Sculpture

April 21, 2017

EVERYTHING MUST GO - Group Show At Paley Library

Author: Kara Springer

Everything Must Go is an interndisciplinary exhibition taking place at Samuel Paley library April 22nd to 29th.  The exhibition began as part of a graduate course in the Sculpture department taught be C.T. Jasper, and will include work by Zoe Berg, Jonas Denzel, Zero Desoco, Robin Donnelly, Christina Eltvedt, Enrica Ferrero, Sarah Heyward, CT Jasper, Maria Leguizamo, Matt Speedy, Kara Springer, Taylor Sweeney. An opening reception will be held this Tuesday, April 25th, at 6:30pm in the library lobby.   Free admission.  All are welcome. The show statement reads: Read More

April 25, 2016

BFA Sculpture Alum, Carl Marin, is in the 2016 Queens International!

Author: matthews

Opening Reception: April 10, 2016, 4-8pm A tradition since 2001, Queens International is the Museum’s biannual exhibition of artists living or working in Queens.  While each iteration has its own curatorial team and vision, what remains constant is the central aim of highlighting and contextualizing the artistic vibrancy of the borough through contemporary cultural productions in all media. Read More

April 25, 2016

BFA Sculture Alum, Michael Mahalchick, has a solo show up now at Canada in New York!

Author: matthews

Skin Game March 26-May 1, 2016 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 26, 6-8pm Skin Game: Performance Schedule Thursday April 7, 6pmNarcissus II: The Flesh is the Zombie Talk featuring Wolfgang Meyer of Discoteca Flaming Star Friday April 22, 6pmNarcissus III: A Night of Readings Sunday May 1, 6pmNarcissus IV: The Final Stare   CANADA is pleased to present Skin Game, a solo exhibition by Michael Mahalchick. Mr. Mahalchick’s ability to make something out of nothing is rooted in corporeal materiality, visual puns, and loose conceptual framing. In Skin Game, Mahalchick presents a selection of poster collages, assemblage sculptures, and a series of four performances.   Read More

April 25, 2016

MFA Sculpture Alumnus, Strauss Bourque-La France has a solo show up now at Rachel Uffner Gallery!

Author: matthews

At first glance, post paintings might seem like an incredibly pretentious name for an exhibition—the  kind you roll your eyes at and think, “Jesus,  another show  about  painting.”  Well,  I’d say  it’s not really  what  you  think.  Like  any decent show about the medium, Strauss’ title is kind of a gag. It’s both about painting and everything painting is not—the catch being the two are always dialectically tethered, in good, postmodern fashion (Derrida in “The Parergon”: “The incomprehensibility  of [a] border”).  Note how there’s no dash between post  and  painting,  because  these  “paintings”  are  literally  posts  (so  many tongues  and  cheeks  here).  They’re  made  of  2”  x  2”  basswood  sections, stacked and latticed in varying configurations. They’re similar to the basswood pieces in his T293 show, USA Objects, and may seem rather dissimilar from his earlier Rachel Uffner outing, with its shiny, laminate surfaces and striped carpeting. Read More

March 28, 2016

BFA Sculpture Alum, Michael Mahalchick, has a solo show up at Canada!

Author: matthews

Michael MahalchickSkin Game March 26-May 1, 2016 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 26, 6-8pm Canada is pleased to present Skin Game, a solo exhibition by Michael Mahalchick. Mr. Mahalchick’s ability to make something out of nothing is rooted in corporeal materiality, visual puns, and loose conceptual framing. In Skin Game, Mahalchick presents a selection of poster collages, assemblage sculptures, and a series of four performances. Read More

October 21, 2015

Sculpture Professor Karyn Olivier has a solo exhibit opening at NURTUREart!

Author: matthews

Please join us at NURTUREart gallery this Friday, October 23 at 7PM for the first talk in our 2015-16 Muse Fuse series. We are delighted to host artist Karyn Olivier for a conversation about her recent work and past/current/future projects moderated by Miguel Luciano. This conversation will be followed by the opening reception of her solo show Lat and Long, which will be on view from October 23 to December  6 at Fresh Window. Read More

October 20, 2015

BFA Sculpture Alumnus, Carl Marin, completes, "Home Range" a Percent for Art Commission at Sturgis Playground!

Author: matthews

In July 2015, Carl Marin completed Home Range (pictured above), a $30,000 four-year long Percent for Art commission at the recently renovated Sturgis Playground in the Olney neighborhood of North Philadelphia.  The artwork consists of a 190 foot-long fence along the east-side of the site’s football field.  It utilizes a simple animation technique developed in the early 19th century.  As viewers move along the piece, they see images of five deer, appearing to graze and gaze at passersby. For ore information, visit: http://creativephl.org/post/130699381624/qacarlmarinsturgisplayground Read More

October 20, 2015

BFA Sculpture Alumnus, Anton Lieberman, has a two person show at Ltd., Los Angeles!

Author: matthews

Anton Lieberman works under the precept that time, as far as humans are concerned, is irrelevant. What separates the caveman from the astronaut is roughly the same as what separates Coke from Pepsi: one small step for man, one unimpressed, slack-jawed stare from the universe. Past and future melt into a gooey heap, spoonful’s of which produce confused, time traveling objects, the logic of which is at once confidant and flawed. Tools of unknown origin and function pop into being. Plants grow as if governed by an entirely new set of rules. Bits of technology force themselves onto nature. Anachronisms abound. Read More

October 20, 2015

MFA Sculpture Alumnus, Kim Brandt, interviewed in Bomb Magazine!

Author: matthews

Choreographer Kim Brandt premieres a new ensemble work commissioned as part of ISSUE Project Room's 2015 Artist-In-Residence program at Artists Space Books & Talks on October 12, 2015. To read the intervie, visit: http://bombmagazine.org/article/170392/kim-brandt Read More

December 8, 2014

C.T. Jasper (aka Professor Christian Tomaszewski) with collaborator Joanna Malinowska have been selected to represent Poland in the 56th Venice Biennale this summer!

Author: matthews

C.T. Jasper (aka Professor Christian Tomaszewski) with collaborator Joanna Malinowska have been selected to represent Poland in the 56th Venice Biennale this summer! Their installation and film, 18°48′05′′N 72°23′01′W, will fill the Polish Pavilion.  "It is an incredible opportunity for us to work on an ambitious international project." said Tomaszewski. Read More

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