Archive for June, 2019

Migratory and Portals – Two new exhibitions opening at the Bath House Cultural Center

July 6-August 3, 2019Reception: Saturday, July 6, 2019 (7-9 PM). Featuring music by Len Barnett and Percussions Things  

Migration is an ever-present natural phenomenon that occurs all around us in a multiplicity of ways.  Whether human or non-human, migration is an activity that offers an extraordinary view into the complexity of how the world and the universe work. ... | Read More

Writers Guild Fights Back With Cease And Desist Letter To Agencies

The writers/agents fight hit a new level of ugly in the last week of June. “After being slapped this week with lawsuits from two of Hollywood’s biggest talent agencies, the Writers Guild of America fired back on Friday, sending a cease and desist letter in which the guild accuses agencies of engaging in anti-competitive behavior.” – Los Angeles Times

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HOT DOG opens July 13 at PDNB

July 13 – August 24, 2019

Opening Reception Saturday, July 13, 2019 From 5 – 8 pm

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To celebrate the “Dog Days of Summer”, PDNB Gallery has organized a delightful summer group show featuring photographs of DOGS. These photographs of man’s best friend will include many pedigrees of dogs, interpreted by notable... | Read More

London’s Tower Bridge an icon at 125 years old

London's iconic Tower Bridge celebrates its 125th anniversary on Sunday by showing off the weird and wacky alternative designs that were nearly built instead. The globally-recognised landmark which opens and closes for large boats plying the River Thames, has become one of the symbols of the British capital. But it could have been very different. The fairytale castle-style masterpiece was just... | Read More

Locks Gallery announces representation of Louise Fishman

In a career spanning over five decades to date, American painter Louise Fishman has produced an astounding body of work in gestural painting, engaging the materiality of mark making with an enduring passion. Locks Gallery announced its representation of this native Philadelphian. Both embracing and redefining the aggressively masculine tradition of Abstract Expressionism, [Fishman] has employed... | Read More

Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery opens an exhibition of works by the French artist Louis Granet

Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery welcomed the French artist Louis Granet for his first solo show at the gallery from 28 June until 7 September 2019. The art of Louis Granet can be read as the metaphor of the itinerary of the painter. Louis Granet develops a technique and a construction in his work rooted in the art of comic illustration. His practice of the comic acquires a whole new dimension on the... | Read More

The East Hampton Historical Society opens ‘Thomas Moran Discovers the American West’

The East Hampton Historical Society, stewards of the Thomas & Mary Nimmo Moran Studio, announce their newest exhibition: Thomas Moran Discovers the American West, on display from June 29 until November 9, 2019. This artful and historically curated exhibition details Moran’s adventurous participation in the 1871 Hayden Expedition to Wyoming, and explores its impact on both the art world and... | Read More

Abstract by Nature: Sean Kelly opens a group exhibition featuring major works by an international group of artists

Sean Kelly is presenting Abstract by Nature, a group exhibition featuring major works by an international group of artists, each of whom engages both traditional and non-traditional methods to produce meditative works that have a distinctly timeless quality. Working with a broad range of media including painting, sculpture, ceramic, film and video, the artists included in Abstract by Nature share... | Read More

SculptureCenter announces new Director Christian Rattemeyer

SculptureCenter announced the appointment of Christian Rattemeyer to the position of Director effective November 1, 2019. Rattemeyer joins the museum after 12 years at The Museum of Modern Art, where he served as Associate Curator in the Department of Drawings and Prints. He succeeds Mary Ceruti who is now Executive Director of the Walker Art Center. As the new Director, Rattemeyer will oversee... | Read More

Mary’s New Home and other works: Alexander and Bonin opens a group show

Alexander and Bonin is presenting Mary’s New Home and other works, a group show with work by Michael Buthe, Roman Cochet, Willie Cole, Diango Hernández, Robert Kinmont, Stefan Kürten, Jorge Macchi and Rita McBride. Roman Cochet’s work depicts scenes in which humanity appears to have vanished. A sense of desolation is palpable as untamed vegetation and overturned furniture fill in... | Read More
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