Friday, April 27, 2007
Tony Moore will be giving an artist's talk tomorrow, April 28 at 4pm at Galeria Janet Kurnatowski to coincide with his exhibit there through May 5. The gallery is located at 205 Norman Ave in Brooklyn.
There is a review of Tony's exhibit by D. Dominick Lombardi at culturecatch.com.
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Peter Iannarelli, Elia Gurna, Angelika, I and soccer mom Curry Mendes piled into Curry's Mom's minivan and headed over to last year's For Artist's Only event. We had an excellent time - we didn't mix with as many folks as we should have, but it was a chance to get to the museum, which we don't do enough. Last year's event was very well attended, and there is an opportunity to show your portfolio, and see the portfolios of many regional artists.
I am in the middle of a month long stint out in Denver currently, so if anyone is able to attend the salon tonight and wants to report back on it, I would welcome that very much.
The same holds true for the events of the April Second Saturday. If anyone has images of openings or events, like the Cafe Chronogram held at the Muddy Cup, or Keisendahl and Calhoun's return to Beacon with an exhibit at the Next Level Gallery at Hudson Beach Glass, let me know.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
This month's Gallery Talk at Dia:Beacon on April 28th will feature Clair Barliant speaking on Louise Bourgeois.
Claire Barliant is an associate editor of Modern Painters. Her writing has appeared in a number of publications including Artforum, Art on Paper, ArtNews, and Food & Wine. A 2004 graduate of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, she has curated exhibitions at CCS, the Glassell School of Art in Houston, and, most recently, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs in New York ("The Fact, Abstract," April 23-June 30). From 2004 to 2005 she was a critic-in-residence at the Core Program of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Current hours at Dia:Beacon are 11 am to 6 pm, Thursday through Monday (closed Tuesday, and Wednesday). Admission to the museum is $10 general, $7 for students and seniors, and free for Dia members and children under 12. The museum is easily reachable via Metro-North Railroad (the MTA's Hudson Line station in Beacon is within walking distance of the museum). On Saturdays, the 10:51 am train from Grand Central arrives in Beacon at 12:17. Full schedules are available on the MTA's website at http://mta.info. The museum is also reachable by major roadways. Driving directions are available on Dia's website at http://www.diaart.org/dia/visitor/index.html.
This series is made possible through the generosity of The Dyson Foundation, The Karan-Weiss Foundation, Jane W. Nuhn Charitable Trust, and the New York State Council on the Arts.
Saturday, April 21, 2007
On a different Sol Lewitt tangent, it's been several months since the artist's cinderblock forms were deinstalled from the lawn of Max Protetch Gallery's 'Sculpture Beacon' location. Some time back, I inquired via email whether the gallery planned any future installations, but I received no reply. The webpage dedicated to the Beacon outpost on the gallery's website no longer exists, although there is a mention of the 2003 creation of the site on the gallery's history page
Friday, April 20, 2007
I'll see if Karlos will send me the titles and such for the work.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
The exhibit, "A Jamaica Queens Thing: Rap and the Crack Era in South Jamaica, Queens" is curated by Herb Tam, Associate Curator at the Queens Museum.
The show runs from April 14-June 2. There will be a reception this Saturday from 4-7pm, and an artists and curator talk will take place on June 2 from 4-7pm.
Other participating artists are: Corey D'Augustine, Jocelin Donahue, Joshua Abram Howard, Daragh Reeves, Greg Santos, Sol'Sax, Xavier Simmons, Nick Stillman.
“Tony Moore: Sculpture, In the Age of the Innocents” at Galeria Janet
Kurnatowski from Friday April 13 to Saturday May 5, 2007.
opening reception is Friday April 13 from 7 – 9pm. There will be an
Artist’s Talk on Saturday April 28 at 4pm. The public is invited and
admission is free.
Gallery hours are Thu/Sat 1 – 7 and by
Galeria Janet Kurnatowski is located at 205 Norman Ave. Brooklyn, NY
Directions: G Train to Nassau Ave. Walk to Norman Ave. and SW corner
of Humboldt St. Gallery on lower level. For information contact
Janet Kurnatowski at (718) 383 9380 or GaleriaJanet@gmail.com
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
If your interested, Cremaster 3 will be screened tomorrow, thursday the 12th at 7pm.
Cremaster 4 and 5 will be shown on Sunday, the 15th starting at 7pm.
Screenings will be held at the Blodgett Auditorium on campus.
I don't know where Blodgett Auditorium is - I couldn't find any location info on Vassar's website, but I'm sure it's not hard to find.
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
The story of two mismatched "Little League Dads" with opposing philosophies
toward competition and success, Rounding Third is a comedy about parenthood and
America's cultural values.
Playwright Richard Dresser began writing Rounding Third when his son's Little
League coach suggested that a slower player fake an injury as part of the team's
strategy for winning. "I was horrified," Dresser wrote in an Introduction to the
play. "Is this how our children are being trained to deal with competition? How
many future Enrons are brewing on our Little League fields and in our school
gyms under the watchful eyes of over-zealous coaches? What about building
character and encouraging fair play? Or are such notions laughable in this
country at this point in history? At that moment I knew that I had to write
TrueNorth Theatre Project was founded in February of 2005 by professional
actors, writers and designers who wanted to bring theatre to their own
backyard. The co-founders are Brad Bellamy and Suzanna Hay of Beacon, Lynn
Hawley and Michael Heintzman of Cold Spring, Kurt Rhoads and Nance Williamson of Garrison and resident designer David Birn of Cold Spring. The company has
been performing staged readings at various venues in and around Beacon and
Garrison. They will be producing an original festival of short plays this
Fall with their 1st Annual River Play Festival. All plays will embrace the
theme “river.” The contest attracted works from 76 playwrights from around
the country with three being chosen as winners. The other four plays were
commissioned by TrueNorth and were written by celebrated playwrights, John
Pielmeier (Agnes of God), Irene O’Garden (Women on Fire), Quincy Long (Lively
Lad, Joy of Going Somewhere Definite) and resident playwright Michael Heintzman.
For more details on the readings, please email True North at email@example.com
Monday, April 02, 2007
Sonia Roy - Works on paper
Dakin Roy - Photographs
April 7 – April 29, 2007 Opening Reception: Saturday,
April 7th, 6 – 9pm.
GO NORTH is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of
Sonia and Dakin Roy’s show “Memento Mori”. The exhibition runs from April 7th
through April 29th, 2007. A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday,
April 7th, 6 - 9 pm. In Memento Mori, Sonia and Dakin Roy explore issues of
mortality and the way various people from different backgrounds, ethnicities,
religions, and demographics deal with death. Through photographs and works on
paper, the Roy’s have taken pieces of the past and combined them with the
present. Creating new memories and homage’s out of the remnants of those who
have come before us. To re-examine, and re-define what it is to be alive and how
we choose to remember those that are gone. Sonia and Dakin Roy live and work in
Founded in September of 2006 by artists Gregory Slick and
Karlos Cárcamo, Go North’s mission is to support, exhibit, and promote art by
local, national, and international artists. Our focus is contemporary art that
is dedicated to exploring cutting edge cultural and artistic issues by pushing
the boundaries of traditional media. Staging monthly exhibitions on a rotating
basis gives artists the opportunity to expand and explore new dimensions in
their work. Enabling us to keep our exhibitions fresh and updated, while
providing a place in the Hudson Valley for contemplation, dialog and exchange of
GO NORTH - A Space for Contemporary Art 469 Main St.,
Beacon, NY 12508
Gallery hours: 12 - 6 pm, Friday - Sunday