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Jennifer Grimyser in Zing Magazine

Fran Holstrom

Jennifer Grimyser has a new photography project published in the latest issue of Zing Magazine Issue #25 titled "Free or Missing". This project focuses on pull tabs flyers, which are displayed on telephone poles or bulletin boards. This public messaging format utilizes a simple 8.5" x 11" piece of paper yet the content is playful and practical, yet at time also emotional and tragic.

Look for issue #25 at your local bookstore and newsstand or to purchase your own copy http://zingmagazine.com/zingstore.html

Issue #25 Features:
Sarah Staton, "Mycology and Dendrology"
Amy Gartrell, "Curate My Death"
Rachel Cole Dalamangas, "The Leftovers"
Allan McCollum, "Allan McCollum: 1968-1977"
Shamus Clisset, "Untitled (Empty)"
Robert Smithson, "Pop"
Kerri Scharlin, "In Her Studio"
Gaston Karquel/Geraldine Postel & David Magnin, "Megéve: Two Days in the Summer 1948"
Polly Apfelbaum, "The Potential of Women"
Craig Dykers, "Observationalist" 
Michael Ross, "Sculpture|2005-2006"
Jennifer Grimyser, "Missing or Free"
Karin Bravin, "Proposal"
Maria Antelman/Melanie Flood, "The Spacesaver"
Willard Boepple, "Rips"
Heidi Zuckerman, ". . . some fragment of a dream"
Christian Schumann, "Obstacles"
Elmgreen & Dragset/Maureen Sullivan, "Variations of Blue"
Bjarne Melgaard, "The Worst Year of My Life"
Romana Drdova, "Mapo Tofu Masks: An Asian Love Story"
Edgar Serrano/Benjamin Donaldson, "Edgar Serrano"
Deborah Kass, "No Kidding"
Natalie Rivera, "The Women's Group"
Brandon Johnson, "Paintings for the People: La Familia Lorenzo"
Walter Robinson, "Pharmaceuticals"

Poster #11: Mark Licari
Special Edition (mask): Romana Drdova 
Special Edition (koozie: Shamus Clisset
 

Liz Ainslie and Jennifer Grimyser included in TSA's "The 2019 Flat File: Year Six"

Fran Holstrom

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OPENING: Friday, November 30, 6-9 PM
ON VIEW: Saturdays and Sundays 1 PM - 6 PM
November 30 – December 16, 2018

Chosen from an open call that attracted a diverse range of artists, Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York is pleased to present an exhibition launching our 2019 Flat File program featuring 38 artists representing an array of approaches towards flat media: drawing, collage, printmaking, and photography. In many cases the selected works are emblematic of an artist’s core practice, while for some this work represents a departure from a larger body of work. The small-scale format presented in our program presents an elastic site for play and exploration.
 

During this exhibition, and throughout the year visitors are welcome to browse and acquire artworks from the flat file. Individual pieces from the program will be selectively highlighted throughout the year. All works can be viewed on our website and a catalog highlighting all artists in the 2019 program is available for purchase on our website and through MagCloud.
 

The 2019 Flat File features works by: Liz Ainslie, Kumasi J. Barnett, Janine Biunno, Theresa Bloise, Kat Chamberlin, Yen Yen Chou, Jonathan Cowan, Molly Dilworth, Ian Etter, Daniel Goodwin, Jennifer Grimyser, Christine Han, Leslie Hirst, Will Hutnick, Amanda Konishi, Lauren McGill, Nick Naber, Jenene Nagy, Naomi Nakazato, Zahra Nazari, Justin Liam O'Brien, Anna Ortiz, Alison Owen, Kent Rhodebeck, Anna Riley, Leslie Roberts, Kate Russo, Ryan Russo, Emilie Selden, Becca Shmuluvitz, Juna Skenderi, Leah Smith, Kalina Winters, Mie Yim, Seldon Yuan, Stella Zhong, Deborah Zlotsky, and Mark Zubrovich.

Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York
1329 Willoughby Ave, #2A
Brooklyn, NY 11237
www.tigerstrikesasteroid.com

Directions:
L Train to Jefferson stop.

Jennifer Grimyser in "Noise Margins" @Resort in Baltimore

Fran Holstrom

Noise Margins
OPENING: March 17th, 6-8pm
ON VIEW: March 17 - April 28

Participating Artists:
Jennifer Grimyser
Marisa Laguardia
Natan Lawson
Grant Wells
Joshua Caleb Weibley

"Noise Margins brings together five artists whose work uses or references technology and digital aesthetics as they’ve become universal and historicized.  Pixels, clip art, posterization, plotters, digital compression, and image editing software, each with its own associative stylings, exist in a collective visual history.  Unlike art history, this immediate past is a shared experience, applied to office work, the dissemination of information, and creative vocations alike -- A relatable reference to mine and subvert. These act as outmoded points in the arc of technological development, and carry with them an inescapable set of practical affiliations with cubicle culture and early computer design.  Starting from the point of utilitarian expectation, these artists move past the notion of the digital as novel, presenting it instead as a tool, while referencing its role in visual culture and communication." - Press Release

RESORT is an artist run gallery in Baltimore, MD.  Founded in 2018, Resort is a new iteration of a curatorial collaboration between Seth Adelsberger and Alex Ebstein, who previously co-founded and ran Nudashank (2009 - 2013).  Resort is a project dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art and promoting collaboration.  

RESORT
235 Park Ave. Baltimore MD 21201
http://resortbaltimore.com/

Jennifer Grimyser @Cindy Ruckers - Saturday 6-8pm

Fran Holstrom

UNFOLDING: Jennifer Grimyser, Jena H. Kim, Daniela Kostova
Curated by Eun Young Choi

Through the folding and unfolding of narratives, spaces and ideas, these three artists compose and manipulate the dimensional boundaries of painting and photography. 

For UNFOLDING, Jena H. Kim’s new site specific wall installation renders a simple pictorial frame that is subverted by elements of mystery and abstraction. Kostova presents 'Adventure Playground' depicting a scene of a family surviving a flood. Jennifer Grimyser will be showing her carefully constructed photographs rife with deceptive illusions. 

OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 13, 6-8PM
ON VIEW: May 13, 2017 to June 18, 2017
HOURS: WED - SUN, 11 am - 6 pm

Spring Fling: Pop-up Show & Magazine Launch

Fran Holstrom

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Curated by Fran Holstrom, in collaboration with Aquarius Studios in Ridgewood, Queens

         Eric Hibit, "Flowering Bonsai" acrylic on panel, 20” x 16”, 2017

         Eric Hibit, "Flowering Bonsai" acrylic on panel, 20” x 16”, 2017

Aquarius proudly presents Spring Fling, our first gallery exhibition, in collaboration with Neesh Interactive. This pop-up exhibition considers a selection of artists featured in the print publication, “Neesh, Issue No. 1, Spring 2017”, produced by the curator and founder of Neesh, Fran Holstrom. Neesh offers a sample of the distinct conceptual and material motivations utilized in the emerging art scene at large. Please join us for an opening reception featuring works by:

Wm. Dilworth
Jennifer Grimyser
Eric Hibit
Katarina Jerinic
Matt Miller

Opening: Friday, April 7th, 7-9pm
On view:  Saturdays April 8th & 15th, Noon - 6pm

 

Bill Dilworth’s practice centers on mark-making, and involves a variety of novel approaches. The artist’s body is an instrument to skoot, push and smear paint: oversize canvases record footwork in action, while meandering installations record the artist’s fingerprints as they feel their way around the room. Dilworth also incorporates a conceptual practice that notes the passage of time, finds connections in nature, and across linguistic patterns.                                        

Jennifer Grimyser’s photographs have the professional polish of a glossy magazine, yet use none of the digital tricks. Each photograph is painstakingly constructed in the studio. The resulting images have a heavy graphic nature, tight cropping, and pictorial flattening, yet provide visual clues to help the viewer navigate. Words, symbols, and diagrams are placed within the image concretely, often casting shadows, while 3D imagery is collapsed to freely intermingle in the textual field.

Eric Hibit’s paintings are characterized by crisp imagery and exquisite detail. Lovingly considered from conception to the final embellishments, Hibit excels in two tandem modes of painting: one flat, representational and intimately scaled, the other abstract and constructed to bulge off the wall. Textiles such as tapestry and needlepoint have influenced his repeated gesture, evidenced in the application of innumerable hand-painted dots.

Katarina Jerinic draws attention to our interactions with the built landscape. Katarina’s artwork manifests itself in maps, suites of photographs, walking tours, videos, and handmade editions. The project Beautification This Site, document Jerinic’s interaction with a leftover piece of land acquired through the Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway Program.  This series of photographs exemplify the artist’s dark humor centering on the notion of ‘territory’ in its expectant state.

Matt Miller builds each painting through an idiosyncratic dance of reductive and additive processes. Embracing dissonance with anachronistic color and dense gestures, Miller’s raw, underworked aesthetic is the result of a time-consuming process. The resulting pocks in the ground and raised surface of each brushstroke are often a springboard for the addition of yet more collapsed shapes, that add dimensionality until the painting pushes towards sculpture.  work relies on deeply textured, bold, expressionist brushstrokes.

Neesh features emerging artists making original, collectible work from their extensive network, and encourages dialogue with the artists. Visit www.neesh.io to request a studio visit or buy artwork online.

Aquarius is located at 1116-A Wyckoff Avenue, Queens, NY.
For the gallery, enter through the driveway. www.aquariusstudiosnyc.com
(L to Halsey / M to Myrtle Wyckoff / B26 bus from downtown Brooklyn)
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Neesh Artists News

Fran Holstrom

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
Burlington, VT


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.