The Ivy Brown Gallery presents Concur:
verb (intransitive) -curs, -curring, -curred
1. to agree; be of the same mind; be in accord
2. to combine, act together, or cooperate
3. to occur simultaneously; coincide
4. (rare) to converge
A group show of works from: Johnathan Ball, Cody S. Brothers, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Carol John, Kenjiro Kitade (image of Faceless Dogs above), Jamel Robinson, Todd Williamson. Though each artist has their own visual voice they harmonize in this exhibit and together show how individual’s parts create a whole.
Studio Sixty Six presents these may (not) be places a group exhibition that features five emerging artists from Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. Click here for the full press release.
Through print and illustration, these may (not) be places explores the concept of place – its depictions and abstractions. Place may be structure, expressed in the character of architecture or the clear textures of geography. But it is also, always, distant – the first idea of space, its memory, its secretive nature. The exhibition invokes responses from artists working in print and illustration.
Laura Bydlowska depicts the geological patterns that reveal slow, natural processes. Kathryn Shriver explores delicate and surreal illustrations tell narratives of mental space—feeling a place through the passage of time, ritual, and the intangible terms of thought. Alex Thompson’s engravings capture the architectural city, with the curious voyeurism of the photographer. Guillermo Trejo’s flags for non-existent states challenge the way a nation exists as both idea and land. Joani Tremblay playfully deconstructs place into graphic elements, commenting on dominant, globalised aesthetic tropes.
The exhibition, these may (not) be places opens at Studio Sixty Six on June 30, 2016, and is on view until August 27, 2016.
the burden (Blue Cross #1), 2016, Steve Kinder, courtesy of Sara Nightingale Gallery
The Association of Women Art Dealers is pleased to share that C Fine Art and the Sara Nightingale Gallery are participating in ArtHamptons. Held annually, the fair presents 70+ dealers featuring works of art on a private Lumber Lanes Reserve estate grounds in Bridgehampton – one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the Hamptons.
The Sara Nightingale Gallery is presenting Steven Kinder’s solo installation, “the burden”, organized by curator Katherine Gass, at booth #205
C FINE ART will be showing at BOOTH 207
Joanna Bryant Projects presents ‘Emerged’ in Clerkenwell (28/Jun-10/Jul) an exhibition featuring work by Katja Larsson, Jay Price, Josie Cockram, Nikolai Ishchuk, Cally Shadbolt, Joella Wheatley, Kostas Synodis, David Watkins, Alix Marie and Silvia Lerin.
Endurance, passion and dedication are key character traits for the pursuit of an artistic career, and in the season of summer degree shows and emerging artists, we will present a two-part group show of noteworthy artists who have ’emerged’, have continued a rigorous line of enquiry and are managing to establish their practices in and around London despite the challenging economic conditions. For more information click here.
AWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce a new Member to our Virtual Chapter, Carrie Colton.
Carrie Colton has 30 years of experience as a designer, fine art painter, art consultant and curator. She established Exposure Gallery in Ottawa, in 2009 and then in 2013 her current Studio Sixty Six devoted to showcasing emerging artists from in and around the Ottawa region and across Canada.
Click here to read Carrie’s full profile and please join us in warmly welcoming Carrie to AWAD.