Davis Orton Gallery , Opening reception November 19th, 2011
114 Warren St. , Hudson ,NY 12543
Travels, Feb 1st-March 10th
Artists Meeting at Flux Factory
G.H. Hovagimyan Published in Untagged by G.H. Hovagimyan Print PDF
For Immediate Release:
Artists Meeting, the artists collaborative, will have a benefit party/art auction and concert at the Flux Factory, Sunday, November 1st.
Doors open at 6pm. Suggested Admission is $10.
39-31 29th St
Queens, NY 11101
Directions -- http://www.fluxfactory.org/about/directions/
Schedule of Events:
Art Viewing/Auction -- 6pm-8pm – (special auction performance by Bethany Fancher starting at 7:00).
Artworks by: James Andrews, Daniel Blochwitz, Eliza Fernbach, Emmanuelle Gauthier, David Graeve, Karen Gunderson, Jon Handel, G.H. Hovagimyan, Thomas Hutchison, Jaime Jackson, Olga and Viktor Lysenko, Lara Star Martini, Christina McPhee, Artists Meeting, Mayuko Nakatsuka, Nsumi Collective, Sally Payen, Maria Joao Salema, Lee Wells and others.
Preview and Pre-Bid auction site –http://artistsmeeting.org/auction
This is a current project, take a look!
My Little / Membrane
May 9th - June 15th, 2008
Reception: Friday, May 9th, 7-9 PM
My Little / Membrane, curated by Zeljka Himbele-Kozul and William Heath, opens at NURTUREart Gallery at 910 Grand Street in Williamsburg on May 9th. Featured artists include Michele Beck and Jorge Calvo, Thomas Doyle, Bethany Jean Fancher, Vlatka Horvat, Yuliya Lanina, Janell Olah, Jihyun Park, Anna Stein, David McQueen, Alejandro Almanza Pereda, and Traci Tullius.
A unique curatorial collaboration, My Little / Membrane presents 12 fantastic artists in a gallery-stretching exhibition. Heath and Himbele-Kozul have created fascinating new ways to think about the subjectivity of art and the ever-changing role of the curator in the art world.
[PAM] Best of the Next
Featuring: Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli, Bethany Fancher, Tim Folland, G.H. Hovagimyan, Patrick Lichty, Michael Lisnet & Sophie Sindahl Ivernesse, Andrew Logan, Francesco Sambo, Molly Schwartz, Lucien Samaha, Tor Jorgen van Eijk, Alison Williams, Amelia Winger-Bearskin, [dNASAb], and more.
November 13 - December 14, 2007
note: school and exhibition closed Nov 21 - 23 for Thanksgiving
Artwork by Chris Borkowski, Bethany Fancher, Gerald Förster, Taras Hrabowsky,
Jennifer Jacobs, Eric Payson, Second Front, Mark Tribe, and [dNASAb]
Curated by Lee Wells
Artists Talk - Tuesday November 13, 3-5pm
2nd Floor, 163 William Street
Opening Reception - Tuesday November 13, 5-7pm
“Nothing – including ourselves – can be defined intrinsically; we are all in some sense extrinsic and relational achievements, conflations of body, culture, environment, technology. Moreover, the predominance of televisual and imaging technologies in contemporary technoculture has meant that our visual tools become inseparable from what we might discern as our own perceptual and bodily boundaries as ‘access’ to the world.”
Ingrid Richardson, Telebodies & Televisions: Corporeality and Agency in Technoculture, 2003
TELECULTURE is a survey that brings together a diverse group of new media artists, whose work - ranging from photography to online virtual reality - embodies, a cross section of thought that investigates perceptions of identity in the early 21st century. Information and images, now heavily filtered through advanced technology, the internet, and mass media, have also granted new empirical freedoms to the artist to re-contextualize the spectacle of contemporary life. This allows them to address this spectacle on their terms through these new tools and rapid means of communication.
The artworks all possess a strongly imbued socio-political agenda that oscillates between reality and simulation (hyperreality), creating a hybrid narrative that attempts to translate an understanding of the present in order to make sense of an uncertain future.
Pace Digital Gallery offers a unique and challenging public environment, where as, through the sheer verticality of the space, the selected artworks combine to visually communicate a sense of claustrophobic post-millennial anxiety mixed with an undefinable euphoria, liberation, and freedom.
May 18 - June 10, 2007
Opening Reception Friday May 18
Bethany Jean Fancher
Tastes Like Chicken Art Space
300 Morgan Avenue
October12 - October 26, 2006
Reception for the artists, Friday October 20, 6-9 pm
Shore Institute of Contemporary Art
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 10th, 2006
17 Mar 2005 to 16 Apr 2005
Saturday - 12 to 6pm or by appointment
Opening Thursday, March 17th
Art+Community Gallery at the Lower Eastside Girls Club
56 1st Street
between First and Second Avenues
New York, NY
511 West 25th Street, Suite 301 - NY, NY 10001 - 212.255.6651
GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 6pm