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CUE announces two Open Calls for artists & curators

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CUE announces two Open Calls for artists & curators Deadline: June 30, 2015. 11:59pm (EST)

CUE Art Foundation is currently seeking Curatorial Project and Solo Exhibition proposals for the 2016 exhibition season. CUE’s Open Calls provide one deserving curator and one emerging artist the necessary resources to realize an innovative project/exhibition at CUE’s storefront location in 2016.

A panel of established curators will select the winners of both Open Calls … Continue reading »

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Open Field: Artist Networking Cocktail Hour

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Wednesday, May 27th, 6-8pm $7 / free for members – Purchase tickets here. To become a member, click here.

Please join CUE for an evening of networking and socializing among artists, curators, critics, writers, and arts administrators. Attendees should bring business cards and their best elevator pitch to make a strong and lasting first impression. We’ll also be inviting special guests to encourage valuable connections for participants, so come ask … Continue reading »

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Collage and the Landscape of Familiarity

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by John McKissick

Moon (mother), 2015 Broom snakeweed plants, twine, paint

from the bed to the mountain evokes Mira Burack’s home in the foothills of the Ortiz Mountains of New Mexico. Elaborated through photocollaged installations and collections of found objects, this landscape of familiarity includes both intimate domestic space and the natural world. Inside and outside meet in the mountainous wall mural leafed together from cutout photos of a rumpled … Continue reading »

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Cordy Ryman: Chimera 45

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Lara Saget in conversation with Cordy Ryman at Zürcher Gallery about his new solo exhibition Chimera 45, on view through May 7th. Zürcher Gallery is located 33 Bleecker Street in New York.

Cordy Ryman. Chimera 45, 2015. Acrylic, enamel on wood. Installation view. Courtesy Zürcher Gallery.

Lara Saget: It seems that you respond to objects in a very visceral way. Did you collect objects as a child?  

Cordy Ryman: I … Continue reading »

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Snippets: An interview with Pier Stockholm

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by Nanda Janssen

Pier Stockholm, “Do & Hope”, sidewalk view, 2015. credit photo: Anto Hinh-Thai

Editor’s note: About a year ago a new exhibition space appeared in Paris, France called Gleichapel. Gleichapel is currently the smallest art platform in the city of light. As a platform – not a gallery – director Jeff  Gleich is focused on presenting contemporary art projects by emerging artists. “Though works are for sale to … Continue reading »

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Gray Spaces curated by Ben Gansky

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by Samuel Draxler

Performance by Fire Drill. January 9, 2015. The Special Effects Festival. Photo courtesy of Fire Drill.

Transmedia artwork – work that moves between genres and forms – is never wholly foreign. By working with the materials of multiple disciplines, transmedia artists reproduce genre conventions and themes. This type of intermedia performance was the focus of Gray Spaces, an evening of performance curated by Ben Gansky that took … Continue reading »

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Amanda Turner Pohan’s The Signals Are Caressing Us: A Circular Formula

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by Lara Saget

Amanda Turner Pohan. The Signals Are Caressing Us. Digital Image. aphenomenologicaldomai. aphenomenologicaldomain, 2015. Web. 29 Jan 2015.

Amanda Turner Pohan circularly transforms the ontological into the digital and the digital into the phenomenological. Her installation The Signals Are Caressing Us, recently on view at A.I.R. Gallery, makes manifest the space where biology and technology meet. The installation itself is comprised of multiple elements. Upon entrance, the viewer … Continue reading »

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