Monthly Archives: April 2013

Mary Iverson

The Shooting Gallery Project Space is pleased to present Tangle by Washington-based artist

Mary Iverson

at New American Painting

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Radcliffe Bailey

Still on to the 27th of April

“His mixed-media paintings and installations incorporate objects steeped in history”

Go see or check out this slide show.

At Bridgette Mayer Gallery

709 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

tel 215 413 8893
fax 215 413 2283

www.bridgettemayergallery.com

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm
& by appointment


Barry McGee

I.C.A. Boston http://www.icaboston.org/

This mid-career survey of influential San Francisco–based artist Barry McGee provides an opportunity to explore two decades of the artist’s formal and thematic development.VIEW SLIDESHOW

 Barry McGee began exhibiting his art in the late 1980s, not in a museum or gallery, but on his home streets of San Francisco. At that time the city was reeling from a lackluster economy and the scourge of the AIDS crisis, and citizens often took to the streets in protest and to raise awareness of societal woes. Inspired by this activism and the more politicized forms of protest graffiti and signage perpetrated by politically minded groups, as well as a tight-knit community of fellow taggers and the burgeoning hardcore music scene in San Francisco.

McGee developed as a graffiti artist, often under the tag name “Twist.” Deploying a visual vocabulary that borrows elements from graffiti, comics, hobo art, sign painting, and other sources, McGee’s imagery simultaneously celebrates and critiques his diverse Mission District neighborhood.


Karl Spreitz

Karl Spreitz- Instant retrospective:

Films at the University of Victoria’s Maltwood Gallery archive.

Mechanical Man (The Sightseer)

Is my fav today.  Check it out.

Also. some of Karl’s paintings and drawings:

Karl Spreitz

Behind the Barn– 1976

Good Way to Make Heads Meet– 1976

Government Drinking Fountain– 1973

Look What My Girdle Did To Me– 1963

Maybe The Rooster Came First– 1978

Mothers Don’t Play Ball on Sundays– 1983

Self-Propelled– 1975

Unmasked Clown– 1979

Untitled; Abstract– 1975

Untitled; Female Nude– 1975

Untitled; Figure and Geometric Shapes– 1974

Untitled; Figure and Machine– 1973

Untitled; Four Figures– 1973

Untitled; Fruit Bowl and Figures– 1978

Untitled; Human Figure, Piano Parts– n.d.

Untitled; Single Figure– 1974

Untitled; Single Figure, line drawing– 1975

Untitled; Single Figure and Machine Parts– n.d.

Untitled; Two Figures, Old Man and Angel– 1976

Where Do You Want To Go?– 1977


Alejandro Cartagena

Kopeikin Gallery

Car Poolers Closing Soon

“”Cartagena takes photographs in Monterrey, Mexico, documenting parts of everyday life there that he sees as depicting “a global issue from a local perspective.”  In a town that has a relatively new, booming construction market, Cartagena decided to document a side of the day laborers’ lives that might not often be seen: the commute to and from work at various construction sites.”” American Painting

“”Kopeikin Gallery is an accessible place where information and conversation flow freely. People stop by to see the current exhibition and what’s new in the back room. We talk about the latest photographic monographs, since books are such an important part of the photo world, and we look beyond photography to a shared interest in all art; of which photography is an increasing important part.””

Kopeikin Gallery
2766 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA. 90034
(310) 559-0800 tel
(310) 559-0802 fax

info@kopeikingallery.com


Dylan Baily

http://www.davidnolangallery.com/exhibitions/

DYLAN BAILEY

April 4 – May 4, 2013
Opening reception: Thursday, April 4, 6-8pm

David Nolan Gallery is excited to present an exhibition of new works by Dylan Bailey. On view from April 4 to May 4, this will be the artist’s first solo show with the gallery.

David Nolan Gallery is excited to present an exhibition of new works by Dylan Bailey. On view from April 4 to May 4, this will be the artist’s first solo show with the gallery.

A significant area of Bailey’s expanding practice is his ongoing series of “number” paintings. These works (which first appeared in a solo show at the National Exemplar gallery) serve as a record of what the artist describes as “a random toss of metal and plastic numbers.”


Bulrush remembers Saul Steinbeg

Adam Baumgold Gallery

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HOURS: TUES. – SAT. 11-5:30 PM
CONTACT: ADAM BAUMGOLD
EMAIL: abaumgold@aol.com
FACEBOOK: Adam Baumgold Gallery

60 E 66th St., New York, NY 40.767388 -73.967443
nr. Madison Ave.  See Map