Eric Hibit's solo exhibition opens at the University of Vermont on Wednesday, Sept 21, 2016. There will be an opening reception at 3pm on Thursday, Sept 22. Hibit will give a public lecture in conjunction with this exhibition at the Fleming Museum of Art at 5:30pm on Wednesday, Sept 21. The varied approaches of the work presented in R*O*Y*G*B*I*V are linked by the artist’s preoccupation with color.
The Francis Colburn Gallery
University of Vermont
72 University Place
Andy Cross's solo exhibition titled "Cosmic Spandex" is on view at SARDINE gallery from Saturday, September 10 through Sunday, October 9, 2016. For Cosmic Spandex, Cross has wrapped the gallery in a hand painted, 10 by 35 foot long, oil on canvas, painting of the cosmos. On top of this backdrop Cross hung a ‘constellation of drawings’. Sardine is located at 286 Stanhope Street in Brooklyn, New York.
Inna Babaeva and Hein Koh (above) have work on view in the exhibition titled "Verblist" at gallery E. Tay located at 39 White Street in Tribeca, NYC on view through October 1, 2016.
An action shot of Jennifer Grimyser's performance at Radiator Arts on September 16th in an exhibition titled "Reflections on Failure" curated by Osman Can Yerebakan. The works will be on display until Nov. 12th, the gallery is located at 10-61 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City, Queens.
Inna Babaeva sculptural installation of handmade pillows with photo prints of lapping waves, and flame image printed on plexiglass, in a one night exhibition on Saturday, September 17, 2016, for a special installation of The Willows, on the rooftop floor of the landmark Lord & Taylor building at Fifth Avenue, NYC.
Hein Koh spoke to Brian Alfred on his Sound & Vision Podcast, featuring interviewswith artists and musicians. Koh gets goes deep discussing her past as the lead singer of a riot grrrl band, getting brainwashed at Jesus camp, and her father's stint in prison. Also check out great interviews with Wendy White, Maria Calandra, David Humphrey, Erik den Breejen.
Stacy Fisher sculptural works featured in MAYBE I’M DOING IT WRONG at 106 Green with artists Elizabeth Bonaventura, Allison Evans, Ryan Falkowitz, Justin Q Martin and Sara Greenberger Rafferty. The show was curated by Jon Lutz and ran from June 18th to July 17th, 2016 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Mitchell Wright showed this lyrical painting in a group exhibition at Brennan Griffin on Manhattan's Lower East Side this summer from July 24 - August 19th. Curated by the fine folks at 106 Green in Brooklyn.
Solo exhibition "Also Known As" presented photo based work by Jennifer Grimyser at Ground Floor Gallery from June 9 - June 26, 2016 located in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn.