EXHIBITION

Suzanne Broughel - Juanita Lanzo - Janice Sloane

Bullet Space

Extended (by appointment only) through the weekend of October 19th - 20th, 2019 - when the gallery will be open as part of Open House New York Weekend #OHNYwknd

“Bullet Space presents a group exhibition of multimedia works from three artists, Suzanne Broughel, Juanita Lanzo and Janice Sloane. These artists share their focus on the biology of the body as the catalyst for their creations. In this show, we witness points of connection between this trio of artists whose exploration of the body landscape run deep and in all directions. Their works share a living organic component without the use of organic materials.”

Curated by Alexandra Rojas

More info at the gallery website and Facebook event page.

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EXHIBITION

Distance: Works on Paper by Skowhegan Alumni

Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs

February 17 – April 7, 2019

“Curators Steve Locke and Betsy Alwin organized their exhibition around the concept of distance in dialogue with divisions in the contemporary moment. Solmaz Sharif’s poem LOOK, which explores consequences that result from perceptions of difference and distance, served as inspiration for both the curators and the artwork in the show. This led to a very specific conception of social, political and tactile distance, represented by 57 artists from 18 states, 9 countries and a 60 year span of Skowhegan alumni.”

EXHIBITION/EVENT

Opening Our House

BAX (Brooklyn Arts Exchange)

March 9, 2019 at 7:30 pm

I will be showing some artwork as a member of ACRE (Artists Co-creating Real Equity). BAX artist-in-residence Maria Bauman-Morales is sharing her Year II curation platform with ACRE, the grassroots group of artists undoing racism that she co-founded with Sarita Covington and Nathan Trice.

EXHIBITION

Fe(Male)

Kress on Dexter

February 1 – April 30, 2019

Curated by Chintia Kirana, Fe(male) "strives to form a visual language presenting the spirits of women. This exhibition explores the imagery of identity and the politics of memory by creating a language that demolishes shame and presents women as pillars of strength."