Pleased to have “No. 214” chosen by The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Department of Painting and Sculpture Curator Jenny Harris to be exhibited in Greenwich Art Society’s exhibit “Parallel Visions, Realism & Abstraction” at the Flinn Gallery. July 25 – August 15, 2018.
Reception: Thursday, July 26th 6pm
A little about the juror. Jenny Harris has worked at The Museum of Modern Art in the Department of Painting and Sculpture since 2013, and has been a curatorial assistant since 2015. During this time, she has worked with Leah Dickerman on the exhibitions One-Way Ticket: Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series and Other Visions of the Great Movement North (2015) and Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends (2017), for which she also organized the public program Dance Among Friends, featuring choreography by Rauschenberg’s collaborators, Trisha Brown, Merce Cunningham, and Paul Taylor. Most recently, she assisted in the installation of the collection presentation, The Long Run (2017, organized by Paulina Pobocha and Cara Manes) and is currently working on the reinstallation of the collection for the reopening of the Museum in 2019. Prior to working at MoMA, she was the Liliane Pingoud Soriano Curatorial Fellow at the Musée du Louvre, Paris. She holds a BA from Wellesley College (2012)
February is off to a great start. I sold a piece and won two awards. An Award of Excellence for my piece on panel “Two Figures” and an Award of Merit for “Comfortable with Our Love” in the 4th Biannual Competition, Four Point Contemporary, Online Gallery with Juror: Ahyor Thompson. Submissions were received from artists from approximately 32 countries. I am feeling really grateful that I sold a piece as well as for the recognition.
Just heard my work is being included in The F Word
(Feminism Now)Exhibition in Chicago, IL. Juried by juror:
Jeanne Dunning, Professor of Art, Northwestern University.
-Exhibition Dates: November 26, 2014 – December 14, 2014 -Opening Reception: Friday, December 5, 2014 from 6pm – 9pm
Excerpt from the ARC Gallery in Chicago, IL: ARC Gallery was founded in the 70’s during the height of the Feminist Art Movement, we have decided to organize a tribute to feminist exhibitions. Rather than revisit the history of Feminist Art and its early leaders, ARC is choosing to celebrate the gallery’s feminist history by examining what else Feminist Art is. That is, rather than reducing feminism’s meaning to one familiar artist or era, ARC would like to explore what feminist art was, what it has come to be, and where it is going.
In mounting this juried group exhibition, ARC’s goal is not to deride or disown dominant associations or previous generations. Our impulse is additive and exploratory rather than denunciatory. ARC hopes to uncover other ways feminism has been, or will be, made visible particularly in regard to the contemporary art scene.
ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation
Gallery Hours: Open Wed-Sat 12-6, Sun 12-4; Closed Monday and Tuesday
2156 North Damen Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60647