Monthly Archives: June 2009

Allison Schulnik in Israel

If you’re going to be in Israel July 18th – be sure to check out Allison’s work featured in “Wild Exaggeration” at the Haifa Museum of Art. Curated by Tami Katz-Freiman.

Schulnik in Israel

Interview with Todd Hebert

Todd Hebert elucidates on his craft in Mark Moore Gallery’s most recent artist interview.

Check out Todd’s thoughts on kitsch, his new body of work and the infamous snowmen on our Interviews page.

Julie Heffernan on The Daily Beast

Paul Laster posted a great article, “Julie Heffernan’s Earthly Delights”, reviewing her current show, on The Daily Beast.

You can read the article here.

Julie Heffernan Catalogue Available NOW!

The catalogue produced in conjunction with Julie Heffernan’s current exhibition, “What Holds Up” is now available online! Thank you all for waiting so patiently, we are sure it’s worth the wait.

Please click here to preview and purchase the catalogue.

Julie Heffernan

Cindy Wright @ Ixelles Museum of Fine Arts

Cindy Wright’s work will be included in the group exhibition “Fading”, at the Ixelles Museum of Fine Arts (Musée d’Ixelles). The show opens this Thursday the 25th and runs until September 13, 2009.

If you happen to be in Belgium during this time, please stop by and see this fantastic museum show. For more information, visit the museum website here.

Blog updates

Gavin Nolan’s current exhibition, Hexen Reflex, was listed on DAILYSERVING this weekend, with only two weeks of the show left, make sure you stop by and see his fabulous paintings.

Another version of the Aaron Rosen article appears on CAS, Canadian Art Scene, entitled “Bruised Beauty, paintings by Kim Dorland”. To read this updated account of Dorland’s current show at Freight + Volume, click here.

Kim Dorland Reviews

Kim Dorland’s fantastic solo show “Super ! Natural!” at Freight + Volume was reviewed in today’s New York Times, you can read the article here. (You have to scroll down a little.) We will have a scan of the review up on the website shortly.

The exhibition was also reviewed by Aaron Rosen yesterday in artnet’s online magazine. You can read the article on our website.