Arlene Shechet: Turn Up the Bass opens at Sikkema Jenkins October 13 in New York, and will be up through November 12.
Cordy Ryman's work is featured in a solo show at Zürcher Gallery in New York, and will be up until October 30, 2016.
NYC-Arts on PBS Thirteen features Arlene Shechet in the Curator’s Choice segment. Watch the full video here and learn more about works Shechet created during her residency at the Meissen Factory.
Richard Forster: Levittown has just been reviewed in the Austin Chronicle by Sam Anderson-Ramos. "At the show's heart is the conflict between the mass-produced and the personal." Read more here. Exhibition on view through November 12.
Roy McMakin: A Table opens at Garth Greenan Gallery in New York September 29. The exhibition features twelve new sculptures by McMakin and will be up through November 12.
Noriko Ambe's work's can be seen in Cut, Folded, Pressed & Other Actions at David Zwirner Gallery in New York. The group exhibition features work by over 18 artists including Hans Bischoffshausen, Enrico Castellani, Célia Euvaldo, Fernanda Gomes, Sol LeWitt, Fred Sandback, Günther Uecker, among others. The show runs through October 29.
Donald Moffett has a new interview in this month’s issue of Art in America. The full interview, along with images of the artist in his studio can be viewed here.
Arlene Shechet: From Here on Now opens October 20 at the Phillips Collection, Washington DC, where her sculptures will be exhibited as part of the Phillips Intersections series. The show runs through May 7, 2017.
Arlene Shechet has received much recent acclaim for her current exhibition, Porcelain, No Simple Matter: Arlene Shechet and the Arnhold Collection, now open at the Frick Collection in New York through April 2017.
The New Yorker's Andrea K. Scott describes the show as "respectful and radical," Leslie Camhi for Vogue, sites the show as "inventive and idiosyncratic," and Art in America says Shechet's exhibition "energizes and synchronizes the rational eighteenth century and the multimedia, multifaceted present." Read the full texts here, here, and here.
Porcelain, No Simple Matter: Arlene Shechet and the Arnhold Collection now open at the Frick Collection in New York. The exhibition explores "the complex history of making, collecting, and displaying porcelain. Included are about one hundred pieces produced by the renowned Royal Meissen manufactory, which led the ceramic industry in Europe, both scientifically and artistically, during the early to mid-eighteenth century. Most of the works date from 1720 to 1745 and were selected by New York−based sculptor Arlene Shechet from the promised gift of Henry H. Arnhold. Twelve works in the exhibition are Shechet’s own sculptures — exuberant porcelain she made during a series of residencies at the Meissen manufactory in 2012 and 2013." Read the New York Times review of the exhibition and see images here.
Jason Middlebrook has been commissioned by the Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Ketchum, Idaho, to create a site-specific installation as part of the Craters of the Moon exhibition. "Craters of the Moon is an art exhibition in two locations—Craters of the Moon and the Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Ketchum—which celebrates the strange landscape that evolved over eight volcanic eruptions occurring 15,000 to 2,000 years ago. The exhibition will feature work by five artists and coincides with the National Park Service’s centennial. Artwork will be on display at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts from May 20 through July 30 and from May 20 through late September at Craters of the Moon. The Sun Valley Center for the Arts has commissioned two artists—John Grade and Jason Middlebrook—to create large-scale, site-specific sculptures that will be temporarily installed at Craters of the Moon." Read the full article here.
Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler's work Missing Truffaut is now installated at The Contemporary Austin's Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria!
The Guardian has just reviewed Richard Forster's new exhibition at the De La Warr Pavilion. "Above all, with their curious edits and perspectives, and super-smooth draughtsmanship, these images make the horror of town planning into an eerily graceful abstraction." Read the full article here.
Moderneast magazine has a new interview with Noriko Ambe, which features many beautiful images of her work. Read it here.
Lora Reynolds answers questions from Thao Votang, Director of Communications at the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin, regarding her connection to Austin, the local and international art scene, and her personal passions in Conflict of Interest, now online! Read it here.