Above: Fabienne Lasserre, Are (Magenta, White, Brown, Red), 2013. Flax and pigmented linen with copper tubing. 83 x 29 x ¼ inches.
Robert Henry Contemporary will host an exhibition of Workspace alumnus Noah Loesberg (2004), his second solo show with the gallery. The opening reception is Friday, November 15 from 6-9 pm and will be on view until December 22, 2013.
Workspace Program artist Shirley Wegner (2009) has collaborated with Farideh Cadot Gallery in Paris for an upcoming exhibition. The opening reception is Tuesday, October 15th, from 3 to 8 pm. The show will be open from October 16th-December 14th, 2013. If you happen to be in the area, please feel free to join for the opening reception or stop by the gallery at your own leisure.
Firelei Báez (’13) and Saya Woolfalk (’12) are currently included in the exhibition “Masqueraders Are the Ancestors of Protestors: A Celebration of the Mask As a Tool of Social Change” presented by The IMC Lab + Gallery and SOL’SAX, on view through June 27, 2013. SOL’SAX organizes Jubilees every year to celebrate Juneteenth, an American holiday commemorating the liberation of the last slaves in Texas on June 19th 1865. Each year the Jubilee focuses on a specific cultural product that has been used by culture soldiers to create social freedom. In this show Saya Woolfalk, Firelei Báez, and SOL’SAX celebrate the tradition of honored reverence through masking. On Juneteenth (June 19th) there will be a Jubilee Masquerade where attendees will be encouraged to bring their own mask.
An exhibition organized by Brad Ewing and featuring work by
Grayson Cox + Daniel Bozhkov
Lothar Osterburg + Ellen Driscoll
Megan Plunkett + Seth Zucker
Zoë Sheehan Saldaña + Charles Moody
David Storey + John Dilg
May 22-July 3, 2013
Opening reception Wednesday May 22 from 6-9pm
Planthouse (a brand new gallery founded by Katie Michel and Brad Ewing)
107 W. 28 St.
New York, NY 10001
Molly Smith‘s (’12) work in handmade paper at NADA was mentioned in the New York Times review of the fair on May 10, 2013.
Far more prevalent, however, are cerebral, cautious-looking abstractions, albeit with interesting textural twists, along the lines of Ruby Sky Stiler’s grooved plaster reliefs at Nicelle Beauchene, or Molly Smith’s cones and wall collages of handmade paper at Kate Werble.
Full article here.