Same Same but Different - Baltimore
Very very happy to announce my first show in my home state! The Same Same but Different exhibition collective hits Baltimore - but with a twist! Not only are we exhibiting ourselves, but we have expanded to include two more talented artists, Maya Hayuk and Halsey Hathaway. The show runs from 4/13/13-5/18/13 at Guest Spot at the Reinstitute. The opening will be from 7-10 pm on 4/13. For more details please visit www.guestspot.org
Peaces on Earth
I will be exhibiting a watercolor in the exhibition Peaces on Earth, organized by Jon Lutz at SARDINE. The opening is Saturday December 15, 2012 from 5-10 pm at 286 Stanhope St. in Brooklyn. The lineup for the show is amazing and I'm very proud to be a part of it.
For the full lineup and further information please visit: http://lutzjon.tumblr.com/image/37262282172
Two River Group Exhibition
I am pleased to announce that I will be participating in the inaugural exhibit of the One River Gallery in Englewood, NJ. Entitled "Two River", this group exhibition focuses on contemporary abstract painting in Brooklyn, NY. The show opens September 14, and runs until October 27. For more information: http://oneriverschool.com/gallery
Same Same but Different - Seattle
I am very pleased to announce that Same Same but Different will be making our West coast debut at the SOIL Gallery in Seattle, WA. SOIL is an artist-run exhibition space with a rich history of exciting exhibitions and exceptionally creative members. Same Same but Different couldn't be happier about working with them. The show opens Thursday August 2, with a reception from 6 - 9 pm. It will run until September 1, 2012. For more information please visit: http://soilart.org/index.html
Same Same but Different - Interview
The fine folks over at the Artsicle blog did a feature-length interview with Amanda, Fabian, and myself. Please take a read here: http://www.artsicle.com/blog/you-can-feel-the-pulse
Closing Reception for Same Same but Different
Same Same but Different is the name of an exhibition collective formed by Amanda Valdez, Fabian Tabibian, and myself. The phrase is taken from a colloquialism used frequently in Southeast Asia, and is intended to highlight the nexus at which our work converges and diverges from each other. Our first show at the new gallery, Parallel Art Space has been a rousing success and we hope you can join us for a closing reception from 1- 6 pm on Sunday July 1st. for more information, please visit: http://www.parallelartspace.com/Parallel_Art_Space/Current.html
Transformation - Transcreation
I am pleased to announce my participation in this exhibition that was organized by Elisa London.
This summer group art installation, organized around twelve separate conference spaces on the 11th floor of Hogarth Worldwides 230 Park Avenue South offices (as well as throughout their new basement editorial facility), will consist of 12 different NYC-based emerging artists, each showing his/her work in separate rooms and spaces. These works embrace various art practices across a wide range of media including video installation, sculpture, painting, photography, interactive/performance art documentation and relational aesthetics work.
The artists included in this initial show are: David Arky, Sara Bowen, Fred Cray, Mark Dagley, Peter Demos, Jay Gaskill, William Holton, Karen Margolis, Shawn Powell, Blair Seagram, James Weingrod, and Timur York.
The shows opening reception is Thursday June 28, 2012 from 6-8 PM. It will run through September 21, 2012, and is open for viewing (after the opening), by appointment.