Monthly Archives: August 2009

Beautiful/Decay Previews Ultrasonic IV

Associate Editor Sasha Lee of Beautiful/Decay wrote an incredible feature article previewing Ultrasonic IV, now live on the magazine’s website here!

Everything you needed to know about the show and featured artists – right at your fingertips!

Beautiful/Decay

It’s Coming…Ultrasonic IV!

Mark Moore Gallery will be interviewing each of the 5 featured artists for Ultrasonic IV: Fresh Perspectives leading up to the exhibition opening on September 12. Check back on our “Interviews” page over the next two weeks to read about their alter egos, otherworldly influences and iPod Top 5s. First up: Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz. Get reading…

Ultrasonic IV

Skew Gallery Presents: Kim Dorland

In conjunction with its 5th anniversary, Skew Gallery (Calgary, Alberta) will mount its third solo exhibition for Kim Dorland. Showcasing new works and a narrative sensibility, the exhibition is surely not to be missed, and is on view September 10 – October 10, 2009.

For more information on Kim’s show and the opening reception, head over to Skew Gallery’s website.

Kim Dorland

Fecal Face Interview with Allison Schulnik

Ryan Christian of Fecal Face sat down with Allison Schulnik to discuss confident fools and pathetic misfits, her upcoming solo show at MMG (January, 2010) and her preference for Indian headwear. Check out the full length interview on the FF website, here!

Fecal Face

Some Early Ultrasonic Musings!

With Ultrasonic IV: Fresh Perspectives just around the corner, Mark Moore Gallery is thrilled to be getting some early buzz about the annual group exhibition. Check out Flavorpill’s soundbite on the show in issue 339 of their LA newsletter, fully viewable here!

Ultrasonic IV opens on September 12, 2009 – with the artists’ reception from 5-7pm. Pen (don’t pencil) it in…

Flavorpill

My Brilliant Career: Tim Bavington

Pick up the September issue of Art + Auction, and you will find Tim Bavington within its glossy pages. The publication wrote a career-encompassing feature on our stripe-savvy friend in anticipation of his upcoming solo show at Jack Shainman Gallery (New York, NY). Brilliant!

My Brilliant Career

Kenichi Yokono’s Return to the McColl

The McColl Center for Visual Art (Charlotte, NC) is mounting an exhibition featuring notable artists from its past. Astutely titled, “Decade: 10 Artists from the Center’s First 10 Years” will feature MMG’s Kenichi Yokono, alongside Shaun Cassidy, Rob Carter, Nick Cave, Rae Goodwin, Susan Harbage Page, Hongsock Lee, Willie Little, Gabi Nkosi and Renee Stout.

The exhibition opens September 4, 2009, and will remain open through January 9, 2010. For more information, please visit the McColl Center’s website here.

Decade