MAY

May 11, 2015

Exhibition: The Wassaic Project's Deep End

19 Furnace Bank Road, Wassaic, NY

DATES: JUNE 14– SEPTEMBER 21, 2015

GALLERY HOURS: Fridays 5-7pm, Saturday– Sunday, 12pm – 5pm

PREVIEW PARTY: June 13, 2015

 

CURATED BY:

Jeff Barnett-Winsby, Eve Biddle and Bowie Zunino: Artists and Wassaic Project Co-Directors

wassaicproject.org

 

The Wassaic Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization, exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art.

 

The Wassaic Project’s eighth annual Summer Exhibition, investigates how artists explore, examine, and work within their environments. The Wassaic Project invites viewers to climb the seven stories of the Maxon Mills grain elevator, and experience the work of over 70 emerging artists.

 

The Wassaic Project Summer Festival is a free, annual, multi-disciplinary celebration of art, music, dance, and community featuring over 100 artists, 25 bands, film screenings, dance performances. Housed in the unique buildings and property of the Wassaic Project, the festival escapes the white walls of traditional art spaces and focuses on site-sensitive installations and performances.

 

Exhibition: Spin, Dazzle, Fade

at Grizzly Grizzly, Philadelphia, PA

319 N 11th Street, 2nd Floor

DATES: JULY 10 – AUGUST 1, 2015

OPENING: JULY 10, 2015

 

www.grizzlygrizzly.com

 

This group show features work that uses color, movement, and shape to play with the aesthetic or emotional aspects of condensed or saturated space.  Featuring the work of Will Hutnick, Ben Pranger, Andre Wohl Keefe and Stephanie Williams.

 

Grizzly Grizzly is an artist collective in Philadelphia, PA. We are all practicing artists who also curate exhibitions, performances and alternative programming. Using the creative problem-solving skills needed in our daily studio practices, we create a meeting-ground for dialog and a space for innovative work without the constraints of institutional agendas or commercial interests.

 

Solo Exhibition: Everyone Actually is Each Other

at Hillyer Artspace, Washington, DC

9 Hillyer Court, NW

DATES: JULY 3 – AUGUST 1, 2015

OPENING: JULY 10, 2015

 

hillyerartspace.org

 

Habit, ceremony, superstition and ritual are a part of the creative process. Everyone Actually is Eachother creates conversation around autonomy related to studio practice. Employing a series of interviews and instructional drawings as an interface, Williams considers the work of eight separate creatives, from a DC based slam poet to a New England based figurative sculptor.

 

Project: Mirror Mirrored –available soon

 

Gwarlingo Press is launching a new series of limited-edition classic books, illuminated by contemporary artists, starting with twenty-five Grimm’s fairy tales. Mirror Mirrored is a project of Michelle Aldridge and Corwin Levi

www.mirrormirrored.net

 

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:

Amy Cutler, Angus McCullough, Anna Schuleit Haber, Anne Connell, Brittany DeNigris, Carrie Mae Weems, Corwin Levi, David Packer, Debra Smith, DJ Spooky (aka Paul D. Miller), John Kelly, Joseph Keckler, Julia Jacquette, Kiki Smith, Lothar Osterburg, Margaret Lanzetta, Plano Casual (aka Agustin Lucho Pozo), Rachel Perry Welty, Sarah Fagan, Siona Benjamin, Simen Johan, Stephanie J. Williams, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Walter Martin & Paloma Muňoz, Wangechi Mutu, and Will Rawls

 

 

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