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Contents for September 15, 2020

Weekly Spotlight, Dahn Hiuni, FF Alumn, now online at https://vimeo.com/326864560

Created in 1999, “Art History 487: Late Twentieth Century Art” imagines living in the 23rd century while studying art of the late 20th century. The artist, Dahn Hiuni, acts as a descendant to himself and studies his own work, emphasizing the emerging prevalence given to performance art in the style of Marcel Duchamp and the Dadaists. Hiuni contextualizes the history of the late 20th century, such as the cultural revolutions and invention of the Internet. The performance satirizes the increasing reliance on "time-based communication" technologies and shifting cultural norms. Part of Franklin Furnace’s first full season as a virtual presenting institution, with Pseudo Programs in 1999, the 24-minute documentary film of “Art History 487: Late Twentieth Century Art” offers a glimpse into the late 1990s - back to the emerging times of computer-based technology. Fitting with its year of creation, Hiuni’s performance brings to mind the seemingly incessant human feelings of anxiety and eagerness towards the future. Producer: Alex Walsh, Program Coordinator Alice Wu, Creative Consultant Carla Roth. Pseudo Programs: Camera Ilan Cohen, Audio Charles Bradley, Video Laura Foy, Producer Andrea Bennett.
In recent years, Dahn has mostly been focusing his efforts on playwriting. Both his major plays, Murmurs and Incantations http://www.murmursplay.com/ and SICK https://www.sicktheplay.com/ have won national awards. www.dahnhiuni.com
(Text by Zaria George)
Please visit this link: https://vimeo.com/326864560



Judith Young Mallin, FF Member, In Memoriam

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Thank you.



1. Howardena Pindell, FF Alumn, at The Shed, Manhattan, opening Oct. 16

Please visit this link: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/10/arts/design/new-york-museums-reopen-coronavirus.html
Thank you.



2. Emma Amos, FF Alumn, at Ryan Lee Gallery, Manhattan, thru Oct. 24

Emma Amos
Falling Figures

Dear Friends,
We are very excited to welcome you back to the gallery by appointment with an exhibition of paintings by Emma Amos starting September 10.

You are invited to make an appointment for contactless exhibition viewing here: https://ryanleegallery.com/appointments/?utm_source=Emma+Amos+exhibition+announcement&utm_campaign=Amos+exhibition+announcement+2020&utm_medium=email

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with our safety guidelines detailed at the link so that we can all enjoy the exhibition in the safest way possible. To book a sales appointment, please contact info@ryanleegallery.com or call us at 212-397-0742.

We look forward to seeing you soon.


All of us at RYAN LEE Gallery

Please visit this link: https://issuu.com/rlgallery/docs/falling_figures_catalogue?fr=sOGQ3NzMzMTgyMA&utm_source=Emma+Amos+exhibition+announcement&utm_campaign=Amos+exhibition+announcement+2020&utm_medium=email Thank you.



3. GOODW.Y.N., FF Alumn, at 1060 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, Sept. 27
Ain’t I a Woman (?/!): HOMEcoming, HOMEbound
Sunday, September 27th, 11am-2pm
Location: 1060 Putnam Avenue (bet. Broadway & Howard Ave)
Follow Me on IG: @goodw.y.n9
This rendition of “Ain’t I a Woman (?/!)” is a testament to the longevity of Black-American lineage, in the midst of the past binds of enslavement to the now uprooting of gentrification by returning to the block that she grew up on. Plucked from the folktale “The People That Could Fly,” GOODW.Y.N. explores the essences of enslaved ancestors who were left behind, “grounded” and were the founders of Black legacies in America.



4. Arantxa Araujo, Nicole Goodwin, Kris Grey, Miao Jiaxin, FF Alumns, at Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, Sept. 22-28


#Give2Grace is a seven-day virtual event for Grace Exhibition Space about witnessing and giving to sustain a vital resource for local and international Performance Artists and secure the future of our organization. Streamed on our website and Facebook Page, #Give2Grace begins Tuesday, September 22nd and concludes Monday, September 28th. The ambitious event will feature video premieres, updates from current artists-in-residence, interviews, and a culminating panel discussion featuring Grace Space performance alums: Miao Jiaxin, Martin O'Brien, Arantxa Araujo, Nicole Goodwin, Kris Grey, Alex Romania, Nicola Fornoni, and resident artists, Dee Dee Maucher and Dragonfly (Robin Laverne Wilson).

The artists in this program are alums of Grace Exhibition Space who have presented work at the new Manhattan venue. This micro-retrospective of selected artists from the past two years embraces a multitude of styles, from body-based work to social or relational practices, embodying a wide range of approaches to the limitless medium of Performance Art.

Our fundraising goal is $10,000 and there are several ways that you can #Give2Grace: Paypal, Venmo or ActBlue. Your support goes toward 2020/21 performance art commissions and securing a development coordinator to aid in our quest for sustainability. Grace Exhibition Space is a 501c3 organization and donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed under law. Please #Give2Grace if you can.

PROGRAM OF EVENTS | RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/809671493184405

Tuesday, Sept 22 - Day 1 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere featuring Director of Grace Exhibition Space, Jill McDermid, interviewed by Jana Astanov. In an opening video, we look back at a select number of performances presented at Grace Exhibition Space spanning our past two years in the Lower East Side.

Wed, Sept 23 - Day 2 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere of documentation from the inaugural event at our new Manhattan location: 182 Avenue C. Featuring performance documentation of works by Miao Jiaxin (NYC/China) and Martin O'Brien (London, UK).

Thurs, Sept 24 - Day 3 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere highlighting performance documentation from international artists, Arantxa Araujo (Mexico) and Nicola Fornoni (Italy).

Friday, Sept 25 - Day 4 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere highlighting past performances from New York City Based artists Nicole Goodwin (NYC) and Kris Grey (NYC). Goodwin comes to performance through a career in writing and poetry. Grey, a gender-queer artist, also presents curatorial projects, writing, and studio production.

Saturday, Sept 26 - Day 5 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere highlights summer 2020 artists-in-residence, Dee Dee Maucher (NYC) and Dragonfly aka Robin Laverne Wilson (NYC). Throughout the residency, Maucher grew immune-boosting foods while engaging with the local community to create 30k Seedlings & Bokashi Balls. The seedlings and bioremediating Bokashi balls distributed as a tribute to those who succumbed to Covid-19. Dragonfly presented a sociopoetic and orthographic exploration on the multiple definitions of FUGITIVE and how they each relate to the heightened understanding of Blackness and its endurance in the midst of never-ending viral harms of casual, structural, systemic, epidemic and state-sponsored white supremacy.

Sunday. Sept 27 - Day 6 @ 7pm EST | Facebook Video Premiere highlights past performers that are also fellow NYC performance community organizers with Alex Romania (The Woods Performance Space). https://www.thewoodsuniverse.com/

Monday, Sept 28 - Day 7 Live Zoom Panel Discussion @ 7pm EST | #Give2Grace culminates in a conversation with all the featured artists along with co-directors of Grace Exhibition Space, Jill McDermid, and Hoke Hokanson, moderated by Quinn Dukes.

Grace Exhibition Space opened in Brooklyn, New York in 2006 as a space devoted exclusively to Performance Art. After an exciting 12 year tenure in our Brooklyn location, we were presented an opportunity to move to Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Our inaugural performances at 182 Avenue C premiered in September 2018. We offer an opportunity to experience visceral and challenging works by the current generation of international performance artists whether they are emerging, mid-career, or established.

The Mission of Grace Exhibition Space is to offer live performance art exhibitions to the public, including contemporary visual performance, for the public to experience visceral and challenging performance works by the current generation of domestic and international performance artists. To offer an environment to the public that supports exchange and collaboration among performance artists and audiences from diverse cultures and artistic backgrounds. To educate the public and the art community in performance art by staging live performances, on the floor, dissolving the boundary between artist and viewer, and conducting public discussion groups, forums, panels, lectures, or other similar programs.

Visitors to Grace Exhibition Space are granted opportunities to witness performances on a donation-based entry fee, ensuring that socio-economic factors do not inhibit the experience and education of those intrigued by the medium of performance art. In addition to commissioning artists, we also offer free courses for adults and children while continually engaging with local community gardens to encourage holistic approaches to art and ecology. Artists present performances at Grace that invoke all ranges of conceptual content. At the core, Grace promotes work that explores gender, racial, environmental, and social justice. Our mission is the glorification of performance art. Please #Give2Grace today to ensure our mission continues.

Give2Grace is coordinated by Fundraising Committee Members: Quinn Dukes, Hoke Hokanson, Arantxa Araujo, Jana Astanov, Joseph Ravens, Honey McMoney, and Eric LaGaccia. As a committee, we thank all of our community members and supporters for their generous donations.



5. Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo, FF Alumn, at The Interior Beauty Salon

The Interior Beauty Salon Opens its Doors and Welcomes You

The Interior Beauty Salon was launched by Nicolás (A.K.A. Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo) in 2017 in The Bronx, NY, to serve as a space where that which is not necessarily seen or manifested in tangible ways, is seeded, nurtured and given room to grow safely. This includes processes melding art, ritual, ceremony, rites of passage, and healing. Some of the channels deployed include writing, listening, talking, moving, drawing, journaling, contemplating, meditating, breathing and performing. To read more... https://www.interiorbeautysalon.com/the-salon

The Salon's website: www.interiorbeautysalon.com
to contact us: https://www.interiorbeautysalon.com/contact
to join us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/interiorbeautysalon/?hl=en #theinteriorbeautysalon

The Interior Beauty Salon works at the intersection between art and healing

The Salon's Welcomes Anna Costa e Silva to our
In the Wilderness Program

In the Wilderness is the online equivalent of the quintessential artist residency, but instead the Salon encourages the “resident” to wander and meander, metaphorically speaking, for six months, in the inner landscape of their choice: the desert, the forest, the mountains, or by the waterside. The anonymously nominated creative works from wherever they might be on the Earth, investigating a subject at the intersection of healing and ecology, gender, race, sexuality, spirituality, activism or the arts. To read more… https://www.interiorbeautysalon.com/in-the-wilderness-1

LuLu LoLo
The Salon's Summer Guest

The Salon hosts one guest per month, whose praxis exists at the very boundaries where art and healing might overlap, infuse each other, or simply become one. The online guests’ sojourns at our website take the shape of Q&Is, essays, or visual narratives that we invite you to peruse on your own. To read a full Q&I between LuLu LoLo and Nicolás... https://primrose-megalodon-x28n.squarespace.com/voices/#/lulu-lolo

Eliza Swann
in conversation with Nicolás

Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espejo: There are so many paths through which this conversation can proceed. I feel that I am at a major crossroads at the moment of talking with you, Eliza. The image I receive mentally is that of an asterisk — I am in the middle of it *. Can you pull one of your tarot cards and guide us on this journey?
Eliza Swann: The Hanged One! The vegetal deity that has their head in the underworld and their limbs and reproductive organs up in the air, as plants do. The important thing to note here is that the Hanged One's heart is over their head – so we'll proceed that way, heart over head. To read more... https://primrose-megalodon-x28n.squarespace.com/voices

Email us at: interiorbeautysalon@gmail.com
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6. Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, FF Alumn, at Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn, thru Oct. 11

September 11 – October 11, 2020
The gallery will be open every Sat & Sun from 3 – 6pm and by appointment

Fluid Dialogue
Round-robin artist talks featuring artists from Catenations
Recordings of the conversations are available here:
Watch the June 17th conversation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hJDYUOp6fs
Watch the June 24th conversation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ezzdihZ2Cc

Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York is pleased to reopen by presenting Catenations, originally set to open March 27th, this exhibition was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In June the artists and curators held two round-robin style artist talks which can be watched below on the exhibition page. Keep an eye on @TSA_NY on Instagram and Tiger Strikes Asteroid New York on Facebook for content related to this exhibition.
This exhibition features work by Atul Bhalla, Gail Biederman, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Mary Dwyer, Timothy Fadek, Julia Krolik and Owen Fernley, Phoebe Murer, Bridget Frances Quinn, Karolin Schwab, Motohide Takami and Cheryl Yun. The exhibition is curated by Rachael Gorchov and Jo Yarrington.

Here is the press release:

Thank you & have a great week!


"Corona Care +" by Field Projects

IG: lynkeeart
Current project IG: junkanooacome



7. Mierle Laderman Ukeles, FF Alumn, in the New York Times, now online

Please visit this link: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/08/arts/design/mierle-laderman-ukeles-subway-sanitation-art.html Thank you.



8. Pati Hill, FF Alumn, at Air de Paris, Romainville, France, thru Oct. 17

Air de Paris
Pati Hill
Now thru Oct. 17

Heaven’s door is open to us
Like a big vacuum cleaner
0 help
0 clouds of dust
0 choir of hairpins

Please visit this link: http://airdeparis.com/now/september_2020/hill/index.html
Thank you.



9. Victoria Keddie, FF Alumn, online Sept. 17, and more

I have an album that will be released on Chaiken Records. The release date is October 2nd, but pre-order is available now on Bandcamp: https://victoriakeddie.bandcamp.com/album/apsides

The seven electronic soundscapes of Apsides derive from the orbiting of space debris as it is tracked in real-time using custom-built software. Data of proximity, distance, and attitude variance are rendered into sound through analog synthesizers, signal generators, sampler, voice, and more. The ‘rawness’ of electricity is sculpted into thematic patterns, melodic shapes, and textured ‘environments’ while straddling a compositional line between ‘chance’ and 'control'.

The physical release is on a custom circular USB disk featuring artwork based on graphic notations of geographic coordinate points where recordings took place. Included in the USB along with Apsides are a multichannel video piece entitled The Great Acceleration (2020) to a version of the composition "Vates" and a certificate of authenticity with album notes and info.

Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/430557109

Album: Apsides

Mastered by: Jessica Thompson Audio, LLC

Release date: October 2, 2020


Pre-sale: https://victoriakeddie.bandcamp.com/album/apsides

On September 17th, I will be premiering a video-performance Unidentified Persons Object (2020) as part of the exhibition, It Launches Today, curated by Rachel Steinberg. This is a commissioned live-broadcast video-performance with movement by Mariangela Lopez. The live-mixed performance will be transmitted through the website as a one-time event and remain archived on itlaunches.today as a video document. This work is made possible by The Center for Curatorial Studies Bard.

In relation to the new adjustments to remote interactions with one another, a set of gestures takes place of the five senses. Taste, sight, smell, hearing, and touch become touch, signify, suffer, play, and prepare through performed interactions with a set of associated objects. A pen stands in for a past sense of touch, activated through memory and recollection. The now-commonplace medical mask is a surrogate for signify, allowing for a renewed engagement with surrounding environments. The exercise mat becomes suffering, picking up on the superficiality of mindfulness and self-care practices in the face of a public health emergency, and the inability of these practices to truly make up for a lack of intimacy. A stone embodies a timeless symbol of play. Coin currency--a physical form of capitalist exchange—enacts prepare through its fraught potential for action and mobility.

The performer, Mariangela Lopez, stands in as the living body to activate each of the sense-objects. She performs remotely, unearthing each gestural object and moving in relation to her own mirrored image that is reflected back to her through live-mixed transmissions. Forensic images and animations of skeletal remains will be mixed with the live transmission, merging Lopez’s live, secluded body with the material remnants of a simulated post-life figure. Crucially, Unidentified Persons Object presents no new object forms but accounts for the semiotic attachments that the objects already carry. The performance/video underscores the temporal relationships that are increasingly prevalent in live, remote interactions, consciously re-mixing associations between intuitive senses, meaning and movement.

Live event: September 17, 2020 at 8PM

Online platform: itlaunches.today



10. Cristina Biaggi, Maya Ciarrocchi, GOODW.Y.N., Alicia Grullón, LuLu LoLo, FF Alumns, at SmackMellon, Brooklyn, opening Oct. 3

Please visit this link: https://www.smackmellon.org/exhibition/bound-up-together/?fbclid=IwAR3lqVZz4iLQYB7COZhDdemfv1MmOtFQGomt-qxny8k62OcKWsgIPHesD_c thank you.



11. Babs Reingold, FF Alumn, online Sept. 17

Save The Date!
Babs Reingold interviews Jason Hackenwerth
Thursday September 17th 7-8 PM EST

Dear Friends and Supporters!

I'm pleased to interview my friend and colleague
Jason Hackenwerth for the next
Creative Pinellas "Friend of a Friend" Facebook live series
Please join us for a lively conversation on
Thursday September 17th from 7:00-8:00pm EST

Note: The event will be recorded for future viewing
Link to “Friend of A Friend” Facebook live event: https://www.facebook.com/events/323064742301382

Friend Of A Friend is a monthly Creative Pinellas series, which works to draw connections between artists, friends, and mentors, showcasing the individuals that together make a creative community. For each event, an artist interviews another artist in Pinellas County.

Since 2005, Jason Hackenwerth has explored the phenomena of temporality and joy through the transformation of ordinary materials. Currently his public installations take the form of large-scale sculptural installations created from biodegradable natural latex balloons. Inspired by mythology, the human experience, and the ephemeral nature of his chosen medium, each work is at once mysterious, accessible, fun, complementing and responding to its architectural setting.

Jason Hackenwerth's work has been exhibited in museums around the world including the Solomon R Guggenheim in New York. He received a MFA in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design and a BFA in printmaking from Webster University.




12. Ed Epping, FF Member, publication, now online

Announces the online publication

In addition to the weekly online pamphlet, The Corrections Project will now publish a

bi-weekly one page "broadside" that collects data from reputable resources focusing on reducing & eliminating the current USA social justice crisis related to

over-criminalization and mass imprisonment.

The format of Corrections 101 will permit the reader immediate access to succinct and pointed information required to ask their federal, state, and local representatives how they will work to support substantive reforms to the criminal justice system.

Follow these ongoing publications:

@ed_epping @the_corrections_project_pamphlets @corrections_101

Well-informed voters elect well-informed candidates.

Vote on November 3!

is an ongoing, multi-tiered process questioning over-criminalization and mass imprisonment in the United States

Please visit this link: https://www.edepping.com/ Thank you.



13. Joseph Kosuth, FF Alumn, at Sean Kelly Gallery, Manhattan, thru Oct. 24

Joseph Kosuth
‘Existential Time’
Sept. 10 - Oct. 24, 2020

Sean Kelly is delighted to welcome you back to the gallery for ‘Existential Time’, Joseph Kosuth’s eighth solo exhibition with the gallery. Originally scheduled to open in March, the exhibition was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This presentation, which approaches the problem of time and existence employing a selection of literary references, brings together a series of new works throughout the main gallery.

Joseph Kosuth, one of the pioneers of Conceptual art and installation art, has initiated language-based works and appropriation strategies since the 1960s. His work has consistently explored the production and role of language and meaning within art. His reflection on time stems from both a personal and philosophical concern with finding meaning within the various contexts and narratives life provides. It is thus also an investigation into the process of making meaning in artistic practice. Kosuth anchors and provides the tempo for the viewer/reader’s fluid experience of the exhibition through the use of the analogue clock. Time is thus referenced both literally and figuratively.

Kosuth removes the necessity of an objective shared truth while experiencing the work and highlights the freedom, choice, and responsibility inherent in everyday experience as well as in an artistic practice in general. The exhibition as a whole is a reflection on the gap that holds together beginnings and ends. Kosuth’s ‘Existential Time’ endeavors to punctuate the lack, limits, and surplus of meaning surrounding the narrative experience of time and life, while exploring the powerful and finite territory of the present. Kosuth states, “As artists we all begin to construct with what is given. We appropriate fragments of meaning from the detritus of culture and construct other meanings, which are our own.”

Joseph Kosuth lives and works in New York and London. Kosuth’s internationally recognized work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at institutions including the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia; the Kunstmuseums Thurgau, Warth, Switzerland; Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich, Switzerland; the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia; and the Louvre Museum, Paris, France amongst others. He has also been invited to participate in numerous installations, museum exhibitions, and public commissions, including Documenta and the Venice Biennale on multiple occasions. Most recently, in 2019 Kosuth installed a permanent public installation at the Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, Florida and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California. His work is featured in major private and public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, NYC; the Tate Gallery, London; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC; the Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC; the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the Louvre Museum, Paris, France; the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; the Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome amongst many others worldwide.

In response to COVID-19, the gallery will be taking necessary preventive precautions to ensure the safety of our clients, visitors, and employees. All visitors and staff are required to wear a face mask throughout their visit. Visitors are asked to follow social distancing guidelines and maintain a minimum of 6 feet between each other, sanitizing stations will be provided. We are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy environment for everyone at the gallery.

For additional information on Joseph Kosuth please visit skny.com



14. Greg Sholette, FF Alumn, in More Art, now online


Why does socially engaged art, or public art, or activist art look and act the way it does today? What exactly are artists’ choices reflective of? Who shapes whom in the public sphere, in the public narrative?

In grappling with such questions, artist and educator Greg Sholette proposes that “we are witnessing today the full-on return of socially engaged cultural activism”. In the below excerpt (and on More Art's Medium page), he writes about the very marriage of low and high-tech forms of protest we currently see being created from home devices and on the streets today.

Medium is an online publishing platform where we feature critical insight into the ever-growing field of socially engaged public art. In this two part editorial series, we share Sholette’s essay recently published in our book More Art in Public Eye.

Can a Transformative Avant-Garde Art Survive in a World of Lolcats, Doomsday Preppers, and Xenonphobic Frog Memes? Do We Have a Choice? Written by Greg Sholette

We are witnessing today the full-on return of socially engaged cultural activism, not only amongst embedded movement artists and community-based cultural workers, but by professionally trained, MFA-bearing artists who refuse the conventional opposition separating art from politics, from current events, and from life in general. Decades of work by artists such as Dread Scott, Pablo Helguera, and Ernesto Pujol (and many others) now serves as inspiration for this emerging cultural shift that concurrently loops back to energize their own creative practices.

This new wave of cultural activism ranges from the deconstructive installations and raucous performances of Debtfair, who collectively call out the intolerable burden of overextended credit obligations suffered by students, artists, and workers, to the visually bracing public interventions of Decolonize This Place, who stage confrontations over issues such as anthropological bigotry at the American Museum of Natural History and the ethical challenges represented by board members of the Whitney Museum. Since the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9, 2014, the activist coalition Black Lives Matter has mobilized many artists who are infuriated by police shootings of unarmed African American people. Meanwhile, in the UK, the group Liberate Tate managed to wean the London-based museum off British Petroleum’s addictive feed of petrodollars.

Continue reading on More Art's Medium page: https://medium.com/more-art/greg-sholette-public-art-protest-and-21st-century-politics-1ceb2a7aab23



15. Billy X. Curmano, FF Alumn, online Sept. 17

Billy X Curmano in Ecoartspace Zoom:

"Performative Dialogues - Part Two"
Thursday September 17, 2020
Noon CT; 11:00 AM MT; 1:00 ET

With artists
Maru Garcia
Andrea Haenggi
Leslie Sobel

Moderated by Patricia Watts, Ecoartspace, Santa Fe, NM
Complete information: https://ecoartspace.org/event-3933052



16. Terry Berkowitz, Dread Scott, FF Alumns, at Christine Tierney, Manhattan, thru Nov. 23

Quarantine Quotidian
Online Exhibition
Now Open

The gallery is pleased to announce the online exhibition Quarantine Quotidian, open today through November 23rd. This viewing room presents artworks that resulted from or directly relate to the ongoing pandemic, and includes painting, video, sculpture, and works on paper.

Quarantine Quotidian is organized by specific themes, and new works will be released every two weeks by artists Melanie Baker, Terry Berkowitz, peter campus, Malia Jensen, Joan Linder, T. Kelly Mason, Maureen O’Leary, David Risley, Dread Scott, Jorge Tacla, John Wood and Paul Harrison, and Tim Youd.

This week, the viewing room explores the theme Raiding the Cupboard, Stocking Up and Late Capitalist Shopping Habits. Highlighted are works by Malia Jensen, Joan Linder, David Risley and John Wood and Paul Harrison.

To download the full press release and viewing room schedule, please click here: https://files.constantcontact.com/932eea81101/ec37d309-4b30-466b-9ace-0b9a2decbccc.pdf

To visit Quarantine Quotidian, please click here: https://www.cristintierney.com/viewing-room/15/

For more information please contact Candace Moeller at candace@cristintierney.com



Goings On is compiled weekly by Harley Spiller