Monthly Archives: May 2009

Allison Schulnik in Angeleno Magazine

Allison Schulnik’s work is currently featured in the article “Mini Spree” in the Spring 2009 issue of Angeleno Interiors Magazine. Her work is shown beautifully in the home of a collector.

Take a look at the article here

Kim Rugg installation images

Check out these installation shots from the group exhibition “Pictures of Words”, which features Kim Rugg. The show is at Galerie Schmidt Maczollek in Cologne, Germany and runsĀ until the 13th of June.

Saturday night opening!

If you were here on Saturday night you will know our opening for Julie Heffernan and Gavin Nolan was one of our most successful yet. Thanks to everyone who attended and made it the hip and happening party it was. A sample of photos from the night are below, have a look and see if you were snapped, or see what you missed.

Thanks to Will Tee Yang for his excellent camera skills, head over to his site to see all the great photos he took.

Julie Heffernan on Sour Harvest

Sour Harvest gave a great shout out to Julie and her upcoming show. Thanks for the support! You can see the post here.

Julie Heffernan @ Center for Contemporary Art

Julie Heffernan’s work is currently included in the group show, “The Conundrum of Abundance”, at the Center for Contemporary Art in Sacramento. The exhibition runs until the 14th of June but if you can make it tonight, Catherine Clark, from the Catherine Clark Gallery, will be giving a lecture. It starts at 7pm and costs $5 (free for CCA,S members).

For more information visit the CCA,S website.

Kim Dorland @ Freight + Volume

Kim Dorland’s solo exhibition, “Super! Natural!”, opens tomorrow night at Freight + Volume Gallery in New York. The works included in the show are fantastic and well worth seeing. If you can’t make it to the opening event, the exhibition is on view until June 25th.

For more information please visit Freight + Volume’s website.

Allison Schulnik in Rome

Allison Schulnik’s solo exhibition at Unosunove Gallery in Rome ends this Saturday the 23rd, so if you are able, stop by and show your support.

If you aren’t lucky enough to be in Rome this week, you can read a review of the show (in English!) here.