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Architect's Newspaper: Three Summer Shows for Architecture Lovers

June 15, 2018 - Drew Zeiba

Vernacular Environments, Part 2 is the second iteration of the now annual group show at Edward Cella Art and Architecture that explores the diverse ways artists figure and engage with the environment and built world. Featured artists include Shusaku Arakawa, R. Buckminster Fuller, Rema Ghuloum, Hans Hollein, Jill Magid, Alison O’Daniel, Aili Schmeltz, Paolo Soleri, and Lebbeus Woods, working across a wide array of media. Ruth Pastine has created “Color Zones” to engage with both the architecture figured in the artwork, as well as the architecture of the space itself.

Work by Kendell Carter Included in: Black Blooded at The New Gallery of Modern Art

May 30, 2018

On view from May 30th through August, 2018, Black Blooded is an exhibit at The New Gallery of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC, and is built like a family photo album with close to 70 pieces by 50 artists. This group exhibition demonstrates the diversity and nuance within narratives of tradition, consanguinity, and origin. 

Brad Miller in "Carbon" at Fellows of Contemporary Art

May 25, 2018

The artists in Carbon are engaged with the chemical element of carbon, one of the most abundant substances in the universe and the basis of all life we know. Each of them addresses the importance of chemistry in understanding of the nature of existence—some through materials and mediums, others through technique and subject, and all with a
unique sense of metaphorical potential. Curated by Lauren Kasmer

Featuring Work By:

Terry Arena, Joaquín Boz, James Griffith, Bonita Helmer, Lauren Kasmer, Brad Miller, Jenene Nagy, Chris Oatey, Brian Rochefort, and Tam Van Tran. 


ArtScene Magazine on Amir Zaki: Getting Lost

April 24, 2018 - Michael Shaw

"One wonders whether the grouping’s title, “Getting Lost,” far from being an allusion to discovering these entwined tree pairings on a haphazard trek, instead refers to the process that we undergo while navigating all the super-fine detail. It’s a pretty palatable way to get lost."

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Works by Kendell Carter Included in: The Garden at The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

April 21, 2018

The Garden exhibition, located between the Early American and Modern Art Galleries, takes you on a journey exploring flowers in different contexts to celebrate the connection between art, design, nature, and literature. Florals and greenery are timeless themes that provide examples of how humans connect with nature and ideas of growth, passage of time, and beauty. By enveloping you in immersive spaces, the feeling of being in a garden is brought indoors through a site-specific installation, detailed rendering of flowers, and new forms of ornamentation, reflecting on the nature of beauty in the process. The Garden looks at the myriad of ways artists use flowers for ornamentation, empowerment, and as an exploration of human experience.

The Garden will be on view April 21st - October 8th, 2018 at The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.  



Adam Berg's Work Featured at the Pasadena Showcase House of Design

April 20, 2018 - Bonnie McCarthy

"The Pasadena Showcase House of Design is recognized as one of the oldest and most successful not-for-profit showcase houses in the country. It attracts about 35,000 visitors each year who want to glimpse the latest trends in interior design, and a chance to shop the look.

Designers from as far away as Palm Springs and Santa Barbara were chosen by the showcase committee to work their magic on the interior and exterior living spaces of Altadena’s Overlook House, a gracious 12,277-square-foot estate designed by architect Reginald Davis Johnson in 1915."

Painting and sculpture by gallery artist Adam Berg is featured in the 2018 Pasadena Showcase House of Design, April 22 - May 20. Tickets start at $35, and benefit music and arts programs throughout the community

Art and Cake on Ruth Pastine at Porch Gallery

April 19, 2018 - Shana Nys Dambrot

"And although the paintings are not actually electric or kinetic, in seeing them one has the distinct sensation of colors breathing, deepening, shifting, and vibrating, changing even as you look right at them, emanating activated auras. You catch yourself in the act of seeing, and the quality of your attention in some ways provides a narrative dimension to the work’s content."

Raúl Cordero and Alma Ruiz in Conversation

April 7, 2018

Raúl Cordero and Alma Ruiz speak about the artist's practice, his life in Cuba, the US, Europe and Mexico, and much more. Click here for a video of the talk. 

Studio International: The Armory Show 2018

March 27, 2018 - Natasha Kurchanova

"A third project that grabbed attention was a remarkable performance by Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley, an architect-artist pair who recently came to prominence for their projects of what they call “performative architecture”, which hover between science fiction and reality and appear to test the limits of people’s adaptability to their environment."

PBS SoCal: The Armory Show

March 11, 2018 - Hari Sreenivasan with Nicole Berry

The massive Armory Show convened in New York City this week, bringing together nearly 200 art galleries from 31 countries and drawing art admirers from around the world. Hari Sreenivasan talks with Nicole Berry, the fair’s executive director, about some of this year’s notable pieces.

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