, Uprising, 2016, Aluminum knives into plaster wall, 21 knives 14” x 18” x 3” each, on view at Maxon Mills Gallery at The Wassaic Project

Shay Arick, Uprising, 2016, Aluminum knives into plaster wall, 21 knives 14” x 18” x 3” each, on view at Maxon Mills Gallery at The Wassaic Project

PRESS:

Christy ChanKVNO NewsDitching Social Media? Try “Everybody Eats Lunch” Instead

Katya Grokhovsky, Will Hutnick, Colin Radcliffe & Julia SinelnikovaArte Fuse, Satellite Art Show on Unstoppable Trajectory for Miami Art Week 2017

Will HutnickNPR IllinoisSay It Ain’t So: DEMO Project’s Final Showing Before It’s Demolished

Dorian RolstonEssay DailyMethod Men

Brian Andrew WhiteleyArtnew NewsHere Are the Absolute Worst Artworks We Saw Around the World in 2017
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Macon Reed, A Pressing Conference, on view at Abrons Arts Center, January 19, 7pm

Macon Reed, A Pressing Conference, on view at Abrons Arts Center, January 19, 7pm